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Linux or Mac, Which One is More Premiere?

Linux or Mac, Which One is More Premiere?

A simple Linux vs. Mac comparison review.


Views: 627 | Rating star | by Sarah
Linux - Linux and other OSs

GRUB for Linux

GRUB for Linux

If you're still lumbering along with the good, but antique, Linux Loader, it's time to consider a move to GRUB, the Grand Unified...


Views: 693 | Rating star | by John
Linux - Shells and Utilities

Get to know Bash

Get to know Bash

If you are a Linux administrator, scripting can make your life easier by allowing you to automate routine tasks, customize jobs, and connect...


Views: 625 | Rating star | by David
Linux - Shells and Utilities

Integrating Calc Into Your Business

Integrating Calc Into Your Business

Depending on the business and industry, spreadsheets can be anything from very simple lists used for sorting to kazillion cell monsters that add,...


Views: 652 | Rating star | by David
Linux - X Windows

Integrating Writer into Your Business

Integrating Writer into Your Business

As Linux is brought into service in small and medium sized companies, desktop pilots often wonder how they will ever get off the ground without...


Views: 601 | Rating star | by Ben
Linux - X Windows

Web Marketing Your Business With Linux, Part 1

Web Marketing Your Business With Linux, Part 1

Web sites for your business don't have to be big and flashy or hard to manage to get your message across. And they certainly don't need...


Views: 606 | Rating star | by Isac
Linux - Getting Started

Web Marketing Your Business With Linux, Part 2

Web Marketing Your Business With Linux, Part 2

Last month, we walked you through the basic tools and techniques in putting a Web page together using open source applications. This month, in part...


Views: 581 | Rating star | by Marry
Linux - Getting Started

Building an LDAP Server on Linux, Part 1

Building an LDAP Server on Linux, Part 1

Your network is growing in size and complexity. It's taking on a life of its own, spreading and growing and absorbing everything in its path....


Views: 655 | Rating star | by Simon
Linux - Networking

Building an LDAP Server on Linux, Part 2

Building an LDAP Server on Linux, Part 2

LDAP provides central management of access, authentication, and authorization--in other words, it makes your life as an admin much easier. Learn...


Views: 637 | Rating star | by Steve
Linux - Networking

A Writer's View of the Linux Wireless Dream, Part 1

A Writer's View of the Linux Wireless Dream, Part 1

As we travel from place to place, office to office, we still need that all-important connection to the Internet. Laptops are a perfect solution to...


Views: 0 | Rating star | by Ben
Linux - Networking

Moving Files In Linux

Moving Files In Linux

Getting files from one machine to another is a snap, right? Just fire up the old FTP client and upload and download away. Linux has a number of...


Views: 620 | Rating star | by Ben
Linux - Editing Files

Stopping Spam with Linux

Stopping Spam with Linux

Spam is a topic that will get most sys admins to start pulling out their hair whenever it's mentioned. This deluge of white noise floods...


Views: 660 | Rating star | by Isac
Linux - Administration

The Basics of Linux Network Security

The Basics of Linux Network Security

The pervasiveness of the Internet has led to more and more opportunities for your company's servers to be attacked from without. Part-time...


Views: 629 | Rating star | by Nick
Linux - Security

Setting Up Your Own Web Server

Setting Up Your Own Web Server

Not happy with your ISP? Think you can can share information within your organization better? Setting up your own Web server isn't as hard as...


Views: 623 | Rating star | by Ben
Linux - Administration

Setting Up A SuSE 8.0 Linux DHCP Client

Setting Up A SuSE 8.0 Linux DHCP Client

Enterprise businesses with their own IT staffs may have the knowledge and where-with-all to implement Linux in their organizartions, but what about...


Views: 610 | Rating star | by Source
Linux - Administration

Controlling Access to Your Services with xinetd

Controlling Access to Your Services with xinetd

One of the most powerful aspects of Linux is its ability to launch services, or daemons, and run them in the background as needed. But running all...


Views: 614 | Rating star | by Ben
Linux - Security

The Coda Distributed Filesystem for Linux

The Coda Distributed Filesystem for Linux

Bill von Hagen continues his thorough examination of the distributed filessystems available for the Linux platform. In this report, he explores the...


Views: 633 | Rating star | by John
Linux - Administration

Sync Your Visor/Palm to Linux

Sync Your Visor/Palm to Linux

The ubiquitous handheld is a common element in business life today. But there is a common misperception that getting such a device to sync to a...


Views: 642 | Rating star | by Adam
Linux - Miscellaneous

Burning CDs Over the Network with webCDwriter

Burning CDs Over the Network with webCDwriter

Most home and small offices really don't need more than one CD burner. Even many large companies only need one, or maybe two. Yet it only...


Views: 644 | Rating star | by Mathew
Linux - Miscellaneous

Remote Administration of Linux Systems

Remote Administration of Linux Systems

One of the best advantages of using Linux is the ability to quickly and (if done correctly) safely logon to and administer another machine from...


Views: 620 | Rating star | by John
Linux - Administration