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IT Management Linux News for Sep 03, 2003

  • NewsForge: First Look at HP's First US All-Linux PC (2003-09-03 19:00:16)
    "Alas, from my hands-on testing I learned that HP is not preloading Linux on the d220, nor on any other desktops sold in the U.S. Instead, if ordered with the Linux option, the d220 is shipped with an empty hard drive and two CDs containing Mandrake 9.1 Light..."

  • SD Times: Novell Bulks Up on Linux Tools, Projects (2003-09-03 18:00:15)
    "'We concluded that we weren't going to rule the world with NetWare,' said Novell spokesman Bruce Lowry, referring to the company's decision four years ago to pursue a Linux strategy..."

  • CNETAsia: HP, Red Flag Team on Corporate Linux (2003-09-03 16:00:35)
    Hewlett-Packard (HP) and a China-based firm have teamed to develop and market Linux software to companies in China, and later, globally..."

  • internetnews.com: IBM, Linux to Power Library of Congress Archive (2003-09-03 15:00:19)
    "With Linux finding its way into larger slices of mainstream America, it makes sense that the open source operating system has also found favor among a swath of scholarly pursuits..."

  • E-Commerce Times: As Good as It Gets for Linux? (2003-09-03 01:00:28)
    "Given Novell's conservative reputation, the software maker's recent decision to buy Ximian, a desktop Linux developer, serves as proof that businesses have only begun to scratch the surface of Linux' potential, Yankee Group senior analyst Dana Gardner said..."

  • MIS: Stop the Bloodshed (2003-09-03 00:00:57)
    "When software licensing costs began to wither the flanks of a rural supplier, the 41-year-old trading society shed its Microsoft and SCO Unix operating system in favour of open source Linux..."