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Ximian software gets SuSE support

Novell is integrating its two major Linux acquisitions, SuSE Linux and Ximian, in a move to bring enterprises back on board.

By January 7, 2004

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Novell snaps up Linux company Ximian

The networking software maker accelerates its Linux push with the acquisition and pledges its commitment to Ximian's high-profile, open-source projects.

By August 4, 2003

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Ximian updates desktop Linux

The company, hoping to accelerate the pace of Linux desktop adoption, releases a new version of its main software package for PCs.

By June 2, 2003

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Novell rejoins desktop fight, with Linux as ally

Company will release first Linux desktop package since acquiring SuSE Linux and Ximian. Will it unseat Microsoft Office?

By November 8, 2004

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Sun, Ximian back Linux desktop

The companies jointly develop software that lets Linux or Solaris computers running Ximian's Evolution software connect with Sun's e-mail and calendar server software.

By January 22, 2003

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Novell to release enhanced Linux in fall

Upcoming release to fuse Novell technology with that acquired from Ximian and SuSE Linux.

By August 6, 2004

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Ximian changes open-source license

The Linux company makes a philosophical shift in a key open-source software project that now will be governed by a less restrictive license.

By January 27, 2002

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Ximian releases Outlook clone for Linux

The veteran supporter of open-source software is doing business the proprietary way with a software package that lets Linux computers connect to Microsoft Exchange e-mail servers.

By December 3, 2001

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Novell may nix NetWare development

A day after the networking-software maker said it had bought Linux company Ximian, Novell executives say it's likely that their company's own OS will go fallow in favor of Linux.

By August 5, 2003