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  • Enlarging your Sybase database

    In this tip, Dr. Talebzadeh gives helpful examples of removing unwanted transactions and code for boosting your master database capacity. 

  • The Linux desktop: Browser and distro security tips

    Don't be fooled. Firefox is no more secure than Opera or Internet Explorer, says security expert James Turnbull. The author of "Hardening Linux" explains why distro security can be subjective, what basic steps users can take to protect themselves fr... 

  • SELinux Policy Editor: Removing micromanagement from administrative control

    It can be tough to handle extended security attributes across a range of users, processes and files or directories that encompass more than one server. Enter SELinux Policy Editor, seedit, which offers a suite of native front-end administration util... 

  • Quick tips: Documents and database forms in OpenOffice 2.0

    OpenOffice instructor and office suite expert Solveig Haugland walks your through modifying forms and viewing Microsoft Office track changes in OpenOffice 2.0. 

  • Sybase ASE on Linux: Getting rid of database deadlocks

    Avoid hot spots and heap tables in Sybase ASE, says Sybase expert Mich Talebzadeh. Find out more solutions for detonating your database deadlocks in this tip. 

  • Sybase vs. Oracle: 10 reasons to use Sybase on Linux

    Despite its fall from market leadership, Sybase is still a strong enterprise offering, says database consultant Dr. Mich Talebzadeh. In this tip, he gives 10 reasons why Sybase on Linux bests other databases, particularly Oracle. 

  • Sybase vs. Oracle: Users speak out

    Users respond to a recent column touting the merits of Sybase on Linux over Oracle as a database management system (DBMS). Some say Sybase is easier to manage; others claim Oracle is more stable and more powerful. 

  • Open source making way in SMBs

    SMB IT managers describe why and how their companies dumped Microsoft and moved to open source software and Linux in this recent report. Open source software consultants also weigh in on the opportunities and challenges of making that move. 

  • Open source tools: SMB Buying Decisions

    Open source tools offer many advantages for SMBs but require preparation and expertise for smooth operations. 

  • Using SUSE AppArmor to profile a workstation application in FireFox

    Learn how to create application security policies with Novell's AppArmor in a FireFox browser, the OpenOffice suite or any SUSE Linux Enterprise server application.