• Linux update on IBM System p

    Most machines running Linux are x86 PCs. IBM's System p and Linux go well together, and Ken Milberg explains why and what's new. He gives five reasons to run Linux on System p, and shares some of the options for PowerVM, IBM's virtualization platform.

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  • Quick Takes: Linux Professional Institute certifies training center

    The Training Camp is designated an LPI approved training partner, leading off this week's edition of Quick Takes. Also included are items from Pupesoft.com, Lindows Inc. and JBoss Inc.

    MMimoso3,355 pointsBadges:
  • GNU Make and Sun Make in Solaris-to-Linux porting

    What is the role of GNU Make and Sun Make in a Solaris-to-Linux porting situation?

    bulusu45 pointsBadges:
  • Open source desktop basics: Risk-free ways to get started, part 2

    Don't get alarmed, but I'm now going to suggest that you put Linux on your business desktop. I'm even going to say that this is a no-risk exercise.

    Chunter321,175 pointsBadges:
  • Learning guide: Desktop Linux

    What's that saying about shutting a door and opening a window? On enterprise desktops, many people are shutting their Windows and opening their doors to a penguin -- Tux. Find out how to invite the penguin to your desk in this handy learning guide.

    Jan Stafford3,195 pointsBadges:
  • Experts: Linux desktop growth steady and unstoppable

    Two desktop experts well versed in interoperability issues weigh in on what's ready to run, what's still warming up and why some users are still betting on other contenders.

    AmyKucharik870 pointsBadges:
  • Solving Linux server hangs stemming from kernel issues

    When Linux kernel issues cause functional machines to hang, determining the type of hang -- interruptible or non-interruptible -- is imperative to troubleshooting the situation.

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  • How to use GNOME to manage end users’ desktops on SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10

    Contributor Sander van Vugt teaches you how to use GNOME to change desktop settings, use the Desktop Profile Editor and lock down the desktop.

    svanvugt965 pointsBadges:
  • Linux community turning away from Xen virtualization

    Xen, the early favorite to win the open source virtualization crown, is passed over in favor of KVM at select hosting and cloud providers. Problems with Xen's lack of integration into the main Linux kernel hobbled the hypervisor, and KVM's integrated position within the Linux kernel is cementing...

    Alex Barrett3,635 pointsBadges:
  • Porting applications from Solaris to Linux, part 4

    Ken Milberg provides a Linux lesson for the Solaris pro.

    KMilberg1,465 pointsBadges:

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