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IT Management Linux News for Dec 16, 2000

  • CIOL.com/Reuters: Red Hat: Making money from Linux (2000-12-16 16:36:21)
    "Against a backdrop of negative news in the tech sector over the past 60 days, I'm pleased to report to all of you today that demand for Red Hat solutions .... continues to increase," Matthew Szulik, Red Hat president and chief executive, told analysts..."

  • LinuxGram: Linus Savages Red Hat 7.0 (2000-12-16 14:37:49)
    "Red Hat CEO Matthew Szulik, who said he wasn't really the right person to respond to Linus' charges, also said that Red Hat has been expecting a denunciation like this. The rumbling has been going on for months and in many corners."

  • Financial Post: Corel to sell Linux line for US$5M (2000-12-16 14:05:02)
    "Global Linux Partners, a company that funds startups utilizing the free, Internet-based operating system, has signed a letter of intent to pay US$5-million for Corel's Linux line of products, according to sources close to the negotiations. In exchange, Corel will take a 20% stake in the newly formed company."

  • NewsForge: Making money in Open Source: The answer is ... telecom (2000-12-16 03:41:08)
    "The reason that any of this matters to the Open Source and Linux communities is that this future network almost has to be both open, and Unix-, if not Linux-based."