• Linux/Samba holds its own (and more) with Win2000

    Make any comparison between the reliability, scalability and total cost of ownership (TCO) of Microsoft Windows 2000 and Linux, and someone's bound to object. "The areas of scalability, reliability and TCO are highly subjective and emotional," said John H. Terpstra, CEO/President of PrimaStasys,...

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  • How to use iptables against SSH attacks

    Here's how to use iptable-based methods to protect against hackers' Secure Socket Shell attacks.

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  • Linux business desktops: Open the pod bay doors, HAL

    Find out how HAL opens the pod bay doors for those who want better hardware device integration for Linux business desktops with a little help from another newcomer, PolicyKit.

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  • HP lets user take Linux for a virtual spin

    HP TestDrive let one vendor try out Linux on Itanium before committing to a specific hardware platform. Other shops can learn a lesson from this virtual testing ground too -- just make sure what you want is certified on HP.

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  • Security management from Chapter 19 of ‘OpenSUSE Linux Unleashed’

    In this chapter excerpt, author Michael McCallister shows you how to set up user accounts and how to manage groups that work together.

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  • Quick Takes: Management tool developed for RHEL

    NetScout Systems Inc. released an all-in-one application and network management appliance for Red Hat Enterprise Linux, leading off this week's edition of Quick Takes. Also included are items from Scalix Corp., LiveTime Software Inc. and TimeSys Corp.

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  • Sybase ASE on Linux: Getting rid of database deadlocks

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  • LinuxWorld preview: Hurdling the desktop barrier

    NEW YORK -- The 2.6 kernel has made Linux enterprise ready, many experts have said since it was released last month. Enhancements make it a formidable server operating system platform, and now the next barrier to fall is the desktop. In this interview prior to LinuxWorld Conference and Expo this...

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  • With Linux, fisheries authority hauls in ROI

    The Australian Fisheries Management Authority recently moved its database management system from Windows NT to Linux and open source. In this interview, AFMA's systems manager describes the return on the agency's investment.

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  • Linux a snug fit for storage

    Pogo Linux Inc. targets midsized companies with its server and storage products. Its focus is those firms whose needs and budgets are better suited for Linux-based products. Founded in 1999 and profitable for three years, Pogo Linux has shifted its concentration to storage and now offers its...

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