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Tiny “Portal PC” Comes Loaded With RedHat 6.2

Author: JT Smith

Tina Gasperson writes: Portal Research announced the release of its new Portal PC, a machine touted as an inexpensive solution for home, office, and private networks.

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  • Linux

Drew Eckhardt – True to Form Hacker?

Author: JT Smith

Tina Gasperson writes “Linux Journal offers up this interview with Drew Eckhardt, Linux guru and self-proclaimed skydiving enthusiast and Dilbert fan.

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  • Linux

Random Story With Which Grant May Play

Author: JT Smith

Daniel D. Slosberg writes “Here’s a story for you, Grant. Have fun! “

FreeBSD 4.1 in release candidate mode

Author: JT Smith

The 4.1 branch of FreeBSD has been frozen as of 18:00 GMT July 20, and is available for download.

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  • Linux

Interview: Jay Beale of the Bastille Linux Project

Author: JT Smith

Jay Beale of the Bastille Linux Project talks about “locking down” Linux through the Bastille Linux Project in an interview with linuxsecurity.com.

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  • Linux

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.

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  • 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