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IT Management Linux News for Jan 18, 2001

  • CNET Linuxcare follows Red Hat with online support service (Jan 18, 2001, 22:54)
    "Linuxcare itself won't sell the services to prospective customers but instead will rely on the sales forces of business partners Digital Island, Consonus and others to come."

  • InfoWorld: Sun makes Internet server appliance splash (Jan 18, 2001, 22:05)
    "Sun's announcements featured a Sun Cobalt server appliance running an AMD processor and the Linux OS, and Netra systems built on Sun's Solaris OS and SPARC CPU technology."

  • Painting Linux blue (Jan 18, 2001, 19:38)
    "Just as they have realized they no longer have to move helter-skelter into e-commerce, Fortune 500 companies are in even less hurry to embrace Linux, whose applicability has yet to be proven. Those that want to dabble in Linux can go to new companies for products and assistance or to giants such as IBM Corp."

  • CNET Sun invests $5 million in Tripwire (Jan 18, 2001, 16:14)
    "Sun Microsystems has put in $5 million of a $24 million investment in Tripwire, a further display of the company's support for the open-source software model."