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BMC Moves Management Tools to Linux

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BMC Software on Wednesday will launch its initiative to extend enterprise management functions to Linux.

IBM Rolling Out Its First Linux-Only Mainframe

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Big Blue today will introduce two new Linux-based high-end computing systems in a move that will mark the first time the company will sell a mainframe system configured solely to use the open-source software.

Torvalds Looks Ahead

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As the Linux community prepares to congregate next week in New York for the LinuxWorld Conference and Expo, the center of attention, as always, will be Linux creator Linus Torvalds.

KDE 3.0 Is Big on Usability

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I've predicted that 2002 will bring with it more usable brands of desktop Linux, thanks in part to KDE 3.0 and GNOME 2.0 desktop environment releases.

Microsoft Spins Server Stories

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Despite what Microsoft says, it does not want merely to coexist with Linux. It wants to eliminate it.

Microsoft Leaks Another Glum Valentine

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El Gato was amused to see that Microsoft may be having as much trouble stopping internal memos from leaking to the press as it is providing a secure operating system.

KDE Advances in Most Areas

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Release 2.2.2 of KDE brings Linux and the other Unix-family operating systems another step closer to parity with Windows and Mac OS in the desktop space.

Ximian Branching Out

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Connector product ties desktop, groupware to Microsoft Exchange.

Mandrake Linux Packs Punch

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Built around the 2.4.8 Linux kernel, Mandrake Linux 8.1 PowerPack fancies itself a full-featured workstation system.

NetBSD Got Game

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Confused by the many packaged flavors of Linux?

CDE Vulnerability Opens Unix Systems Up to Attacks

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Security researchers have identified a serious vulnerability in the Common Desktop Environment GUI used by many Unix systems that could enable a remote attacker to gain root privileges on a target machine.

Labs-Eye View: The Linux 2.4 Kernel

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It's been a rocky road for the Linux 2.4 kernel, which originally used a memory management system that was significantly more intricate than the one used in Linux 2.2.

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