|Forum: Linux, Unix, and *nix like Operating Systems|
|Displaying Topics 1 - 40 (45 total) Sorted by: Date-Last-Post, Direction: forward|
|1:|| Linux Continues to Pick up Steam|
It seems the rate of Linux converts is increasing. This is leading to more and more requests for basic new user information.
|Jan 7, 2002|
|2:|| AOL to buy Redhat|
Washington Post is reporting that AOL is in negotiations to purchase Red Hat.
|Jan 23, 2002|
|3:|| *nix New User Intros|
The number of converts continues to grow and so does the need for basic information about *nix.
|Jan 30, 2002|
|4:|| Chmod and Setting Permissions|
"When implementing scripts on *nix hosts the question that invariably comes up is how the numerical designation often given in instructions matches permissions."
|Feb 7, 2002|
|5:|| What Does Linux Look Like - A Screen Shot Tour|
With Linux you have literally hundreds of graphical interfaces to choose from.
|May 15, 2002|
|6:|| Real World Linux - The Big Move From Windows to Linux|
"I have recently jumped over to Linux from Windows, after putting it off for far too long, and thought it might be worth sharing my experience in order to encourage others in the same boat."
|June 26, 2002|
|7:|| Mandrake and Suse to Distribute Opera for Linux|
Opera Software bags its two largest distribution deals ever for Linux.
|July 5, 2002|
|8:|| Is Linux Really Going To Rule the Desktop?|
Are the best days of Linux over or yet to come?
|Oct 23, 2002|
|9:|| Coasterless CD Burning|
It seems that the well stocked CDRW home is never without enough drink coasters. Tips to prevent blown CD burning.
|Nov 18, 2002|
|10:|| Open Source will *eventually* rule the desktop.|
"Five years ago *nix was in the realm of the (excuse the phrase) "ultra geeks". Today, webmasters and SEOs commonly chose linux as their operating system of choice. What will it be five years from now? I think it is wide open. "
|Nov 18, 2002|
|11:|| Walmarts $199 PC Sells Briskly|
"By dropping software from Microsoft and avoiding "Intel inside," retailer Wal-Mart Stores is offering a $199 computer it says is a hot seller on its Web site, attracting novices looking for a way onto the Internet as well as high-end users wanting a second box."
|Dec 7, 2002|
|12:|| Running Win98 From Inside Linux|
"...how tough is it to run Win from inside Linux...?"
|Dec 30, 2002|
|13:|| Linux Getting More User Friendly|
The old line on Linux that it was hard to install and harder to maintain is finally starting to give way: "...a fresh Redhat 8.0 install its amazing how far its come. The Font's, icon crispness and overall look is light years from where it was."
|Feb 3, 2003|
|14:|| SpamAssassin - What do you Think?|
Open Source anti Spam program starts to make some waves as a viable spam killer.
|Aug 7, 2003|
|15:|| Favorite Command Line Tools?|
Long live the CLI!
|Aug 14, 2003|
|16:|| How to secure UNIX server from hackers?|
A detailed starting-point list of UNIX security tips.
|Feb 11, 2004|
|17:|| Microsoft Loses Major Contract to Linux|
"The switch will be the biggest PC defection to Linux ever..."
|June 18, 2004|
|18:|| Microsoft Waging AstroTurf Campaign Against Linux?|
"Could Microsoft be behind a smear campaign aimed at Linux? ... the continued attacks against Linux. The media is peppered with them. When one starts to die down, another one crops up...every single one of these assertions is laughable..."
|July 12, 2004|
|19:|| Debian Distro Ubuntu is Shipping for Free|
Ubuntu has been shipping free cd's of its distro for some time now - actually, sets containing a live (Knoppix-like - just boot, no install) CD and a 'regular' CD, for Intel, Apple, and AMD64 architectures. They're in fact shipping *loads* of such cd's - for free - if you go to their shipping page, the default number to order is 10. Probably not a bad way to introduce acquaintances to Linux.
|Dec 4, 2004|
|20:|| Michael Dell puts $99.5M in Red Hat Linux|
A fairly significant event in operating system history.
|May 16, 2005|
|21:|| Open Invention Network (OIN) organisation to Acquire Linux Patents|
"Five large technology companies are joining forces to acquire patents related to open source operating system Linux, in an effort to sustain demand amid the threat of licensing charges."
|Nov 10, 2005|
|22:|| Microsoft pledges to support "select" Linux virtual machines|
"Microsoft made a big splash at LinuxWorld on Monday, announcing the availability of Virtual Server 2005 R2 as a free download and making a pledge to support "select" Linux virtual machines on its platform."
|Apr 4, 2006|
|23:|| Linux Foundation Formed|
"Two main Linux groups, Open Source Development Labs and the Free Standards Group are merging to form the Linux Foundation."
|Jan 22, 2007|
|24:|| Securing A Linux Web Server|
"If you self-manage or co-lo a Linux server, you absolutely need to know how to secure it. If you don't know, you need managed hosting. Full stop. No questions."
|Mar 18, 2007|
|25:|| Managing a Dedicated Server: Learning Linux Basics|
"I want to upgrade to a dedicated Linux server. However, I have NO idea how to manage a sever and wouldn't know where to start."
|May 11, 2007|
|26:|| Adobe to Join Linux Foundation|
"Adobe's decision to join the Linux Foundation is a natural extension of its commitment to open standards and open source, which demonstrates its leadership and foresight in the software industry," said Jim Zemlin, executive director at the Linux Foundation.
|Apr 2, 2008|
|27:|| Making Easy Graph XML Output From Log Files|
"Remember, you can download Windows versions all the Linux command line tools so anyone can use these simple but powerful commands to process mass quantities of data without buying all sorts of fancy expensive software."
|June 24, 2009|
|28:|| Microsoft Releases Linux Drivers Under GNU GPL V2||July 20, 2009|
|29:|| A Week Without Microsoft Windows|
"...running nothing but Linux for a week. The aim being that as I discovered problems I would try and find solutions, in the hope that these ideas may be of use to other members."
|Mar 8, 2010|
|30:|| My Week Running Linux (Summary)|
"I set myself with a the challenge of using nothing but Linux for a week to see if modern versions of the Linux operating system really are mature and stable enough for an average user."
|Mar 18, 2010|
|31:|| Six Year Old Critical Bug In Linux Silently Patched|
"The Linux kernel folks 'silently' pushed out a patch for a critical privilege escalation bug this week."
|Aug 20, 2010|
|32:|| Jury Finds Against Google in Linux Patent Case|
A jury in the Eastern District of Texas handed a verdict in favor of Bedrock Computer Technologies LLC, determining that Google infringes a Linux-related patent, that the patent is valid, and that Google should pay $5 million for past infringement (through the trial date).[br][br]At least indirectly, if not directly, this also has ramifications for Google's Linux-based Android mobile operating system...
|Apr 22, 2011|
|33:|| Ubuntu Linux To Be Developed For Smartphones, Tablets, And Smart TVs|
This is a natural expansion of our idea as Ubuntu as Linux for human beings. As people have moved from desktop to new form factors for computing, it's important for us to reach out to out community on these platforms. So, we'll embrace the challenge of how to use Ubuntu on smartphones, tablets and smart-screens.
|Oct 31, 2011|
|34:|| Ubuntu 12.10 Unity Dash Update To Incorporate Search Results From Amazon|
Canonical, Ubuntu's parent company, has added Amazon search results to the upcoming Ubuntu 12.10 Unity Dash search function.
|Sept 24, 2012|
|35:|| After Being Hacked, Canonical Warns Ubuntu Forum Users To Change Passwords Immediately|
The Ubuntu Forums were closed Saturday evening, following the discovery that the site's homepage was defaced by someone who managed to gain privileged access to its underlying servers.
|July 22, 2013|
|36:|| Linux 3.11 Released|
Linus Torvalds has just announced the release of Linux 3.11 as anticipated.
|Sept 3, 2013|
|37:|| Why Webmasters Should Use Desktop Linux|
WebmasterWorld Members discuss the general and specific advantages of desktop Linux, including some advantages specific to webmasters.
|Oct 7, 2013|
|38:|| Critical Crypto GnuTLS Bug Leaves Linux, Many Apps Open to Eavesdropping|
For the time being, users should assume this is a critical bug.
|Mar 5, 2014|
|39:|| Up To 25,000 Unix/Linux Web Servers Infected By Ebury SSH Rootkit|
As many as 25,000 web servers infected with Linux malware have been used in the past two years to hit website visitors with two variants of Windows malware.
|Mar 20, 2014|
|40:|| Linux/Unix Critical Security Hole Discovered|
The Linux and Unix shell has a serious security issue and it may affect many web servers. Fixes and updates are recommended as soon as possible.
|Sept 25, 2014|