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Trustix security advisory – apache-ssl

Author: JT Smith

Linux Today announces a security advisory due to a typo in the rpm spec file for apache-ssl.

Category:

  • Linux

A new, improved Red Hat

Author: JT Smith

LinuxPlanet reviews Red Hat Linux 7.0.

Category:

  • Linux

Sanchez ports PROFILE to Linux

Author: JT Smith

NewsAlert reports, that Sanchez Computer Associates Inc. today announced the company has completed a port of its PROFILE/Anyware enterprise banking system to Linux, the open source operating system.

Hello GNOME, adios KDE

Author: JT Smith

This ZDNet article predicts after the GNOME desktop user interface won support from 13 companies and industry organizations on Tuesday.

Category:

  • Open Source

Dell knocks Microsoft and Sun, touts Linux

Author: JT Smith

Dell Computer CEO Michael Dell delivered a keynote address at LinuxWorld in San Jose this week, extolling the virtues of open source phenomenon Linux while taking calculated swipes at Sun Microsystems and Microsoft Corporation, reports WinInfo.

Category:

  • Linux

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

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.

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

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.

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.