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Linux Laptops from Dell
Dell now has begun selling two models of its laptops with Linux preinstalled.

LINUX LPR: Linux Laptops from Dell Linux Laptops from Dell R. Krause - February 18, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary 2/1/2000 [Cnet News] - Dell now has begun selling two models of its laptops with Linux preinstalled. The products, the Latitude CPX and the Inspiron 7500, come with Red Hat Linux 6.1 and are certified by Linuxcare. The Inspirons with Linux are available now, but the Latitudes will be available Feb. 4, according to a company representative. The move has been expected since last August. The CPX is the
2/18/2000

IA-64 Linux From Red Hat
Red Hat announces the availability of the source code for IA-64 platforms, the first of which will be Intel’s “Itanium” processor, due later this year.

LINUX LPR: IA-64 Linux From Red Hat IA-64 Linux From Red Hat R. Krause - June 15, 2000 Read Comments R. Krause - June 15, 2000 Event Summary In May Red Hat, Inc. announced the availability of an early release of the Red Hat source code for the forthcoming Intel Itanium processor platform targeting high-end servers and workstations. This distribution enables the development of IA-64 software for the most intensive computing environments, from high performance design automation to enterprise level databases. A free
6/15/2000

Red Hat’s Linux Domination Weakens
Red Hat still controls the Linux market, but now it’s getting some competition from SuSE, Caldera, and TurboLinux.

LINUX LPR: Red Hat’s Linux Domination Weakens Red Hat’s Linux Domination Weakens R. Krause - September 13, 2000 Read Comments R. Krause - September 13, 2000 Event Summary According to recently figures from IDC, Red Hat was still the #1 distributor of the Linux operating system in 1999 by a wide margin, with a 48% share of the copies shipped. Trailing Red Hat were German vendor SuSE with a 15% share, and Caldera Systems and TurboLinux with 10% each. (See Figure 1) Bringing up the rear were MandrakeSoft (4%) and
9/13/2000

IBM Loads Linux on Mainframes
IBM has announced that it will now provide Linux support and services for its largest machines, the S/390 Series of mainframes/servers.

LINUX LPR: IBM Loads Linux on Mainframes IBM Loads Linux on Mainframes R. Krause - June 9, 2000 Read Comments R. Krause - June 9, 2000 Event Summary May 17, 2000 [Source: IBM] Linux software, services are available for S/390 server. Responding to demand by S/390 users, IBM is now providing Linux software and services for the S/390 enterprise server. This is the latest initiative in IBM s strategy to complement the Linux operating system throughout its offerings. Linux for S/390 will be offered by the companies SuSE
6/9/2000

Lotus Extends Domino for Unified Messaging and Wireless Communications
Lotus announced a unified messaging initiative that extends the Lotus Domino platform by enabling customers to access e-mail, voice, and fax data from any device at any time.

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10/26/1999

Microsoft Readies Win2K Datacenter for Defeaturing
Microsoft has started telling the world that the Datacenter version of Windows 2000 will not only be delayed, but also is not yet scaling up to 32-processor capability as has been promised.

LINUX LPR: do not presently believe Linux will use this particular delay to make greater inroads into Windows market share, because there is still no flagship clustering/multiprocessor product. (The Beowulf clustering solution is reasonably well known within the Linux world, but it s not yet a Datacenter killer .) Note the wording this particular delay : we believe Linux will generally continue its growth curve, closing the market share gap between it and Windows NT/2000. Glossary: HALT = Highly Accelerated
6/20/2000

Linux at 25% of Server OS Market - Is Redmond Hearing Footsteps?
Linux has now grabbed 25% of the server operating system market share, passing Novell and knocking on Windows's door.

LINUX LPR: Linux at 25% of Server OS Market - Is Redmond Hearing Footsteps? Linux at 25% of Server OS Market - Is Redmond Hearing Footsteps? R. Krause - March 15, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary [Computerworld] 02/11/2000 Linux cornered 25% of the server operating system market last year, according to preliminary data from International Data Corp. (IDC). But in terms of revenue share, Linux remains a tiny fraction of the market. Microsoft Corp. s Windows NT system held steady at 38% of the server operating system
3/15/2000

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Gateway Announces Server Appliances
Gateway, Inc. has announced two new Linux-based server appliances, entering a growing market with products aimed at small businesses/offices.

LINUX LPR: minutes, Gateway said. The Linux operating system is hidden from end users, who only see the built-in Internet and e-mail applications. The devices start at $1,299 and are intended to support up to 100 users, although Gateway said more could be handled for simple e-mail uses. Gateway appears to be one of the first vendors to come out with server appliances built around Linux. However, we believe one of the most popular uses of Linux with companies that are adopting the Windows alternative is in
12/15/1999

Implementing Detailed User-level Auditing of UNIX and Linux Systems
UNIX and Linux systems aren’t exempt from the rigors of regulatory compliance. System logs can help you spot suspicious insider activity and contribute to more accurate compliance reports by showing which users accessed what systems, what commands they executed, and what changes they made to key files and data. Find out how centralized UNIX/Linux auditing can help you troubleshoot and reduce your risk of non-compliance.

LINUX LPR: Auditing of UNIX and Linux Systems Implementing Detailed User-level Auditing of UNIX and Linux Systems Source: Centrify Document Type: White Paper Description: UNIX and Linux systems aren’t exempt from the rigors of regulatory compliance. System logs can help you spot suspicious insider activity and contribute to more accurate compliance reports by showing which users accessed what systems, what commands they executed, and what changes they made to key files and data. Find out how centralized
3/20/2008 4:19:00 PM

Better Together: Blades, Linux, and Insight Control
In today’s datacenter, management costs have eclipsed all others. Server management puts a huge strain on IT budgets and, as a result, solutions that reduce costs by simplifying IT infrastructures and automating management processes are in high demand. Thankfully, a Linux-hosted management tool delivers automation for key management process—allowing your IT talent to focus on real-time business needs.

LINUX LPR: Better Together: Blades, Linux, and Insight Control Better Together: Blades, Linux, and Insight Control Source: Hewlett-Packard Document Type: White Paper Description: In today’s datacenter, management costs have eclipsed all others. Server management puts a huge strain on IT budgets and, as a result, solutions that reduce costs by simplifying IT infrastructures and automating management processes are in high demand. Thankfully, a Linux-hosted management tool delivers automation for key management
8/24/2007 1:33:00 PM


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