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AOL’s Linux software published on Web site

Author: JT Smith

A technology site, Techpages.com, made America Online’s Linux software available Sunday, reports CNET’s News.com. AOL’s been working its Linux software, code-named Gamera, since May 1999.

Getloaded.com 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.

Linux: best kept secret for Virtual Private Networks

Author: JT Smith

OpenReach’s TrueSpan lets companies connect multiple sites to the same LAN, via the Internet , reports Planet IT.

Dot-coms falling from Nasdaq’s grace

Author: JT Smith

The market has begun to boot Internet companies that are falling below its standards, reports The Standard.

Linux group pushes petition about European patent laws

Author: JT Smith

The Register reports that the Eurolinux.org, together with some other non-profit organizations, has produced an online petition for the European Parliament protesting against planned changes in European patent laws.

MandrakeSoft ports Linux-Mandrake to SPARC

Author: JT Smith

NewsAlert reports that MandrakeSoft today announced that its award winning solution, Linux-Mandrake, has been ported to Sun Microsystems’ SPARC(TM) and UltraSPARC(TM) platforms.

Guide to choosing a modem for Linux

Author: JT Smith

SignalGround has put up this guide on how to choose and install a modem for a Linux system, from Weekly News.

Spreadsheets under BSD

Author: JT Smith

“The real test of the BSDs on the corporate desktop is going to be the
spreadsheet” from BSD Today.

TurboLinux delivers first IA64 port of Helix Code GNOME

Author: JT Smith

TurboLinux, Inc., today announced availability of the fifth upgrade of its IA-64 Linux distribution that includes the world’s first IA-64 port of Helixcode’s GNOME desktop and other enhancements to optimize performance on Intel(R) Itanium(TM) processor-based server and workstation systems, reported by NewsAlert.

Ogg Vorbis – The Free Alternative To MP3

Author: JT Smith

Interview with Christopher Montgomery about the process and the product necessary to take on mp3, from Slashdot.