Windows vs. Linux, A Comparison

Posted October 30th @ 30 October, 2014

Many of you who are reading this article are using Windows as most of the other internet users do. There is a huge difference between the number of users of LINUX and Windows. Some say Windows is much better than LINUX because it gives you an easy handling of the hardware and software. Some say LINUX is much better because it started as Open Source software and that’s why it is much more flexible than Windows. Then why there is a huge market difference between these operating systems? The ...
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WILIBOX launches embedded Linux wireless platform with

Posted October 29th @ 29 October, 2014

b>Kaunas, Lithuania - October 17, 2005 - WILIBOX, embedded Linux and IEEE 802.11 specialists released innovative embedded Linux software platform - WILI including industry's first 802.11 stack supporting multiple BSSID (Virtual AP) and multiple client mode (Virtual STA) connections on the same radio interface simultaneously. WILI provides functionality and flexible management options for large scale Enterprise, ISP and Wireless Public Access networks. Platform is targeting WISPs, ...
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Check List for Linux Security

Posted October 28th @ 28 October, 2014

Check List for Linux Security Linux is an amazing operating system considering how it was originally created. It was a modest program written for one person as a hobby - Linus Torvald of Finland. It has grown into a full-fledge 32-bit operating system. It is solid, stable and provides support for an incredible number of applications. It has very powerful capabilities and runs very fast and rarely crashes. Unfortunately Linux machines are broken almost every day. This happens not because it is ...
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Installing Nessus 2.0 on SuSE 9.0 Pro with KDE 3.1

Posted October 27th @ 27 October, 2014

Installing Nessus 2.0 on SuSE 9.0 Pro with KDE 3.1 The following is a simple how-to guide for installing the Nessus vulnerability scanner, server daemon, and client on SuSE Linux. The instructions do not include in depth explanations as it is assumed that you are familiar with features and benefits of Nessus and have a general working knowledge of Linux. As with any software installation, your results may vary depending on the machine. The installation steps were conducted using the ...
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Competitive Analysis using the Internet

Posted October 26th @ 26 October, 2014

All companies want to succeed in business and success is defined in a multitude of ways. How companies perceive their success is individual through their visions, values and goals. How companies achieve success is universally the same. All companies become successful by growing market share. The million dollar question is how do you grow your market share and how can the internet help you? To grow your market share through your website you first have to know who your competition is and what ...
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Dual Boot Windows and Linux

Posted October 25th @ 25 October, 2014

Copyright 2005 Majella.us The internet is full of technical articles, many of which are way too complicated for the average computer user who just wants to solve a simple problem. If you pay close attention, the internet is also a place where the "gurus" spend a lot of time yelling for help in discussion boards and forums. So don't feel bad, nobody has all the answers. So you want to dual boot Windows and Linux on the same computer--it is really quite easy. I only have enough room here to tell ...
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Linux Power Tools - Great Tools to make system administration

Posted October 24th @ 24 October, 2014

World War II - Germany decided to attack Poland. Poland had many great warriors. They all prepared to fight the Germans. They were all ready with the best armor, the best and well trained horses, and ofcourse the best weapons , swords , spears .... And the Pols were brave and were ready to give their lives for their country. Sadly they did just that... give their lives. The Germans had tanks... It is very important to have the right weapons when one goes for a war. In the same way it is very ...
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Linux or Windows - Which is it?

Posted October 23rd @ 23 October, 2014

Computer users and programmers have become so accustomed to using Windows, even for the changing capabilities and the appearances of the graphical interface of the versions, therefore it has remained Microsoft's product. Although, Lycoris, Red Hat, Mandrake, Suse, Knoppix, Slackware and Lindows make up some of the different versions of LINUX. These companies release their own versions of the operating systems with minor changes, and yet always with the same bottom line. The simple fact that not ...
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Microsoft And Peru

Posted October 22nd @ 22 October, 2014

Wired magazine recently reported (on July 27, 2002), "Afraid that Peru may adopt a bill decreeing the use of open-source software in all government systems, Microsoft apparently enlisted the American ambassador in Lima to help try to convince the Peruvians to kill the legislation." Many people have stated they feel it was wrong (even evil) for a US ambassador to "lobby for Microsoft". Playing the devil's advocate for a moment, let me ask the following question: if an American citizen was having ...
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These are the Big 5 Internet Opportunities!

Posted October 21st @ 21 October, 2014

All internet business ideas and concepts essentially fall into one of the categories below. Therefore to help you come up with your novel online concept, examine the big 5 below for guidance with conceptualizing your business model. There is nothing to stop you from using an idea that is already in existence if you think you can execute it in a better or different way. 1. Selling Products a) One of the most popular methods of selling goods online, and earning commissions thereon, is to do so ...
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