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Infrastructure Linux News for Jan 23, 2008

  • Novell's WordPerfect Lawsuit Against Microsoft to Go Forward (Jan 23, 2008, 16:30)
    eWeek: "Friends in development, enemies in the courtroom, Novell is continuing with its billion dollar-plus suit against Microsoft..."

  • Open Enterprise Interview: Fabrizio Capobianco (Jan 23, 2008, 11:30)
    Computerworld UK: "Open source startups are not something you associate with Italy. Great art, music and architecture; fine food and wines; stylish design: maybe, but companies constructing masterpieces of code, no..."

  • Design Your Own Desktop with KDE 4 (Jan 23, 2008, 10:00)
    lifehacker: "One of the best things about KDE 4, the newest release of the mainstream Linux desktop manager, is something it doesn't do--force you to adapt to its way of running a computer desktop..."

  • CLI Magic: Use ANSI Escape Sequences to Display a Clock in Your Terminal (Jan 23, 2008, 07:00) "When I'm in a Linux terminal, I often find myself typing date just to see the time. To make life a bit easier, I wrote a script to always display a clock in the top right corner of the screen..."

  • Zenwalk 5.0: Slackware Made Somewhat Easier (Jan 23, 2008, 04:00)
    The DistRogue: "I tried Zenwalk back at v3.0 and liked it. It was a fast, sleek, minimalist OS based on Slackware, but supposedly only aimed at more technically advanced users..."

  • Yanking the Window Shade (Jan 23, 2008, 02:30)
    Blog of Helios: "I walked into a Best Buy the other day. We are seeking some price discounts on thumb drives... our K4K kids will need them soon and we need to purchase them in bulk..."

  • Top 3 Brands That Refuse to Support Linux (Jan 23, 2008, 01:00)
    Mad Penguin: "Why is it that we can manage to sway countless hardware manufactures into looking our way yet those who work in other business circles continue to ignore Linux to the point of almost being laughable...?"

  • Free Range, Not Free Beer (Jan 23, 2008, 00:15)
    Linux Journal: "I was eating breakfast in my favorite restaurant today and I noticed a sign up on the wall that said: 'Free Range Eggs, $4.00 per dozen...'"