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This Review contains major "Linux"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.
- Linux is an operating system that was initially created as a hobby by a young student, Linus Torvalds, at the University of Helsinki in Finland.
- Linux is a free open source UNIX OS for PCs that was originally developed in 1991 by Linus Torvalds, a Finnish undergraduate student.
- Linux is a clone of the Unix kernel, written from scratch by Linus Torvalds with assistance from a loosely-knit team of hackers across the Net.
- Linux is the kernel: the program in the system that allocates the machine's resources to the other programs that you run.
- Linux is a stable, efficient, full-featured clone of Unix that has been ported to a variety of architectures.
- I have been told that openSUSE is a project, whereas SUSE Linux is a distribution.
- Cirrus Tech offers most of the popular Linux distributions, such as Ubuntu, CentOS, Debian, Fedora Core, and openSUSE, on their Linux VPS plans.
- Fedora, Mandriva, OpenSuSE, Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Debian and others have been put to the test at some point or another.
- Novell typically uses a version of openSUSE as the basis for SUSE Linux Enterprise.
- Eclipse is available on any operating system with a modern Java virtual machine (including Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X, Sun, HP-UX, and other systems).
- Also available are compatibility layers, which allow binary code compiled for other operating systems, including Linux, FreeBSD, SunOS and HP-UX, to be run.
- Squid is free software that runs on a dozen UNIX operating systems, including BSDI, Solaris, SCO, AIX, HP-UX, and Linux.
- She has over a decade of experience administering and teaching Netware, Microsoft, Cisco, Checkpoint, SCO, Solaris, Linux, and BSD systems.
- SCO then found Unix code that it says was copied directly into Linux and has said it will sue others as well.
- OpenSUSE delivers everything that Linux developers and enthusiasts need to get started with Linux.
- The openSUSE project gives Linux developers and enthusiasts everything they need to get started with Linux.
- According to Linux developer survey data from Evans Data Corp., KDE was used by 70 percent of Linux developers, GNOME by 64 percent.
- Before OSDL, Weinberg was a founder at MontaVista Software, and helped established Linux as a favored platform for next-generation intelligent devices.
- Since OSDL and the FSG were each formed more than six years ago, Linux has grown significantly in server, desktop, and embedded usage around the world.
- OSDL is the only organization where Linux developers, customers and vendors can all participate as equals.
- A Firm Foundation for the Linux Desktop Nearly every advance of Linux, open source, and free software on the desktop owes a debt to the X Window System.
- The KDE 2.1.1 desktop environment: VERY stable, easy to use, Internet enabled, makes the transition from Windows to Linux desktop almost effortless.
- This support may be a small step for GNOME and KDE, but it's a giant leap for the Linux desktop.
- The goal of Ark Linux is making Linux as easy as possible for new users while remaining a technically sane system.
- Ark Linux is a Linux distribution designed especially for desktop use, primarily for people without prior Linux experience.
- Ark Linux Live is designed to be as close to the "normal" version of Ark Linux as possible - and is built from the same source code.
- Linux on zSeries originated as two separate efforts to port Linux to IBM's largest servers.
- A project has been underway for a while to port Linux to suitable 68000-series based systems like Amigas and Ataris.
- MkLinux is an Open Source Software project, initiated by OSF Research Institute and Apple Computer, in order to port Linux to the PowerPC platform.
- MacOS driver which allows you to mount ext2 filesystems (Linux and MkLinux) on the Macintosh.
- MkLinux: A distribution for PowerPC systems which runs Linux as a server on top of the Mach microkernel.
- MkLinux started as a project sponsored by Apple Computer and OSF Research Institute, to get "Linux on Mach" ported to the Macintosh computer.
- If not, how do you think Linux will benefit from.NET? Torvalds: I think.NET is a complete mind game and hype.
- But, before the name was changed, his friend Ari Lemmke encouraged Torvalds to upload Linux to a network so it could be easily downloaded.
- Linus Torvalds -- Torvalds was a computer science student at the University of Helsinki when he wrote the Linux kernel in 1991.
- There is a saying in the Linux community that if you learn Red Hat, you'll know Red Hat, but if you learn Slackware, you'll know Linux.
- The goal of The Fedora Project is to work with the Linux community to build a complete, general purpose operating system exclusively from free software.
- Fedora Core 4 is distributed by the Fedora Project, an Open Source project drawing on all the resources of the Linux community.
- Before this wisdom dawned on the Linux community, Red Hat, Debian and Slackware had spawned several dozen distros.
- The evolution of the UNIX operating system into two broad schools (BSD and SYSV) and the development of Linux, a popular open source operating system.
- Wikipedia has similar structure to Linux, an open source operating system which anyone is free to modify.
- ImpiLinux has developed a local version of the Linux open source operating system, with added features that make it more useful but carry a fee.
- Installation and support services for OpenBSD and Linux based servers and firewalls on PC and Soekris platforms.
- Now installed by default on OpenBSD. NotGNU,[ 13] a small, fast, freeware implementation for DOS, Win16, Win32 and Linux by Julie Melbin.
- It is also cross-platform using ANSI C and GCC, currently running on OpenBSD, Darwin, Linux, and Win32.
- Scientific Linux is a Linux release put together by Fermilab, CERN, and various other labs and universities around the world.
- Scientific Linux is a vendor-cleansed version of the latest Red Hat Enterprise Linux, completely recompiled from source.
- Scientific Linux release 4.2 is based on the rebuilding of RPMs out of SRPMs from [Red Hat] Enterprise 4 AS, including Update 2.
- Some of the more "powerful" features are OpenGL 2.1 acceleration, not just in Windows but also in Linux.
- The distribution's ultimate goal is to provide a Linux alternative to Windows and let Windows users enjoy all the features of Linux without complications.
- Postbooks - A fully integrated ERP solution for small and medium businesses; features a graphical client which runs on Linux, Mac and Windows.
- Foresight Linux is a Distribution which showcases the latest and greatest version of the GNOME Desktop Environment and Freedesktop.org.
- Foresight Linux is a distribution based on rPath Linux (and its Conary package management), which showcases the latest and greatest from the GNOME project.
- Foresight Linux is a Linux distribution for your desktop that features a rolling release schedule that always keeps your desktop up to date.
- Gnoppix is a debian linux that boots from a CD. I'll give it a go to see what debian is like.
- On Debian Linux to download and install just do 'apt-get linuxconf'.
- Ubuntu Linux rests on an incredibly powerful package management system based on Debian Linux.
- USB Pen Drive Linux is portable Linux compilation that is based purely on Debian Linux.
- Demudi is a Linux distribution based on Debian Linux which is designed for easily working with multimedia.
- Trouble? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org -- from debian manifesto: Debian Linux is a brand-new kind of Linux distribution.
- So Jascha, the project founder built one from a stripped down version of Knoppix called Model-K. Both of which were built from Debian Linux.
- GNOME is a free-software project whose goal is to develop a complete, accessible and easy to use desktop for Linux and Unix-based operating systems.
- GNOME is a computer desktop environment designed to make UNIX and UNIX-like operating systems, such as Linux, easier for non-technical users.
- There are many different desktop environments available for Linux, including KDE, GNOME, and X11, that can be installed by a user.
- ROX is a desktop environment, like GNOME, KDE and XFCE. It is an attempt to bring some of the good features from RISC OS to Unix and Linux.
- PeaZip's most used functions are reachable from SendTo and context menu (Windows), and from service menus (Linux, KDE) and Nautilus scripts (Linux, Gnome).
- It shipped with Linux 2.6.11, KDE 3.4 and GNOME 2.10. This version introduced the new Clearlooks theme, which was inspired by the Red Hat Bluecurve theme.
- Lites provides binary compatibility with 4.4 BSD. NetBSD (0.8, 0.9, and 1.0), FreeBSD (1.1.5 and 2.0), 386BSD, UX (4.3BSD) and Linux on the i386 platform.
- The Xen distribution already contains versions of FreeBSD, Linux, NetBSD, and Plan 9 from Bell Labs that have been so modified.
- Binary compatibility with many programs built for Linux, SCO, SVR4, BSDI and NetBSD.
- Audacity Audio Editor - Free, fully-functional multi-track audio editor for Windows (98 and later), Macintosh (MacOS and OSX), and Linux.
- ServletExec is a fast servlet and JSP engine that can be plugged into most popular Web servers for Solaris, Windows, MacOS, HP-UX and Linux.
- It has been successfully compiled and tested to run on FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, MacOS X and Linux.
- I have tested Mandriva, Fedora, Ubuntu, and Suse, and I personally think Novell has the best shot at winning Microsoft Windows users over to Linux.
- The openSUSE project is a worldwide community program sponsored by Novell that promotes the use of Linux everywhere.
- Novell today announced it has acquired Immunix, Inc., a leading provider of host-based application security solutions for Linux.
- After the ruling, Novell announced they have no interest in suing people over Unix and stated, "We don't believe there is Unix in Linux".
- LAuS was developed by Novell and SUSE LINUX to make Linux more secure and to attain the CC EAL4 certificate.
- Red Hat has Wall Street as far as Linux is concerned," McNealy told me when I asked him if he thought that SUSE Linux was a threat.
- Now Novell has also renamed SUSE Linux to openSUSE with version 10.2 of the distro.
- Knoppix has offered the Linux 2.6 kernel as an option since version 3.4; since version 3.8 it has been standard.
- KnoppMyth is a [[Debian]] based Linux distribution that uses some of the [[Knoppix]] scripts for hardware detection.
- Those curious to see the capabilities of Linux can download a live CD version of Knoppix, SUSE or Ubuntu and venture out.
- We produce Gentoo Linux, a special flavor of Linux that can be automatically optimized and customized for just about any application or need.
- The project gives free and easy access to all the opportunities of Gentoo Linux.
- Unlike Knoppix, which is based on Debian, Jollix is based on Gentoo Linux.
- Knoppix is a Debian (Linux for developers) base, and "Berry Linux" is a Red Hat (for general) base.
- Berry Linux 0.86 for Linux - Berry Linux is a bootable CD Linux with automatic hardware detection and support for many graphics cards and sound cards.
- Berry Linux, the distribution based off of Fedora Core, has released version 0.67.
- VPS accounts have been engineered for Linux based operating systems and currnently supports Fedora Core 4 and CentOS 4.x Operating systems.
- FoX Linux 2.0 Beta 1 for Linux - FoX Linux is a single-CD desktop-oriented Linux distribution based on Fedora Core, with KDE as its preferred desktop.
- I have a development server running Fedora Core 5 configured as a Linux, Apache, MySql, and PHP (LAMP) server.
- The Linux market is growing rapidly, and the revenue of servers, desktops, and packaged software running Linux is expected to exceed $35.7 billion by 2008.
- BackupPC allows you to back up your Windows, Linux and Mac OS X PCs, desktops and laptops to a server's disk.
- Windows is most popular on desktops while Linux is most popular in server environments.
- Mandriva Linux was launched in 1998 under the name of Mandrake Linux, with the goal of making Linux easier to use for everyone.
- Mandriva Linux (formerly Mandrakelinux) was created in 1998 with the goal of making Linux easier to use for everyone.
- The precursor to PCLinuxOS was a set of RPM packages created to improve successive versions of Mandrake Linux (now Mandriva Linux).
- NetSecL is a security-focused distribution and live DVD based on openSUSE (starting from version 3.0, previous versions were based on Slackware Linux).
- Slackware Linux is a complete 32-bit multitasking "UNIX-like" system.
- Download: stux-0.6.1.iso (609MB). STUX is a live CD based on Slackware Linux.
- It is packaged as a live CD, and is intended for desktop users who want to use Slackware Linux without first installing it on their computers.
- Slackware Linux is primarily developed and maintained by Patrick Volkerding, who founded the distribution in 1993.
- Arch Linux is a bleeding-edge distribution built from the ground up using Linux From Scratch as a base with a driving philosophy: keep it simple.
- Arch Linux is a Linux distribution inspired by CRUX and intended to be lightweight and simple.
- I've fiddled with Corel Linux, Mandrake, Turbolinux, and Slackware 9.0, but since I came across Arch Linux 0.7, a.k.a.
- Fedora Linux, the community release of Red Hat, is putting the final touches to its latest release, Fedora 13.
- Fedora Linux was eventually absorbed into the Fedora Project. Fedora is a trademark of Red Hat.
- With the release of Fedora Linux into the wild by Red Hat the proliferation of distributions based on it has been growing.
- Scientific Linux 5.0 for Linux - Scientific Linux is a recompiled Red Hat Enterprise Linux put together by various labs and universities around the world.
- Anaconda, one of the more popular installers, is used by Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Fedora and other distributions to simplify the installation process.
- The major version corresponds to the version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux from which the source packages used to build CentOS are taken.
- Red Hat also has a business version of Linux, which is called Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
- GNOME is the default desktop in distributions such as Ubuntu, Fedora, Debian and Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
- The Hardened Debian project is working to bring PaX, ProPolice, Position independent executables, and several other enhancements to Debian and Ubuntu Linux.
- Gnoppix is a linux live cd based upon Ubuntu Linux.
- At its core, each new Ubuntu Linux release includes a more recent Linux kernel and GNOME desktop environment.
- Ext3 data recovery software support to recover data from Ext2 & Ext3 partitions installed on Mandriva Linux, Turbo Linux, Ubuntu Linux, Debian, etc.
- When you boot with Ubuntu Linux, it starts up and begins running as a "live" version of Linux.
- Including an explanation of what Linux is, how to obtain a free copy of Ubuntu Linux, and how to boot the "live" CD to test Ubuntu Linux.
- Ubuntu Linux is an advanced desktop distribution based on Debian, stressing GNOME. Kubuntu is the same distribution with KDE desktop packages, instead.
- Burapha Linux is a distribution of linux originally derived from Slackware Linux.
- Slackware® is a registered trademark of Slackware Linux, Inc.
- STUX 0.8 is based on Slackware Linux 10.2 and Knoppix 3.7 for kernel and modules.
- The name "Linux" comes from the Linux kernel, originally written in 1991 by Linus Torvalds.
- LINUX.BAT A simple DOS batch file to boot Linux using LOADLIN.EXE. vmlinuz A Linux kernel, with support for SCSI and IDE devices.
- OpenVZ uses a single patched Linux kernel and therefore can run only Linux.
- Openswan is a set of tools for doing IPsec on Linux operating systems.
- Turbolinux is a leading supplier of Linux operating systems and applications in Asia Pacific.
- Perhaps one of the most notable features of Plesk is it's unique ability to work with both Window and Linux operating systems.
- MkLinux is an Open Source operating system which consists of an implementation of the Linux operating system hosted on the Mach microkernel.
- Squashfs (.sfs) is a free (GPL) compressed read-only file system for the Linux operating system.
- T he ext3 or third extended file system is a journalled file system that is coming into increasing use among users of the Linux operating system.
- R-Studio for linux extends the family of powerful and cost-effective data recovery software from R-TT to the linux operating system.
- The flat assembler is a fast and efficient self-assembling 80x86 assembler for DOS, Windows and Linux operating systems.
- You will use VMware to run Windows and Linux operating systems simultaneously when performing exercises in class.
- Our virtual dedicated servers are available with choice of Windows or Linux operating systems.
- NFS - Network File System is a protocol that allows UNIX and Linux systems remotely mount each other's file systems.
- While neither virus is a serious threat to Linux systems, Linux and other Unix systems will not remain virus-free.
- This eBook allows readers to fully customize Linux systems to their own needs and allows users more control over their system.
- This whole guide exists because Linux and the software running on Linux systems is either insecurely written, or insecurely setup.
- Description: SystemRescueCd is a linux system on a bootable cdrom for repairing your system and your data after a crash.
- Since a lot of spyware are viruses or software installed on your system without your knowledge, they do not affect the Linux system.
- A system with a Linux kernel and a mostly GNU userland is usually referred to as a "Linux system" or a "Linux distribution".
- Tripwire costs approximately $70 for Linux, and is only available as an RPM package aimed at Red Hat Linux (tripwire is $500 for other operating systems).
- Red Hat Linux was created when Carmen Sandiego stole the source code for Linux, an operating system written by Kernel Linus Torvalds of the Penguin Army.
- Both Dell and IBM -- which is investing heavily in Linux -- have embraced Red Hat Linux.
- Fedora Core is a new open source group project to create a distribution of Linux based on the old consumer version of Red Hat Linux.
- Historically, Linux has not always used ELF; Red Hat Linux 4 was the first time that distribution used ELF; previous versions had used the a.out format.
- Usually, Red Hat Linux is installed on its own disk partition or set of partitions, or over another installation of Linux.
- It is currently supported on Linux, Solaris and BSD, but has been known to run in some shape or form on IRIX, MacOS X, and Windows.
- Solaris, SunOS, *BSD, BSDI, Linux 1.3.x, HP-UX 9.x) then the more memory you throw at it the better things will get if you are using big databases.
- It is available on Linux and BSD for Intel x86; Linux for Alpha; and Solaris, IRIX, and HP-UX on their native platforms.
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