i've been looking and there does not seem to be a real "Linux Certified Engineer" 'course' anywhere.i've been Novell certified (CNE) and microsucks certified (MS... [by Landis]
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It says here that these laptops are certified by Ubuntu. It says that these laptops are certified. Particularly I am looking at the laptops with hybrid graphics, but how sure am I that these laptops will run well under Ubuntu? Is the driver pre-installed?
Does anybody know if the openssl 1.0.0e libcrypt has been FIPs certified?
From http://www.openssl.org/docs/fips/UserGuide-2.0.pdf I see that releases starting with 1.0.1 have the FIPS Object Module which is FIPs certified. I have not found any info on the 1.0.0e release regarding FIPs certification.
I'll try to explain my problem, if not the concrete solution, but at least theoritical thoughts would be good enough.
I'm writing random number generator - RNG (will run only on Linux (Ubuntu) server) and this code will be certified (the code/program anytime can be check using sha1/md5 hash and it has to much the certified version or something like that)
so it will not be able to make changes an
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Its a small step for Dell and symbolic victory for Ubuntu Server Edition, Canonicals Linux distribution. Specifically, selected Dell PowerEdge servers are now certified to run Ubuntu Server Edition. Does that mean Dell is shifting away from Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Novell SUSE Linux? And what are the implications for Linux channel partners?