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  • Apache fixes pair of Web server flaws

    Update: The vulnerabilities, fixed in newer versions of HTTP Server, could affect nearly seven out of 10 Web sites on the Internet. However, an analyst suggests they are likely low-risk. 

  • bash (Bourne Again Shell)

    Bash (Bourne Again Shell ) is the free version of the Bourne shell distributed with Linux and GNU operating systems. 

  • Red Hat Linux centralizes Bryant University IT

    The Bryant University campus IT department was slow and inefficient behind a wall of multiple vendors and sluggish servers -- until Red Hat Linux came along. 

  • Hurricane relief organizer lauds MySQL, open source

    The CEO of Capalon explains why he chose open source software to power a call center for victims of hurricanes Katrina and Rita. 

  • Common Desktop Environment (CDE)

    The Common Desktop Environment (CDE) is a standardized graphical user interface (GUI) for open systems. 

  • Ant

    Ant is an open source build tool (a program for putting together all the pieces of a program) from the Apache Software Foundation. 

  • Perl

    Perl is a script programming language that is similar in syntax to the C language and that includes a number of popular UNIX facilities such as sed, awk, and tr. 

  • X Window System (X or XWindows)

    The X Window System (sometimes referred to as "X" or as "XWindows") is an open, cross-platform, client/server system for managing a windowed graphical user interface in a distributed network. 

  • makefile

    A makefile is used with the UNIX make utility to determine which portions of a program to compile. 

  • pipe

    In computer programming, especially in UNIX operating systems, a pipe is a technique for passing information from one program process to another.