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Linux Integrators: Cracking Windows

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In the eyes of Microsoft's Jim Allchin, Linux and other forms of open-source technology are almost threats to the nation.

The Weaker Linux Players Wont Consolidate. Instead, Theyll Die

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Last Aug. 14, I predicted in our cover story "Linux Slugfest" that Caldera and Red Hat would be the only major Linux distributors left standing.

Microsoft Puts More Heat on Open Source

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Recent remarks by executives add fuel to anti-Microsoft fire in the Linux developer community

Microsofts Linux Message

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Working in the press room of Linuxworld in New York this month, I found myself checking e-mail on, of all things, a desktop PC running Windows 98.

Whos Gonna Sign For This?

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Linux does the heavy lifting, as open-source rolls into selected glasshouses.

That Perfect Fit

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Has the time come to suit up with Linux 2.4, walk into your enterprise customer's office, and tell them it's time for Linux?

Personal Style

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Linux 2.4 sports improvements over previous versions, but you'll only benefit from those improvements if you're looking for a business or enterprise server.

Linux Developments Perplex the Puss

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What could Microsoft executives have been up to last week as they lurked in the hallways of the Javits Center in New York during the LinuxWorld Conference & Expo, pondered the Katt.

Enterprise Linux: Wheres the Beef?

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Oracle, intel and ibm may be expending a lot of money and resources to lift Linux into enterprise IT shops, but any large commitments from customers remain a well-kept secret.

Microsoft Grapples with Linux Threat

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OS' popularity puts pressure on company to loosen its grip on Windows

Another Linux Love Feast

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Caldera preps new partner programs, as UnixWare deal nears approval.

Fashionable Accessories

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Linux 2.4.1, which will be available in the near term, will give the operating system its last missing piece: a journaling file system (JFS).

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