||Subject:|| The Linux Line Vol IV No1 extra
||Date:|| Tue, 20 Jan 2004 16:28:08 -0500
January 20, 2004
Dear valued Open magazine subscriber:
As one of our subscribers interested in expanding Linux learning, we
are pleased to send you the January 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: Bill Zeitler, Senior Vice President and Group
Executive, IBM Systems Group, tells how Linux is changing the way that
governments and companies operate; Red Hat CEO Matthew Szulik talks about
the continued expansion of Red Hat into the global marketplace; SUSE
LINUX and IBM launch the Software Integration Center at the IBM Toronto
Lab; and Novell joins OSDL.
You'll also read about Red Hat Enterprise Linux V3 as the first
enterprise Linux platform to be certified by Free Standards Group on all LSB
Runtime Environment architectures; SteelEye's support of IBM ServeRAID;
how City University of New York has inked a deal for the largest IBM
eServer zSeries system ever purchased for a Linux workload; 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.
And check out The Prodigy, the young boy who symbolized the power of
open communities and IBM's commitment to Linux in an ad campaign last
fall. He returned to US national television during the National Football
League playoff game on Jan. 10th.The Prodigy has taken his message--that
Linux is open and growing--even further: "Linux is working," "Linux
solves problems," and "Linux is everywhere in the real world." View it at
All the best,
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