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Major security update for Netscape

Author: JT Smith Netscape has a serious vulnerability in linux. Linux Weekly News has a series of links to get the patch in RPM format. Category: Linux
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IBM linking Linux to wireless devices

Author: JT Smith IBM is increasing its embedded Linux support. The story at InfoWorld. Category: Linux
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Corel stock up after Cowpland resignation

Author: JT Smith Corel's share price has gone up with the news of CEO Michael Cowpland's resignation. CBC has the story. Category: Open Source
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Weekends<BR>Weekly News Wrap Up

Author: JT Smith By Grant Gross It's Linux's World, we're all just living in it The first week of NewsForge coincided with LinuxWorld, so much of the news this past week centered on company announcements about new products, new alliances, and new releases. There was a dizzying number of press...
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RIAA looks to stop future "Napsters"

Author: JT Smith The RIAA is reported to be signing online mp3 sites to contract terms which include per-play royalties.
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The week in review: Live at the Linux love fest

Author: JT Smith CNET has posted its weekly wrap up, including information about the Linux x86-64 port, the Gnome foundation effort, and other technology news from the week. Category: Linux
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A summary from LinuxWorld

Author: JT Smith Upside.com has a summary from LinuxWorld, including a information on the business deals that happened, summaries of the announcements, and a paragraph on Gnome becoming the future Solaris® GUI. Category: Linux
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CERT Advisory CA-2000-17

Author: JT Smith CERT has released an advisory covering the recent 'rpc.statd' remote root vulnerability. Category: Linux
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Verizon strike has little effect elsewhere

Author: JT Smith The recent strike by Version staff is reported to have little effect on other labour talks, according to Bloomberg.com, because the unions in the tech industry are not organized the same way as the auto industry. Category: Open Source
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Wireless technology helps old schools

Author: JT Smith Canada.com reports on wireless networking helping old schools which don't have the infrastructure to support a standard ethernet network get online, and give students access to internet resources.
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