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Network Bandwidth Linux Commands

The best platform that you can use for network performance monitoring is Linux. Why? The biggest reason to use Linux is because of its open source nature. Over the years, programmers have developed a lot of useful commands that can be used on any kind...
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Dell Announces Partnerships with Red Hat, Microsoft and Google

Dell is partnering with Red Hat to jointly engineer the open-source OpenStack Cloud Platform for enterprise deployments and will offer it to customers on its hardware, a move that differentiates Dell from such rivals as Hewlett-Packard and IBM in the increasingly competitive cloud computing space....
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RootCheck A Trojan And Rootkit Detector For Linux

RootCheck is an Open Source software that scans all the system looking for possible problems (RootKit Detection), system auditing and policy monitoring parts of OSSEC. The result of the scan can be sent to an e-mail and you can choose between the html or text...
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IBM Pledges 1 Billion Dollars For Linux Development

IBM announced Tuesday morning at LinuxCon that they will be investing 1Billion dollars into linux development. Linux is becoming very popular in data centers and IBM wants to capitalize on that by making more of that growth happen on their hardware. IBM plans to spend...
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Open-Source Python Code Shows Lowest Defect Density

A study conducted by Coverity has found open-source Python code to contain a lower defect density than any other language. The 2012 Scan Report found an average defect density of .69 for open source software projects that leverage the Coverity Scan service, as compared to...
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Why PayPal Chose OpenStack

PayPal’s IT team has taken control of its technology release cycle by shifting key components of its IT infrastructure onto OpenStack.  OpenStack is an IT infrastructure framework made up of several components contributed under an open source license by multiple technology providers.  OpenStack helps support...
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Conky System Monitor For Linux and BSD

Conky is highly configurable and is able to monitor many system variables including the status of the CPU, memory, swap space, disk storage, temperatures, processes, network interfaces, battery power, system messages, e-mail inboxes, Linux updates, many popular music players, and much more. Conky has gained...
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Unix Sales Declining

Unix, the core server operating system in enterprise networks for decades, now finds itself in a slow, inexorable decline. IDC predicts that Unix server revenue will slide from $10.2 billion in 2012 to $8.7 billion in 2017, and Gartner sees Unix market share slipping from...
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Pipelight A Way To Get Netflix On Linux

Pipelight is a new open-source project for getting Microsoft Silverlight applications to run within web-browsers on Linux, including the widely sought after Netflix Player on Linux. The Pipelight project for Silverlight in Linux browsers works with any browser supporting the Netscape Plugin API (e.g. Firefox)...
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Setup Second Network Card OSSIM

1. Run alienvault-setup and Jail Break OSSIM Server to allow you command line access 2. First IP your second interface card that will not be used for management eth# # ifconfig eth0 192.168.1.5 netmask 255.255.255.0 up # ifconfig eth0 3. Edit your /etc/ossim/ossim_setup.conf. Under [sensor], add...
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