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MontaVista Eyes Bigger Networking, Carrier Linux Wins

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Linux player MontaVista Software is now officially part of chip vendor Cavium Networks, concluding a rapid $50 million transaction that it hopes will see it better able to go after large networking and carrier customers.

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It's About Time: Why Your Network Needs an NTP Server

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Good time keeping is not an obvious priority for network administrators, but the more you think about it the clearer it is that accurate clocks have a crucial role to play on any network.

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Understanding NIC Bonding with Linux

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Network card bonding is an effective way to increase the available bandwidth, if it is done carefully. Without a switch that supports 802.3ad, you must have the right hardware to make it work. In this article we will explain how bonding works so you can deploy the right mode for your situation.

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Fedora 12 Pushes Bleeding Edge of Linux Networking

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Fedora 12 promises seamless, reliable Bluetooth tethering, great support for 3G, mobile USB networking devices, and a very improved Network Manager. Plus a raft of other improvements, as Sean Michael Kerner reports.

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Stumbling and Sniffing Wireless Networks in Linux, Part 3

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In this third and final installment of how to survey the airwaves with Linux tools, Eric Geier shows us more tools for network surveying and discovery, deep snooping, and intrusion detection and alerting.

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Smart Power Monitoring with Network UPS Tools

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For added protection, you can run a power-monitoring utility that will read status information from the UPS and perform a clean shutdown of the connected machine (or machines), preserving data and stopping processes in the proper state.

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Linux Remote Networking Tips and Tricks

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Linux has all kinds of great networking abilities built-in; Carla Schroder shares some tips and tricks for navigating multiple computers at home or in an office, and keeping your files where they belong.

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World's smallest Linux networking server?

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Lantronix announced its latest XPort embedded networking module, which it touts as the "world's smallest Linux networking server." The XPort Pro measures 1.33 x 0.64 x 0.53 inches, and offers 8MB of SDRAM, 16MB of flash, RJ45 Ethernet and serial ports, a web server, SSH and SSL security, and IPv6 support.

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Netgear router not open source, says coder

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Networking company Netgear has been accused of breaking open-source licensing conditions, by shipping a Linux-based router without source code.

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10 Page Vector Linux Course

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This course is designed to take you step-by-step through the installation, setup and customization of the Vector Linux distribution. Vector 6.0 Standard is the edition used in this course with much emphasis on basic tasks. Topics reviewed include customization, resolution, network connection, slapt-get, Gslapt, Vector Linux default applications and more.

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Secure remote firewall administration via SSH

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Most firewall systems contain a Web-based component that allows you to configure the firewall. This holds true for most entry-level firewall systems (Linksys, D-Link, etc.) and also open source firewall systems such as pfSense. These systems tend to provide ways to access the Web interface remotely via the Internet; however, this should not be considered secure at all.

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Howto Disconnect a Network Sevice without Stopping Entire Network in Ubuntu / Debian : Cutter

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Cutter is tool used for disconnecting an TCP/IP connection. Some time Network administrators want to stop some specific services like ssh, chat. Cutter is a very useful utility for network administrators for blocking high bandwidth consuming services, peer-to-peer Service etc. It is a firewall administrators tool, so use in firewall / router machines.

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Linux, the Social Desktop

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This is where an opportunity for Free software lies. Our strength is community. We understand it, we are driven by it, we eat and breath it. We don't need to find financial justifications for trying new things out and we have an entire stack of software (that goes waaaay beyond "stuff I used to do on paper") to play with.

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Book of the Week: History of Italian art hacking

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"...The main research field of this book is Italy, since it is here that networking practices have determined the construction of a network of projects unparalleled in any other country. A scene with a strong identity and with its own artistic, technological and political feeling has been formed in Italy.

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Social networking and the free software community: enter FLOSS.pro

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"Ever since Richard Stallman started the free software movement, the core ideal of it has been built around the concept of a community. A network of people working and playing together for their common good. In the last couple of years computer science research have found a new hot-tech in the user-interaction space: social networking..."

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