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SGI opens Open Inventor source code

Author: JT Smith

The Register announces that SGI has released the source code for its high-end Open Inventor 3D graphics object-oriented application development system to the Linux and open source communities.

Category:

  • Open Source

VA’s Augustin talks Itanic, Sledgehammer

Author: JT Smith

The Register caught up with VA Linux Systems founder Larry Augustin at LinuxWorld this week, we thought he could shed some light on where Linux servers would be in, say, a year or two’s time. (Full disclosure: NewsForge is owned by VA Linux.)

Category:

  • Linux

IntraLinux introduces Platinum Service Plus

Author: JT Smith

IntraLinux, Inc. announced that it will be offering a free server computer and a free web site to its Platinum Service customers as a show special at the Linux World Expo, reports Business Wire.

EST’s Backup/Recovery Utility supports Panasonic 4.7GB DVD-RAM drive

Author: JT Smith

Enhanced Software Technologies, Inc.(EST) announced today that its Backup and Restore Utility, BRU 16.0, supports Panasonic’s 4.7GB DVD-RAM drive in Linux environments, reports Business Wire.

Pricing support for Linux

Author: JT Smith

Isogon, a leading provider of software asset management (SAM)
solutions for the mainframe environment, today announced its support for IBM’s pricing policy for the S/390 Integrated Facility for Linux, reports Business Wire.

Financial Intranet Investment announces additional patent applications

Author: JT Smith

This application covers the benefits protected by The Energy Corp.’s already granted U.S. patents for means delivering audio and optical information through a broad range of truly next-generation information-portal products, reports Business Wire.

Enlighten to exhibit premier system management software

Author: JT Smith

“EnlightenDSM provides out-of-the-box, enhanced management for servers and workstations, and increased productivity for IT professionals responsible for the administration of mixed Linux, Unix, and Windows networked environments,” said Bill Bradley, CEO of Enlighten, reports Linux PR.

Announcement from Free Standards Group LI18NUX Project

Author: JT Smith

Linux PR reports the Free Standards Group LI18NUX Project (Linux Internationalization Initiative) has announced the general availability of LI18NUX2000 Globalization Specification.

New South Wales Govt proposes ‘anti-hacking’ legislation

Author: JT Smith

PC World reports the NSW State Attorney General, Bob Debus, has proposed amendments to the NSW Crimes Act which will see those found guilty of “interfering with electronic communication and identity theft” imprisoned for up to ten years.

Next generation security technology for laptop computers

Author: JT Smith

Business Wire reports, the Caveo Anti-Theft, features the ADXL202E, a
tiny, low-cost, micromachined tilt-motion sensor which enables location-awareness in hardware, Caveo Anti-Theft is designed
for laptop computers and is expected to be available in early 2001.