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Helix 1.5
posted by t3gah

Based upon KNOPPIX (Debian), Helix 1.5 comes complete with many utilities to secure your OS and ensure it's not been backdoored. The Linux CD is a Live type with the option t ...
26498 8.00 04-02-2005 11:30 PM 2 reviews
Sybex Setting up LAMP: Getting Linux, Apache, and MySQL working together
posted by thorn168

This is a book about how to set up a LAMP server using Fedora Core 2.
29340 8.00 03-30-2005 09:43 PM 4 reviews
Gentoo 2005.0
posted by mikeymorgan

The latest 2005.0 build of gentoo
36305 9.05 03-29-2005 03:41 AM 19 reviews
Apress Pro Apache, Third Edition
posted by acid_kewpie

The Apache HTTP server (simply, “Apache”) powers most of the sites on the World Wide Web. Programmable, extensible, and highly-configurable, Apache provides for uploads, downl ...
26154 9.00 03-26-2005 03:40 PM 1 reviews
Xandros 3.0.1 OCE
posted by jollyjoice

From the site: Xandros Desktop OS is an intuitive graphical environment that works right out of the box and offers unrivaled compatibility with Microsoft Windows. The new ...
52123 6.86 03-24-2005 01:19 PM 14 reviews
Apress The Definitive Guide to Samba 3
posted by XavierP

The Definitive Guide to Samba 3 Dear Reader, If you're familiar with Unix administration, TCP/IP networking, and other common Unix servers, and you want to learn how to ...
38076 9.00 03-24-2005 01:37 AM 1 reviews
NetBSD 2.0
posted by Radiomaan

NetBSD is a free, secure, and highly portable Unix-like Open Source operating system available for many platforms, from 64-bit Opteron machines and desktop systems to handhel ...
26019 10.00 03-23-2005 10:08 PM 1 reviews
Prentice Hall Managing Liunx systems with Webmin
posted by thorn168

Webmin is a program that simplifies the process of a managing Linux or UNIX system. Traditionally, you have needed to manually edit configuration files and run commands to cre ...
46030 8.00 03-20-2005 06:26 PM 2 reviews
CentOS 4.0
posted by trickykid

CentOS is a clone of Redhat and its Enterprise releases, without the cost, support and logo's. With release 4.0, it is the release to match that of Redhat's own 4 releases. ...
47061 9.27 03-20-2005 06:22 PM 11 reviews
Monoppix 1.0
posted by harken

Not exactly what I expected it to be. Maybe further versions will bring improvements.
11225 6.00 03-20-2005 07:05 AM 1 reviews
Addison Wesley Accellerated C++: Practical Programming by Example
posted by scuzzman

This book starts teaching C++ without teaching C first. As opposed to normal methods by books, Accellerated C++ starts right off using the STL and other C++ features.
23637 8.00 03-18-2005 05:56 AM 4 reviews
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 -- Workstation version
posted by raellis

Fourth major release of RHEL Workstation version includes advanced security features (SELinux), many bug fixes (but still not enough of them), updated KDE and Gnome, and more
47255 7.13 03-16-2005 01:34 PM 9 reviews
GoblinX 1.1
posted by Grobsch

GoblinX is a bootable live CD distribution based on Slackware Linux. The primary goal for GoblinX is to create a more pleasant and functional desktop, standardising all icons ...
37072 8.50 03-11-2005 04:54 AM 2 reviews
Minislack 0.3
posted by saxophobe

Minislack is a lightweight linux distribution based on Slackware-Linux. Minislack is focused on Internet application and developpement tools. Minislack support all slackware ...
28637 10.00 03-08-2005 06:57 AM 1 reviews
Berry 0.51
posted by berrance

A live CD similare to knoppix but with a more poffesional looking GUI and tends to boot up quicker then Knoppix. it can also be very easly installed to hard disk
19277 7.00 03-03-2005 04:50 AM 1 reviews




  



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