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    Ken Milberg provides a tour of RHN4, points out its best features and gives some configuration advice in this tip.

    KMilberg1,465 pointsBadges:
  • Serious security flaw fixed in Linux kernel

    A vulnerability in the Linux kernel has been patched and administrators are urged to repair their systems. The flaw could escalate a user's privileges and enable him to run code.

    MMimoso3,355 pointsBadges:
  • Windows vs. Linux/OSS today, part 1: Windows expert points to Linux, open source gaps

    Linux wasn't created to enhance Microsoft Windows, but one Windows expert says it sure plays that part well. This is part one of our exploration of the state of the Windows-versus-Linux rivalry.

    Jan Stafford3,560 pointsBadges:
  • IP attorney: Read fine print on indemnifications

    More proprietary vendors will be offering indemnification protection to their customers in the coming year; however, not all indemnification offers will be equally valuable. So, read the fine print, said attorney Karen Copenhaver, in a recent interview during the Open Source Development Labs' first...

    Jan Stafford3,560 pointsBadges:
  • Minister promotes Linux beyond the pew and into the data center

    It's no shock that someone who calls Microsoft an "economic terrorist" would balk at the idea of allowing the company's software to run on his computer. The Rev. Don Parris, a Linux devotee, says he doesn't hate the company. He just wants to replace its software with open source.

    ITKE392,110 pointsBadges:
  • Debian servers hacked, archive safe

    Linux distributor Debian reported that several of its servers have been hacked, but said that its archive has not been cracked. Several services have been temporarily shut down while the systems are checked.

    MMimoso3,355 pointsBadges:
  • Los Alamos Linux cluster to keep watch on nukes

    One of the world's largest Linux clusters, a 2,816-processor system built by vendor Linux Networx, will soon be used at Los Alamos National Laboratory to run simulations of nuclear detonations. The cluster will help scientists understand how the United States' nuclear stockpile is aging.

    AmyKucharik870 pointsBadges:
  • Quick Takes: Financials a fit for Linux

    Two vendors deliver or support Linux to financial institutions leading off this edition of Quick Takes.

    MMimoso3,355 pointsBadges:
  • Linux regular expression tutorial

    Using regular expressions in grep, awk and sed tools to find a specific text string is a useful tool for Linux administrators. Regular expressions in Linux provide more specific and efficient returns.

    svanvugt1,240 pointsBadges:
  • Linux command line tricks: less, screen, pgrep HTTP servers and more

    Mastering the Linux command line can make a system administrator's job much easier. Learn these command line tricks including aliasing more to always be less, using pgrep, screen, tmux, and aspell as well as quickly creating an HTTP server for file sharing.

    JTurnbull490 pointsBadges:

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