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IT Management Linux News for Jun 14, 2000

  • IT-Director: Linux - the new OS/2 (2000-06-14 14:48:37)
    "IBM's view is that Linux offers businesses an opportunity to break away from all forms of operating system dependence. The aim is to establish Linux as a standard operating environment so that the focus can shift to applications with no portability issues."

  • Upside: HP's open source balancing act (2000-06-14 11:16:28)
    "While some optimistic observers might see this seismic shifting as evidence of the virtue inherent in the open source model, modern-day von Metternichs see it for what it really is: A complex balance of power game in which silence speaks louder than any corporate announcement."

  • Linux.com: The Jay Daunheimer interview [President of LuteLinux.com] (2000-06-14 11:07:34)
    "Basically, in LuteLinux Lite, which is the only distribution we've provided so far, we wrote our own installer which was based on some of the Slackware work. We repackaged what we thought was the best of Slackware into a "Lite" variety of distribution to get our names out there and give ourselves a start. LuteLinux Lite was developed in a 45-day period, and now we're working on the full LuteLinux distribution, which will be available by this fall."

  • LinuxPR: LinuxTag Business Congress on June 29 at the Stuttgart Exhibition Center (2000-06-14 00:10:29)
    "The LinuxTag Business Congress is specially designed for the IT manager and IT expert. There will be presentations of solutions and experiences using Open-Source-Software."