• Data center barriers to Linux are history

    In this interview, a Linux expert declares 2003 the year of Linux deployments in the enterprise data center. LinuxCare CEO Avery Lyford explains what barriers remain, describes the benefits of consolidating servers on Linux and talks about the evolution of Linux.

    Jan Stafford3,140 pointsBadges:
  • Simple ways to try Linux without dumping Windows

    My organization has specific VPN and firewall config requirements and supports Windows only. I've read a lot about Linux and see that it has benefits, but I don't use it at home because compatibility with my work system is an issue. My work only supports Windows XP Pro and Windows 2000. I am not...

    BGolden510 pointsBadges:
  • Carrier Grade Linux moves beyond telecoms into data centers, virtualization

    Carrier Grade Linux now supports virtualization, blades and corporate data centers. OSDL architect Bill Weinberg describes CGL's evolution and its strengths.

    Jan Stafford3,140 pointsBadges:
  • LinuxWorld: Managing mixed source software stacks

    Get a Linux architect's opinion of Vista and four tips on managing a data center's mix of open and closed source software stacks in this report on Russell Pavlicek's LinuxWorld workshop.

    ITKE361,880 pointsBadges:
  • Account locking for Linux via PAM

    Discover how to configure account blocking on a Red Hat host with PAM and prevent a potential denial-of-service attack caused by repeated locking of user accounts.

    JTurnbull490 pointsBadges:
  • Novell missteps not affecting SuSE

    As rumors fly that Novell may be tightening its budgetary belt, analysts and users seek to diagnose what a weakened SuSE could mean to the Linux community.

    ITKE361,880 pointsBadges:
  • ZENworks vs. Red Hat Network: Cost vs. flexibility

    When it comes to Linux managment tools, Novell's ZENworks may be cheaper, but Red Hat Network offers greater flexibility and Solaris support, says consultant Ken Milberg.

    KMilberg1,465 pointsBadges:
  • Ensuring server time synchronization with NTP on SLES

    Synchronize your SUSE Linux Enterprise Server times using NTP time server. Two servers are recommended for enterprise situations, as redundancy will save the day in case of a disaster.

    svanvugt950 pointsBadges:
  • Linux/OSS support, part 4: Step-by-step guide to getting it

    An IT manager describes his step-by-step process for finding free Linux or open-source software support.

    Jan Stafford3,140 pointsBadges:
  • Breaking down barriers to Linux desktop adoption

    IT consultant and "Linux Desktop Hacks" co-author Jono Bacon describes how to combat irrational rejection of the Linux desktop adoption, which he thinks is just as good as Windows.

    ITKE361,880 pointsBadges:

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