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    IT admin Darren Spruell points out the significant support costs that companies can achieve by turning to the free support found online.

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  • Red Hat sews Posix threading into new release

    Red Hat Inc.'s inclusion of a native Posix threading library in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 makes the platform a winner for Java and database admins.

    MMimoso3,355 pointsBadges:
  • Sizing up the Linux desktop market, part 2

    Operating systems expert Tony Iams explains which rising stars to look out for in the Linux desktop market, and offers advice for those mulling a move away from Windows.

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  • Linux and mainframes, part 1: Odd couple or perfect match?

    At first glance, Linux and the IBM mainframe are an odd couple. The teenage operating system and senior citizen computer are worlds apart in their origins and pricing philosophies, among other things. Yet they do make a good team, according to Maria Eisenhaendler and Ingolf Salm, co-authors of the...

    Jan Stafford2,845 pointsBadges:
  • Scalix founder: New e-mail release MS-friendly and MS rival

    Scalix 10 is both Microsoft-friendly and bad news for Microsoft, says Scalix's founder in this interview. Scalix 10, a new Linux-based e-mail release, was unveiled today at the Open Source Business Conference in San Francisco.

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  • LinuxWorld: Red Hat pads fund to fight SCO, files complaint

    Red Hat kicked LinuxWorld off with a bang when it announced it has filed a complaint in federal court against SCO Group for its "unfair and deceptive" actions. Also, it pledged $1 million for a fund intended to help the open-source community fight any legal action by the SCO Group, which revealed...

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  • Golden’s Rules: Helping open source ‘cross the chasm’

    Columnist Bernard Golden explains what Linux and open source companies need to do to entice those that tend to be late adopters of new technology.

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  • LinuxWorld preview: Sun boosts server power, fortifies Linux desktop

    Sun Microsystems has levied a salvo of Linux and server announcements to the masses with the hope of siphoning away some of the popularity of competitors like IBM and HP.

    ITKE345,295 pointsBadges:
  • Stocking a toolbox for Linux panics

    Steve Best is here to help Linux users and admins find the root of evil Linux crashes and panics. The troubleshooting expert lists his favorite Linux troubleshooting and fix-it tools in this interview.

    Jan Stafford2,845 pointsBadges:
  • LOL time: A penguin’s bite gives Linux a bark

    Can a bite on the nose by a penguin be the true source of Linux development?

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