|Ghostscript, Ghostview and GSview||http://www.cs.wisc.edu/~ghost||Archive and index for all information on Ghostscript tools, sources and binaries.|
|Integrated Computer Solutions||http://www.ics.com||Visual development tools for Linux and other platforms.|
|Active State Tool Corporation||Com||www.activestate.com||Ports and distributes open source Perl to MS Windows 32-bit platforms and sells Perl development tools for MS platforms.|
|Amazon.com||Com||www.amazon.com||General WWW discount retailer. Sells lots of books and software CDs on open source software|
|AOL Netscape||Com||www.netscape.com, www.mozilla.org||Open (Mozilla/Communicator) source browser, E-mail, and groupware browser/client. Commercial servers that run on Linux.|
|Apache Digital Corporation||Com||www.apache.com||Provides custom and high-performance computer systems based on Intel and Alpha architecture MPUs. OSes supported include Linux.|
|Appgen Business Software, Inc.||Com||www.appgen.com||4GL & accounting software for small and midsize businesses. Linux????|
|Applied Information Systems -- AIS||Com||www.ais.com||Offers a commercial spreadsheet – XESS – for Linux, UNIX, VMS< etc.|
|Arena Web Browser Project||Com||www.yggdrasil.com/Products/Arena||"Arena is a
graphical web browser consisting entirely of free software. Its origins
predate proprietary packages such as Netscape Navigator, Microsoft Internet
Explorer and Mosaic. It is the source of a number of innovations which
have since been copied by other web browsers, such as HTML tables and style
Arena has been created at the World Wide Web Consortium as a test bed browser for HTML3.0 and CSS1. Although it has not full implementation of CSS1 and HTML3.2, Arena continues to be a very useful tool for experimenting with and promoting style sheets. Now Yggdrasil Computing and the free software community are turning Arena into a full-featured free alternative to proprietary browsers."
|Atipa Linux Solutions||Com||www.atipa.com||Compaq Alpha-based computers integrated with a variety of Linux types.|
|Balsa E-mail client development||Com||www.balsa.net/main.html||Balsa E-mail client for GNOME|
|Bastille Linux Development||Com||www.bastille-linux.org||Bastille-Linux development, started 1999-6-15 – Developing a secure Linux Systems – sponsored by Red Hat and SANS Institute (www.sans.org).|
|Borders Books||Com||www.borders.com||Bookstores & online book sales. Sells lots of books on open source software.|
|Brainstorm Technologies Corporation – BSTC: Woven Goods for Linux Home Page||Com||www.bstc.net, rtfm.bstc.net||Linux resources
index. Excellent pointers to documentation.
BSTC is a systems integrator that exclusively uses Linux in solutions.
|Bynari Systems||Com||www.bynari.com||Sell & support Linux- and Apache-based WWW and E-commerce systems|
|C DeGroot||Com||www.cdegroot.com/oses||Open Source Educational Software Web Site|
|Caldera||Com||www.caldera.com||Commercial Linux distribution|
|CheapBytes||Com||www.cheapbytes.com||Distributor of Linux, open source and other software CDs|
CiTec – Creative and Intelligent Technology
is a super-browser. It displays SGML, XML, HTML and much more. The architecture
is based on open vendor independent standards assembled into a collection
of modular components called MultiDoc Engine (MDE). MDE will extend the
function of standard web technology into XML, SGML, and HyTime applications
"The Mozilla browser will be used as the basis for our new super-browser. The starting point is excellent: the Mozilla browser will be the fastest Web browser ever, giving 100% support for a lot of cool things like HTML, Document Object Model and Cascading Style Sheets. As our current browser Multidoc Pro is also really, really fast, you can bet that DocZilla will be a real killer!"
Alphas are available for Linux and NT.
|CMP Publications InformationWeek||Com||www.informationweek.com, www.informationweek.com/center/linux||Linux news and resources on the Internet.|
|CNET Builder.com||Com||builder.cnet.com/Programming/Perl/ss05.html, www.builder.com||Index of Perl resources.|
|Cobalt Networks||Com||www.cobaltnetworks.com||Hardware appliances ????|
|Codeweavers||Com||www.codeweavers.com, www.codeweavers.com/twine/index.shtml||Twine stands
for TWIN - Experimental.It also stands for Trial-Wine. It is a toolkit
that brings together the best of Willows TWIN and Wine to provide a single
library for porting Windows applications to Linux and other operating systems.
Twine is an open source library released under the terms of the GNU Library
Public License (LGPL).
CodeWeavers brings alternate operating system market opportunities to Windows software vendors through software development and support services. The cornerstone of this effort is Twine, a combination of open source software libraries which enable developers to quickly and easily port Windows applications to run under Linux and other alternate operating systems. This allows Windows developers to take advantage of recent Linux opportunities.
|Compag||Com||www.compaq.com||DEC Alpha and port of Linux & 64-bits, and common ABI across UNIX and Linux|
|Computer Associates||Com||www.cai.com||Ingres II for Slackware, Debian, SUSE, RedHat 5.1; Unicenter TNG & Framework for SUSE Linux; Unicenter TNG & Framework to Red Hat Linux|
|Corel Corporation||Com||www.corel.com||Corel announced
WordPerfect Office 2000 for Linux by the end of 1999. This will include
WordPerfect 9, Quattro® Pro 9 and Corel Presentations™ 9.
They are targeting release of CorelDRAW® 9, Corel PHOTO-PAINT®
9 and Corel VENTURA™ for Linux in 1000..
Developing an easy to use desktop distribution of Linux. Supports the WINE project (www.winehq.com).
|Custom Solutions Software||Com||www.cs-software.com||Adapts and sells a version of the Fortran 77 compiler for Linux.|
|Cyclades||Com||www.cyclades.com||Multiport cards and routers for Linux systems|
|Cyclic Software||Com||www.cyclic.com||Source code control system with open source – CVS. Maintainer of CVSr|
|Cygnus Solutions||Com||www.cygnus.com||Linux & GNU custom development & support|
|Cygnus Sourceware||Com||sourceware.cygnus.com||Source site for open source software developed by Cygnus & Cygnus employees. They have trademarked the term "Sourceware".|
|Cygwin Project||Com||sourceware.cygnus.com/cygwin, www.cygnus.com||Project to create a GNU library DLL to run all GNU, GCC, and GCC compiled applications on Windows 32 platforms (Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT). In brief, this gives NT users access to many open source applications.|
|Datapower||Com||www.datapower.com, lhd.datapower.com||Maintains a database of hardware that supports Linux with user comments and ratings|
|Debian||Com||www.debian.org||Not for profit Linux distribution. Dedicated to the Linux user who is a Linux source code hacker.|
|Dell Computers||Com||www.dell.com||Linux-based PC systems|
|Digital Creations||Com||www.digitalcool.com, www.zope.org||Web site and E-commerce development ZOPE () OODBMS (which they developed)|
|Digital Domain||Com||www.digitaldomain.com, linuxjournal.com:82/cgi-bin/frames.pl/lj-issues/issue46/2494.html||Used Linux computers in the making of special effects for Titanic.|
|Digital Garage, The||Com||www.digitalgarage.com, www.zope.org||Prepress, multimedia, and WWW development services. Develops of ZOPE.|
|eCOS – Embedded Cygnus OS||Com||www.cygnus.com/ecos/index.html||Open source
"This sourceware distribution lets you to "try before you buy". Included are all of the necessary sources from which to build the eCos development kit - both Linux and Windows versions. The Linux version has been tested under Red Hat Linux 5.1 and works under most Linux variants. The Windows version has been tested under Microsoft Windows NT 4.0, and also works under Windows 95 and Windows 98."
|Empress||Com||www.empress.com||Embedded systems RDBMS for Linux.|
|Enhanced Software Technologies||Com||www.estinc.com||BRU backup and restore utility for Linux|
|Erlang Systems||Com||www.erlang.se/info||"Erlang/OTP is a development and run-time software platform for building and running telecom and other complex control systems. Its main advantages is within non-stop reliability, fail-over, redundancy and distributed systems in a heterogeneous environment. Apart from the platform Erlang/OTP, there is an increasing number of add-ons for specific areas: High Availability Computer Telephony; Robust server clusters"|
|Eversys Corporation||Com||www.eversys.com||multiprocessor Linux systems|
|Executive PC Internet||Com||www.execpc.com||ExecPC Internet is a member of the Voyager.net group of companies, serving the Wisconsin and Illinois regions. starting as a BBS in 1983, ExecPC grew to become the World's largest BBS by the time it entered the Internet market in 1994. It had grown to become the Midwest's largest ISP at the time of its acquisition in 1998. Hosts & maintains the Linux Software Map database.|
|FairCom||Com||www.faircom.com||Database software for embedded application developers|
|FatBrain.com (nee Computer Literacy Bookstores)||Com||www.fatbrain.com||Technical bookseller that sells a lot of books on open source topics.|
|Freshmeat.net||Com||freshmeat.net||Clearinghouse for new open source software releases.|
|GCC Project Home Page||Com||egcs.cygnus.com||"If you were
looking for the EGCS project, you found the right place; GCC development
is now reunited and the former egcs team is now responsible for GCC releases."
"In April 1999, the EGCS steering committee was appointed by the FSF as the official GNU maintainer for GCC. At that time GCC was renamed from the "GNU C Compiler" to the "GNU Compiler Collection".
|Geek Cruises||Com||www.geekcruises.com||Cruise tours in Alaska featuring classes on such topics as Perl programming and other Open source topics.|
|Global Knowledge||Com||www.globalknowledge.com, www.mindfire.com||Technical training company that has an alliance with Red Hat for training on Linux.. Provides courses in their classrooms, onsite, and interactive CD.|
|Groupe Bull Software||Com||www.bullsoft.com||Has developed and distributes an open source version of open source version of Enterprise Java Beans – EJB TM.|
|Hardware Canada Computing – HCC||Com||www.hcc.ca/netwinder||Netwinder tabletop and rack mount server appliances for WWW server or group server.|
|Hewlett-Packard Company||Com||www.hp.com, internetsolutions.enterprise.hp.com/linux||Investment in Red Hat (www.redhat.com).|
|Hungry Programmers||Com||www.hungry.com, www.lesstif.org, www.japhar.org, www.sqrl.org,||Original developers of the open source products, including: Motif clone – Lesstif; the GNOME word processor – GWP (http://terror.hungry.com/products/gwp); Japhar – Java 1.1 JVM clone; JavaCVS – a CVS server and client written entirely in Java; and the Y Window System – a replacement for th X Windows System. The sell T-shirts and|
|IBM||Com||www.ibm.com, www.whistle.com||Sells servers with Apache (www.apache.org); DB2 for Linux. Owns Whistle communications.|
|InfoMagic||Com||www.infomagic.com||Publisher and distributor of open source CDs.|
|Informix||Com||www.informix.com||RDBMS for Linux.|
|InfoWorld||Com||www.infoworld.com, www.infoworld.com/cgi-bin/displayTC.pl?/97poy.supp.htm||In 1997, gave the Linux community award for Product of the Year, Best Technical Support.|
|Inprise Corporation (nee Borland; also includes InterBase)||Com||www.inprise.com||Java products for Linux, in development, include EJB (Enterprise Java Beans) Server, JBuilder, JDataStore – a DBMS written entirely in Java.|
|InterBase Software Corporation (Inprise Corporation, nee Borland)||Com||www.interbase.com, www.inprise.com||RDBMS for embedded application that runs on Linux.|
|International Gnome Support Development & Distribution||Com||www.gnome-support.com||Support for international versions of GNOME (www.gnome.org).|
|Investment Intelligence Systems Group||Com||www.wingz.com||Family of object-oriented spreadsheet and application generators (Wingz). They are developing a version for Linux.|
|Just Linux||Com||www.justlinux.com||Linux portal that allows personal customization.|
|Kleiner Perkins Caulfield & Byer||Com||www.kpcb.com||VC firm that has invested in LinuxCare and other companies whose products or services are based on open source.|
|Kuck & Associates, Inc. – KAI||Com||www.kai.com||ISO conformant C++ compiler for Linux, UNIX platforms & NT.|
|Linux Applications||Com||www.linuxapps.com||Provides abstracts and links to open source applications for Linux.|
|Linux Box||Com||www.linuxbox.com, www.masslinux.com||WWW hosting. Free hosting for GNU and open source developers|
|Linux Central||Com||www.linuxcentral.com||Catalog sales of Linux and other open source software, books and products|
|Linux Games||Com||www.linuxgames.com||Information and index of resources of Linux games and advanced GUI stuff.|
|Linux Information Headquarters||Com||www.linuxhq.com||Index of, and information on, Linux resources.|
|Linux Journal Magazine – , Linux Gazette – – Linux periodical publisher||Com||www.linuxjournal.com, www.linuxgazette.com, www.linuxresources.com||Linux publications and indexes to Internet resources|
|Linux Mall||Com||www.linuxmall.com||E-mall of Linux & open source products|
|Linux Mama||Com||www.linuxmama.com||Unofficial Linux patches cache.|
|Linux Online||Com||www.linux.org||Indexes Linux resources.|
|Linux World||Com||www.linuxworld.com, www.linuxworldexpo||Magazine publisher; host of LinuxWorldExpo – Linux industry conference.|
|LinuxPPC||Com||www.linuxppc.org||Develop, distribute and further the success of Linux on PowerPC (PPC) chips, including the Apple, IBM, and Motorola version of systems built on same.|
|LinuxToday||Com||www.linuxtoday.com, linuxpr.com||Publisher of LinuxToday and distributor of Linux PR Wire.|
|Lotus Development Corporation (IBM)||Com||www.lotus.com, esuite.lotus.com, www.ibm.com||eSuite is offered
for Linux and many other platforms.
eSuite WorkPlace is a set of, fast, easy-to-use business tools for end users that are distributed from a central server.
WorkPlace includes a complete set of business productivity applets including spreadsheet, word processor, and presentation graphics.
eSuite DevPack is a set of Java-based components that can be used as modular building blocks to quickly and easily create interactive and dynamic Web applications that are accessible via standard Web browsers. The DevPack includes the following components; calculating grid, rich text processor, chart library, screen show and data access utilities like SQL/JDBC, and CGI gateway; plus sample applications, utilities, and developer documentation.
|MajorDomo (Great Circle Associates)||Com||www.greatcircle.com/majordomo||Developer and distributor of the open source E-mail list management software, MajorDomo. Alan Schwartz, of Great Circle Associates is the author of MajorDomo and a book on the topic – Managing Mailing Lists (http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/156592259X/greatcircleassoc/002-3461498-2034458)|
|MajorDomo E-mail List Service||Com||www.majordomo.com, www.sparklist.com||Provides E-mail list capability at a price using the open source E-mail list management software, MajorDomo|
|MandrakeSoft||Com||www.mandrakesoft.com, www.linux-mandrake.com||Linux distribution.|
|Mass Linux||Com||enoch.masslinux.com||Enoch distribution of Linux – just starting as of 1999-07-17. Enoch is intended to be optimized for Intel x86 (Pentium, Pentium+, Pentium II, Pentium III, and clone processors (e.g., AMD K6). Build exclusively uses PGCC.|
|MaxSpeed||Com||www.maxspeed.com||Multi-console thin-client servers providing X or Windows desktop emulation with only a standard PC, mouse, video, and keyboard|
|Metro Link||Com||www.metrolink.com||Motif for either x86 or Alpha Linux|
|Microway||Com||www.microway.com||High-performance Alpha-based workstations running Linux, Beowulf using either Alpha or Intel, PVM, and scientific and engineering applications.|
|M-Tech, Canada||Com||www.m-tech.ab.ca/linux-biz||Commercial network security products that run on and protect Linux, UNIX, NT, OS/2, etc. They also track commercial business sites that use Linux.|
|Network Associates Inc.||Com||www.nai.com||Develop and sell PGP and TIS Gauntlet Firewall, each based on open source|
|Network Concierge||Com||www.nc4u.com||Sells CDs and integrated systems (including LANs and WAN connectivity) that run Linux, Samba, Sendmail, Apache, firewalls, VPNs, etc.|
|O’Reilly & Associates||Com||www.oreilly.com, conferences.oreilly.com||Publisher of many books on Linux and open source and open systems software & networking; also hosts conferences and software development of open source software|
|OpenSourceIT.com||Com||www.opensourceit.com, www.earthweb.com||Directory and information about open source resources on the Internet.|
|Oracle RDBMS for Linus||Com||www.oracle.com||Oracle 8I is shipping for Linux.|
|Pacific HiTech||Com||www.turbolinux.com||Commercial Linux distribution featuring special server, clustering and WWW configurations|
|Patzschke + Rasp GmbH||Com||www.prs.de||VisualGYPSY, a multiplatform, drag ‘n’ drop GUI builder for Tcl/Tk|
|Penguin Computing||Com||www.penguincomputing.com||High performance rack mount & 8-way Linux systems, RAID|
|Perforce Software, Inc.||Com||www.perforce.com||SCM for software distribution; runs multiplatform (including Linux as server) and supports multiplatform (including Linux. UNIX, Mac), even across the Internet|
|Perl Journal, The||Com||www.itknowledge.com/tpj||Periodical on Perl development, availability and scripting.|
|Perl.com||Com||www.perl.com||Hosted by O’Reilly & Associates, for whom Larry Wall, the inventor of PERL writes many books.|
|Perltraining.com||Com||www.perltraining.com||Joseph N. Hall’s marketing site for Perl training.|
|Portland Group||Com||www.pgroup.com||Parallelizing C & FORTRAN compilers for Linux, UNIX and NT.|
|PostgreSQL, Inc.||Com||www.postgresql.com, www.postgresql.org||Provide maintenance & support for PostgreSQL ORDBMS|
|Precision Insight||Com||www.precisioninsight.com||"XBF X Servers
are fully accelerated, fully featured X Servers which are released in binary
only format; no source code is released with these X Servers. Red Hat Inc.
has funded the development of all of the XBF X Servers produced by Precision
"XFCom X servers are also released in binary only format with no source code. These X Servers have been released with full source code to the internal XFree86 development group, and are scheduled to be released as standard X Servers on the next regular release of XFree86. Some of these X Servers may be in BETA stage, while others may have been fully tested and verified under specific hardware. The documentation which is included with each X Server will explain the details for specific cases. "
"Precision Insight is developing a Direct Rendering Infrastructure for use with XFree86 and MESA. This infrastructure will bring 3D features and performance to the PC which were previously only available on expensive workstations. "
|Prentice Hall||Com||www.prentice-hall.com||Commercial book publisher who sells open source books and software.|
|Progress Software||Com||www.progress.com||Has ported their commercial 4GL and RDBMS to Linux|
|Red Hat||Com||www.redhat.com||Commercial Linux distribution|
|SAL -- Scientific Applications on Linux||Com||sal.kachinatech.com/sal1.shtml||Listing of
open source and commercial scientific, engineering and programming (CASE)
software for Linux. The open source entries far outnumber the commercial,
and this is a fairly exhaustive listing.
SAL is mirrored, worldwide!
Unusually thorough & up-to-date list of office, word processing, desktop publishing, spreadsheet, and database systems software for Linux. The name is, therefore, quite misleading.
|Science Server LLC||Com||scienceserver.orionsci.com||Information retrieval application on open source platforms|
|Scriptics Corporation||Com||www.scriptics.com||TclPro toolkit for Tcl/Tk programming – Ousterhut, the inventor of Tcl/Tk is the founder.|
|Sendmail, Inc.||Com||www.sendmail.com, www.sendmail.org||Open source and commercial E-mail server|
|Silicon Graphics, Inc. – SGI||Com||www.sgi.com||SGI support Samba development. Samba is used in their IRIX (UNIX) servers.|
|Software AG||Com||www.softwareag.com||Adabase D for Linux|
|Star Division GmBH, Star Division Software Corporation (US)||Com||www.stardivision.com||StarOffice suite for Linux; non-commercial & student version available for free|
|Sun Microsystems||Com||www.sun.com,||Investor in Red Hat (www.redhat.com).|
|SUSE||Com||www.suse.de||Commercial Linux distribution.|
|Sybase||Com||www.sybase.com||Adaptive Server RDBMS for Linux|
|T.c.X MySQL||Com||www.mysql.com, www.tcx.se||Multi-user, multi-threaded SQL database server. For Unix and OS/2 platforms, MySQL is free. For Microsoft platforms you must get a license after the 30day trial period|
|The Green Witch||Com||www.greenwitch.com||Internet radio and music, using Icecast open source MP3 streaming.|
|The Linux Store (subsidiary of Ebiz Enterprises)||Com||www.thelinuxstore.com||Hardware and software for Linux.|
|Tripwire||Com||www.tripwire.com, www.tripwire.org||Open source, system & data integrity software.|
|Troll Tech & Qt Free Edition Web Page||Com||www.troll.no,||"Troll Tech
AS is a computer software company. We provide software development tools
and libraries, as well as expert consultancy services."
Our flagship product is Qt, the multi-platform, C++ Graphical User Interfaces toolkit. Qt enables you to build professional, efficient,
portable and maintainable GUI applications quickly and easily."
"The Free Edition is the Qt for Unix/X11 library, licensed for development of free/Open Source software. It includes the complete source code. It is released under the QPL Open Source license."
"Troll Tech was founded in 1994. The core team of designers at Troll Tech started developing Qt in 1992, and since then Qt has steadily expanded and improved. The first commercial version of Qt was in 1995. Since then, Troll Tech has experienced rapid growth, and Qt is currently used in hundreds of successful software development projects world wide. "
|Tucows LinuxBerg.com||Com||www.tucows.com, www.linuxberg.com||Application source and binary distribution for Linux|
|VA Linux Systems (nee VA Research)||Com||www.varesearch.com, www.valinux.com, www.linux.com||Hardware manufacturer of high-performance Linux servers, notebook computers, workstations, peripherals and mass storage subsystems, and rack-mount systems.|
|Walnut Creek CD ROM||Com||www.cdrom.com||Slackware and other open source code software on CD-ROM.|
|Whistle Communications||Com||www.whistle.com||Whistle manufactures
and sells the InterJet server, which is a turnkey Internet (router, firewall,
WWW, E-mail) and office (file and print through Samba) server based on
Whistle has been purchased by IBM (www.ibm.com).
Whistle products are sold by VARs, distributors and ISPs, worldwide.
|White Pine Software||Com||www.wpine.com||Has ported their commercial version of CUSeeMe interactive video conferencing (over the Internet) software to Linux.|
|WilberWorks, Inc.||Com||www.wilberworks.com||Support & distribution of GIMP|
|Willows Software||Com||www.willows.com||Open source windows emulator for Linux & UNIX. The Willows TWIN libraries are both a set of native platform libraries and an emulator program to emulate the Microsoft Win32 API. The emulator program allows executing Windows binary programs on supported Unix (and Linux) platforms, on native Intel x86 processors, and through the built-in instruction set interpreter. The native libraries allow programmers to natively build Win32 and MFC applications from source code.|
|WorkGroup Solutions, Inc.||Com||www.wgi.com||Develop and support The Linux Pro distribution, and pre-packaged Linux and Apache systems.|
|Xi Graphics, Inc.||Com||www.xigraphics.com||Commercial X Server software for Linux and Unix.|
|Xtreme Machines (division of Paralogic, Inc.)||Com||www.xtreme-machines.com, www.plogic.com||Supercomputers based on Beowulf Linux clustering technology|
|Ziff-Davis Publishing||Com||www.zdstudios.com/opensource/index.html||Trade conference on open source computing|
|Linux Kernel Patch Archive||Com?||linux-patches.rock-projects.com||Latest unofficial Linux kernel patches.|
|Linux Support Line||Com?||www.linuxsupportline.com||Telephone support for Linux & open source problems.|
|Perl & XML Education, Development & Distribution||Com?||www.perlxml.com||Site offers scripts (Perl source code) and documents that relate to the use of Perl with XML|
|Ring Server Open Lab||Com?||openlab.ring.gr.jp||open source applications for many OSes and environments|
|Walt Disney Studios||Consum||www.disney.com, www.lionking.org||Uses Apache WWW servers|
|3DLinux.org||Non-Com||3dlinux.org||Index and information about 3D applications for Linux.|
|AfterStep||Non-Com||www.afterstep.org||Window manager for X windows with the look and feel of the NeXTStep interface.|
|Altara Open Network||Non-Com||www.altara.org||HQed in Atlanta, GA. Open research group investigating the application of open technologies to real world problems. Operates research laboratory for the evaluation of open technologies. Home of the Altara Project – developing a distributed computing platform that will service earth's communication needs in the next millennium.|
|Apache Group, The||Non-Com||www.apache.org||Development and distribution of Apache. Apache is an outgrowth of HTTPD. It’s a WWW server that runs on all UNIX platforms, Linux, and NT.|
|Comprehensive TeX Archive Network||Non-Com||tug2.cs.umb.edu/ctan||Archival storage of TeX, LaTeX, and Metfont source, binaries, information and Internet resource links. See: TUG (in this listing) for more information|
|Corporate Linux Advocate Home Page||Non-Com||www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Haven/6087||Tracks the commercial progress of Linux.|
|CPAN – Comprehensive Perl Archive Network||Non-Com||www.cpan.org||Development and distribution of open source PERL language processors, libraries and scripts including WWW scripts.|
|Debian Organization||Non-Com||www.debian.org||Debian Linux software distribution for the true Linux hacker|
is dedicated to freely distributable source code for data recovery, disk
editing and file systems. "
"This is principally a site for DEVELOPERS and not for USERS looking to fix their hard disks. Certainly some applications listed here can help users recover things, repair partition tables for example, but those programs generally require much patience and understanding."
"There are only a few file system drivers and a general disk I/O library for WINDOWS -- there are no WINDOWS/FAT32 applications here. Most of the stuff indexed here is for DOS and Linux."
|DPU Group||Non-Com||http://www.diskwarez.com/dpu.htm||The DPU is a consortium of software writers, publishers and hackers (well, hacks anyway) who find the ever increasing on-line debates over software "ownership" and "intellectual property rights" confusing at the least, and disgusting at the worst. Together, the DPU Group drafted the DPU Manifesto to bring a candle of light into the morass of darkness that the Vocal Phew are trying to envelope us in."|
|Eddie Project||Non-Com||www.eddieware.org/index.html||"Eddie is an
Open Source TM project and a set of high availability cluster applications
to be used when building robust and scalable server farms. Eddie is an
Open Source initiative initiated by Ericsson and currently consists of
four components: IP Migration Application; Load-balancing DNS Server ;
Intelligent HTTP Gateway ; Content Replication Application."
"The first three components have been released for Linux as Beta packages. They have been developed and tested on a LAN running six standard RedHat 5.0 hosts (PII, 96MB RAM, 100Mb/s Ethernet). The plan is to remove the beta label and to release a Solaris version real soon. Stay tuned for an NT version."
"All Eddie configuration is done using Apache style configuration files and a set of O&M commands.
"Eddie has been written using Erlang, a functional language developed by Ericsson. Erlang itself has recently been released
as Open Source. "
|Erlang Functional Programming Language||Non-Com||www.erlang.org, www.erlang.se/info||"Erlang is a programming language designed at the Ericsson Computer Science Laboratory. Open-source Erlang is being released to help encourage the spread of Erlang outside Ericsson."|
|Expect Home Page||Non-Com||expect.nist.gov||Expect is a scripting tool for automating interactive applications such as telnet, ftp, passwd, fsck, rlogin, tip, etc. It is also useful for testing these same applications. And, by adding Tk, you can also wrap interactive applications in X11 GUIs. Expect is open source and available for UNIX, Linux and MS Windows.|
|File Watcher||Non-Com||www.filewatcher.org||Keeps track of new files (especially open source) available on the net.|
|Free Practice Management Development||Non-Com||www.freepm.org||Project to develop a free, open source physicians practice management suite.|
|Free Software Foundation -- FSF||Non-Com||www.gnu.org, www.fsf.org||The Free Software Foundation is a tax-exempt charity that raises funds for work on the GNU Project (www.GNU.org).|
|FreeBSD Development||Non-Com||www.freebsd.org||Open source UNIX look-alike, that closely resembles BSD UNIX.|
|FreeBSD Handbook||Non-Com||http://www.cs.berkeley.edu:80/~bks/freebsd-2.2.7/handbook/handbook.html||Free documentation for FreeBSD.|
|FreeCiv Web Site||Non-Com||www.freeciv.org||FreeCiv is a multiplayer strategy game, released under the GNU General Public License. It is generally comparable with Civilization II ®, published by Microprose ®.|
|FreeMoney Project, The||Non-Com||http://www.aaronsrod.com/freemoney||"Mission of the FreeMoney Project is to produce a GPL-licensed integrated small business double-entry accounting system for Linux or compatible un*x. To facilitate maximum code reuse, customizability and extensibility, FreeMoney will be modularly designed using the object-oriented facilities of Perl 5."|
|FreeType Project, The||Non-Com||www.freetype.org||The FreeType
engine is a free, open source and portable (Microsoft) TrueType font rendering
engine. It has been developed to provide TT support to a great variety
of platforms (other than Microsoft’s) and environments.
FreeType is a library. It is not a font server for your favorite platform, even though it was designed to be used in many of them. Its purpose is simply to open and manage font files, as well as load, hint and render individual glyphs efficiently. You can also see it as a "TrueType driver" for a higher-level library, though rendering text with it is easy, as demonstrated by the test programs.
|GIMP Development||Non-Com||www.gimp.org||Open source GNU Image Manipulation Program|
|GNOME Development||Non-Com||www.gnome.org||Open source – GNOME – GNU Object Model Environment -- Desktop manager for X Windows & Linux|
|GNU Emacs Development||Non-Com||www.emacs.org||Emacs development support|
|GNU Fortran Compiler Development & Distribution||Non-Com||world.std.com/~burley/g77.html||GNU open source
version of Fortran compiler.
(GNU – GNU’s Not UNIX)
|Non-Com||www.gnu.org||GNU is a program to develop a working UNIX clone OS. It’s beginning predates the development of the Linux kernel. When required GNU sub-projects and distribution are funded by FSF (www.fsf.org).|
|GNU Windowmaker||Non-Com||www.windowmaker.org||Development & distribution of the GNU Window manager for X11.|
|GNUStep Development||Non-Com||www.gnustep.org||GNU’s open source, object oriented development framework that follows the NeXT OpenStep specification.|
|GTK (GIMP Toolkit) Development||Non-Com||www.gtk.org||GNU’s open source GIMP Toolkit – GNU GUI toolkit|
|GUILE Development||Non-Com||www.guile.org/guile||GNU’s open source Guile – GNU Scheme-based scripting language|
|HyperNews Development & Distribution||Non-Com||www.hypernews.org||Open source WWW-based computer conferencing system – similar to Net News, but allows HTML as message format and is constrained to a web site.|
|Icecast.org||Non-Com||www.icecast.org||Development & distribution of open source, MP3, streaming audio.|
|IESG – Internet Engineering Steering Group||Non-Com||www.ietf.org/iesg.html||Group of engineers responsible for directing the IETF.|
|IETF – Internet Engineering Task Force||Non-Com||www.ietf.org||Engineering standards body that develops all Internet standards, protocols and open source reference implementations.|
|InterMix BBS Development & Distribution||Non-Com||www.intermix.org||Open source BBS software system for the WWW.|
|Internet Software Consortium||Non-Com||www.isc.org||Nonprofit corporation dedicated to developing and maintaining production quality Open Source reference implementations of core Internet protocols. ISC efforts are supported by the donations of generous sponsors, and by revenue from support contracts and other client services.|
|ISC BIND||Non-Com||www.isc.org/view.cgi?/products/BIND/index.phtml||BIND (Berkeley
Internet Name Domain) is an open source implementation of the Domain Name
System (DNS) protocols and provides an openly redistributable reference
implementation of the major components of the Domain Name System, including:
Domain Name System server (named) ; Domain Name System resolver library
tools for verifying the proper operation of the DNS server
The BIND DNS Server is used on the vast majority of name serving machines on the Internet, providing a robust and stable architecture on top of which an organization's naming architecture can be built. The resolver library included in the BIND distribution provides the standard APIs for translation between domain names and Internet addresses and is intended to be linked with applications requiring name service.
|ISC DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol||Non-Com||www.isc.org/view.cgi?/products/DHCP/index.phtml||DHCP is an
open source suite that allows client computers to obtain reusable IP addresses
from the network. Provides a freely redistributable reference implementation
of all aspects of the DHCP protocol, through a suite of DHCP tools: DHCP
server; DHCP client; DHCP relay agent .
These tools all use a modular API which is designed to be sufficiently general that it can easily be made to work on POSIX-compliant operating systems and also non-POSIX systems like Windows NT and MacOS. Server, client and relay agent are provided both as reference implementations of the protocol and as working, fully-featured sample implementations. Both the client and the server provide functionality that, while not strictly required by the protocol, is very useful in practice. The DHCP server also makes allowances for non-compliant clients which one might still like to support.
|ISC INN -- InterNetNews||Non-Com||www.isc.org/view.cgi?/products/INN/index.phtml||INN is an open source Net News reader that implements NNTP. INN is the package originally written by Rich Salz. ISC took over development of INN in 1996.|
|Jade – James DSSSL Engine||Non-Com||www.jclark.com/jade||Jade is an open source implementation of the DSSSL style language.|
|Japhar Development & Distribution||Non-Com||www.japhar.org, www.hungry.com||Portable, open source Java interpreter (JVM) licensed according to LGPL.|
|Java Linux||Non-Com||www.blackdown.org||Development, distribution and education for Java on Linux|
|Jitterbug Development & Distribution||Non-Com||jitterbug.samba.org||JitterBug is
a web based bug tracking system. Originally developed by the Samba Team
to handle bug tracking, problem reports and queries from Samba users. Now
available under the GNU General Public License in the hope that it will
be useful for
JitterBug operates by receiving bug reports via email or a web form. Authenticated users can then reply to the message, move it between different categories or add notes to it. In some ways JitterBug is like a communal web based email system.
|K Desktop Environment Development & Distribution||Non-Com||www.kde.org||Opens source window manager for Linux|
|Lesstif Development & Distribution||Non-Com||www.lesstif.org – Lesstif open source Motif clone||Open source clone of Motif. used with most Linux distributions. Motif ® is the industry standard GUI based on X11 (X windows)that was originated by The Open Group (www.opengroup.org. Motif was not open source and was only available for high-licensing fees.|
|LilyPond Development & Distribution||Non-Com||www.lilypond.org||GNU open source LilyPond Music Typesetter|
|Linbot||Non-Com||starship.python.net/crew/marduk/linbot||Open source site management tool for webmasters. Provides an HTML interface, and is written in Python (www.python.org).|
|LinuPower.org||Non-Com||www.linuxpower.com, www.linupower.org||Online articles, and Internet resource index about and for Linux and other open source topics.|
|Linux Center||Non-Com||www.linux-center.org||Index of Linux resources on the Internet.|
|Linux Documentation Project||Non-Com||metalab.unc.edu/LDP||Online and downloadable documentation of ho to install, configure, get application software for, program, and run Linux.|
|Industry consortium, headed by Jon Maddog Hall, whose purpose is to further the goals, success and distribution of Linux.|
|Linux Kernel Archives Development & Distribution||Non-Com||www.kernel.org|
|Linux Kernel Archives Development & Distribution, International||Non-Com||www.kerneli.org||To bypass inept & draconian US crypto distribution policy.|
|Linux Knowledgebase Project||Non-Com||www.linuxkb.org||Project to develop new documentation for Linux.|
|Linux Software Map – LSM||Non-Com||www.ExecPC.com/lsm, www.boutell.com/lsm||Database that lists open source software and commercial software that runs on Linux. Available at this site and at mirror sites around the world.|
|Linux TV Project (TVset)||Non-Com||linuxtv.openprojects.net||Open source Linux application to turn Linux console window into TV screen for displaying and manipulating DVD and NTSC.|
|LinuxDocumentation.org – Linux Documentation Development & Distribution||Non-Com||www.linuxdocumentation.org||Producing the next generation of Linux documentation|
|LinuxHelp Online||Non-Com||www.linuxhelp.org||Index to resources about Linux.|
|Linux-Netscape Help Page||Non-Com||members.ping.at/theofilu/netscape.html||Provides help in compiling, installing, configuring, and using Netscape (www.netscape.com) Communicator (Mozilla – www.mozilla.org) on Linux.|
|LPC – Linux Project Catalog||Non-Com||www.aesia.com/lpc||Index of WWW sites covering all known Linux projects (documentation o or development of open source software).|
|Mesa 3D Graphics Library||Non-Com||www.mesa3d.org||Mesa is an open source 3-D graphics library with an API which is very similar to that of OpenGL|
|Metalab at UNC||Non-Com||www.metalab.unc.edu||Lots of open source software, including Linux. Previously, a SunSite. Current "Partners" are: Cisco (www.cisco.com), Digital Bitcasting (www.bitcasting.com), Educause (www.educasue.edu), Explornet (www.explornet.org), Island Edge Research (www.islandedge.com), Lyris (www.lyristechnologies.com), Real Networks (www.real.com), Red Hat www.redhat.com).|
|MikTek – FreeTeX for Windows users||Non-Com||www.snafu.de/~cschenk/miktex||Document compiler based on Don Knuth’s TeX|
|Minix Development & Distribution||Non-Com||www.minix.org||Semi-open source UNIX-clone OS that was developed by Andrew Tannenbaum for educational purposes.|
|Mozilla for Java Development & Distribution||Non-Com||www.jazilla.org||Jazilla is an open-source Java based development project aiming to create a web browser in pure Java. The code and most of the design is based on Mozilla, the open-source version of Netscape Navigator.|
|Mozilla.org||Non-Com||www.mozilla.org||Mozilla.org was set-up by Netscape (www.netscape.com) to distribute the open source code for Netscape CommunIcator (Nee Mozilla).|
|MUTT – The Mongrel of Mailers – Development & Distribution||Non-Com||www.mutt.org||Open source E-mail client supporting POP, IMAP, SMTP, MIME|
|NetAction||Non-Com||www.netaction.org||Seems to be a self-styled, political think-tank on the Internet and open source|
|NetBSD Development & Distribution||Non-Com||www.netbsd.org||NetBSD is an open source UNIX look-alike, that closely resembles BSD UNIX.|
|Official GNU Smalltalk Page||Non-Com||http://www.smalltalk.org/versions/GNUSmalltalk.html||Development & distribution of GNU version of Smalltalk-80.|
|Open BIOS Group||Non-Com||www.freiburg.linux.de/OpenBIOS||Group working to develop an open BIOS for PCs and clones that better suits real, 64-bit OSes.|
|Open Projects Network||Non-Com||www.openprojects.net, www.openprojects.nu||Open Projects Network exists to promote projects and activities which involve opening access to technology or information.|
|Non-Com||www.tuxedo.org, www.opensource.org –||Open source theories and information by Eric S. Raymond (ESR)|
|OpenBSD Development & Distribution||Non-Com||www.openbsd.org||OpenBSD is an open source UNIX look-alike, that closely resembles BSD UNIX.|
|OpenCode||Non-Com||www.opencode.org||Alleging to be producing open source software for education.|
SSL – Secure Socket Layer
|Non-Com||www.openssl.org||"Collaborative effort to develop a robust, commercial-grade, full-featured, and Open Source toolkit implementing the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL v2/v3) and Transport Layer Security (TLS v1) protocols with full-strength cryptography world-wide. The project is managed by a worldwide community of volunteers that use the Internet to communicate, plan, and develop the OpenSSL toolkit and its related documentation. OpenSSL is based on the excellent SSLeay library developed by Eric A. Young and Tim J. Hudson. The OpenSSL toolkit is licensed under an Apache-style licence, which basically means that you are free to get and use it for commercial and non-commercial purposes subject to some simple license conditions."|
|Perl Institute, The||Non-Com||www.perl.org||Perl is an open source scripting language (developed by Larry Wall) that runs on multiple platforms, including Linux, UNIX, Windows, and VMS.|
|PHP Development & Distribution||Non-Com||www.php3.net||PHP is an open source hypertext pre-processor.|
|PostgresSQL Development & Distribution||Non-Com||www.postgresql.org||PostgresSQL is an open source ORDBMS server that was originally developed at UC, Berkeley.|
|Python Development & Distribution||Non-Com||www.python.org||Python is an open source scripting language that was developed by Guido van Rossum, under funding by CNRI (www.cnri.com).|
|QLinux Research, Development & Distribution||Non-Com||www.cs.umass.edu/~lass/software/qlinux||QLinux is an
open source Linux kernel that can provide quality of service guarantees.
QLinux, based on the Linux 2.2.x kernel, combines some of the latest innovations
in OS research. It includes the following features: Hierarchical Start
Time Fair Queuing (H-SFQ) CPU scheduler; H-SFQ network packet scheduler
Lazy receiver processing (LRP) network subsystem; Cello disk scheduling
Joint effort between AT&T Labs-Research, Distributed Multimedia Computing Laboratory (University of Texas) and the
Laboratory for Advanced System Software (University of Massachusetts).
|Qmail Development & Distribution||Non-Com||www.qmail.org||Open source sendmail replacement.|
|Ratatosk Development||Non-Com||www.dtek.chalmers.se/~maf/ratatosk/index.html||Ratatosk (TkRat) – Mail Client using SMTP and Tk|
|RFC Server @ ISI||Non-Com||info.internet.isi.edu/in-notes/rfc/files||A single directory and archive for all Internet IETF RFCs.|
|Sabre Fighter Plane Simulator – A Freeware Development Project||Non-Com||sabre.cobite.com||Open source fighter simulator game ported to Linux.|
|Samba Development & Distribution||Non-Com||www.samba.org||Open source, Microsoft SMB-based, remote file (and print) system for Linux, UNIX and other Open source OSes.|
|Scheme Development & Distribution||Non-Com||www.scheme.org||Scheme is an open source, object-oriented dialect of Lisp that was originally developed by Barbara Liskov and her colleagues at MIT.|
|Sendmail Distribution & Development||Non-Com||www.sendmail.org|
|SEUL – Simple End User Linux Development & Distribution||Non-Com||www.seul.org, independence.seul.org, www.freecase.seul.org, gperiodic.seul.org|
|Slackware Version of Linux Development & Distribution||Non-Com||www.slackware.org||Builds and distributes the Slackware version of Linux.|
|Slash Dot||Non-Com||www.slashdot.org||Cooperative news service on open source and related technologies and geek topics.|
|Slash Net||Non-Com||www.slashnet.org –||IRC network devoted to news, and support on open source programs and other technical topics|
|SP||Non-Com||www.jclark.com/sp/index.htm||SP – open source SGML parser|
|SQRL Development & Distribution||Non-Com||www.sqrl.org, www.hungry.com||Open source SQL RDBMS.|
|Stanford Secure Remote Protocol (SRP) Project||Non-Com||srp.stanford.edu/srp||Software employing mechanism for performing secure password-based authentication and key exchange over any type of network. SRP offers both security and convenience improvements over authentication techniques currently in use. Both source and binaries are available, free for many platforms.|
|SunSites||Non-Com||www.sun.com/sunsite||Lots of open source software.|
|Tcl/Tk Consortium||Non-Com||www.tclconsortium.org – Tcl/Tk Consortium –||Development & distribution of open source Tcl/TK software.|
|The Linux Game Tome||Non-Com||www.happypenguin.org||Database of open source Linux games.|
|The Linux Generation||Non-Com||www.illusionary.com||Derek Glidden’s personal rants on open source and Linux. "Rant" as in Dennis Miller on geek steroids.|
|Themes.org||Non-Com||www.themes.org||Icons, fonts, GUI extension, and end user utilities for X on Linux or UNIX|
|Tripwire Development & Distribution||Non-Com||www.tripwire.org||Open source data and system integrity program.|
|TUG – TeX Users Group||Non-Com||www.tug.org||TeX is an open
source typesetting program designed for high-quality composition of material
that contains a lot of mathematical and technical expressions. It has been
adopted by many authors and publishers who generate technical books and
papers. It was created by Professor Donald Knuth (www-cs-faculty.stanford.edu/~knuth/index.html)
of Stanford University, originally for preparation of his book series "The
Art of Computer Programming".
The TeX program itself is a macro compiler. The most popular such macro set is LaTeX. This tool provides several predefined documentclasses (book, journal, report) with extensive sectioning and cross-referencing capabilities, and auxiliary tools for such processes as bibliography and index creation. Originally created by Leslie Lamport, LaTeX is now maintained by a small group of volunteers headed by Frank Mittelbach and Chris Rowley
|UCD SNMP Software||Non-Com||ucd-snmp.ucdavis.edu||Various tools
relating to the Simple Network Management Protocol including: extensible
agent ; SNMP library tools to request or set information from SNMP agents,
tools to generate and handle SNMP traps, a version of the unix 'netstat'
command using SNMP, Tk/perl mib browser.
Originally based on the CMU (www.cmu.edu) SNMP implementation, but has been greatly enhanced, ported, fixed, made easier to use, and therefore barely resembles CMU’s package.
|USC ISI – University of Southern California Information Sciences Institute||Non-Com||www.isi.edu||Seminal place for the development of protocols, policy and archives about Internet technology, including open source reference implementations of network protocols and services.|
|VIM Home Page, The (VIM – Vi IMproved)||Non-Com||www.vim.org||Open source improved version of the UNIX/Linux text editor – Vi.|
|W3C – World Wide Web Consortium||Non-Com||www.w3.org||Technical consortium and standards body to further the development and distribution of technologies and information on WWW, HTML, XML, WWW servers and browsers, and related technologies and software. Also develop a lot of proof of concept, multiplatform, open source software.|
|WINE Project||Non-Com||www.winehq.com||Project to provide a free & open source MS Windows emulator for UNIX, Linux and other open source OSes.|
|www.smalltalk.org™||Non-Com||http://www.smalltalk.org||Web site devoted to providing on, and indexing Smalltalk resources on the WWW web. IT covers both open source and proprietary versions of Smalltalk. Use a FreeBSD server.|
|Xemacs Development & Distribution||Non-Com||www.xemacs.org||Version of Emacs that "contains" its own OS.|
|XFree86 Project, Inc.||Non-Com||www.xfree86.org, www.xfree.org||Open source version of X Server for x86 version of UNIX and Linux. (Required by the fact that the original X11 software required licensing fees.)|
|XMMS Project Page||Non-Com||www.xmms.org||XMMS is an open source multimedia player similar to WinAmp.|
|XPilot Page, The||Non-Com||www.xpilot.org||Open source "video game" for X Windows and Linux.|
|Zope Development & Distribution||Non-Com||www.zope.org||Open source OODBMS.|
|FirstMonday||Non-Com?||www.firstmonday.dk||High-quality, peer-review online journal on Internet issues including open source.|
|AlphaLinux Home Page, The||zzz||http://www.alphalinux.org||Distribution, information, and applications for 64-bit Linux on Compaq Alpha microprocessors.|
|Cryptsoft Pty Ltd.||zzz||www.ssleay.org||Tim Hudson & Eric Young developed SSLeay library|
|GNU Cobol2C Project||zzz||www.gnu.org/software/cobol||1998-7: "The GNU Cobol2C project will be implemented in three phases. Phase One is a proof-of-concept implementation of a Cobol to C translator, implemented using the Purdue Compiler-Compiler Tool Set (PCCTS), with only a partial Cobol grammar. This phase was completed in December, 1997. Copies of the Phase One source files, man pages, and more information are available. Phase Two is a re-implementation of the Cobol to C translator using the Sable Research Group's Compiler Compiler (SableCC), with a complete ANSI 85 Cobol grammar defined. The translator will implement runtime libraries for numerical functions, columnar I/O, indexed file I/O, and screen formatting, and a cross-reference tool for debugging. Phase Two is currently underway. Phase Three is a complete Cobol compiler, implemented as a standard front-end to the GNU C Compiler backend. The compiler will implement a complete ANSI 85 Cobol grammar with complete functionality via runtime libraries. "|
|Linux for People (not dummies)||zzz||www.come.to/thelinuxsource||Linux information and links.|
|Raima||zzz||www.raima.com||Velocis embedded DBMS for Linux|
|RPM Repository on RPMFind, Rufus||zzz||http://www.rpmfind.net, http://rufus.w3.org/linux/RPM||Repository for open source code with primary emphasis on Red Hat distributions (and those based on Red Hat, such as Mandrake) for a variety of processors. Also includes some Beowulf and Solaris stuff.|
|RPM.org||zzz||http://www.rpm.org||Latest sources and information on Red Hat’s packaging tool – RPM.|
|Sable Research Group’s Compiler Compiler||zzz||www.sable.mcgill.ca/sablecc||Open source compiler compiler, similar in concept to YACC.|
|Stampede GNU/Linux||zzz||http://www.stampede.org||Linux distribution based on PGCC/GLibC optimized for speed.|
|UNIX vs. NT Organization, The||zzz||www.unix-vs-nt.org||The include
Linux and FreeBSD under the title "UNIX".
"The UNIX versus NT Organization is dedicated to setting the facts straight about the various commercial and Open Source UNIX operating systems as they relate to Microsoft Windows NT. The organization is neither a legal entity, nor does it engage in profit generating activities. Although the large commercial vendors of UNIX hardware and software like Digital, IBM, Hewlett Packard, Silicon Graphics, Sun Microsystems, etc. may benefit from our activities, we do not solicit their financial support, nor have they ever offered any support."
"Some Microsoft/NT enthusiasts may view this organization as an anti-Microsoft movement. This would be a poor description of what we are about. The Kirch Paper, currently the organization's core article, does deliver some serious blows to NT specifically, but it is ultimately Microsoft's responsibility for any flaws or defects in the design of their own operating system, not the author's. Certainly a company the size of Microsoft with its financial assets should be capable of competing with software written by volunteers, yet it is obviously having difficulties in this area. "
Copyright Lee Rothstein, The Open Enterprise Institute, 1999, All Rights Reserved.
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