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  • Linux routers, part 2: Router functionality lives in Linux kernel

    So your IT shop has decided to check out Linux routers. Options abound. Where do you start looking? Tony Mancill, author of "Linux Routers: A Primer for Network Administrators" from Prentice Hall PTR, tackles that very question in this second part of... 

  • Linux routers, part 1: Flex marks the spot

    Linux and open-source routers are the right fit for any network manager whose motto is, "Don't fence me in," according to Tony Mancill, author of "Linux Routers: A Primer for Network Administrators" from Prentice Hall PTR. In this first installment o... 

  • Linux and mainframes, part 2: Choosing distros and apps

    Running Linux on an IBM mainframe doesn't lock users into an IBM-controlled operating system and application world. In fact, Linux expands the mainframe world by bringing open-source into the fold, according to Ingolf Salm, co-author of the new Prent... 

  • Linux and mainframes, part 1: Odd couple or perfect match?

    At first glance, Linux and the IBM mainframe are an odd couple. The teenage operating system and senior citizen computer are worlds apart in their origins and pricing philosophies, among other things. Yet they do make a good team, according to Maria ...