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  • SCO's products in the 80's and now


  • Quick Takes: Linux Professional Institute certifies training center

    The Training Camp is designated an LPI approved training partner, leading off this week's edition of Quick Takes. Also included are items from, Lindows Inc. and JBoss Inc. 

  • Red Hat CEO: Business of Linux validated

    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Red Hat Inc. sits atop the heap of Linux distributors. As the 11-year-old publicly traded Raleigh, N.C.-based company steams toward adolescence, it has nearly $1 billion in cash in the back with which to beat back Novell Inc.'s ch... 

  • Users: No second thoughts on Linux use

    SCO's suits against AutoZone and DaimlerChrysler may have added a dash of reality to its threats against Linux, but enterprise users are hardly scared off. 

  • Selling your CIO on Linux

    A panel at last week's Open Source Business Conference provided advice on making a Linux pitch to an enterprise decision maker. 

  • SuSE Linux 9.1 likes taste of 2.6 kernel

    Novell hits a milestone today with the release of SuSE Linux 9.1, the first commercial Linux product based on the 2.6 kernel. 

  • IBM puts up incentives to move SMBs to Linux

    IBM Corp. said it's going to make it worth your while if you're a partner to encourage small and medium-sized IT shops to move to Linux. 

  • Expert: Be smart about mitigating open-source IP risks

    Black Duck Software Inc. CEO Doug Levin had probably heard more software licensing and copyright infringement horror stories than anyone before unveiling his startup company and its first product in January, 2004. He surely holds that record now. Tho... 

  • Update: No new flaw in Linux kernel

    A security researcher who discovered previous, critical flaws in the Linux kernel clarifies a story published yesterday by that incorrectly reported a new kernel bug. 

  • Quick Takes: Dell brings VMware to its server line

    Dell has gone virtual in announcing a deal with VMware Inc. to run its virtualization software on PowerEdge and storage servers. Also included in this week's Quick Takes are announcements from NetIQ, Tsunami Research Inc. and PolyServe and Hewlett-Pa...