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Archives for July 2004

LinuxDig.Com: Linux News : Linus Torvalds, Did he create Linux?

Alexis de Tocqueville Institution a think tank partially funded by Microsoft, has disputed and has come to the conclusion that Linux Torvalds did not create Linux without help from other operating systems.

Thursday May 20, 2004 | Read More

LinuxDig.Com : Linux News : MySQL Newsletter

Highlights * MySQL Users Conference Summary * MySQL Case Study: B2 Makes the Connection with MySQL Cluster * MySQL Application and Partner of the Year Awards

Friday May 07, 2004 | Read More

LinuxDig.Com Linux News : GAIM - The Free IM Cliemt for any O/S, For AOL, MSN, Yahoo + More

Gaim is a multi-protocol instant messaging client for Linux, BSD, MacOS X, and Windows. It is compatible with AIM (Oscar and TOC protocols), ICQ, MSN Messenger, Yahoo, IRC, Jabber, Gadu-Gadu, and Zephyr networks. REVIEW.

Friday May 07, 2004 | Read More

LinuxDig.Com Linux News : Novell Posts Mono Beta 1

Novell today announced the availability of Mono 1.0 Beta 1, an open source version of the Microsoft .NET development platform that enables Linux and UNIX evelopers to build and deploy cross-platform .NET applications.

Friday May 07, 2004 | Read More

LinuxDig.Com: Linux News : Novell Wins Two LinuxUser and Developer Awards

Novell was presented two 2004 LinuxUser & Developer Awards this week, which recognize excellence in the Linux industry. SUSE LINUX was named Best Linux Distribution and Ximian Evolution was named Best Desktop Application.

Friday May 07, 2004 | Read More

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