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  • Configuring YUM on Linux

    YUM is a package manager for RPM systems, it is made to update groups of machines without having to update each specific RPM. Learn how to configure it using yum.conf and get some basic commands. Yum allows use of a single command to update all syste... 

  • Verizon launches cloud computing service on Red Hat Enterprise Linux

    Verizon Computing as a Service (CaaS) will allow users to perform all the usual cloud computing tasks and users can choose virtual or physical servers in either Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) or Windows Server flavors. 

  • Ingres and JBoss integration aimed at database market expansion

    Ingres Corp. says its JBoss pact achieves mission-critical, end-to-end open source computing but expert doubts Ingres can overtake the database market. Among the customers using the integrated middleware is the Swiss-based financial services firm, BB... 

  • XenServer 5.5 supports SUSE 11 and Red Hat 5.3 and role based Active Directory

    The new Citrix XenServer 5.5 includes role-based access control via new Active Directory (AD) integration, and supports SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 11, Debian 5.0 and RedHat/CentOS/Oracle 5.3 running as guests. 

  • Microsoft and Red Hat to cross-certify OS, virtualization platforms

    Microsoft and Red Hat inked a pact to optimize their operating systems running as guests on each other's virtualization platforms. 

  • Red Hat and Microsoft finally partner on virtualization interoperability

    Red Hat and Microsoft announced a partnership for virtualization interoperbaility using x86 servers running RHEL 5.2 and 5.3 and on Windows Server 2000 SP 4, Windows 2003 SP 2 and Windows Server 2008. Red Hat becomes a Windows server virtualization v... 

  • Red Hat breaks $500 million in 2008

    Red Hat's president and CEO, Jim Whitehurst, quietly announced this week that the company had broken the $500 million mark in 2008, a first for an open source company. Should the company's success be taken as a sign of the maturation of open source, ... 

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.3 released

    Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.3 was released on January 20, with up-to-date security features and enhanced virtualization, OpenJDK, and Intel Nehalem processor support. RHEL 5 is more secure than RHEL 4, with the company issuing fewer advisories in vers... 

  • When to use SELinux: An introduction to security-enhanced Linux

    Confused about security-enhanced Linux (SELinux)? Find out what it is and how and where to implement this Linux security system. Ken Milberg explains its origins and provides some good advice for implementing the system in your Linux distribution inc... 

  • Enterprise Linux 2008: The year in review

    Linux made huge strides in maturity and ubiquity in 2008, as it delved further into virtualization, cloud computing and use in mission-critical environments. Our Enterprise Linux 2008 year in review notes some of the highlights of Linux growth this y...