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  • Why to switch to Linux from Unix

     

  • OpenVPN (open source virtual private network)

    OpenVPN is an open source virtual private network (VPN) product that offers simplified security, a modular network design and cross-platform portability. OpenVPN is licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL). Private licenses are available ... 

  • Samba

    Samba is a popular freeware program that allows end users to access and use files, printers, and other commonly shared resources on a company's intranet or on the Internet. 

  • SuSE

    SuSE (pronounced soo'-sah) is a German Linux distribution provider and business unit of Novell, Inc. 

  • Chapter 3 of "Deploying OpenLDAP"

    Chapter 3 of "Deploying OpenLDAP" discusses the basics of environment setup and tools required to successfully run an OpenLDAP server 

  • pumpKIN

    PumpKIN is a free, open source application that is used for exchange of data using the Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP)... (Continued) 

  • Planning your server environment

    In this excerpt from TechTarget's upcoming book, "Servers and Storage," two experts discuss the support necessary for applications and clients, as well as financial implications when choosing between Windows and Linux/Unix. 

  • Linux on 64-bit blades: Choosing the right servers and distributions

    Mix Linux and 64-bit blades well, and you'll get super performance, stability and flexibility, says consultant Patrick Green. Here, he offers tips on how to avoid compatibility mishaps. 

  • Porting criteria: Migrating apps from Unix to Linux

    Don't skimp on testing or creating a sandbox environment to play in when porting your Unix apps to Linux. This is only one piece of advice an expert gives in his Unix porting guide.