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Linux Weekly News for August 30, 2001

Aug 30, 2001, 12:49 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Elizabeth O. Coolbaugh, Michael J. Hammel, Jonathan Corbet)

The LWN.net Weekly Edition for August 23, 2001 has been published.

Inside this LWN.net Weekly Edition:

  • Front Page: Dmitry is indicted; VA going proprietary?; Linux as a sound business choice.
  • Security: A new SELinux release.
  • Kernel: Whither 2.5?; min() and max() again; smarter readahead.
  • Distributions: LNX-BBC reviewed; Linux DA for the Palm; Omoikane GNU/Linux.
  • On the Desktop: KOffice 1.1 released, Webmin on Debian, Progress from Sun's Desktop Division.
  • Development: The GPLFarm, MontaVista Library Optimizer, Jabber News, new FLTK, GNOME Accessibility, profiling multi-threaded Python, Automake 1.5.
  • Commerce: Cluster solutions; lots of LinuxWorld announcements.
  • History: Corel's Linux plans through the years; Red Hat and LASER5 part ways; OSDL's first year.
  • Letters: Richard Stallman and freedom; entropy; VA Linux.
...plus the usual array of reports, updates, and announcements.

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