LINUX Related Articles
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- From the Trenches
- On the cheap: Linux (http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue2/knight/)
- The Greatest
OS That (N)ever Was (http://wwww.wired.com/wired/5.08/linux.html)
- Linus Torvalds and thousands of disparate hackers created Linux, perhaps
the only alternative to Windows NT. It may be the greatest software story
OS Tired of NT? Put on your Red Hat (http://www.infoworld.com/cgi-bin/displayTC.pl?/reviews/971124redhat.htm)
- Red Hat
Linux is a complete Internet or intranet in a box for a price you can hardly
turn down. If you don't mind using alternate support channels, this package
has everything you need.
OS for the people, (http://www.lantimes.com/lantimes/97/97oct/710b061a.html) an article in Lantimes Online mentions Linux and
- Although it is difficult to track the popularity
of OSes that are distributed freely or cheaply, there is anecdotal evidence
that the no-frills versions of Unix known
as Linux and Berkeley System Design (BSD),
once used mainly in academia and research labs, have
found their way into corporate computing.
readies NCs, (http://www.infoworld.com/cgi-bin/displayStory.pl?970925.wcorel.htm) a recent article in InfoWorld, mentions that Corel is
using Linux as the OS for it's new network computers.
Computer, the network computer subsidiary
of Corel, is looking to make communications even easier by bundling cameras
and video software with its NCs.
- The NCs feature the StrongARM chip, run at 233
MHz, have 32MB of RAM, and have SoundBlaster support and Ethernet ports.
The NC uses Linux as its OS.
Quick Update with Linus Torvalds (http://www.inxutil.com/inx_ezine/1197/inx_linus_intv.html)
- The following is an email interview with Linus Torvalds, creator of
the Linux operating system. He's extremely busy, and we thank him for taking
a few moments to get a quick status report on what he's been up to and
the state of Linux development.
may give reasons to remove Win95, NT from your desktop system (http://www.infoworld.com/cgi-bin/displayArchives.pl?dt_iwe28-96_81.htm)
- From what I've read so far, Linux fans can largely be divided into
two categories. There are hackers who resent the commercialization of Linux,
because it may slow or otherwise disrupt the development of the operating
system. And there are business users who recognize the value of Linux and
are eager for it to gain mainstream acceptance.
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