• Five Linux commands you have (probably) never heard of

    Learn about five of the more rarely used Linux commands (logsave, diff3, pstree, nl and split) that are useful, with a description of each command's flags and options. These commands work well for file management, tracking, and output and process analytics.

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  • OSDL CEO: Microsoft has to accept Linux

    Stuart Cohen of OSDL explains why his organization feels the "battle" between Microsoft and Linux doesn't have to be a battle at all. He also gives the skinny on some new features of the Linux 2.6 kernel.

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  • Think before deploying Security-Enhanced Linux in RHEL 4

    One of the most exciting new features in RHEL v.4 is the implementation of Security-Enhanced Linux. In this tip, Ken Milberg looks at how you can use it to beef up system security.

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  • Using StarOffice or OpenOffice in non-Linux environments

    What are the advantages or disadvantages of using StarOffice or OpenOffice in non-Linux environments?

    solveighaugland660 pointsBadges:
  • Quick Takes: Novell announces full support for Linux

    Novell Inc.'s Premium Service support option now covers Linux services, the company announced. Also included in this week's edition of Quick Takes are items from CodeWeavers, Cyclades, SuSE Linux and JBoss.

    MMimoso3,355 pointsBadges:
  • Installing xrdp on Dap desktop 6.06 or Fiesty Desktop 7.04

    An Ubuntu expert recommends a link to a thread on how to install xrdp on either the Dap desktop 6.06 or Fiesty Desktop 7.04.

    Akutz640 pointsBadges:
  • SearchEnterpriseLinux.com announces Products of the Year

    SearchEnterpriseLinux.com unveils its 2007 Products of the Year for Linux server distributions, Linux administration, Linux security applications and virtualization for Linux servers.

    Alex Barrett3,650 pointsBadges:
  • Search and replace on steroids: Do more with these sed commands

    These tips can help administrators help themselves through advanced text editing with the UNIX Stream Editor (sed) utility.

    svanvugt995 pointsBadges:
  • Who wrote Linux? Oh gosh, is Linux really IGOS?

    Another batch of Who Wrote Linux tall tales offers a few more possibilities into the origins of the operating system.

    Jan Stafford3,205 pointsBadges:
  • Which Linux distros are the biggest competition for Microsoft’s products?

    What would you say is the current market share of Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel and Word compared to their Linux equivalents and other competitors?

    ITKE366,930 pointsBadges:

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