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Penguin Computing and OpenSales announce marketing alliance

Author: JT Smith Under the terms of the agreement, OpenSales will promote the Linux-based server and computing systems of Penguin Computing reports NewsAlert.
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BSD waits for its turn

Author: JT Smith Sam Williams of UpsideToday looks at the BSD community and its tendency toward internal division. Category: Open Source
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Indian participant at Linux World Expo

Author: JT Smith Linux PR offers a look at moreLinux.com, the only Indian participant at Linux World Expo. Category: Linux
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Court throws out some new wiretapping rules

Author: JT Smith The telecommunications industry and privacy groups are applauding a court decision throwing out new phone surveillance capabilities required by federal regulators, the ruling could also have implications for the FBI's new "Carnivore" system, which can monitor e-mails reported the...
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Napster preps for next step in copyright suit

Author: JT Smith Reuters reports lawyers for Napster this week put the finishing touches on a brief due Friday, marking the next step in the song-swapping company's landmark court battle over copyright protection in cyberspace.
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Exclusive: Microsoft working to port its applications to Linux

Author: JT Smith Microsoft is working closely with a company called Mainsoft to port its Windows applications to open source operating system Linux and, possibly, other versions of Unix, reports WinInfo.
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eGrail delivers content management to the masses

Author: JT Smith eGrail Inc., an Open Source content management company, has released the kernel of its commercial software product to the Open Source development community.
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The Register dances the Tarantella

Author: JT Smith If there were an architect for the SCO deal with Caldera, it would be Mike Orr, president of Tarantella, The Register has been talking to him. Category: Linux
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Corel teams with Sair Linux for Linux and GNU training

Author: JT Smith Business Wire reports, under the agreement, Sair will provide Corel with their current Level I Linux Certified Administrator (LCA) program, which covers four sections, including: Installation and Configuration; System Administration; Networking; and Security/Privacy/Ethics.
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AOL: 'Linux for the Lame?'

Author: JT Smith Wired News reports, that was Linux developer Cliff Robertson's reaction to America Online's offering for the Linux platform. Category: Linux
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