||To:||"firstname.lastname@example.org" <email@example.com>||Subject:|| The Linux Line extra
||Date:|| Mon, 17 Nov 2003 21:36:50 -0500
November 17, 2003
Dear valued Open magazine subscriber:
As one of our subscribers interested in expanding Linux learning, we
are pleased to send you the November issue of IBM's Linux
magazine-on-the-Web, The Linux Line. Whether you're interested in tutorials on how to
capitalize on the capabilities of Linux software or seeking IT
assessments, The Linux Line, like Open, is a useful roadmap for following Linux
as it continues taking the IT world by storm.
In this month's issue, you'll read about the latest developments in
Linux and other open source adoptions in Germany in an interview with
Walter Raizner, Country General Manager for IBM Germany; the Red Hat, IBM
relationship in a Red Hat interview with Jim Stallings, IBM General
Manager for Linux; the Novell announcement about an agreement to acquire
SUSE LINUX with a $50m investment from IBM; and Red Hat's release of Red
Hat 9 for the open source community as part of Project Fedora.
You'll also read about IBM's new content-management software, which
includes DB2 Content Manager for Linux; shell scripting techniques,
according to Linux developer Spence Murray; setting up Zebra, open source
TCP/IP routing software; and more.
It's waiting for you! Just point your browser to
or download a printer-friendly PDF at
We hope you enjoy your subscription to The Linux Line.
All the best,
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