• Stocking a toolbox for Linux panics

    Steve Best is here to help Linux users and admins find the root of evil Linux crashes and panics. The troubleshooting expert lists his favorite Linux troubleshooting and fix-it tools in this interview.

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  • LOL time: A penguin’s bite gives Linux a bark

    Can a bite on the nose by a penguin be the true source of Linux development?

    ITKE366,220 pointsBadges:
  • SCO CEO gets roasted on new site

    Hell hath no fury like that of a penguin scorned. The SCO vs. Linux scrap continues to spawn many a harsh word.

    Jan Stafford3,195 pointsBadges:
  • Review, part 2: RHEL 4 lacks thrills, provides basics

    Kenneth Milberg continues his tour of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 (RHEL 4) with a look at Red Hat System Monitor, network configuration issues, GNOME and OpenOffice.

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  • Linux/Unix commands: How to get copy, conversion power with dd

    Learn how to use dd, a Linux command for handling convert-and-copy tasks. An expert shows how to clone your hard drive, create a backup of your Master Backup Record and increase your swap space.

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  • Why use CIFS with Linux? Why not?

    In this interview, Samba Team member Chris Hertel explains the benefits and limitations of the Common Internet File System (CIFS) for an enterprise Linux shop.

    Jan Stafford3,195 pointsBadges:
  • Migrating Microsoft Internet Information Server to Apache on Red Hat Linux

    If you're moving to Apache server from Microsoft Internet Information Server, be aware that this migration involves more than just copying files. In this tip, users will learn how to move a site from IIS to Apache on Red Hat, although this is applicable to other Linux distributions.

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  • Linux distribution migration: Planning for efficiency

    Migrating from one Linux distribution to another to consolidate the operating systems within your data center? Learn what steps are needed for a smooth transition with support.

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  • Don’t dismiss possibility of malicious code on Linux

    As Linux rises in popularity on the desktop and with enterprise servers, virus and worm writers will do more to exploit holes in open-source systems and applications.

    MMimoso3,355 pointsBadges:
  • 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.

    KMilberg1,465 pointsBadges:

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