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Open source marches onward

As JBoss gets set to merge with Red Hat, Novell touts Linux for the desktop--while wrestling with the shift on its own turf.

As JBoss gets set to merge with Red Hat, Novell touts Linux for the desktop--while wrestling with the shift on its own turf.

Novell's in-house shift to open source makes slow progress

Two years after Novell first mooted a company migration to Linux, 60 percent of its staff can still boot Windows at work.
April 11, 2006

Open-source database Ingres targets software firms

Looking to woo application companies, Ingres is creating a combo of its open-source database and Linux operating system.
April 11, 2006

Ushering in a new era of angst at Microsoft

perspective Desktop Linux has finally turned into the real deal--and that can only mean real headaches for Microsoft, says Jon Oltsik.
April 11, 2006

Red Hat and JBoss: No turning back for open source

Red Hat's $350 million purchase of JBoss speeds up the collision between the once closed-off open-source world and entrenched software heavyweights.
April 10, 2006

Novell: Linux desktop set to take off

Novell President Ron Hovsepian believes the market for Linux on desktops will become ripe in the next 12 to 18 months.
April 10, 2006

Red Hat scoops up JBoss

update Ending speculation, Linux distributor shells out $350 million for open-source Java company.
April 10, 2006