IBM rolls out spruced-up AIX, Unix/Linux clustering software
Posted on: 10/08/2002 04:08 PM

InfoWorld has posted two Linux related news stories:

IBM rolls out spruced-up AIX, Unix/Linux clustering software
IBM CONTINUES ITS cascade of mainframe-class technologies down onto its lower-end servers, announcing on Tuesday a new version of AIX 5L that can carry out workload balancing as well as new clustering software for managing clusters made up of Unix and Intel-based Linux servers.

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Lindows to court: "windows" is generic term
SOFTWARE MAKER LINDOWS.COM said Tuesday that it has filed for a summary judgment in its battle against Microsoft, claiming that the similarities between the Lindows and Windows names do not impede on Microsoft's copyrights since "windows" is a generic term for a type of software product.

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