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Locking up your rights with the DMCA

Author: JT Smith MSNBC has a Newsweek article questioning the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. The article asks: "Can it be illegal to give people the tools to break into their own property? The U.S. government thinks so."
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Would you pay $5 to rescue Mandrake?

Author: JT Smith The Register distills Mandrake's request for more subscribers. "Claiming a short-term cash crunch, Linux distributor Mandrake is asking individual users to join a 'club' for $5 per month and up, and business users to join one for $2,500 per year and up."
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Tonight live on the Linux Show: Sputnik launches, and we're mad as hell about other issues

Author: JT Smith Jeff Gerhardt writes: Tuesday, March 12th, 2002 from the home of Wayne's World, Aurora IL Tonight LIVE onwww.thelinuxshow.com, at 6pm pt, 7pm mt, 8pm ct, and 9pm et, Kevin Hill, Jeff Gerhardt, PJ Hyett, Doc Searls (Linux Journal), Arne Flones and Russ Pavlicek have another great...
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Linux data hiding and recovery

Author: JT Smith From LinuxSecurity Contributors: "Just when you thought your data was removed forever, Anton Chuvakin shows us how to recover data and even how data can surruptitiously be hidden within space on the filesystem."http://www.linuxsecurity.com/feature_stories/data-...
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Benchmark of 58-node Linux Cluster

Author: JT Smith Frank writes, "This white paper from IBM (PDF) presents the results of the test conducted on a 58-node Cluster 1300 system, simultaneously running eight instances of e-Business Trade 2 benchmark tests on Redhat Linux. This all-IBM solution mounted in only three racks supported 800,...
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Alan Cox: Linux 2.2.21-rc1

Author: JT Smith The recent changelog is below. 2.2.21rc1 o Add farsync driver (Bob Dunlop) o Fix x86 cpu type reporting in some cases (Barry Nathan) o Fix module_license tag compatibility macro (Keith Owens) o Update...
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BRU-Pro 2.0 backup and recovery solution for Linux backs itself up

Author: JT Smith The TOLIS Group, Inc., a Talented Organization Leveraging Intelligent Solutions, today announces BRU-Pro[tm] 2.0 will begin shipping to customers on March 19, 2002. The advanced features of BRU-Pro 2.0 running on a cost effective, reliable Linux box provides ultra-reliable backup...
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Survey: Cost the key factor in pushing business to Open Source

Author: JT Smith - By John Lettice of The Register - Major businesses could well be poised to embrace Open Source software, with cost, control over development and "an alternative to the status quo" being prime considerations, according to survey data released today by OpenForum Europe. OpenForum...
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Embedded Linux market enters era of standardization

Author: JT Smith Anonymous Reader writes, "The Embedded Linux Consortium (ELC) will hold an open technical meeting tonight in San Francisco, during which the two-year-old organization will move beyond its initial role of primarily evangelizing the adoption of Embedded Linux, to one of creating a...
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Lineo announces next PDA to run Lineo Embedix Plus

Author: JT Smith From PRNewswire: Lineo(R), Inc., a leading innovator of embedded operating systems and host development environments for vertical-specific markets, and Infomart today announced the continued development and expected Q2 release of the Kaii personal digital assistant (PDA) utilizing...
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