News loads more trucks with Baymountain's help

Author: JT Smith The trucking site benefits from Baymountain's full-service managed hosted solution, reports Linux PR.
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AOL's Linux software published on Web site

Author: JT Smith A technology site,, made America Online's Linux software available Sunday, reports CNET's AOL's been working its Linux software, code-named Gamera, since May 1999.
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Red Herring: 'Linux stocks land in the poorhouse'

Author: JT Smith From a story: "Linux companies are having a hard time figuring out how to make money from something that's free. Quelle surprise. Last year the entire sector generated a measly $67 million in revenue, which pales in comparison to operating system revenue from...
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Opinion: What do Linux, classical music have in common?

Author: JT Smith Linux adminstrator Russell Miller compares Linux zealots to fans of classical music, in
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Author: JT Smith From LinuxPR: Linux League Commissioner and weekly contributor, Francis Gaskins, hosts a panel of guests Monday to review Linux trends, with comment on IBM, Sun Microsystems, Cisco Systems, Microsoft, and Red Hat. Check out the broadcast.
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Linux-related stocks rally Monday

Author: JT Smith On news that IBM, Sun Microsystems, Hewlett-Packard, and Compaq Computer saying they'll support the Gnome Foundation, several Linux-related stocks rose in trading Monday, reports Bloomberg.
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TuxBox game tutorial released

Author: JT Smith vmlinuz writes, "After counless hours of work, here is the TuxBox Game Tutorial. Very early version of course, but it should teach you how bad of a writer I am if nothing else. Also, released are new versions of both Smoke and DGI as well. These are both (again) much better. For...
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Let Windows die

Author: JT Smith NewsFactor Network writes, "So, what would happen if Microsoft pulled Windows? The server world would continue, and the desktop world could see the return of good old capitalist competition. We could dust off OS/2 and BeOS and get back to competing to create really great operating...
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Mandrake 8.2 Release Candidate 1 out

Author: JT Smith SimDan writes, "After four beta relases RC1 has been released. From the web site: 'Soon the final version will be here. The first Release Candidate is available for download at the usual places. Up to now all betatesters have done a remarkable job to make the upcoming release a...
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LynxOS 4.0 attains "holy grail" of Linux ABI compatibility

Author: JT Smith Anonymous Reader writes "Delivering on a promise made in November 1999, LynuxWorks today unveiled a major upgrade to its LynxOS real-time operating system (RTOS), which the company claims is now the first hard real-time operating system to provide binary compatibility with Linux...
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