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Banking on Linux

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Financial services companies slowly opening their doors to open source

Ideas for Becoming a Corporate Hero

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Talk about pressure. I was speaking early last week with an IT manager who was describing how he had been faring under the current reality of tight budgets and staff cutbacks

Make Way for the Little OS That Could

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As I escorted him to the elevator after an interview in 1998, Gordon Eubanks, then president and CEO of Symantec, made a casual observation that forever changed my perspective on open source software.

Red Hat to Add Journaling

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The first public beta of Red Hat Linux 7.2 was just posted, and the biggest change for server use will be the operating system's default use of the ext3 file system, the next version of the Linux Second Extended File System.

Geekspeak: August 6, 2001

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Empower establishes a Linux outpost on Palm handhelds

Open Source Moves to Phones

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Red Hat, 3G Lab to co-develop eCos, an open-source OS for cell phones; portability to Linux in plans

Linux Takes on Big Jobs

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At a time when Microsoft is warning of the perils of open source code, Korean Air is mounting one of the biggest mission-critical deployments using Linux open source software.

IBM Scores Yet Another Linux Win

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Demand for Linux on the mainframe continues to grow, with IBM notching another win on its eServer mainframe.

LTSP Brings Linux to X Window Desktops

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Providing an economical migration path to back-end, server-based computing and centralized administration, Linux Terminal Server Project 2.08 is a stable open-source offering that converts virtually all major distributions of Linux into an X Window termin

XFree86 Pairs Well With KDE

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Last month saw the release of XFree86 4.1.0, the open-source X Window System that drives the GUIs for operating systems such as Linux and the various versions of Unix.

Compaq Reinforces Support for Linux

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Stung by IBM's high Linux visibility, company rolls out migration tools and other initiatives.

A Little Respect: Red Hat in Black

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Profit buoys open source as company advances subscription, consulting.

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