For a computer, software content is king. Programmable computers began the home computer revolution over 20 years ago. The modern revolution is Open Source software,…
Linux has long been held in mystique as an operating system for hard-core techies or hackers. Yet, this is far from true for today’s distros.…
In part one, we presented a real-world story where a Linux server – or daemon – solved a need for an ISP. The code to…
One of the great strengths of Linux is its multi-faceted network server capabilities, reaching back to its rich UNIX history and the development of TCP/IP…
Wednesday, 15 August 2007 11:49

Genesys adds Asterisk support

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Contact centre software provider Genesys has announced it will provide formal support for the Asterisk open-source IP telephony platform.
How can you be sure your network is secure? Before you can patch vulnerabilities you need to discover them. You need to think like a…
Sunday, 12 August 2007 16:44

Hardening Linux

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Linux is an enterprise-grade operating system and is capable of the utmost security. However, many installations fall short because the out-of-the-box setup routines have to…
Linux vendor Red Hat's first Linux desktop product aimed at small businesses will be available to system builders in Australia at the beginning of 2008,…
Monday, 06 August 2007 10:54

Run a Linux server farm for nix

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One great thing about Linux is its rock-solid nature even when you load it up with as many daemons and services as you like. Yet,…
The world's largest Linux vendor Red Hat will release a pre-installed desktop version of Linux globally in September. The new Red Hat desktop targeting primarily…

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