• BackTrack: The gotta-have free security tool you’ve never heard of

    Get the power of Linux-based security tools on Windows with this free suite of open source security tools. Contributor and vulnerability assessment expert Kevin Beaver introduces BackTrack and explains its network security testing features.

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  • Getting started with RHEL4’s built-in LVM tools

    You can impress your Unix admin friends while making your life easier using RHEL4's built-in Logical Volume Management tools.

    KMilberg1,475 pointsBadges:
  • Using nmap for Linux administration and security

    The open source tool nmap is ideal for network troubleshooting, scanning and auditing. The tool can be used to identify devices on the network as well as the services running on them. It can also identify advanced information, such as operating systems in use, name and version of services, and...

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  • LinuxWorld: Stronger I/O & VM coming soon to Linux, says OSDL’s Witham

    Tim Witham, CTO of Open Source Development Labs and a featured speaker at LinuxWorld, says the next Linux kernel will feature improved input/output and virtualization capabilities.

    Jan Stafford3,660 pointsBadges:
  • New buffer overflow threatens OpenSSH systems

    A buffer overflow vulnerability has been discovered in OpenSSH that could lead to system crashes. Experts said exploits are being traded in the wild but, as of now, code execution is not possible by exploiting this flaw.

    MMimoso3,355 pointsBadges:
  • Unix-Linux printing

    Interoperability is easier than separating systems your systems and isn't something you should be afraid of, says one expert. Find out how to set up printing between Unix and Linux using Linux's LPR utility and Unix's SMIT in this tip.

    KMilberg1,475 pointsBadges:
  • The Wrong Choice: Sometimes it’s Linux, consultant says

    An IT consultant says Linux was the wrong choice for one of his clients, one who ended up getting done in by a remote programmer with too big a fingerprint on a custom application.

    Jan Stafford3,660 pointsBadges:
  • Novell proving its commitment to Linux

    Novell is banking its comeback on Linux, and only time will tell if the vendor will win its wager.

    MMimoso3,355 pointsBadges:
  • Torvalds: Test kernel crucial for proactive enterprises

    In this interview, Linus Torvalds talks up the test version of the 2.6 Linux kernel, which was released last weekend. He also hints at when a stable, production-ready 2.6 might be released.

    MMimoso3,355 pointsBadges:
  • Cray Canada CTO answers IT pros’ HPC questions

    IT pros pepper Cray Canada CTO Paul Terry with their questions on Linux clusters and high performance computing.

    Jan Stafford3,660 pointsBadges:

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