Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols

HP Finally Offers Pre-Installed Desktop Linux

For years, HP has been slowly edging towards releasing a pre-installed Linux for general users. This week, the company finally announced that it would be releasing Novell's SLED...

Will a Linux Certification Help You Get a Linux Job?

Will a Linux certification help you get a Linux job? The answer is: "Probably." There are a host of Linux certifications. They range from the high-end...

OpenSUSE Starts Steering its Own Course

It's not easy for a Linux company to let go the reins of control over its community Linux distribution. Just ask Red Hat, which started...

Master of Your Mail Domain

Your street address doesn't change unless you move, but your e-mail address is another story. It can change at an Internet Service Provider's whim or even disappear entirely....

Stop Spam Soon

End users have it easy with spam. They only have to delete a few hundred messages a day. For real spam misery, try being a...

Understanding and Preventing DDoS Attacks

It was in early 2000 that most people became aware of the dangers of distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks when a series of them...

Stopping Spam at the Gateway

I hate spam. You hate spam. We all hate spam. But none of us hate spam as much as ISPs and business network administrators...

IBM, Industry Respond to New SCO Threats

It's no longer just about IBM. SCO has now officially declared war on all business Linux users. SCO announced that all commercial Linux 2.4 and higher users...

From NT Domain to Server 2003 Active Directory

If you believed Microsoft a few years back, Active Directory was the answer to all your network users and system resources universal directory prayers. Ha! Upgrading...

Affordable Gigabit Arrives

You've been thinking about Gigabit Ethernet for a long time now, haven't you? Perhaps you've even installed some server-to-server gigabit network links, although...

SuSe Delivers Business Desktop Linux

SuSE has been planning its business around business-class Linux servers for years so it should come as no surprise that when they finally offer a Linux just...

Affordable Gigabit Arrives

You've been thinking about gigabit Ethernet for a long time now haven't you? Maybe, you've even installed some server to server gigabit network links. But, the price...

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