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Penguin Computing and OpenSales announce marketing alliance

Author: JT Smith

Under the terms of the agreement, OpenSales will promote the Linux-based server and computing systems of Penguin Computing reports NewsAlert.

SGI frees OpenGL brand to Linux coders

Author: JT Smith

SGI has opened its OpenGL brand to the Linux world through a new licensing program aimed at open source software developers reports The Register.

Category:

  • Open Source

Herzfield spills all about Eazel

Author: JT Smith

Andrew Orlowski at The Register writes: “LinuxWorld has been Eazel’s coming out party, and it’s with a self-denial bordering on the Jesuit that we waited for Herzfeld himself to take us through Nautilus, Eazel’s pride and joy.”

Category:

  • Open Source

OpenSales AllCommerce application now bundled with Linux LockBox

Author: JT Smith

According to both parties, the bundling agreement will combine the transaction support for multiple and decentralized databases offered by OpenSales software with the Linux-based security solutions of Guardian Digital, reports Business Wire.

Smells like Teen Spiritualism

Author: JT Smith

A Compaq notebook appears to have put its owner in contact with long-dead Nirvana star Kurt Cobain reports The Register.

Category:

  • Management

Red Hat and CrosStor agreement

Author: JT Smith

Business Wire reports that CrosStor will port its CrosStor NAS software to Red Hat eCos, enabling CrosStor’s NAS customers to capitalize on Red Hat’s POSIX-compatible EL/IX interface.

OpenSales, CollabNet to share e-commerce projects with Open Source community

Author: JT Smith

Business Wire reports the program, called OpenSalesXChange, will provide developers with complete access to contract employment in small and medium implementations of the open-sourced and WAP-enabled
e-commerce platform, OpenSales AllCommerce.

Dialogic delivers communication product to the Linux developer community

Author: JT Smith

Intel Corporation and its Dialogic subsidiary today announced the availability of its Linux
application development kit reports Business Wire.

Internet streaming process gets patent pending process

Author: JT Smith

PRWeb reports that the process is a form of streaming both ways, similar to video conferencing, but using the Internet’s bandwidth
capabilities to hook up thousands, perhaps millions of people at the same time.

Informix announces availability of Informix Dynamic Server.2000 for Linux

Author: JT Smith

Business Wire reports this new release of IDS.2000 is the result of a three-way relationship between Informix, Compaq, and SuSE to bring the power and memory capacity of Compaq’s 64-bit Alpha system to the Linux market place.