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SuSE and Tech Soft America announce marketing partnership

Author: JT Smith NewsAlert reports, that SuSE Linux AG and Tech Soft America (TSA) have announced an agreement to freely distribute TSA's HOOPS 3D Application Framework with SuSE's Linux Operating System.
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Sun Microsystems announces wider distribution for Java 2 platform

Author: JT Smith Sun Microsystems, Inc. today announced expanded distribution for the Java 2 platform on the Linux operating system through agreements with SuSE and TurboLinux, reported M2 Communications.
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LinuxWorld report: 'Let's not contemplate our navels'

Author: JT Smith RedHerring.com quoting Linus Torvalds in a LinuxWorld roundup: "I used to worry about Linux becoming too commercial, but I don't anymore. It turns out that it's been very important to see the old-fashioned Linux community become...
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Tough competition at the Geek Bowl

Author: JT Smith Wondering what happens at the Geek Bowl? The San Jose Mercury News features the LinuxWorld event. Category: Linux
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Vagrant Records, Napster tour features Limp Bizkit

Author: JT Smith The tour, sponsored by Vagrant Records and Napster, kicks off Aug. 23 in San Diego, according to Business Wire.
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More reports on the Gnome Foundation

Author: JT Smith Several media outlets are covering the support of the Gnome Foundation from several technology companies. From BBC Online: The Gnome Foundation will "put a common, friendlier face on all the varieties of the Linux and Unix operating systems." From InfoWorld: "(Gnome) unifies the...
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SuSE Linux breaks new ground with alliances

Author: JT Smith The appointment of Malcolm Yates as UK Strategic Alliance Manager for SuSE Linux is helping to secure relationships with IBM and other leading hardware and software companies, according to a press release on LinuxPR.
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Linuxcare survives near-death experience

Author: JT Smith ZDNet's Sm@art Partner reports on Linuxcare's near-death experience. Without a CEO, the company has inked several big deals over the summer, including support agreements with Fujitsu Siemans Computers and Compaq. Category: Open Source
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Transvirtual to put Linux on PDAs

Author: JT Smith Transvirtual Technologies will introduce a development platform for Linux on handhelds, according to ZDNet's eWeek. The company will introduce Pocket Linux Developer Kits at LinuxWorld this week. Category: Linux
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Caldera-SCO deal may scuttle Monterey DUPE!!!

Author: JT Smith eWeek columnist John Taschek talks about Caldera's predicament after acquiring SCO, and the impact on the IBM-backed Project Monterey.
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