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IT Management Linux News for Sep 18, 2003

  • ENT News: Dell Still Noncommittal on 64-bit, Has Mixed Results on Linux (2003-09-18 23:30:07)
    "While Dell ships Red Hat Linux-based servers as well as Windows, Rollins said he still has not seen an appreciable demand for Linux on the desktop side. 'We offered Linux as a standard feature in a desktop, but nobody was buying it,' he said..."

  • Novell Delays Linux Services for NetWare, Plans Products Using Ximian Code (2003-09-18 20:00:44)
    "Novell is delaying shipment of its much anticipated Linux services for NetWare product until the end of this year, due to a decision to integrate software code from Ximian..."

  • LinuxPlanet: maddog: Forum Will Answer Enterprise Questions (2003-09-18 19:00:55)
    "Next month's Enterprise Linux Forum has a lot going for it, including the conference chairman, Jon 'maddog' Hall. Managing Editor Brian Proffitt interviews maddog to learn his thoughts on the Forum, Linux in the enterprise, and how corporations and the open source community can better work together..."

  • TechRepublic: The Real Future of Linux (2003-09-18 11:00:42)
    "But for Linux to continue its encroachment on the corporate data center, the new Linux stewards will have to deal with the issues that have surfaced as they try to create a lucrative commercial environment around it..."

  • CRN: IBM Bets On Blade-Mainframe Combo (2003-09-18 09:00:55)
    "'As I talk to business partners, I stress the importance of understanding Scale Out and Scale Up and how blades and mainframes can be used together, especially with Linux,' he said..."

  • News.com.au: Democrats Move Open Source Bill (2003-09-18 04:00:33)
    "The Democrats are expected to make their next move on open source today, giving notice of their intention to introduce a private members' Bill into federal Parliament..."

  • LinuxWorld Australia: Linux Desktops No 'Silver Bullet': Telstra (2003-09-18 02:30:51)
    "It takes 'guts and clear thinking' to deploy Linux on the desktop in a bid to reduce operating costs, Telstra's IT delivery solutions architect Fulvio Inserra told delegates at an open source conference in Sydney last week..."