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Linux News for Dec 25, 2003

  • 2003: Back From the Brink (Dec 25, 2003, 13:00)
    "Before we flip the calendar, offers a look at its picks for the top 10 stories and trends of the year..."

  • Help Net Security: Reflecting on Linux Security in 2003 (Dec 25, 2003, 11:30)
    "This has been indeed an interesting year for Linux security. The point of this article is to offer a view on what I believe to be some of the most interesting happenings in 2003..."

  • ONLamp: The Best of ONLamp 2003 (Dec 25, 2003, 10:00)
    "Before you receive your official journalist card, you have to promise to write at least one retrospective article and one predictive article every December..."

  • Orange Crate: A Surgical Analysis of the SCO Group Imbroglio (Dec 25, 2003, 08:30)
    "I intend to perform a biopsy by taking a sample of the cancerous argument and analyzing its origins so that it may be successfully diagnosed and a treatment plan prescribed, so that the arguments are proscribed..."

  • NewsForge: Who is Telling the Truth, McBride or Torvalds? (Dec 25, 2003, 07:00)
    "Who is telling the truth here? Logic tells us that both of them aren't..."

  • eWeek: The Little SCO That Cried Wolf (Dec 25, 2003, 05:30)
    "Steven Vaughan-Nichols tells a folk tale of SCO and the fate of little companies that cry wolf..."

  • OSNews: Introducing Lorma Linux 4.0 (Dec 25, 2003, 04:00)
    "Lorma Linux 4.0 is the first distribution to be based on Fedora Core, outside of Redhat, that is. It is one of those new breed of single-CD distros that try to include only the best-of-breed applications..."

  • KernelTrap: Debating devfs and udev (Dec 25, 2003, 02:30)
    "A recent posting to the lkml suggested that the udev project has unfairly hijacked the devfs project, leading into yet another lengthy discussion comparing udev to devfs..."

  • Dominions II, The Ascension Wars (Dec 25, 2003, 01:00)
    "While this may sound a bit simplistic, Dominions II adds in a complex magic system, massive amounts of troop types specific to each race, and fairly easy to use customization of player deity and starting location..."