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  • Red Hat and SUSE solidify market positions

    Red Hat and SUSE are poised to attain greater market share while warding off new entrants whose eyes are turning toward the enterprise Linux market. 

  • Installing SLED 10

    Open source software and apps expert Bernard Golden says that installing SUSE Linux Desktop 10 isn't any harder than installing Windows. 

  • Linux, virtualization help GHY meet post-9/11 requirements

    In the post-9/11 world, security measures have been tightened, especially in the import/export industry. Learn how one firm used Linux and hardware virtualization to keep up with changing rules and add flexibility to client IT environments. 

  • Going from Mandriva to Red Hat or SuSE

    An open source issues and strategies expert explains why moving from Mandriva to Red Hat or SuSE is not a drastic change due to the similarity of Linux distributions. 

  • Golden's Rules: Red Hat/JBoss pairing bad news for BEA, Novell

    Red Hat's acquisition of JBoss is bad news for proprietary middleware vendors, particularly BEA, and Red Hat's competitor, Novell, says columnist Bernard Golden. 

  • Engineer's take on Novell's new SuSE desktop, server, Linux roadmap

    Novell's new SuSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 (SLED 10) is beating Microsoft Vista to market by months, and the Xen virtualization features in the upcoming SuSE Enterprise Server are right on target. In short, Novell's Linux roadmap looks great. Now,... 

  • SuSE Linux vs. Red Hat Linux

    Open source software and applications expert Bernard Golden describes the differences between Red Hat Linux and SuSE Linux. 

  • Novell missteps not affecting SuSE

    As rumors fly that Novell may be tightening its budgetary belt, analysts and users seek to diagnose what a weakened SuSE could mean to the Linux community. 

  • Learning the SuSE Linux shortcuts

    The author of The Developer Shortcut Guide to SuSE Linux offers tips on SuSE administration and development, choosing between KDE and GNOME, and deploying JBoss. 

  • The Developer Shortcut Guide to SUSE Linux, chapters 1 & 2

    The Developer Shortcut Guide to SUSE Linux, authored by John Featherly, is targeted at experienced developers who are looking to get a quick start on writing open source-based enterprise applications. These are developers writing custom corporate app...