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IT Management Linux News for Jun 19, 2003

  • SearchEnterpriseLinux: Analysts Say Transition from Windows to Linux Isn't Easy (Jun 19, 2003, 23:30)
    "Microsoft's new Licensing 6.0 scheme may drive Windows NT shops away from proprietary systems and make them at least consider Linux and open-source software, but several industry analysts... warn that the transition won't be easy..."

  • InternetWeek: Linux Is Not Ready For the Enterprise (Opinion) (Jun 19, 2003, 16:00)
    "Linux and other open source projects require too much customization, and doubts about the legitimacy of open source code could get users tangled up in lawsuits. Besides, many Linux supporters are a bunch of potty-mouthed malcontents..."

  • Sydney Morning Herald: Red Hat Violating GPL, Says Tech Evangelist (Jun 19, 2003, 14:30)
    "Tech evangelist David McNett has written to the Free Software Foundation claiming that certain portions of the end user license agreement (EULA) that accompany the Red Hat Advanced Server version of GNU/Linux 'would appear to be at odds with the also included GNU General Public License...'"

  • iTweb: Open Source Software Gains Ground, says DataPro (Jun 19, 2003, 11:00)
    "While still in its infancy, the concept of open source software is starting to catch on, with a growing number of corporates--including government--starting to formulate definite plans to save on costs by using free software..."

  • Computerworld: Q&A: Sybase CEO Decries SCO 'Garbage,' Oracle's Behavior (Jun 19, 2003, 01:00)
    "Two major customers of mine have already told me that they're going to slow down their rollouts on Linux and wait to see how this develops. So it has put a wrinkle in the equation. Am I concerned about it? No..."