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Magazine articles on Unix.
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May 27, 2004
Michael Singer
Linux Servers Up, Unix Down: Survey Gartner's latest worldwide stats suggest IBM, HP and Dell are in good shape with Linux servers, but Sun Microsystems remains a question mark. mark for My Articles 1162 similar articles
April 19, 2004
Michael Singer
Sun Bundles x86 Solaris Systems for a Song The company offers software subscriptions to compete with Linux and Windows and updates its Web server architecture for AMD Opteron chips. mark for My Articles 767 similar articles
April 8, 2004
X.Org seals the fate of XFree86 The Free software community claims triumph over Xfree86 -- and its ruckus over licensing -- with the first release from mark for My Articles 14 similar articles
April 7, 2004
Michael Singer
Solaris 'Next' Gets Closer to Launch No Microsoft compatibility yet as Sun Microsystems distributes more features of its server OS for developers to tinker with. mark for My Articles 476 similar articles
March 5, 2004
Ryan Naraine
HP Plugs 'Critical' Tru64 UNIX Flaws HP has issued a security patch to plug "highly critical" holes in its HP Tru64 Unix operating system with a warning that a successful exploit could lead to system takeover. mark for My Articles 519 similar articles
March 2, 2004
Jim Wagner
DDoS Vulnerability Found in FreeBSD Security experts at the FreeBSD Project, the open-source operating system group, are asking users to patch their systems against a memory buffer vulnerability that opens the doors to a distributed denial of service mark for My Articles 213 similar articles
January 28, 2004
Michael Singer
Sun Spurns Reboots with Solaris Upgrade The company continues its steady stream of software builds for its next generation operating system as part of its Solaris Express program. mark for My Articles 148 similar articles
January 15, 2004
Susan Kuchinskas
Microsoft Improves Unix Migration Tool Windows Services for Unix 3.5 is free, as Microsoft looks for ways to get administrators from the once-dominant OS onto its platform and away from Linux. mark for My Articles 412 similar articles
November 17, 2003
Russ Banham
Linux Yes, it's replacing Unix, and it continues to inspire passion. But is the tipping point always a day away? mark for My Articles 1532 similar articles
PC Magazine
June 25, 2003
Bill Howard
So Long, MP3; Hello, PVP It's time to declare victory for the iPod and move on to the next big thing in personal entertainment. That may well be the personal video player (PVP), which adds a color LCD to the hard drive MP3 player concept for video as well as audio playback. mark for My Articles 492 similar articles
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