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SuSE announces 64-bit version of the SuSE Linux Enterprise server 7 for IBM eServer zSeries

Author: JT Smith A press release at Linux PR reports that SuSE Linux inc. has "announced that the latest version of its advanced enterprise operating system, the 64-bit SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 7 for IBM eServer zSeries, will be available by the beginning of May."
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ESR's wife, Cathy, becomes de facto KDE User Advocate

Author: JT Smith Anonymous Reader writes "http://www.linuxandmain.com/news/raymond.html What began as comments made by Linux luminary Eric S. Raymond about KOffice's KPresenter program has blossomed into a lengthy exchange that addresses fundamental issues that participants...
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Wind River releases BSD 4.3, announces future release roadmap

Author: JT Smith BSD Today reports that Wind River has released BSD/OS 4.3 and details Wind River's roadmap for future releases: "Future releases of the operating system will target server appliances, security and traffic management appliances, network attached storage (NAS) devices, and telecom...
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AOL 7.0 tests Netscape browser

Author: JT Smith Anonymous Reader writes, "News.com reports AOL has relesed a beta version of its 7.0 client using Netscape's Gecko." (A story first reported at NewsForge.)
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Linux 2.2.21-rc2 released

Author: JT Smith Alan Cox has announced the release of Linux kernel 2.2.21-rc2. Read more for the changelog.2.2.21rc2 o Fix Xeon crash on boot (Dave Jones) o Update keyspan maintainer (Greg Kroah-Hartmann) o Fix visor oops add palm m125 support...
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Sun should sue over dirty tricks, not innovation

Author: JT Smith Craz(P)enguin writes "It seems that many in the tech world do not see the Sun lawsuit against Microsoft with a good eye. Analysts and journalists in the industry including people from Gartner Group, ZD News and this latest editorial at OSNews, claim that Sun aims unrealistically...
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Open Source household

Author: JT Smith From O'Reilly: "Open source breeds computer literacy. Linux programming and administration, gaming and homework -- kids can do this stuff, no sweat." Category: Open Source
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Review: Belkin Regulator Pro 1400VA NetUPS power supply

Author: JT Smith - By Jeff Field - If you are like me, you have a lot of equipment that needs power, and you need that equipment for work. My power here goes out more often than I'd like, and until now, not even my laptop on a battery with a wireless network was immune to these outages because the...
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Check Point, SSH release VPN wares for handhelds, branch offices

Author: JT Smith From Network World Fusion: "VPN vendors Check Point and SSH this week announced software and hardware for securing network connections from remote users with PDAs to enterprise branch offices." Category: Security
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Linux advisory watch - March 15th 2002

Author: JT Smith From LinuxSecurity.com: "This week, advisories were released for zlib, mod_ssl, xtel, pam_pgsql, cyrus-sasl, netscape, mod_frontpage, openssh, rsync, gzip, NetBSD kernel, php, fileutils, and cvs. The vendors include Conectiva, Debian, EnGarde, FreeBSD, Immunix, Mandrake, NetBSD...
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