Can you believe that Linux — the versatile operating system kernel that powers everything from mainframes to phones to crock pots (no joke) — is 25 years old? Who knew this amazing piece of Free and Open Source Software would be used in such different and amazing ways? Or that it would dominate the computing […]
August 25, 2016 8:24 pm4,282 views
June 27, 2016 9:50 am2,176 views
Simon Flood provides helpful info that will make your SLES evaluation easier. This entry was one of the top three winners in our recent essay contest.
June 27, 2016 9:48 am1,291 views
This essay won Paul Borowicz the top prize in our recent essay contest. It covers some ‘gotchas’, and will help you have a smoother experience evaluating SLES, It contains specific advice such as being careful of which configuration files you modify. It touches on some pretty common problems, such as possible conflicts when you both manually edit and use YaST to modify the configuration of a component.
June 27, 2016 9:45 am877 views
Editor’s Note: We recently held an essay contest to gather insights from the most experienced power users of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server in the world. We wanted to know what they would tell people who were brand-new to SLES, and just in the process of evaluating it, to make their experience easier. This entry was one of […]
August 14, 2014 11:15 pm2,239 views
We asked the Internet to show us your best “Downtime Face“. You know, that face you make when one of your servers goes off-line at 2am. (Or, even worse, 4:59pm… when you have movie tickets for 5:30.) Whoever posted the best picture, each month, wins of those big, green, cuddly chameleons. And the winner this […]