• McBride intimates code cleanup in Linux nigh impossible

    SCO Group CEO Darl McBride reacts to the latest volley from the open source community, and he suggests that cleaning up the Linux code that, according to SCO, infringes on the company's Unix IP would leave the open source OS virtually unrecognizable.

    MMimoso3,355 pointsBadges:
  • 2003 defined: Readers’ top 10 Linux terms

    In 2003, Linux users did more than glance over our glossary. Here are the site's top 10 most-requested definitions for 2003. Are they your top terms, too?

    Jan Stafford2,835 pointsBadges:
  • Enterprise devices feel safe with Linux at the core

    Bart Massey is Portland State University's original Rocket Man. As faculty advisor to the school's Aerospace Society, Massey has guided the group's use of Linux an embedded operating system in the development of its 12-foot supersonic rocket, including launch control, flight sequencing, and...

    AmyKucharik870 pointsBadges:
  • Security essentials for Active Directory on Linux

    Active Directory functionality in heterogeneous data centers with Windows and Linux is increasingly appealing, but admins should be aware of the security risks this activity poses. The open admin policy on Active Directory doesn't adequately protect the system and a lack of password policies can be...

    Kevin Beaver16,885 pointsBadges:
  • Protecting against the elusive Linux virus

    Do viruses pose a significant risk to Linux systems? Expert James Turnbull suggests how enterprise managers should spend their security dollars.

    JTurnbull490 pointsBadges:
  • LinuxWorld: Perens to get on desktop soapbox

    Linux advocate Bruce Perens doesn't seem to travel without his soapbox. This week, the open source pioneer and developer will be stumping for the Linux desktop and his UserLinux initiative at LinuxWorld Conference and Expo. During his State of Open Source address, Perens will tell attendees about...

    Jan Stafford2,835 pointsBadges:
  • Data center makeover, part 1: Linux topples college’s IT Tower of Babel

    The data center at Golden Gate University was a cornucopia of hardware and software platforms. New CTO Anthony Hill decided it was time to consolidate and, after considering Solaris and Windows, he settled on Linux. In part one of this two-part interview, Hill describes his deliberations and why he...

    Jan Stafford2,835 pointsBadges:
  • Managing Samba-3: User rights and privileges

    Samba expert John Terpstra explains how to manage the Samba-3 equivalents of administrative security controls in the Microsoft Windows and Linux operating systems.

    ITKE344,900 pointsBadges:
  • Kernel flaw paved way to Debian hack

    A dangerous overflow vulnerability in the Linux kernel enabled an attacker to crack four Debian Project servers. The kernel has been patched and enterprises are urged to upgrade immediately.

    MMimoso3,355 pointsBadges:
  • Intrusion detection for Linux a challenge

    In this interview, NetIQ managers try to fill in some of the security gaps in Linux and address what keeps administrators up at night.

    Jan Stafford2,835 pointsBadges:

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