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IT Management Linux News for Jul 25, 2003

  • CNET News: Web Sites Unfazed by SCO Threats (2003-07-25 22:00:21)
    "One important section of the Linux market, large companies, so far don't seem fazed by SCO Group's warnings that Linux violates its Unix intellectual property, according to a study released Thursday..."

  • CNET News: Linux Group Broadens Membership (2003-07-25 20:30:17)
    "The Open Source Development Lab, a group dedicated to building high-end features into Linux, has taken its first step in a plan to expand its membership beyond the computing industry..."

  • VNUnet: Novell Sets Date for Move Towards Linux (2003-07-25 19:00:43)
    "The firm described the offering as 'a key stepping stone as customers prepare for future NetWare versions when all NetWare features will also run on Linux...'"

  • Reuters: IBM Moves to Reassure Customers on SCO Lawsuit (2003-07-25 14:30:33)
    "IBM, the world's largest computer company, has rejected SCO's claims, saying it has not demonstrated that its intellectual property rights have been violated..."

  • Linux Journal: Large Scale Samba Installations (2003-07-25 11:00:33)
    "How to install and set up various scenarios for Samba and Windows2000/XP Professional..."

  • The Guardian: Time for Rearguard Action (2003-07-25 04:00:26)
    "Just as Linux appears to breaking through to the corporate and commercial sectors, an old ally has sued for $1bn in damages. Glyn Moody wonders how the open source champion will respond..."