Enterprise Linux Log:

Administration, interoperability and integration


April 5, 2007  8:24 AM

Xandros reveals Linux server management via Microsoft Vista consoles



Posted by: ITKE
Administration, interoperability and integration, Other enterprise distributions

XandrosHot on the heels of their

March 28, 2007  10:26 AM

Open source systems management



Posted by: ITKE
Administration, interoperability and integration

Are IT management and network monitoring options from IBM, HP and the other two in the "big four" bloated? Seems they are, if you're talking to Zenoss CEO Bill Karpovich. Zenoss is an open source IT management company and while IT management in and of itself is...


March 22, 2007  6:49 AM

Second preview release of Samba 3.0.25



Posted by: ITKE
Administration, interoperability and integration, Samba

*NOTE* This is the second preview release of the Samba 3.0.25 code base and is provided for testing only. It is NOT intended for production servers. Major features included in the 3.0.25 code base include:

  • Significant improvements in the winbind off-line logon support.
  • Support...


March 20, 2007  1:38 PM

Identity management cubed



Posted by: ITKE
Administration, interoperability and integration, Security, SUSE/Novell

When it rains it pours here at SearchEnterpriseLinux, no? Gracing the homepage today are no less than three pieces of content on identity management (cubed, get it? huh?). Leading off we have a tip from our site expert


March 14, 2007  8:06 PM

Migrating to RHEL5? Make RHEL4 a guest OS and go!



Posted by: ITKE
Administration, interoperability and integration, Red Hat

The pain of upgrading is rapidly diminishing, thanks to virtualization. That's the happy story I heard from Paul Cormier, Red Hat vice president of engineering, in a coversation following the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 announcement session. You can just pack that RHEL4 ecosystem in a suitcase and...


March 14, 2007  7:47 PM

Linux-Windows interoperability: Virtualization, Samba and zilch



Posted by: ITKE
Administration, interoperability and integration

Looking for an interoperability hook at the Red Hat RHEL5 party in San Francisco took me down two familiar paths as Paul Cormier, Red Hat vice president of engineering, said that virtualization via the guest OS and Samba were the mainstays of their virtually non-existent interop program. During...


March 14, 2007  3:24 PM

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5



Posted by: ITKE
Administration, interoperability and integration, Linux versus Windows, Red Hat

I wasn't actually at th Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 launch today (I watched the webcast), so I have no idea if there were balloons or clowns, but from the look of their web site, I am quite certain that someone from their marketing department has...

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March 13, 2007  3:27 PM

Novell/Microsoft gives a hint about ID management roadmap



Posted by: ITKE
Administration, interoperability and integration, SUSE/Novell

In his latest blog entry over at Novell, CTO and Scattergories double word score Jeff Jaffe puts down a little more pavement for the interoperability roadmap between Novell and Microsoft. Jaffe said at this stage Novell is focused on "walking...


March 1, 2007  5:48 PM

Great Linux lists: Commands, network addresses and dd



Posted by: ITKE
Administration, interoperability and integration, Linux basics

Of course, I use Google to search for Linux commands, utilities and tools; but I prefer letting others do the searching for me. So, I'm always happy to find a good list. Today, I'm doubly happy, because I found one list, and it led me to another. Looking for some Linux networking info, I found


March 1, 2007  8:25 AM

Samba 3.0.25pre1 available for download



Posted by: ITKE
Administration, interoperability and integration

Since we seem to love Samba around here so much, here's their latest update (delivered via the Samba mailing list, I suggest you get yourself to Samba.org and sign up!): Major features included in the 3.0.25 code base include:

  • Significant improvements...


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