• Microsoft vs. Linux: IT pros sound off, part 3

    IT professionals have a lot to say about Microsoft's new approach to competing with Linux and TCO comparisons between Windows and Linux. In part three of this series, they ask for more solutions and less hype.

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  • Advantages and disadvantages of Linux-based Web hosting

    What are the advantages and disadvantages of using a Linux-based Web hosting service?

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  • Can I have Windows and Linux on the same PC with an option to choose either when booting up?

    Yes, although the best way to do this is with a third-party program to manage the two. The two must be on separate partitions. You can also look into the possibility of running one inside the other using an emulation application, such as VMware.

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  • Risky business? Caldera moves into cross-platform management

    Caldera is expanding its management software beyond its Linux roots to UNIX and Windows. But can Caldera convince its customer base to choose its product over more popular management products?

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  • Expert: Companies need to plug in to open-source

    Linux and open-source software aren't for every situation, but with Windows licensing costs on the rise, lots of IT administrators in traditional Windows shops are looking more closely at all their options. Randy Terbush, who is founder of Covalent Technologies, co-founder of the Apache Software...

    Margie Semilof4,245 pointsBadges:
  • Screech! Users hit the brakes on Linux server migrations

    Reversing last year's trend, fewer Windows administrators say they are going to make the switch to Linux.

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  • Microsoft goes deep into enemy territory

    LinuxWorld doesn't seem like the kind of place you'd expect to find Microsoft's designated Linux slayer. But there was Martin Taylor, in the middle of the action.

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  • Is it possible to multiboot Windows, Linux and Solaris on the same machine?

    I was wondering if it is possible to have three operating systems on my machine -- namely Windows, Linux and Solaris -- and then have an option while booting. If the answer is in the affirmative, I would like to know the following things: What will the cost involved be, apart from the basic cost of...

    SearchWinIT2,435 pointsBadges:
  • Novell, Microsoft ready management pack for SUSE Linux

    Novell and Microsoft have set a date to deliver software that better integrates SUSE Linux and System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2.

    Margie Semilof4,245 pointsBadges:
  • IT pros offer Windows-Linux configuration tips

    IT pro Jeffrey Small couldn't make Linux and Windows play well together. What could he have done differently? Our readers weigh in.

    ITKE351,865 pointsBadges:

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