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Linux News for Mar 27, 2002

  • Debian Weekly News - March 27th, 2002 (2002-03-27 23:30:19)
    This week: daemon outages during upgrade; packages still in Potato; project leader elections; more.

  • LinuxDevices: MS Office Arrives on the Linux Desktop (2002-03-27 22:00:13)
    "CodeWeavers' new CrossOver Office product delivers on the long-standing goal of the Wine project : making it easy for anyone to successfully install and run Windows software on Linux systems, using a simple point-and-click process. It works so well, and the Windows programs that it currently supports run so smoothly, that it makes me feel slightly guilty -- as though I'm somehow cheating..."

  • Mandrake Linux 8.2 for PPC Beta 2 Available (2002-03-27 20:30:03)
    "In a long awaited move, a beta version of the 8.2/PPC has joined the i586 version of the upcoming Mandrake Linux 8.2 distribution. This beta has a bit different schedule from the i586 version, but it should be roughly equivalent to beta2, with a few bug-fixes, and some PPC-specific features..."

  • KernelNewbies.org: Kernel 2.5 Status--March 27th, 2002 (2002-03-27 19:00:03)
    Status report summary, link to full notes within.

  • NewsFactor: Does Open Source Software Really Work? (2002-03-27 17:30:09)
    "In the ongoing debate between open source advocates and proprietary software makers and users, it turns out that -- to at least some extent -- both sides are right: Open source does work, but only in some cases..."

  • Enterprise Linux Today: CodeWeavers Releases CrossOver Office (2002-03-27 16:00:00)
    CodeWeavers, Inc. today announced the release of CrossOver Office, a software solution that allows enterprise-level Linux users to install and operate Microsoft Office and Lotus Notes on their PCs without the Windows operating system.

  • Enterprise Linux Today: IBM and SuSE Offers New Enterprise-Ready Linux Services (2002-03-27 14:30:33)
    "In the agreement, IBM Global Services and SuSE will collaborate on support and professional services. IBM will package and support turnkey implementations of SuSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES), backed by SuSE's expert development, maintenance, and support teams..."

  • ZDNet: Raymond: Mac OS X Too Restrictive (2002-03-27 13:00:45)
    "Apple may be courting open-source developers with its Unix-based Mac OS X, but it doesn't have all open-source gurus convinced. Eric Raymond, the co-founder of the Open Source Initiative, told ZDNet UK that he, for one, finds Apple's "public source" licence too restrictive..."

  • LinuxProgramming: Python-URL! - Weekly Python news and links (Mar 26) (2002-03-27 11:00:44)
    All that's news this week in Python.

  • Bram Moolenaar: Vim 6.1 Released (2002-03-27 09:30:59)
    "This is a bugfix release of Vim. Since Vim 6.0 many reported problems have been fixed..."

  • Linux Documentation Project Weekly News, March 26, 2002 (2002-03-27 08:00:05)
    "This week we've created a new document category at the LDP, beginning with five documents from Jenn Vesperman of LinuxChix. Jenn's documents are introductions to basic computing subjects, and unlike most LDP documents they are not unique to Linux..."

  • AbiWord Weekly News #84, (weeks 11-12, 2002) by Jesper Skov (2002-03-27 05:00:23)
    "Last week, AbiWord 0.99.3 was released. Again an incredible amount of Bugs were killed, and even a few features were completed/added..."

  • NewsForge: DemoLinux: A Painless Way to Try Linux (2002-03-27 03:00:01)
    "Enter DemoLinux. First offered at Linux Expo Paris in February 2000, DemoLinux allows people to test drive Linux without needing to install the operating system. Just boot it from the CD. No hard drive partitioning. No lengthy installation process. No up-front work at all..."

  • Alan Cox: Linux 2.4.19-pre4-ac2 (2002-03-27 01:40:52)
    Changelogs, mirror link within.

  • developerWorks: Graphics Programming with libtiff (2002-03-27 01:00:00)
    "TIFF is an extremely common but quite complex raster image format. Libtiff, a standard ANSI C implementation of the TIFF specification, is free and works on many operating systems. This article discusses some of the pitfalls of TIFF and guides you through use of the libtiff library. The article also shows examples of how to use libtiff for your black-and-white imaging needs..."