Choosing the Right Solid State Drive for Your Storage Networkview story

http://linuxo.com – Enterprise Storage Forum: "Choosing the right solid state drive (SSD) for your enterprise storage networking environment is a critical decision � and equally critical is making sure you have the right controller to get the most out of the pricey drives." (General)

QNAP Expands Business Series with New 4-drive TS-459U-RP and TS-459U-SP Rack Mounted Turbo NAS Servers (PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance)view story

http://linuxbizz.com – QNAP Systems, Inc., a leading manufacturer of world class NAS servers, NVR Video Surveillance Systems, and Network-based Video Players today expanded their popular Business Series Turbo NAS lineup with two new 1U rack-mounted, 4-drive models, the TS-459U-SP and TS-459U-RP. (General)

All About Linuxview story

http://i486.net – What is Linux? Linux is an operating system created by Linus Torvalds during his days as a student at the University of Helsinki. Linux was created and designed to be used as an option or alternative to other operating systems used by computer users, such as MS-DOS, Windows, Mac OSX, Linux, etc. is not a program or software package as a word processor with an office suite. (General)

Essential apps and utilities for PC, Mac and console gamersview story

http://www.downloadsquad.com – Filed under: Games, Features, Windows, Macintosh (General)

Allow httpd to connect to the network?view story

http://forums.opensuse.org – I'm using opensuse 11.1. I wanted to know if there was a setting somewhere to allow httpd to connect to the network? (Distributions)

Understanding Linux Network Internalsview story

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They Tell Me Only To Use Microsoft Windows Not The Free Linux Operating Systemview story

http://i486.net – most people buy computers to run programs – whether to send email, browse the web, meet friends of girlfriends on MSN Messenger, do office work or just play Solitaire. (General)

apparmor network ruleview story

http://forums.opensuse.org – Hi, It seems that network rule hasn't any impact. I am trying to deny tcp networking for wget in order to test how does it work: Code: /usr/bin/wget {   /usr/lib** mr,   /lib** mr,   network irda , # i tried different combination here } But it doesn't work at all. Anyway wget downloads the pages successfully. (Distributions)

Web Hosting : Linux vs. Windowsview story

http://i486.net – Bases Linux & Windows: Linux (and its relationship étroiteUnix) and Windows 2000 (and its close cousin Windows NT) sontles types of software (called operating systems) that webutiliser servers to do the kind of things that web servers do. Pasbesoin you know the real details of one of deciding on Thereupon you need but here are some guidelines. (General)

Network booting with boot.fedoraproject.orgview story

http://linuxbsdos.com – Boot.fedoraproject.org (BFO) is Fedora’s implementation of boot.kernel.org, a project designed to give computers the capability to boot from a network. The actual program that provides this capability is gPXE, which evolved from the Etherboot project. Fedora’s twist on gPXE allows you to network-boot current, past and future (Rawhide) releases of Fedora. All you need to [...] (General)