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Torvalds Looks Beyond 2.4

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Linux creator covers the highlights of the latest kernel and what lies ahead.

Linux Needs Nontechnology Goodies to Sweeten Its Business Prospects

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Linux 2.4 has arrived, and the technology is great. It's just too bad that technology alone doesn't make a success story.

Linux Becomes a Cog in Machinery

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IT managers adopt operating system to gain more control of enterprise computing environment.

Storage, SMP Get Much Better in Linux

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2.4 kernel's improvements, such as logical volume manager, add storage smarts, eWeek Labs finds.

Popular Growth

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Linux takes on bigger jobs

IBMs AIX Supports Linux Apps

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IBM is stepping up to the interoperability plate and releasing a toolbox for its Unix operating system, AIX, that allows developers to recompile Linux applications to run on AIX.

Lineo Logs a Linux First

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Lineo, with its uClinux 2.4 operating system, will be the first vendor to go to market with the recently released 2.4 Linux kernel.

eFiles: January 22, 2001

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Even with the release of the new 2.4 kernel, Linux will have a hard time overthrowing Windows 2000 as an application server, according to Meta Group Inc., of Stamford, Conn.

IBM Is Sweetening the Linux Pot

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TurboLinux and IBM have struck a global distribution and support agreement that enables TurboLinux to offer its customers IBM's entire Linux software line.

Marimba Adds Linux, AIX

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Timbale 1.2 has advanced caching features.

Linux True To Form

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Most should wait for distributions of 2.4, Labs finds.

Further Linux Testing In Store

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Long before Linus Torvalds released the 2.4 Linux kernel early this month, the Linux development community was hard at work on a wish list for the next development cycle for the open-source operating system.

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