Getting your skills up to date or becoming an expert even, is something we all fancy. The challenge however is that our time is often limited in this fast pacing world. Because I know what it’s like to have limited time available while trying to keep my skills up high, I like to point out our […]
June 30, 2016 4:25 pm1,062 views
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If you haven’t been to our PartnerNet site recently or accessed your partner benefits, we want to make you aware of some updates we have been making for you, our valued SUSE partners. You will find the web site navigation easier and the content more SUSE-specific. We want to help you see green! From the […]
July 8, 2013 6:58 am2,224 views
As I look around and observe everyday life, it is amazing just how prevalent SUSE Linux is in the background fabric of critical infrastructure. Whether it is something as simple as going to the store, visiting your doctor, flying on a plane or making a transaction in your 401k, it is extremely likely that SUSE […]
March 13, 2013 1:24 pm1,509 views
I am very excited about the new openSUSE release 12.3 and I am looking forward to downloading and installing it as soon as possible. There is still 1 hour to wait … In other news the openSUSE conference oSC13 is open for registration. From July 18 to July 22, 2013, hundreds of hackers are going […]
March 11, 2013 3:42 pm9,414 views
We are pleased to announce that we have opened up our work on development and packaging of OpenStack, Crowbar, and Chef, for both openSUSE and SUSE Linux Enterprise.
December 8, 2009 12:07 pm27,453 views
How to WebDAV over SSL using LDAP Authentication with Apache Web Server.
November 12, 2009 4:10 pm4,957 views
September 28, 2009 4:13 pm3,641 views
In computing there are two terms which are often confused: encoding and enciphering. One of them, with ‘cipher’ in its name, usually best refers to something that is cryptographically enciphered which means it was mathematically mangled in a fashion that the result, regardless of the input, is fairly random, patternless nonsense to the un-key-assisted eye. The other term refers to simply changing data from one form to another at is basic level. One type of encoding is ‘base64’ encoding, which is used through many areas of computing and can be explained much more-simply than most cryptographic cipher functions (in my opinion). This article is to show how, on many levels, Linux Just Does That.
September 16, 2009 3:50 pm33,397 views
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