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Torvalds, Cox Agree on the Future Kernel

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Linux creator Linus Torvalds and Linux developer Alan Cox say they will both embrace a new Virtual Memory manager and implement it in forthcoming iterations of the operating system.

Cox Wont Be Maintainer of 2.4 Linux Kernel

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Linus Torvalds' right-hand man says kernel developer Marcelo Tosatti will become the head maintainer of the 2.4 Linux kernel when Torvalds hands it over in a few weeks to concentrate on the 2.5 development tree.

SuSE to Distribute IBM Linux in Europe, M.E., Africa

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German-based SuSE Linux is planning to distribute IBM's entire line of software for Linux in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, the two companies are set to announce at the LinuxWorld Expo in Frankfurt on Tuesday.

BMC Software Patrols the Desktop

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BMC Software, which makes mainframe system management software, is extending the reach of its Patrol system down to the desktop, including Linux desktops.

Red Hat Makes Itself More Available

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eWEEK Labs' tests of the final code of Red Hat Linux 7.2 show there aren't a lot of changes in the newest update, but the biggest change-the addition of a journaling file system-is an important advance for the operating system.

Geekspeak: October 8, 2001

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Trinux provides ram-based Linux to go.

New Vulnerability Found in CDE

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Security researchers have found a vulnerability in a popular Unix GUI program that could enable an attacker to gain root privileges on a victim's computer. The problem stems from a format string vulnerability in the Common Desktop Environment, an open-sou

Study Shows Four Versions Of Linux Surpass Unix

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Four versions of Linux have outstripped UnixWare in D.H. Brown Associates' comparative analysis of operating systems, the first time Linux has surpassed any version of Unix.

Management Tool Keeps Linux Systems in Tune

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Systems management startup Aduva is trying to reduce the cost of managing free software.

Sun, IBM to Pump Up High-End Servers

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Competition in the Unix server market will heat up in the coming weeks with the release of two systems from market leaders Sun Microsystems Inc. and IBM.

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