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GNOME Office, how far along are we?

Author: JT Smith

Tony Granata writes: LinuxOrbit.com’s Editor-in-chief John Gowin compares GNOME Office suite of applications against Microsoft Office.

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Usenix Speech: Wedding MacOS and Unix

Author: JT Smith

32bitsonline covers Usenix presentation titled “Challenges in Integrating the Mac OS and BSD Environments” given by Wilfredo Sanchez of Apple’s Core Operating System Group.

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Microsoft Shares Tumble

Author: JT Smith

Tina Gasperson writes: Yahoo Tech News reports that Microsoft shares dropped sharply Wednesday, after second quarter reports showed flat revenues.

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Tiny “Portal PC” Comes Loaded With RedHat 6.2

Author: JT Smith

Tina Gasperson writes: Portal Research announced the release of its new Portal PC, a machine touted as an inexpensive solution for home, office, and private networks.

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Drew Eckhardt – True to Form Hacker?

Author: JT Smith

Tina Gasperson writes “Linux Journal offers up this interview with Drew Eckhardt, Linux guru and self-proclaimed skydiving enthusiast and Dilbert fan.

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Random Story With Which Grant May Play

Author: JT Smith

Daniel D. Slosberg writes “Here’s a story for you, Grant. Have fun! “

FreeBSD 4.1 in release candidate mode

Author: JT Smith

The 4.1 branch of FreeBSD has been frozen as of 18:00 GMT July 20, and is available for download.

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Interview: Jay Beale of the Bastille Linux Project

Author: JT Smith

Jay Beale of the Bastille Linux Project talks about “locking down” Linux through the Bastille Linux Project in an interview with linuxsecurity.com.

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Review: GNOME 1.2, the install saga

Author: JT Smith

32bitsonline reviews GNOME 1.2, and takes readers through the difficulties of installing it.

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PR: Free program on electronic privacy threats

Author: JT Smith

The Linux User Group of Los Angeles is offering a free, six-hour program July 22, 2000, on privacy threats to your personal computer and personal information. The schedule includes seminars on protecting your medical privacy and on creating anonymity on the Net.

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