With Wall Street's Linux boom on the wane, advocates of the comparatively new operating system have switched to quieter but quite possibly more effective means of conquering the world. Linux companies now are coaxing new business partnerships, gradually winning over new customers, and doggedly hammering out improvements to the software.
Market slump to pay dividends for Linux
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Wed, 31st Jan Intel's arch enemy plane to boost its popularity Sun's latest Java targeted at Linux gadgets
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Tue, 30th Jan Big fish and little fish get together in New York to show off not so fishy Linux wares LinuxWorld: Compaq joins server-clustering fray
Tue, 30th Jan At the all-things-Linux trade show in New York, the leader in Linux server market share will announce new 'clustering' technology for its high-end machines Find out how the open-source movement is revolutionising the high-tech world at the Linux Lounge. Have your say instantly, and see what others have said. Click on the TalkBack button and go to the Linux lounge forum Click here for more in-depth coverage at the ZDNet UK News Specials page. Let the editors know what you think in the Mailroom. And read what others have said.