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Novell unveils Suse Linux 10

Novell has released SuSE Linux 10, aimed mainly at the consumer enthusiast market -- but also providing enterprise customers with a look at the technologies Novell could introduce in the next rev of the hardened enterprise-level OS. Novell was handin...

Mac violated by Windows XP

The competition to persuade Windows XP to boot on an Intel-based Mac, something Apple hasn't expressly disabled but certainly has not made easy, has been won by a pair of anonymous Californians.

Novell releases SP3 for SuSE Enterprise Linux

Novell has released Service Pack 3 for SuSE Enterprise Linux Server 9, which includes all security patches and bug fixes since SP2 -- of which there have been dozens -- as well as consolidating driver updates for both storage and network subsystems.

Linspire heads for the enterprise

Linspire, the Linux company formerly known as Lindows, is to release an enterprise version of its Linspire Desktop. It will be the company's first foray into the corporate market.

AMD puts pressure on Intel

AMD is keeping the pressure on Intel with the launch of three new models to its dual-core 64-bit Opteron portfolio, targeted respectively at high-end enterprise servers, workstations, and small servers and desktops, just five months after the initial...

Sun, AMD tighten the binding cord

Sun and AMD are to tighten their cooperation, focusing on the internals of AMD's flagship Opteron processor, according to Sun -- though AMD has yet to make a definitive statement on the matter. Instead, AMD said that the two already cooperate on both...

Apple in denial over security

Apple has shrugged off security concerns about its latest MacOS version, named Tiger, proving that it's not only leopards that don't change their spots.

Debian -- the Linux to rule them all?

Over the six months from July 2003, Debian has been the fastest growing Linux distribution according to Internet researcher Netcraft Ltd. Netcraft counted active sites containing the name of a Linux distribution in the Apache Corp. server header.

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