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New Site Provides Easy KDE Doc Access

By Staff Staff | Mar 11, 2002 at 5:17 PM

KDE Dot News is reporting the launch of, an site that will house online documentation for both the current stable and development releases of KDE. “Daniel Naber has been busy adding to the family. is a new KDE documentation site which features KDE user documentation for both the 2.2.2 and HEAD (updated daily) branches”

Developing C/C++ Applications with the KDevelop IDE

By Staff Staff | Mar 07, 2002 at 8:52 PM

LinuxJournal is carrying an introduction to the KDevelop development environment. “The aim of this article is to enable you to create an application with the KDevelop Integrated Development Environment (IDE) on a Linux/UNIX system running KDE 2. We explain this process by creating a sample application that gives some insight into the development framework and how it works. This might require getting your development environment set up correctly, so that you can work efficiently when getting started with your very own application or extension for the KDE 2 Desktop.”

Florida School Deploys Linux On Thin Clients

By Staff Staff | Mar 05, 2002 at 12:48 AM

KDE Dot News has an interesting bit on Linux in educational environments, and specifically St. Mary's Catholic School's switch to Linux and KDE. “St. Mary's Catholic School in Rockledge, Florida has demonstrated the obvious: that KDE/GNU/Linux (KGL) is great for kids and schools. Working with volunteers from the Melbourne Linux Users Group (that's Melbourne, Florida), I.D.E.A.L. Technology and IXC Telecom, the school deployed the K12 Linux Terminal Server Project, a thin client enterprise solution.”

Using Lycoris Desktop/LX

By Staff Staff | Feb 27, 2002 at 3:55 PM

ExtremeTech is running a nice review on Lycoris Desktop/LX (formerly Redmond Linux). “I first became interested in Redmond Linux, now officially known as Lycoris Desktop/LX, back in January, when a new release of the distro was officially announced. I must admit that I wasn't expecting much more than an imitation of other distros, combined with an attempt at Windows XP graphics. To my surprise, I soon found myself using a tailored Linux operating system that was anything but that.”

Why Linux will Prevail (on the Desktop)

By Staff Staff | Feb 22, 2002 at 3:39 PM

ZDNet News is carrying an interesting commentary presenting reasons why the Linux desktop will succeed.
“The idea expressed in many articles—that GNU/Linux is good for servers but not for the desktop—is a joke. The fact is, Linux will prevail. “

InsightConnector Disconnects Microsoft Exchange

By Staff Staff | Feb 20, 2002 at 11:55 PM

ConsultingTimes takes a look at InsightConnector, a server that offers a replacement for Microsoft Exchange that is compatible with all existing versions of Microsoft Outlook (along with the Bynari's own UNIX and Linux client). “In an extraordinary feat of API legerdemain, Bynari, Inc. the Dallas-based maker of Linux/UNIX groupware solutions announced a breakthrough InsightConnector product. Once Connector is installed, Outlook clients can perform a full range of groupware operations through any server which employs the open standard Internet Mail Application Protocol (IMAP) with ACLs (access control lists). “

WebSphere vs. dot-NET

By Staff Staff | Feb 18, 2002 at 10:23 PM takes a brief look at two competing technologies - Microsoft .NET and WebSphere. “IBM seems to have the best chance to convince its customers to go with its product, called WebSphere [instead of Microsoft's], analysts told NewsFactor, because its Global Services division has the capacity to offer nearly everything its customers need to work effectively. “

Linux Open Services

By Staff Staff | Feb 13, 2002 at 1:56 PM

From the article - “Here's the scenario: I sit down to my desktop computer and plug my Sharp Zaurus Linux-powered handheld into its base station. An applet in my panel starts flashing the word “syncing” and a progress bar starts creeping — 1%, 2%, 10% … Without giving the syncing operation another thought I click on the devices folder in Nautilus. “

Sun Announces Major Linux Support

By Staff Staff | Feb 08, 2002 at 6:57 PM is running an article on Sun Microsystem's recent pro-Linux announcements. “In a major Linux strategy announcement, Sun Microsystems today aligned itself with Linux stalwarts IBM and Hewlett-Packard by throwing its weight behind Linux. Specifically Sun said it will … dramatically expand its line of Sun Cobalt Linux appliances and will introduce a new family of low-end general purpose Linux/x86-based systems.”

Majentis Releases Professional Web Based Issue Tracker

By Staff Staff | Feb 03, 2002 at 10:43 PM
A new Web Based Issue/Problem Tracker is now available. Rubicon Tracker Version 2 is a web based system that does not require a Web Server to run.

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