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IT Management Linux News for Oct 09, 2000

  • CNET.com: Kondara MNU/Linux 2000 Reviewed (2000-10-09 22:02:19)
    "Kondara's impressive multilingual model has great potential. If Digital Factory can deliver on its promise of dozens of languages available in one package, Kondara MNU/Linux 2000 will likely become the distribution of choice for any global corporation using Linux servers, desktop clients, or both. Whether Kondara will gain popularity with home users is questionable; there are other distributions that are easier to install and configure, and frankly, why a home user would need 40 languages in one distribution is beyond us. But in the international business sector, you'd be hard-pressed to find Kondara's equal on any platform."

  • LinuxPR: RedWire Ltd and LinuxSolve Inc. sign Partnership Agreement for European Distribution (2000-10-09 16:09:31)
    "RedWire has been appointed by LinuxSolve to be its official Distributor of its products for Germany, United Kingdom, Switzerland and Holland."

  • ZDNet UK: Compaq issues a 'Geek' warning over Linux (2000-10-09 14:03:05)
    "Compaq last week admitted that Linux needs to establish more enterprise deployments and must gain additional software vendor support if it is to become more than a niche operating system. The firm is a major backer of Linux across Intel and Alpha-based systems."