Tag Archives: Linux

Ubuntu 8.04 Beta

Ubuntu has just released a beta for the new April release of “Hardy Heron” as it’s called. Lots of new features have been included. Linux kernel 2.6.24 GNOME 2.22 PolicyKit Firefox 3 Beta 4 Virtualization ActiveDirectory integration Memory Protection Wubi … Continue reading

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High Performance Enabled SSH

For those who don’t know SSH – Secure SHell – is a secure way of remote administration of a server through the command line. This was first used in Unix servers but has made it’s way to Linux and Windows, … Continue reading

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Fedora 8 Released

Fedora 8 was released and some of the biggest improvements were to the audio system. A new daemon dubbed PulseAudio allows much more control over audio streams and the programs producing them. Another big improvement is the inclusion of a … Continue reading

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Redhat Enterprise Linux 5 Released

Redhat Enterprise Linux 5 or RHEL 5 is due to be released today. PC world has an article discussing the newest offering from Redhat. Also ZD Net has this article speculating over whether RHEL 5 will support virtualizaiton out of … Continue reading

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HowToForge Guides for Linux

I found by means of this blog here, a couple guides for installing Mandriva and Fedora Core 6. I haven’t personally used these guides, nor have I personally installed either of the OSes. These guides however seem pretty thorough and … Continue reading

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