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Hedge fund offers $2B for Novell

Elliott Associates, which was part of the consortium that bought GM spinoff Delphi, makes an unsolicited, $5.75-a-share offer for the struggling former networking giant

Novell pushes software appliance development

The SUSE Appliance Program offers ISVs tools and resources to build and market appliance based applications, both hardware and virtual. How much operating system is too much?

Roof designers put lid on Outlook

When computer users at London Roof Truss (LRT) in London, Ont., were reluctant to use the company's new communication system, Wayne Bilger did something drastic to change their minds.

Former Red Hat employees start up new Linux company

Two former Red Hat Inc. employees have started their own Linux company, dubbed SpecifixT Inc. (Specifix), marketing a Red Hat-compatible version of Linux that users can modify to fit their business-specific needs

CEBIT : Novell adds to its Linux lineup

Four months after acquiring SuSE Linux AG, Novell Inc. continues to hammer out the details of its open source strategy. It announced plans Friday to make its GroupWise software available for the Linux operating system for the first time, and confirmed that it plans to release the source code for a popular SuSE tool for managing Linux servers to the open source community.

IBM, SuSE open new software integration centre

IBM Corp. and SuSE Linux on Thursday announced the opening of a new software integration centre in Toronto, which will support customers and better enable the integration of SuSE Linux with IBM offerings, according to the companies.

CDXPO : SCO CEO: Novell-SuSE breaks SCO contract

Novell Inc.'s US$210 million planned acquisition of SuSE Linux AG will put it in violation of a non-compete agreement the networking vendor has with The SCO Group Inc., and could possibly lead to legal action, SCO CEO Darl McBride said Monday in an interview.

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