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  • Endpoint policy management tools

    A security expert recommends cfengine and Puppet as two open source endpoint policy management tools, along with cautionary advice on their usage. 

  • Porting MySQL tables to Sybase

    A MySQL expert explains possible problems when porting tables from MySQL to Sybase ASE. 

  • Unbreakable Linux vs. Red Hat

    An expert describes the difference between Oracle's Unbreakable Linux and Red Hat Enterprise Linux and how they relate to smaller IT shop trends. 

  • Linux security: Top 10 tips

    Harden your Linux security further with these tips on Bash, the command line, PAM, Novell's AppArmor and more. 

  • Linux pro turns to Active Directory identity management

    Rather than use Sun's NIS, Research in Motion opted to manage its Linux and Unix boxes with Microsoft Active Directory plus Centrify DirectControl. 

  • OpenOffice 2.0 Toolbox

    This is your guide to getting started with free, open source office suite OpenOffice 2.0. Begin your move away from Microsoft Office today. The two apps aren't as different as you would think. 

  • Centrify DirectAudit monitors, logs Linux user activity

    Centrify has released the beta version of an automated auditing system for Linux and Unix that syncs with Active Directory. 

  • Red Hat Enterprise 5, with Xen, launches

    After a slight delay, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 launched with full Xen virtualization support. 

  • SUSE security: Forgotten passwords, AppArmor

    A security expert describes how to harden your openSUSE 10.2 installation and talks about open source security tools. 

  • FreeBSD

    FreeBSD is a popular free and open source operating system that is based on the Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD) version of the Unix operating system. It runs on processors such as the Pentium that are compatible with Intel's x86 architecture and...