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  • Linux defector says RHEL zero, Sun Solaris hero

    After years of contending with Red Hat kinks, one shop hesitantly made the switch to Sun Solaris 10 and hasn't looked back.

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  • Physical security threats to your Linux systems

    Strong Linux network security can be meaningless if physical security is compromised. In this tip, a security expert outlines some common Linux physical security threats.

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  • French government agency moves out NT, moves in Linux

    The French Ministry of Equipment announced today a project to move its Windows NT office and infrastructure servers to Mandrakesoft's Linux distribution.

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  • Clearing enterprise Linux desktop adoption hurdles, part 2

    Frank van Wensveen helps users begin their desktop migration away from Windows. In the second half of this two-part series, he lists open source counterparts to proprietary software and suggests strategies for a successful pilot program.

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  • On Linux, sendmail and Samba

    Find out how to put your Linux box and sendmail to some real use using Samba.

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  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux security mechanisms: SELinux, iptables and more

    When setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux on your data center servers, you need to make security decisions. Learn about security options for RHEL including SELinux, iptables firewall, TCP Wrapper and application security use considerations.

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  • Avoiding security blunders in Linux and IT infrastructures

    Avoid common security errors made in IT infrastructure and maintenance. In this tip, an expert tackles unnecessary installations and explains the "hard-perimeter, soft-center" approach.

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  • Expert: Nifty Linux apps can work for home and business users alike

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  • Making the business case for migrating from Unix to Linux

    Learn how to present the business case for making a Unix to Linux migration. What are the shortcomings of Unix and what are the advantages of Linux? Vendor lock-in, cost, ease of updates or patches, and human capital are compared between Unix and Linux.

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