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AOL Now Reachable by Desktop Linux Users

Linspire today announced the availability of Internet dialer software that provides direct access to the Internet for desktop Linux users via AOL's dial-up ISP service. AOL, a subsidiary of Time Warner, is the world's largest ISP with 29.7 million AOL subscribers in the U.S. and Europe. The AOL Dial...

Acronis Announces Linux Disk Imaging Application

Storage-management software developer Acronis has announced release of its True Image Server for Linux 8.0, the industry's first native Linux disk imaging, backup and bare-metal restore application, the company said. The South San Francisco, California-based company also announced release of a new v...

IBM Pushes New Software Development Tech

At the Rational Software Development User Conference yesterday, IBM revealed its plans for new capabilities expected to be available in the IBM Software Development Platform by the end of 2004. According to the company, the new software development technologies will help organizations automate their...

Dell Ships First Computers with Desktop Linux

Through a partnership with Questar, a PC distributor, Dell has introduced a line of Linux-based desktop computers in Europe. Each computer will be shipped by Dell and preinstalled with the English or Italian version of the Linspire 4.5 Linux-based operating system. Each PC will include Dell's gold t...

Novell Targets .NET Developers with Mono 1.0

Novell has announced availability of the first full-point release of Mono, an open-source development platform based on Microsoft's .NET framework. The software is designed to help developers build cross-platform applications that are compatible with .NET services. "Even as Linux grows on enterprise...

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