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Infrastructure Linux News for Dec 21, 2007

  • So When Does the Final Version of Firefox 3 Arrive? (2007-12-21 22:00:23)
    Wired: "Hopefully, you've downloaded the latest beta of Firefox 3 and you're putting it through its paces..."

  • KDE 4 for Kubuntu 8.04, Without "LTS" (2007-12-21 16:00:17)
    Ubuntu: "The release schedule for KDE 4 is now clear, and it will be released during the development cycle of Kubuntu 8.04..."

  • The Year of the New Mobile Operating System (2007-12-21 13:00:34)
    InfoWorld: "2007 could be called the year of the mobile operating system. Since Microsoft entered the scene around five years ago, the smartphone operating system industry has been fairly stable..."

  • Review: Stratus' Fault-Tolerant, Red Hat-Based Server (2007-12-21 10:00:20)
    Computerworld: "The last time I had a Stratus server in the lab, it was the ftServer W Series 4300, back in January 2006..."

  • Sharing Linux Printers Across Subnets (2007-12-21 08:30:43)
    LinuxPlanet: "Sharing printers across subnets is not something that has been reduced to clicking a couple of checkboxes yet, and a lot of folks don't even know it can be done..."

  • A Taste Of Mandriva (2007-12-21 07:00:11)
    Tech Source From Bohol: "I have tried and tested almost all major Linux distros but not yet Mandriva. Fortunately, I had a not-so-busy weekend so I finally had my hands on Mandriva 2008..."

  • ALT Linux 4.0--An Alternative to Ferora/Mandriva/Suse (2007-12-21 05:30:13)
    PlanetOSS: "ALT linux is one of the many recent distributions which includes proprietary components such as display/modem/LAN card drivers,multimedia codecs and browser plug-ins..."

  • Songbird: An Open Source Music Mashup System (2007-12-21 04:00:17)
    InformationWeek: "'I can't live without my radio,' LL Cool J once declaimed. Me, I can't live without my music library..."

  • Since When is Dell Gutsy Gibbon Not Ubuntu? (2007-12-21 02:30:23)
    The BeerFiles: "The two bundled packages happen to be proprietary software. Is this going to be a problem...?"