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Review: GNOME 1.2, the install saga

Author: JT Smith

32bitsonline reviews GNOME 1.2, and takes readers through the difficulties of installing it.

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  • Linux

PR: Free program on electronic privacy threats

Author: JT Smith

The Linux User Group of Los Angeles is offering a free, six-hour program July 22, 2000, on privacy threats to your personal computer and personal information. The schedule includes seminars on protecting your medical privacy and on creating anonymity on the Net.

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  • Linux

Review: ‘Risk management insurance solution’

Author: JT Smith

LWN.net reviews Counterpane Internet Security’s offer of a “first-of-its-kind, comprehensive risk management insurance solution,” announced this week. Yes, they like it.

Category:

  • Linux

Linux’s Tell-Tale Heart, Part 3

Author: JT Smith

More security for beginning sysadmins. This time we learn how
portsentry
can identify port-scanners and stop them in their tracks.

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  • Linux

X Windows Must Die!

Author: JT Smith

X is bloated, ugly, feature-starved, and impossible to use.
That’s right, it’s a
feisty anti-X polemic
from osOpinion.com; put on your asbestos suit.

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  • Linux

Linux’s Tell-Tale Heart, Part 2

Author: JT Smith

Security for beginning sysadmins. This episode: using the
logcheck
script to keep abreast of security threats to your Linux system.

Category:

  • Linux

Personal Electronics on Planes: Safe?

Author: JT Smith

Are cellphones and laptops
safe to use
on planes? The FAA urges caution; a Congressional subcommittee takes up the question today.

Category:

  • Linux

Katz: The “Inviolate Personality”

Author: JT Smith

Jon Katz waxes philosophical on
the loss of privacy in modern life.

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  • Linux

Insurance Against Hackers/Crackers

Author: JT Smith

Counterpane Internet Security has teamed up with Lloyds of London to offer
hacking insurance,
with policies of up to US$10,000,000.

Category:

  • Linux

Sun Microsystems releases StarOffice source code

Author: JT Smith

Sun Microsystems has released the source code of its StarOffice suite, the company announced via Linux PR.

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  • Linux