Developers of the free Samba server have packed the newest version 4 into the 3.4 tarball to form Franky.more »
Hewlett-Packard and the Canonical Linux firm have announced certification of the Ubuntu 9.04 Server Edition on HP's ProLiant G6 server family.more »
Data Center Intro Smart tools for the cloud and rackMay 31, 2009
The server space is changing, bringing new opportunities for the agile admin. If you plan on taking up residence in the new data center, you'd better get your toolkit ready. This month we explore tools and techniques for data center and server room environments.more »
Mail transfer agent (MTA) Postfix is now available in version 2.6.0. Managing multiple Postfix instances on a single host is now possible for the first time.more »
Samba4Wins Replicating WINS servers on Linux with Samba4WinsApr 30, 2009
Samba4Wins lets you set up a WINS server for NetBIOS name resolution in Linux.more »
The eBox project integrates web server, proxy, DNS, LDAP, Postfix, OpenSSL, load balancing and more in their server, which should provide small and medium size businesses comprehensive network infrastructures, and is now available in version 1.0.more »
Silicon Graphics Incorporated (SGI), the Californian based server manufacturer, has filed for bankruptcy protection and agreed to sell its assets to Rackable Systems Inc.more »
Dnsmasq Small scale DNS and DHCP with DnsmasqMar 31, 2009
Dnsmasq is a practical alternative for DNS on a small scale.more »
Popular open source encryption tool is vulnerable to attack
New “Yakkety Yak” edition emphasizes cloud and servers
Google finally enters the phone hardware business.
Innovative system adds a hard drive and Ubuntu Core to the RPi for an IoT hub.
Linux is two weeks younger than we thought!
The Apache Software Foundation considers retiring OpenOffice
Adobe won’t kill the plugin in 2017
Linux Foundation's big event celebrates the 25th anniversary of Linux
Linux has evolved from “won’t be a professional” project to one of the most professional software projects in the history of computers.