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InfoWorld: QuickTime Streaming Server adds languages, Linux support

“Just a few months after the launch of the first version, Apple
Computer on Wednesday announced the availability of an update to
its QuickTime Streaming Server that improves performance, adds
support for Linux, and offers localized versions in French, German,
and Japanese.”

“The open-source version of the QuickTime server, like other
components of the Mac OS X that are available under Apple’s
open-source program, can be downloaded for free from
www.publicsource.apple.com/project/streaming. Developers can make
modifications and sell commercial applications based on the Apple
code, as long as they post the changes they make back to Apple.
Apple then has the right to incorporate the changes in the base
code.” “Over 14,000 copies of the open-source version of the
streaming server, officially dubbed Apple Open Source Streaming
Server, have been downloaded since it was released two and one-half
months ago, according to Apple.”


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