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Linux News for Mar 29, 2003

  • NewsForge: Red Hat Linux 9 - Why Drop the Dot? (Mar 29, 2003, 07:00)
    The top 10 reasons why Red Hat dropped the dot, from Red Hat's Jeremy Hogan.

  • Linux and Main: Knoppix to the Rescue! (Mar 29, 2003, 05:30)
    "Every once in a while a product stands out not only because it is innovative but because it just makes sense. It fills some space that has not previously been filled. I'm certain that you will agree that Knoppix--a live Linux-On-CD Distribution--is one of those products..."

  • developerWorks: Eric Raymond Goes Back to Basics (Mar 29, 2003, 04:00)
    "Author of The Cathedral and the Bazaar and publisher of the now-famous 'Halloween Documents,' Eric S. Raymond talks about his latest projects and sheds light on why UNIX developers don't like IDEs..."

  • CNET News: Unix's War on Linux (Mar 29, 2003, 02:30)
    "Even though SCO desperately wants to avoid turning this into debate over the merits of opposing models for software development, the lawsuit filed against IBM looks more like a stalking-horse for a deeper struggle between proprietary and open-source software. Here's why..."

  • CIN: Goodbye zOS? Your Next Big Unix Box Might Be a Linux Mainframe (Mar 29, 2003, 01:00)
    "In what one IBM-watcher calls a 'dramatic change' in IBM's thinking, Big Blue is now starting to push mainframes that run Linux--and only Linux..."