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IT Management Linux News for Jul 11, 2002

  • NewsForge: Linux and the Market's Big Geographic Change (Jul 11, 2002, 22:00)
    "Now, METI thinks local markets are important. It thinks software is critically important. And, it has begun to promote Open Source as a way to increase the efficiency of the country's manufacturing base and to advance Japan's high technology industries..."

  • Electronic Design: Embedded Linux: Is It Dead Yet? (Jul 11, 2002, 20:30)
    "In general, for Linux and open source, the basic question is how to earn money from it. The answer is to make people pay for something they want. The trick is to identify what you're going to sell and how it fits into an open-source context..."

  • Can We Trust Microsoft's Palladium? (Jul 11, 2002, 19:00)
    Bruce Perens chimes in on what he thinks Palladium will be: an Open Source killer.

  • LinuxPlanet: UnitedLinux: Turbolinux Sees Lots Of Advantages (Jul 11, 2002, 17:30)
    Of the four current members of the UnitedLinux consortium, we've heard from all but one: Turbolinux. Jacqueline Emigh reports on what Turbolinux hopes to gain from this union, how they feel about the Linux Standards Base, and how this member of the group makes no secret of who UnitedLinux is going after.