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Infrastructure Linux News for May 29, 2007

  • A Challenge to All Linux Users in the World (May 29, 2007, 22:30)
    ZDNet UK: "There are a lot of Linux experts on this site. I challenge them to come up with a list of applications that work the best for each of the given functions found in Windows Home Server..."

  • Why SCO Does Not Own the Unix Copyrights (May 29, 2007, 21:45)
    IP-Wars: "For many years the IT industry presumed that Santa Cruz Operation was the sole and rightful owner of the original Unix..."

  • GPUs & Beryl: What is Needed? (May 29, 2007, 21:00)
    Phoronix: "We thought it was already clear what graphics processors and drivers work and don't work with Linux desktop eye candy such as Beryl and Compiz, but it seems based upon the number of e-mails we have been receiving along with messages in community bulletin boards that the line isn't so clear after all..."

  • Dell Linux PCs to skip Australia? (May 29, 2007, 18:45)
    ZDNet Australia: "Asia-Pacific customers wanting to get their hands on Dell PCs, pre-loaded with Ubuntu Linux, will have to wait..."

  • Firefox Takes 25% of Browser Market (May 29, 2007, 15:00)
    Image and Data Manager: "According to the latest statistics from, Firefox's market share is going gangbusters with the open source browser capturing over 25 percent of the browser market..."

  • Running ISPConfig On Port 80 Using Apache's Reverse Proxy Feature (Debian Etch) (May 29, 2007, 10:30)
    HowtoForge: "This article shows how you can configure a Debian Etch system that has the webhosting control panel ISPConfig installed so that ISPConfig can be accessed on port 80..."

  • Phoronix: ASUS P5N-E SLI [Review] (May 29, 2007, 09:00)
    "The ASUS P5N-E SLI motherboard rings in at about $130 USD, which makes it substantially cheaper than many of the NVIDIA nForce 680i SLI motherboards on the market..."

  • Five Days with the Classmate PC and Mandriva (May 29, 2007, 00:00) "Intel says it is a 'rugged learning device.' With that in mind, I turned the Classmate over to my built-in target market, my eight-year-old daughter..."