7 May 2004 wahlau   » (Journeyer)

got a news from a friend, telling me about another linux distro that claims to work well with Windows apps and integration. first came to my mind was Lindows which apparently now is known as Linspire (stated in the homepage), but decided to take a look at this new (to me at least) guy Ignalum.

from the site looks nothing new, but from the features it is to me great news since their new releaes would be a FC1 based system, with many promising stuffs added. One great thing i would love to try is the out-of-the box direct integration with a Windows network with Active Directory i presume... that i have done since the release of Samba 3 alpha, but a working integration of Openldap with Active Directory would be a good news to me :) hmm, better keep an eye on this fella.

anyone tried this? mail me your feedback please? :)

hopped shortly to lcf's site and read what he posted about Sasser, the new kids on the block for "clever" and "automatic" virus award from me. did not think such things is bringing endless problem to the users,but after reading his blog, the question comes:

"when would linux viruses go bizzarre and bring linux users to the same situation as windows users?"

something to ponder on i guess....

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