Category: Linux

R-E-S-P-E-C-T

July 26, 2019 Linux Open Source 0

Linus is a more extreme version of this philosophy than I am.  If you have ever read some of his insults on the Linux kernel mailing lists you will understand the questioner’s stance even more.  It all comes down to is respect earned or given freely?  Towards the end when the questioner tries a typical… Read more

How to Clean an Infected Windows PC?

March 17, 2011 Linux Microsoft Open Source Security 0

Operating Systems Lifecycle Chart « Benjamin Schweizer.

February 28, 2011 Linux Microsoft Open Source 0

My latest project

February 12, 2011 Cloud Computing Linux Microsoft Open Source SBS 2008 Server 2008 Windows 0

More Church client news

February 8, 2011 Church Linux NPO's 0

Radio Support

February 8, 2011 Linux NPO's Radio 0

An Interesting Revelation

December 21, 2010 Linux Open Source 0

What the acronyms from cat /proc/cpuinfo mean

December 13, 2010 AMD Hardware Intel Linux Open Source 0

Red Hat Releases RHEL 6

November 10, 2010 Linux Open Source Vendors 0

Further Explanation of Why We Need to Move to Postgres

November 10, 2010 Linux Open Source 0

It’s time to move to postgres

November 4, 2010 Linux Open Source 0

IN Support of Another NPO

October 26, 2010 Linux NPO's Open Source Radio 0

Server Donation Part 4

October 14, 2010 Church Linux NPO's Open Source 0

Zimbra is about ready to go

September 15, 2010 Church Linux NPO's Open Source 0

More Donated Server News

September 15, 2010 Church Linux Microsoft NPO's Open Source 0

What to do with a major server donation

August 15, 2010 Church Hardware Intel Linux NPO's Open Source 0

Windows Security Issues Causing Increasingly Diffulcult Malware Removals

July 28, 2010 Linux Microsoft Windows 0

PERC S300 – Another FAKERAID card

June 27, 2010 Hardware Linux Open Source Storage Vendors Windows 0

Intel will ship x86 android 2.2 this summer – The Inquirer

June 25, 2010 Linux 0

A case for Linux on the Corporate Desktop

June 21, 2010 Linux Microsoft Open Source Windows 0

When Cloud Computing Can Help Security

June 21, 2010 Linux Security 0

Windows Server vs. Linux…which is better?

June 9, 2010 Linux Microsoft Open Source SBS 2008 Windows 0

MS SBS is rapidly loosing its luster.

May 30, 2010 Linux Microsoft Windows 0

Terremark vCloud Express: First month « TechOpsGuys.com

May 12, 2010 Linux Open Source 0

How Open Source software can help save costs in our medical system.

December 15, 2009 Linux Open Source 0

Firewall Server Offerings Set

August 2, 2009 Linux Open Source Security 0

Centos Comes off of Life Support..But is the Project Truly in Recovery?

August 2, 2009 Linux Open Source 0

Best and Worst Security Award Winners From the Blackhat Conference.

July 31, 2009 Linux Microsoft Office Open Source Security Windows 0

What the BOOM post means to ECC clients

July 30, 2009 Linux Open Source 0

When an OPen Source Project Goes BOOM!!!!

July 30, 2009 Linux 0

Security issues with sudo in Ubuntu

July 18, 2009 Linux Open Source Security 0

Narrowing Down My Firewall Server Offerings

January 17, 2009 Linux Open Source Security 0

A New BSD Based Firewall Distro

January 15, 2009 Linux Open Source Security 0

Linux Distro Timeline

January 5, 2009 Linux Open Source 0

Google’s Andriod Already A Netbook OS

January 2, 2009 Linux Open Source 0

Defrag my linux?

August 27, 2005 Linux Open Source 0

BS’ Blog: Bryan J Smith devles into the MS file systems and compares then against Linux/Unix file sytems and digs out why MS needs defragmenting but Linux does not. *UPDATE* Bryan has updaed the post with more XFS and clarifications