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Corel Linux OS Second Edition

Author: JT Smith

From Linuxplanet.com: Corel is timing the new release to coincide with Linux World.

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  • Linux

ShowMeLinux.com: Where the Games Are

Author: JT Smith

From Linuxtoday.com: Thanks to the wonders of the Internet, the largest shopping mall of Linux-based video games is available at your fingertips.

Windows losing to Linux in China

Author: JT Smith

From The Register: Two Chinese Linux distributions have been developed with government support: Red Flag Linux and Tom Linux.

Category:

  • Linux

The danger of script kiddies

Author: JT Smith

From Linuxtoday.com: “Script kiddies can have a much greater capability for causing problems then their skills alone would indicate.”

Category:

  • Linux

Puerto Rico’s first Linux installfest

Author: JT Smith

From Linuxpr.com: The Linux Community in Puerto Rico will have a first-time opportunity to get Linux installed for free.

Linux devotees seek beer and hiking

Author: JT Smith

From WSJ.com: Over the past week, the self-described geeks of the Linuxbierwanderung, or Linux Beer Hike, met to celebrate the Internet culture based around open-source software.

Category:

  • Linux

IBM taps Linux for watch, supercomputer

Author: JT Smith

From CNET.com: IBM researchers have crammed Linux into a wristwatch to test the limits of the operating system and explore ways people can
interact with tiny computing devices.

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  • Linux

Straight outta Seattle: Redmond Linux

Author: JT Smith

From Linuxtoday.com: Ever wondered what a Seattle-flavored Linux distro looks like? The Redmond Linux project could give us a clue.

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  • Linux

Linux Magazine: Q and A with MandrakeSoft’s new CEO

Author: JT Smith

From Linuxtoday.com: Poole: “We have a disadvantage in that we’re a follower, but we have an advantage in that we’re smaller.”

Category:

  • Open Source

Apache on verge of major revision

Author: JT Smith

CNET.com writes: “Web server software Apache, a stalwart in the open-source software movement, is about to get a major overhaul–in the making since 1997.”

Category:

  • Open Source