• “Test Driving Linux” by David Brickner

    In David Brickner's "Test Driving Linux," Chapter 2 gives insight into Konqueror's power as a web browser.

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  • Using BackTrack to check for Linux vulnerabilities

    Through common security methodologies and a full array of security testing tools, BackTrack identifies and exposes flaws within your Linux systems.

    Kevin Beaver18,175 pointsBadges:
  • Maturity makes Linux less of a gamble for the enterprise

    More enterprises have been less reticent to gamble on Linux during the last 18 months. Here's why.

    MMimoso3,355 pointsBadges:
  • Migrating mission-critical enterprise apps to Linux platforms: No big deal

    More and more companies are taking advantage of the savings gained from migrating mission-critical enterprise apps to Linux platforms, especially SAP and Oracle users. Hardware vendors are jumping on the bandwagon too by offering cheap, scalable hardware.

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  • Kickstart your Linux security by avoiding garbage installations

    Unnecessary packages on servers pose a security risk, because their processes can be hijacked by hackers. But if you use Kickstart, you can customize your installations without costing yourself loads of time.

    JTurnbull490 pointsBadges:
  • How Webmin can ease DNS management

    Working for an Australian ISP in the mid-1990s, Jamie Cameron was swamped with users' DNS record-change requests. Surely, he thought, there has to be a better way to handle DNS changes than editing BIND configuration files. With that thought and a couple of years' work, Melbourne, Australia-based...

    Jan Stafford3,025 pointsBadges:
  • Linux on the desktop nearly there, but not quite

    Book author Edward Haletky has seen desktop Linux application availability and usability increase to the point where it's nearly ready for widespread corporate use. Yet Haletky does not think that Linux desktops will be widespread by 2007. In this interview, he explains why.

    AmyKucharik870 pointsBadges:
  • ‘Shame to Red Hat,’ says user, as public reacts to support changes

    Red Hat's recent decision to drop support for its Red Hat Linux line has angered many IT administrators. Some told SearchEnterpriseLinux.com they fear Red Hat is headed down a path adopted by Microsoft and proprietary Unix vendors. Many have abandoned planned migrations to Red Hat.

    Jan Stafford3,025 pointsBadges:
  • Clonezilla: Not such a monster with expert guidance

    If your system crashes, the image server Clonezilla on Ubuntu can circumvent time-consuming troubleshooting procedures during recovery.

    svanvugt910 pointsBadges:
  • Linux migration makes downtime dumps disappear

    Service provider Precision Response Corp. took a leap of faith with Linux at its customer service centers, and so far it's paid off through a cost reduction of 37%, better uptime and increased server utilization.

    Jan Stafford3,025 pointsBadges:

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