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RPM: Beyond Just Installation

by June 30, 2004

Create your own .rpm files, roll back to older software versions, and much more using the rpm command

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Webmin as ISPs’ Control Panel

by June 30, 2004

Quickly set up multiple domains with websites, e-mail and database services on the same server

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Fedora Core Release 2

by June 30, 2004

Many reviews of Core 2 complain that the new release can?t dual boot with Windows and the new SELinux security feature crashes Gnome. But, our story is quite different

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Advanced Graphics in OpenGL

by June 30, 2004

Curves, surfaces and texture mapping form the basics of character generation and game programming. OpenGL makes it simple

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Big Iron for Big Implementations

by June 30, 2004

High-end servers support hundreds of processors, Terabytes of memory and millions of transactions per second. Processor architecture, memory management, virtualization…. Here are the technologies that make them happen

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Localization with ASP.NET 2.0

by June 30, 2004

Use the special ‘Code’ folder in ASP.NET to quickly localize your website to multiple languages

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Sun’s Fire?

by June 30, 2004

The main element of this server series is the Fireplane Interconnect, which allows very fast communication between different components?

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SGI’s Origin and Altix

by June 30, 2004

Based on the NUMAflex architecture, these servers allow faster computation and evaluation of bigger data sets

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Fujitsu’s PRIMEPOWER?

by June 30, 2004

The PRIMEPOWER design provides a modular system board for greater scalibility.

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HP’s GS AlphaServer

by June 30, 2004

The highest-end Alpha servers for large organizations support up to 64 CPUs and up to half Terabyte of memory

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HP’s Superdome

by June 30, 2004

A highly modular architecture that can scale up to 128 processors and a Terabyte of memory

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IBM’s pSeries

by June 30, 2004

This server is based on IBM’s POWER4 architecture, the same one that’s been used to make some of the world’s fastest supercomputers

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How DivX Compresses DVDs?

by June 30, 2004

DivX has become one of the most popular programs for distributing DVDs because it retains the quality despite high compression rates. Here?s how it works

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Branding Exchange 2003 Outlook Web Access

by June 30, 2004

You can create custom themes to brand the look and feel of Outlook Web Access 

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IDS and HoneyPot on Windows

by June 30, 2004

KFsensor is an enterprise-grade HoneyPot for Windows 2000 Server that is a breeze to set up 

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Access Terminal Services through a Web Browser

by June 30, 2004

You can configure Windows Terminal server to provide access through a Web browser, which can be great for remote administration or even user access

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Set up Diskless Thin Clients  

by June 30, 2004

By using outdated machines to connect to Windows Terminal Server through LTSP

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LIC Migrates from UNIX to Linux

by June 30, 2004

This is perhaps the largest migration to Linux that has taken place in the country. It happened across LIC’s 2048 branch offices

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The Big Picture is Changing

by June 30, 2004

As global economies get back on track, the technology-business landscape is being buffeted by winds of change. The next two years could see some major changes taking place in the environment and the computer next to you

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Surf Control

by June 30, 2004

According to a survey* of employees commissioned by Websense International, the biggest factor for Internet misuse is the access of pornography sites (51 percent of respondents) followed by visits to personal mail websites (26 percent) by staff.

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