• Highway patrol gives Linux a green light

    The Missouri State Highway Patrol hums along on Red Hat Linux, as aging Windows NT systems are given a life sentence.

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  • Red Hat’s Tiemann: Build Linux into your system design

    Red Hat CTO Michael Tiemann talks about the importance of system and network architecture, and he explains how Linux and open-source enable cost savings and innovation.

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  • Optimizing Linux for SSD usage

    Default Linux settings won't allow you to take advantage of SSD performance gains. Learn four ways to optimize SSD performance on your Linux system in this tip.

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  • Novell presses Linux on all fronts

    Novell is looking a lot like a Linux pitchman at its annual BrainShare conference.

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  • Quick Takes: Management startup focuses on Linux

    Startup Open Country recently released its management software for Linux systems. Also included in Quick Takes are items from Mandrakesoft, Kaspersky Labs, Yosemite Technologies and Exabyte Corp, Versora and the OSDL.

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  • Solaris takes on Linux with Opteron

    Sun released a slew of new servers and software Monday that run on AMD's 64-bit compatible Opteron processors and pre-installed with Sun's Java Enterprise System software.

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  • Creating RPM packages in Linux

    RPM software management on Linux systems truly has an advantage when you create your own RPM packages. Learn how to use the enhanced vim option to automatically generate a template file after creating a new RPM file with the .spec extension.

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  • Red Hat releases 2.6 test version of Fedora

    Linux distributor Red Hat announced the availability of Fedora Core 2, a test version of the Fedora Project based on the 2.6 kernel.

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  • Linux mini-quiz: Databases

    When it comes to Linux-friendly databases, it might seem like there's an awfully large amount of data for you to learn. Our quick quiz is a fun way for you to bone up on the latest and greatest information.

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  • Patent review a feather in Linux, open source cap

    The United States Patent and Trademark Office last month agreed to review a patent on Microsoft's File Allocation Tables (FAT) technology. The Public Patent Foundation (PubPat) petitioned the USPTO to look at the patent, claiming it was not a novel invention; it had appeared in another commercial...

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