Packet Fence bundles many useful and powerful network protection tools into an attractive, integrated package. Such as network access control, monitoring, intrusion detection, VLAN isolation, DHCP fingerprinting, and captive portal. Eric Geier introduces us to this protective powerhouse.
According to¬†Linux Today, Firefox 3.5 is now the world‚Äôs most popular browser. That means that there are millions of Linux users who choose Mozilla Firefox for their surfing needs. Although there are some very good reasons that Linux users like to use Firefox, the default skin is not one of them. Quite frankly, it‚Äôs quite boring...
Friday, 08 January 2010 10:21
Joe 'Zonker' Brockmeier
The command line can be very intimidating to new users. Having to use the command line is one of the chief complaints and fears for a lot of users who venture into Linux. But it doesn't have to be scary, and you don't need to know everything to dip your toe in and find out how useful the CLI can be.