enterprise linux

Recently I wrote about installing and running Xcache under Red hat enterprise Linux and CentOS Linux. By default Xcache use /dev/zero for caching. All you have to do is create /dev/zero in chrooted jail. Type the following command (assuming that your jail is located at /lighttpd.jail directory): # mkdir -p /lighttpd.jail/dev # mknod -m 666 […]

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RHEL 5.1 has been released. Redhat announced the availability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.1, with integrated virtualization. This release provides the most compelling platform for customers and software developers ever, with its industry-leading virtualization capabilities complementing Red Hat’s newly announced Linux Automation strategy. It offers the industry’s broadest deployment ecosystem, covering standalone systems, virtualized […]

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Explains how to use scrub software to erase hard disk data under Linux / UNIX operating system by following dod 5220.22-m / NNSA NAP-14.x compliant utilities.

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Currently Dell only offers Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and Suse Novell on Dell Server. Canonical, the company that supports Ubuntu Linux, is trying to work out a deal with hardware vendors such as Dell to make Ubuntu available preinstalled on servers. Ubuntu Desktop from Dell was the first preinstalled mainstream distro for end users. […]

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Build 56528 is a release build of VMware Server 1.0.4. It is a maintenance bug fix release to address security issues. Upgrading VMWare server is a piece of cake under Redhat Enterprise Linux / CentOS Linux version 5.0. Please note that following instructions are tested on RHEL 4.5, 5.0 and CentOS Linux 5.0 only. You […]

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Oracle 11g for Linux x86 has been released and available for download from official web site: Oracle Database 11g extends Oracle’s unique ability to deliver the benefits of grid computing with more self-management and automation, making it easier to innovate faster with confidence using Real Application Testing, manage more data for less with advanced partitioning […]

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