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Debian

Debian

Over the six months from July 2003, Debian has been the fastest growing Linux distribution according to Bath, England-based Internet...

January 29th, 2004 Manek Dubash
Procket wins contract, loses people

Procket wins contract, loses people

On the heels of landing its largest customer, Procket Networks Inc. has lost its COO and perhaps its founder and...

January 28th, 2004 Jim Duffy
Government demonstrates open source resilience

Government demonstrates open source resilience

Oracle Corp. is showing its commitment to the South African government’s stated objective of running open source shops across a...

January 27th, 2004 Computing SA staff
Sun preps second version of Java desktop

Sun preps second version of Java desktop

Sun Microsystems Inc. plans to release midyear the second version of its Java Desktop System, featuring new tools for centralized...

January 26th, 2004 Stacy Cowley
Lotusphere 2004: New products, updates expected

Lotusphere 2004: New products, updates expected

Lotus Notes and Domino users and administrators are slated to get the latest product road map and hear about upcoming...

January 25th, 2004 Todd R. Weiss
Lotus stakes its future on Workplace

Lotus stakes its future on Workplace

Executives from IBM Corp.'s Lotus software unit used the opening presentations Monday at Lotus' annual user show in Orlando to...

January 25th, 2004 Stacy Cowley
SCO releases ANZ pricing for Linux

SCO releases ANZ pricing for Linux

The SCO Group Inc. has announced the availability of its "SCO Intellectual Property License" in New Zealand and Australia, much...

January 20th, 2004 Paul Brislen
Red Hat offers infringement warranty for Linux software

Red Hat offers infringement warranty for Linux software

With competitors Novell Inc., Hewlett-Packard Co. and Sun Microsystems Inc. all offering legal indemnity for users of their Linux products,...

January 19th, 2004 Todd R. Weiss
SCO to take Linux licensing to SMB, international users

SCO to take Linux licensing to SMB, international users

The SCO Group Inc. is now making its Intellectual Property License for Linux available to small and medium businesses (SMBs),...

January 15th, 2004 Robert McMillan
Our part in the Win 98 dilemma

Our part in the Win 98 dilemma

How you view Microsoft's recent decision to resume support for Windows 98 and ME through to June 2006 will likely...

January 12th, 2004 Michael MacMillan