• Windows vs. Linux/OSS today, part 2: Linux experts see strong server, weak desktop

    A user- and integration-friendlier Linux could kick Microsoft's Windows server operating system out of the data center altogether -- one day. Today, however, Linux and open source software are powerhouses that need more fuel to outpace Windows in the server, desktop and applications areas,...

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  • SCO halts Linux invoice effort

    The SCO Group announced it would not pursue Unix licenses from commercial users of Linux. An analyst said SCO's efforts may be "running out of gas."

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  • Quick Takes: ProLiant server running SuSE sets new Oracle benchmark

    HP announced that a ProLiant server running SUSE Linux Enterprise 8 set a new clustered Oracle Applications Standard Benchmark, leading off this edition of Quick Takes.

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  • Oracle’s Solaris take-over, SUSE angst top Linux stories of the year

    Oracle’s takeover of Sun’s Solaris franchise, leaving its Linux priorities questionable, as well as Novell’s uncertain future fascinated SearchEnterpriseLinux.com readers in 2010.

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  • OS middleware, Linux desktop high on HP’s agenda

    According to HP's Linux leader, middleware and the desktop adoption are the next frontiers for Linux. Find out why HP wants to have a stake in the emerging Linux desktop market.

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  • Denial-of-service flaw fixed in Linux kernel

    Gentoo fixes a vulnerability in the Linux kernel 2.6 series that could be exploited for a remote denial-of-service attack.

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  • IT managers, beware: US-CERT study faults app security more than Linux

    Open source experts explain why CERT's damning report on Linux security is wrong. Then, they read between the lines and see that application security is in trouble.

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  • Secure Shell Charter (SSH Charter)

    The Secure Shell Charter (SSH Charter) is a set of papers produced by the Secure Shell Working Group (SSH Working Group), an organization dedicated to updating and standardizing the popular Unix-based interface and protocol known as Secure Shell (SSH or secsh)... (Continued)

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  • Windows to Linux basics: Experts say a little Linux learning is enough for Windows shops

    Of course, Linuxphiles believe that Windows administrators need to learn about Linux. But do Windows experts think that's a lot of hooey? A little hooey perhaps, but there's a grain of truth there, too, according to Windows experts Serdar Yegulalp, Paul E. Hinsberg and Tony Northrup. In this...

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  • Filling in the gaps among Linux clusters, Interview with Eric Pitcher

    Is the price right for a Linux cluster? Would it meet all of your company's needs? Get the scoop in part two of this interview with Linux Networx executive Eric Pitcher.

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