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  • Using Samba for file/print sharing needs

    Open source apps and software expert Bernard Golden recommends using Samba for file/print services when introducing Linux to your Windows shop. 

  • Beowulf co-founder Don Becker: Provisioning, booting, driver troubles virtually unfixable

    Don Becker, co-founder of the Beowulf project, describes the inevitability of hardware administration headaches and warns users not to expect a silver bullet to solve these problems. 

  • Pasta Theory of Programming

    The Pasta Theory of Programming is the idea that various programming structures can be likened to the structures of well-known pasta dishes. 

  • Centeris CEO: Managing Linux servers in a Windows world

    Two years ago, Linux and Windows didn't play well together in the data center. But not any more. Today, Linux is creeping into Windows-only worlds more than ever. 

  • Fedora Core 5: Driver and installation dos and don'ts

    In this tip, discover how to avoid hardware drivers that could upset your Fedora Core 5 installation and how to maximize your use of Yum. 

  • Fedora Core 5: Virtualization-capable and ready to go

    If you're into paravirtualization and Xen capabilities, then Fedora Core 5 is preferable to CentOS and the latest release of RHEL, says Paul Hudson, co-author of "Red Hat Fedora 5." 

  • Red Hat

    Red Hat is a leading software company in the business of assembling open source components for the Linux operating system and related programs into a distribution package that can easily be ordered and implemented. 

  • User Mode Linux: Maximizing performance, jailing attackers

    In this interview, "User Mode Linux" author and project architect Jeff Dike gives security tips on UML and discusses why, in some ways, UML is better than Xen and VMware. 

  • Consolidation and common sense on the server side

    In this tip, clusters and servers expert Don Becker describes basic rules for making network boot servers more reliable -- like avoiding multicasts -- and explains the Mosix approach to cluster architecture. He also suggests ways to avoid data loss w... 

  • Straightforward desktop use with SLED 10

    Open source software and applications expert Bernard Golden recommends checking your printing and file server infrastructure to make sure they are compatible for the Linux desktop.