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IT Management Linux News for Oct 02, 2000

  • Transmeta files details of IPO (2000-10-02 22:14:01)
    "Transmeta must win the support of notebook PC vendors to survive as a Nasdaq listed company, the US chip startup has warned in a detailed filing ahead of its flotation."

  • ZDNet UK/Reuters: Transmeta to offer 13 million shares in IPO (2000-10-02 17:33:24)
    "...potentially netting the microprocessor company about $144m (£97.35m) in proceeds. ...will have more than 126 million common shares outstanding when the IPO is completed."

  • LinuxPR: Jungo Joins The VA Linux Solution Partner Program (2000-10-02 17:09:30)
    "Kirk Shorte, VA Linux System's Director of Market Development, commented, "Jungo's expertise in driver development and its participation in our solutions partner program should facilitate the development of drivers needed to bring more applications to Linux."

  • LA Times: Linux Firms Still Searching for Success (2000-10-02 14:20:48)
    "For Linux to move into the mainstream of corporate America, it needs the support of the large organizations such as IBM and Compaq. But if a customer can buy the same hardware or services from an established computer maker, why take a risk on a Linux company in its infancy?"

  • eWeek: Novell pumps up directory (2000-10-02 13:19:46)
    "Ironically, it was the Red Hat partnership news that sparked the most speculation about Novell's future. During a press conference following his keynote speech at N+I, Novell CEO Eric Schmidt responded in vague terms to questions about a possible takeover by Red Hat."