• Microsoft’s LinuxWorld booth attracts notice but not crowds

    LinuxWorld attendees are both impressed and disgusted that Microsoft is making its presence known at this year's conference. Some are pleased that the software giant has recognized that the Linux operating system is a viable competitor to Windows, but others feel Microsoft is only hoping to earn a...

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  • Microsoft goes deep into enemy territory

    LinuxWorld doesn't seem like the kind of place you'd expect to find Microsoft's designated Linux slayer. But there was Martin Taylor, in the middle of the action.

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  • LinuxWorld: Shock value gone from Microsoft presence

    Unix, not Windows, may be Linux's biggest foe when it comes to establishing a foothold inside the enterprise data center. Microsoft, meanwhile, remains public enemy No. 1 at LinuxWorld, but its presence isn't exactly drawing picket protests.

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  • LinuxWorld: Small vendors on right track with SMB focus

    Samba co-founder John H. Terpstra talked to SearchEnterpriseLinux.com about Linunx vendors' foray into the SMB arena.

    Jan Stafford2,910 pointsBadges:
  • LinuxWorld: Stronger I/O & VM coming soon to Linux, says OSDL’s Witham

    Tim Witham, CTO of Open Source Development Labs and a featured speaker at LinuxWorld, says the next Linux kernel will feature improved input/output and virtualization capabilities.

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  • LinuxWorld preview: New 2.6 kernel bringing new level of competition from Linux

    Experts headed to LinuxWorld this week offer their Linux predictions for the next six months, and gauge the operating system's growth during the past half year.

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  • LinuxWorld: Perens to get on desktop soapbox

    Linux advocate Bruce Perens doesn't seem to travel without his soapbox. This week, the open source pioneer and developer will be stumping for the Linux desktop and his UserLinux initiative at LinuxWorld Conference and Expo. During his State of Open Source address, Perens will tell attendees about...

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  • LinuxWorld: Sun boosts server power, fortifies Linux desktop

    Sun Microsystems has levied a salvo of Linux and server announcements to the masses with the hope of siphoning away some of the popularity of competitors IBM and HP.

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  • LinuxWorld: OpenLogic CTO says lock-in endangers open source, too; Windows’ GUI blocks Linux desktop

    Lack of support for open source apps remains a barrier to adoption, says OpenLogic Inc. CTO Ron Cope. In this interview, Cope discusses this and other open source issues, and talks about his company's announcements at this week's LinuxWorld conference.

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  • LinuxWorld: Managing mixed source software stacks

    Get a Linux architect's opinion of Vista and four tips on managing a data center's mix of open and closed source software stacks in this report on Russell Pavlicek's LinuxWorld workshop.

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