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  • Richard Petersen's Red Hat Linux quiz

    Take Richard Petersen's pop quiz on Red Hat Linux! 

  • Red Hat brings SE Linux to Fedora

    Security Enhanced Linux is a step closer to inclusion in Red Hat's enterprise server offerings with the latest beta release of Fedora. 

  • Quick Takes: Management tool developed for RHEL

    NetScout Systems Inc. released an all-in-one application and network management appliance for Red Hat Enterprise Linux, leading off this week's edition of Quick Takes. Also included are items from Scalix Corp., LiveTime Software Inc. and TimeSys Corp... 

  • Red Hat repairs bugs in two software packages

    Remote code execution and denial-of-service vulnerabilities have been repaired in two software packages included in Red Hat Enterprise Linux. 

  • Quick Takes: EDAC picks Red Hat as recommended platform

    The Electronic Design Automation Consortium's new road map has Red Hat as its preferred platform on x86, Itanium 2 and Opteron architectures, leading off this edition of Quick Takes. 

  • Red Hat releases 2.6 test version of Fedora

    Linux distributor Red Hat announced the availability of Fedora Core 2, a test version of the Fedora Project based on the 2.6 kernel. 

  • Court's verdict: Linux over Solaris

    The Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts recently announced it would port several mission-critical applications from the Solaris-on-Intel platform to Red Hat. 

  • SuSE Enterprise Server 8 reaches Common Criteria EAL3

    SuSE Linux AG, IBM, and security consultancy Atsec are expected to announce today that SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 8 has reached Common Criteria Evaluation Assurance Level 3. The announcement will be made at LinuxWorld Conference & Expo. 

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux gets broad LSB certification

    RHEL 3.0 is the first distribution to be certified by the Free Standards Group for all Linux Standard Base (LSB) architectures, including IBM's iSeries, pSeries, zSeries and 390 platforms. 

  • Fury brims over Red Hat support changes

    Some loyal Red Hat Linux users aren't about to pay for enterprise-grade Linux and are hunting down new distributors. Red Hat, meanwhile, says there have been misunderstandings and that options exist for everyone.