Debian 3.1 sarge Exploring the long-awaited Debian 3.1 sargeAug 31, 2005
Debian developers coded, talked, and postponed deadlines for 35 months until Debian 3.1, alias Sarge, finally saw the light of the Linux day. The list of new features is impressive, including a new installer and many state of the art technologies.more »
Suse Linux 9.3 Suse Linux 9.3 put through its pacesMay 31, 2005
The latest version of Suse Linux Professional was released in mid-April. As we have come to expect, the box has a large collection of software, some new and a lot of improved Yast modules, and an extensive documentation. Read on to find out what else has changed in Suse Linux 9.3.more »
Linux on SPARC Putting Linux on a Sun SPARC machineApr 30, 2005
We all know Linux works smoothly on PCs, but the PC’s x86 archictecture is just one of a range of platforms Linux supports. This article gives you a head start with setting up Linux on a Sun SPARC machine.more »
Mac on Linux Running Mac OS X under LinuxApr 30, 2005
Emulators now give users the ability to run their beloved Mac OS X on Linux, bringing birds of a feather back togethermore »
User-Mode Linux Getting started with User-Mode LinuxApr 30, 2005
User-Mode Linux feels like Linux because it is Linux. You’ll find a hundred uses for this fast and sensible virtual Linux systemmore »
VMware 4.5.2 The PC Emulator VMware Workstation 4.5.2 for LinuxApr 30, 2005
Version 4.5.2 of the commercial VMware PC emulator was released just recently. For many users, VMware is the preeminent virtual PC. In this article, we’ll tell you what’s new in VMWare Workstation 4.5.2, and we’ll show you how you can get started with running Linux in VMWare.more »
Xandros Desktop OS 3.0 A Look at Xandros Desktop 3.0Mar 31, 2005
Xandros, the successor to Corel OS, is one of many distributions that claim to make life easier for Linux newcomers. We took a look at the latest release, Xandros Desktop Version 3.0.more »
Ubuntu Linux The Free Ubuntu Linux DistributionFeb 28, 2005
Linux comes in many packages – from no-charge distributions to expensive enterprise offerings. Ubuntu Linux is somewhere in between – a free Debian derivative with support options for the enterprise.more »
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