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    Setting up Web filters to control the content employees and customers using your Linux network can access is an important part of securing your Linux system. Learn about some open source solutions ...

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    How well do you know Linux tools? Test your understanding of tools for application servers, networking, scripting, Mozilla, security, management and administration, and desktops.

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    The tough economy is boosting Linux desktops in business, especially among existing users, but small market share makes major gains a daunting challenge.

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  • Stopping Linux desktop adoption sabotage, part one

    Is Microsoft using its considerable resources to hinder adoption of Linux on the desktop? Outspoken IT consultant John H. Terpstra thinks so, and he intends to prove it. 

  • Stopping Linux desktop adoption sabotage, part three

    Outspoken consultant John H. Terpstra identifies a plausible series of events that could lead to the U.S. IT industry to second-class status. 

  • Novell: Consumers will lead the way to desktop Linux

    Novell Inc. idea man Matt Asay makes predictions about the path of Linux desktop adoption and offers some insights into Novell's desktop Linux strategy. 

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    Solveig Haugland continues her review of OpenOffice 2.0 with descriptions of three new and highly anticipated additions to the open source personal productivity suite. 

  • Inside OpenOffice.org 2.0, part 1

    OpenOffice.org instructor Solveig Haugland explains why the upcoming OpenOffice 2.0 is set to make her job a whole lot easier. 

  • Linux on the desktop nearly there, but not quite

    Book author Edward Haletky has seen desktop Linux application availability and usability increase to the point where it's nearly ready for widespread corporate use. Yet Haletky does not think that Linux desktops will be widespread by 2007. In this in... 

  • Linux desktop market still wait-and-see

    Linux is thriving, but the perception is that top vendors Red Hat and Novell continue to tread cautiously with a desktop offering. However, news of a new Debian distro in the days leading up to LinuxWorld San Francisco could mean heat ahead. 

  • Sizing up the Linux desktop market, part 2

    Operating systems expert Tony Iams explains which rising stars to look out for in the Linux desktop market, and offers advice for those mulling a move away from Windows. 

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    Linux on the desktop hasn't exactly lit the world on fire just yet. But desktop Linux features, functionality and levels of application support are getting better and better. We talked to operating systems expert Tony Iams to find just how the market... 

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    Sun Microsystems has levied a salvo of Linux and server announcements to the masses with the hope of siphoning away some of the popularity of competitors IBM and HP.