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In this issue, Pairing .NET Core for RHEL with their developer program lets you develop and port .NET applications under Linux
09.06.2018

Beyond the Horizon

Lead Image Photo by Harli Marten on Unsplash Microsoft has broken new ground with the release of PowerShell Core 6.0, which at heart is a complete reboot in terms of architecture and objectives. For the first time, a new version is not linked to the Windows operating system.
09.06.2018

Teamwork

Photo by rawpixel on Unsplash Because Samba can be integrated easily into heterogeneous environments, a kind of heterogeneous administration is often necessary, and security falls by the wayside. We show you how to use a Samba file server securely in heterogeneous environments.
22.12.2017

Undercover

Lead Image Craig Whitehead on Unsplash If you don't want to do without the main advantages of Linux on the Windows platform, the Windows Subsystem for Linux offers another option. We delve the depths of the Linux underworld and explain how you can optimize the subsystem.
17.04.2017

Package Insurance

Lead Image © Igor Stevanovic, 123RF.com Serious distributions try to protect their repositories cryptographically against tampering and transmission errors. Arch Linux, Debian, Fedora, openSUSE, and Ubuntu all take different, complex, but conceptually similar approaches.
06.08.2013

IPRoute2

Traditional administration command-line tools such as ifconfig, route, and arp are almost as old as TCP/IP itself. We provide an overview of how the IPRoute2 toolkit now unifies the management of kernel network components.

30.04.2013

Tracing Clues: Memory Analysis

In computer forensics, memory analysis is becoming increasingly important as a means for investigating security incidents. In this article, we provide an overview of the various memory dumping options on Linux and introduce the support in Linux for the Volatility Analysis Framework.

24.09.2012

Fstransform

Fstransform converts a filesystem without formatting the media or deleting any files.

18.09.2012

Linux for Windows Admins: Doing the Samba Shuffle

Interoperability between *nix and Windows is always a problem for Windows Admins, but it doesn’t have to be. With a small effort, the two can comfortably share and share alike.

10.07.2012

Linux Essentials for Windows Admins – Basics

Windows Admins have to know something about Linux, so expand your current skills to include it in your administrative toolbox.

20.02.2012

Mobile PC Monitor: A Sys Admin’s Best Friend

Monitoring your internal server environment just became easier with MMSOFT Design’s Mobile PC Monitor software.

23.01.2012

Win-Win with Cygwin

Windows administrators: Expand your horizons and your opportunities with Unix commands via Cygwin. Use Cygwin’s extensive list of Unix utilities for scripts, maintenance, compatibility, and automation.

11.11.2011

SmartOS Weds Open Solaris to Linux KVM Virtualization

Joyent releases the SmartOS operating system, that brings together Open Solaris and Linux KVM.

17.08.2011

SmartOS Weds Open Solaris to Linux KVM Virtualization

Joyent releases the SmartOS operating system, that brings together Open Solaris and Linux KVM.

05.08.2011

DRBD Management Console Can Now Handle LVM Volumes

With the latest release of the DRBD management console administrators can manage logical volumes, too.