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Magazine articles on Linux.
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September 11, 2000
They Can't Crack What They Can't Find By using the firewalling tools built into the Linux kernel it is possible to make a desktop machine virtually disappear from the crackers' view... mark for My Articles 71 similar articles
September 2000
Maggie Biggs
Oracle8i moves to Linux Oracle8i's Linux port offers the powerful database features you've come to expect from Oracle, including Java 2 support, a built-in JVM, and an XML parser for Java. mark for My Articles 1443 similar articles
September 2000
Todd Coopee, InfoWorld Test Center
Oracle gets RAD with Linux The InfoWorld Test Center puts Oracle's Forms Developer 6i for Linux through its paces. Linux-based Java developers will appreciate the tool's easy-to-use interface and rapid Java-based forums development, but these and other features may cost you plenty... mark for My Articles 787 similar articles
September 2000
Todd Coopee, InfoWorld Test Center
Business Components for Java provides Linux development options Oracle's Business Components for Java (BC4J), part of Oracle's JDeveloper IDE, gives Java developers the tools to create and manage reusable Java components -- on Linux... mark for My Articles 1029 similar articles
September 7, 2000
Sander Plomp
Amateur Fortress Building in Linux Part 1 Sander Plomp is tired of articles telling you to edit inetd.conf. So he wrote this article that looks at how to turn your system into amateur fortress in some interesting ways. mark for My Articles 51 similar articles
September 4, 2000
Review of Linux by Libranet Linux by Libranet is a Debian 2.2 potato based Linux distribution aimed at the desktop user and enhanced by Libranet with the aim of making things easier on the new user or allowing someone to install a comprehensive desktop quickly. mark for My Articles 151 similar articles
August 23, 2000
OpenBSD's Good Example OpenBSD has done a lot of things right and there are some things that the Linux community should study and emulate. Principles the OpenBSD developers are following such as "Secure by Default mode" and code auditing are things that we should be doing to Linux. mark for My Articles 1350 similar articles
August 21, 2000
Securing Linux Mandrake As Linux Mandrake works its way away from its Red Hat roots, they've added a number of features "out of the box" that make it easier to use as a server. However, there are still a number of things that I do before considering a new install "ready" to be configured for offering any services. mark for My Articles 153 similar articles
August 2000
Tom Sullivan
Sun tries to boost Java-on-Linux uptake Sun Microsystems announced at the LinuxWorld Conference & Expo two agreements designed to expand the distribution of J2SE (Java 2 Standard Edition) on Linux platforms. mark for My Articles 1810 similar articles
Linux Journal
September 2000
Daniel Lazenby
Product Review: TimeSys Linux/RT Linux/RT is a tool for developing and testing embedded and non-embedded real-time applications mark for My Articles 1132 similar articles
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