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Linux's Tell-Tale Heart, Part 2

Author: JT Smith Security for beginning sysadmins. This episode: using thelogcheck script to keep abreast of security threats to your Linux system. Category: Linux
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X Windows Must Die!

Author: JT Smith X is bloated, ugly, feature-starved, and impossible to use. That's right, it's afeisty anti-X polemic from osOpinion.com; put on your asbestos suit. Category: Linux
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Linux's Tell-Tale Heart, Part 3

Author: JT Smith More security for beginning sysadmins. This time we learn howportsentry can identify port-scanners and stop them in their tracks. Category: Linux
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Digital rights management workshop: The deck stacked against consumers?

-By Grant Gross - Free Software and consumer-rights activists are asking for their positions to be heard during a digital rights management workshop sponsored by the Technology Administration of the U.S. Department of Commerce. Critics say the panel as of now -- with bigwig representatives from...
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LuteLinux

Author: Benjamin D. Thomas LuteLinux simplifies. We make Linux easy to install and use. We distribute Linux with an easy installer, and a great deal of application software. We are the provider of choice for installations, documentation, training and certification, consulting and...
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And now for something completely different...

The following patch will change the behavior of the window maker dock to that of the clip allowing you to place icons in any arbitrary order.(click the read more button for the patch) Author: Mike Baker --- wmaker-0.61.1.orig/src/dock.c Mon Sep 27 11:58:05 1999 +++ wmaker-0.61.1/src/dock.c Tue Nov...
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Color up your life with vim

'vim' (vi Improved) has built in syntax highlighting. To enable this, simply enter command mode (:) and type syntax on. You can even add your own syntax highlighting schemes, which are placed in /usr/share/vim/syntaxAuthor: Marius Aamodt Eriksen
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Name that NIC

Did you know the IEEE is responsibe for the MAC (machine address) of your network card? Click here and punch in the first 6 hex digits of your card (3 bytes) to see the manufacturer. On a related note, you can also have your card use a different MAC address ifconfig eth1 hw ether deadbeef0001(this...
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Elfstone Linux

Author: Benjamin D. Thomas Elfstone Linux is a highly stable Linux distribution specifically designed for programmers, engineers and network administrators. This distro is a networking specific OS and perhaps the most Unix-like of all commercial distributions. Keeping it simple, thin, and...
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Best Linux

Author: Benjamin D. Thomas The Best Linux operating system is easy to install with no complicated options. Graphical installation goes smoothly, either on a new computer or beside another operating system. Selecting which operating system to start is simple thanks to an advanced graphical...
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