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Linux News for Nov 25, 2004

  • LinuxPlanet: VA Linux Stays Focused on Former Parent's Mission (Nov 25, 2004, 23:00)
    "VA Linux--that's right, we said VA Linux--has introduced a new LDAP Directory application early Wednesday to complement its new line of high-available software products. Confused? Not to worry, all will be answered..."

  • Sydney Morning Herald: FBI Serves Subpoenas on Nmap Creator (Nov 25, 2004, 21:00)
    "The FBI has been seeking information from the creator of the network security scanner, Nmap, about a particular attacker who they think may have visited the nmap site at a given time..." [Free registration may be required. -ed.]

  • TMCNet: LinuxWorld Conference & Expo Launches in Russia (Nov 25, 2004, 17:00)
    "LinuxWorld Conference & Expo Russia is the latest addition to the highly successful LinuxWorld series..."

  • Computer Business Review: Linux Meets Ballmer's Call for $100 PC (Nov 25, 2004, 13:00)
    "Microsoft Corp CEO Steve Ballmer's recent call for the creation of a $100 PC to help emerging markets has been met with a response by a company called SolarPC with a new Linux-based personal computer..."

  • Shrinking Solaris (Nov 25, 2004, 09:00)
    "Sun Microsystems' Solaris 10 may be powerful enough to power a data grid, but for real market growth Sun is looking inward to the embedded space..."

  • Perspectives on KDE Multimedia (Nov 25, 2004, 05:00)
    "While aRts was, for along time, hailed as the answer for multimedia within KDE, it fell out of favor as it became obvious that it was hopelessly inefficient..."

  • Fast Company: Only the Pronoid Survive (Nov 25, 2004, 03:00)
    "Forget Andy Grove's famous saying about the power of paranoia. Neo-Darwinist Helena Cronin says that competition today favors the generous..."

  • IT Observer: Open Source Scope (Nov 25, 2004, 01:00)
    "But is open source aimed too much at computer-savvy users? It seems as if they've failed to accommodate for people who don't know the ins and outs of their computers..."