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Oracle Adds Features to Linux, Validates Configurations
by Timothy Prickett Morgan

It may be hard to think of Oracle as a commercial Linux distributor, but whether the Linux purists like it or not, the company is still in the game, albeit in a slightly different way from other commercial Linux suppliers. This month, Oracle is banging the drum for its variant of Red Hat Enterprise Linux backed by Oracle support, dubbed Oracle Enterprise Linux and formerly known as Unbreakable Linux. READ MORE >

Novell Almost Profits on Rising Linux, Stabilizing NetWare
by Timothy Prickett Morgan

As Novell's financial results for its fiscal third quarter ended July 31 show, the company's partnership with Microsoft has certainly helped to prop up its revenues and profits for the quarter, and apparently so have some special bundles and pricing actions on the NetWare and Open Enterprise Server side of the Novell house. The end result is that Novell had sales of $243.1 million, up 3 percent, and reported a net loss of $3.4 million, considerably better than the $6.5 million net loss in the year ago quarter. READ MORE >


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Ubuntu Opens Up Development for LTS 8.04, Due in April 2008
by Timothy Prickett Morgan

On the heels of successive alpha releases for the future Ubuntu Linux distribution, Jono Bacon, the Ubuntu community manager that works with the Ubuntu community and Canonical, the commercial entity behind the popular variant of Debian Linux, announced its plans for 'Hardy Heron,' the next iteration of Ubuntu that will come with long-term support. READ MORE >


Consumers Create a Feedback Loop into IT
by Timothy Prickett Morgan

Sometimes, the corporate data centers of the world lead when it comes to the adoption of new information technologies, and sometimes they lag. And when IT is lagging, and a hot new technology is being picked up by tech-savvy consumers in their personal lives, it usually doesn't take long for these people, who are end users as far as their employers are concerned, bring that technology into the workplace. And that is where the IT organization's headaches begin. READ MORE >



 

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But Wait, There's More:

Novell Sets OES 2 Launch for September 26 . . . Mandriva Shows Off 3D Linux Graphics, Opens Benelux Unit . . . IBM Revamps Cell-Based Linux Blade Server . . . AMD Sets SSE5 Spec, Brags of 'Extended' Virtualization Support . . . Dell Sees Some Financial Improvement in Fiscal Q2 . . . .NET Apps, WebSphere Portal, and Linux Servers in the Same Sandbox . . .


 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Oracle Adds Features to Linux, Validates Configurations

Novell Almost Profits on Rising Linux, Stabilizing NetWare

Ubuntu Opens Up Development for LTS 8.04, Due in April 2008

Consumers Create a Feedback Loop into IT

But Wait, There's More:

Novell Sets OES 2 Launch for September 26 . . . Mandriva Shows Off 3D Linux Graphics, Opens Benelux Unit . . . IBM Revamps Cell-Based Linux Blade Server . . . AMD Sets SSE5 Spec, Brags of 'Extended' Virtualization Support . . . Dell Sees Some Financial Improvement in Fiscal Q2 . . . .NET Apps, WebSphere Portal, and Linux Servers in the Same Sandbox . . .


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