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Sun Jumps on Linux Bandwagon

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Sun Microsystems Inc. on Thursday took aim at Microsoft Corp. and IBM, announcing that it will expand its commitment to Linux across its product line and will for the first time ship a full implementation of the Linux operating system.

Linux Raking in Enterprise Support

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Much of the talk that Linux isn't ready for the enterprise was put to rest last week as a string of large companies, ranging from E-Trade Group Inc. to DreamWorks SKG, announced deployment plans for the operating system.

BMC Unveils Linux Agenda

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Software vendor will merge the operating system with enterprise management software.

Linux: The Road Not Taken (Not)

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This year's LinuxWorld illustrates Linux is well past the point of making inroads into the enterprise -- it's now having roads named after it.

Standards Base Unites Linux World

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The Free Standards Group has released two Linux standards platforms that it believes will allow true interoperability between the multitude of Linux distributions and also facilitate better internationalization capabilities.

Fiorina: Breakout Year for Linux

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In her LinuxWorld keynote, HP Chairman Carly Fiorina announces a DreamWorks deal aimed at revolutionizing animation production using Linux and praises the open-source movement.

Carrier-Grade Linux in Works

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A group of hardware and software vendors will announce late Wednesday morning here at the LinuxWorld Conference and Expo that they are working together to develop a new version of the Linux operating system that is optimized for the telecommunications ind

E-Trade Moving to IBM Linux-Based Servers

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LinuxWorld keynoter IBM VP William Zeitler will also stress the way Linux and the open movement are transforming e-business and e-business infrastructures.

CA Extends Its Management Tools For Linux

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Computer Associates threw the weight of 23 new products behind Linux, further fueling its momentum as an enterprise-ready platform for mission critical applications.

E*Trade Bets Big on Linux

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LinuxWorld report: The online broker's CTO says vendor independence led it to pledge allegiance to the open-source OS and cashier its old hardware and software.

Veritas Ports Foundation Suite to Linux

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Veritas Software Corp., like many of its enterprise IT software rivals, is increasing its product catalog for Linux users.

MS: X11 License More Appropriate Than GNU GPL

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The MIT X11 license chosen by Ximian Inc. for the class libraries produced by the Mono Project is an open-source license that Microsoft feels is far more appropriate for commercial use than the GNU General Public License.

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