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Shruthy Devendra and Sulabh Sharma share a solution on how to overcome the duplicate address assignment problem in PXE boot workstations.
Novell Support Advisor 1.0 is now available to support and diagnose SUSE® Linux Enterprise Server, Open Enterprise Server (Linux) and associated products.
And it's easy. Very easy. Go to http://www.howdoyoulinux.com for details.
What do you do when you inadvertently change permissions on a bunch of files/directories in your filesystem without meaning to? How do you recover? What software do I need to buy to repair all the applications in my system?? It's time for the first article in the "Linux Just Does That" series.
Submitted by: aburgemeister on Fri. 04.03.2009
Filed Under: SUSE Linux Enterprise Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, End-User Computing, Data Center
Topic: Administration, Backup/Restore, Command Line, File Management, Linux Desktop Configuration, Linux Usage, Training, UNIX
Product: Linux, Open Enterprise Server, openSUSE, SUSE Linux Enterprise, SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, SUSE Linux Openexchange Server
"Tag" your website with our SLE logo and we'll send you a T-shirt. You could also end up being the winner of one of three really cool Flip Video Camcorders.
Linux can do a lot. So can a Leatherman pocket tool. The first ten people to submit a video will get a Leatherman and an SLE t-shirt, so get that camera rolling. There are forty more t-shirts for the next forty entries, too. What are you waiting for?
If you're not familiar with iPrint, it is one of the nicest end-user technologies I think Novell develops. On Linux I find the technology even more appealing.... no rebooting, no restarting applications to use printers, nothing strange like that. With that said iPrint wasn't developed originally for a 64-bit platform, and wasn't developed for Linux first. That it works so well just makes me that much more pleased.
Do you own a laptop? Or perhaps an old clunker pc that you're using as a Linux server? Do you know how hot your CPU is running? Fact is, all CPU chips are rated for specific temperature ranges. Go over the maximum, and your computer may no longer run to specification, resulting in random behavior, crashes, lockups, or expensive damage to your hardware! Modern Linux kernels make use of temperature monitoring hardware to help you stay on top of this situation. This article will show you how to get at it.
Budget issues keeping you from getting the training you need? Novell On-demand training is the answer. On-demand training courses from Novell are a cost-effective and convenient way to get the training you need, whenever and wherever you want it. With a web browser and Flash player, you can consume technical product training from Novell on all Novell products.
Ivan Vari shares an excellent document focusing on a design where XEN virtual machines (domU) are centrally managed according to a set policy and highly available. What is written here is the real thing not a demo and has been working in production for over 18 months. They use this technology for hosting many UNIX services including DNS, Web proxy, SMTP, NFS, VPN, CUPS, etc. and traditional NetWare services with OES2.
Submitted by: variia on Tue. 02.24.2009
Filed Under: SUSE Linux Enterprise Cool Solutions, Collaboration Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions
Topic: Clustering, Upgrading to OES, Virtualization
Product: Linux, Open Enterprise Server, SUSE Linux, SUSE Linux 10.0, SUSE Linux Enterprise, SUSE Linux Enterprise 10, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
Novell's YouTube space -- http://www.youtube.com/novell -- is up and running with over 20 of the latest Novell videos posted in High def or High Quality. Now it's time to get as many "subscribers" as possible. The more subscribers the better for rankings inside of youtube.
Novell is thrilled to be able to recognize these customers, partners, and enthusiasts who provide exceptional value and contribution to Novell and Novell's customers via the Novell Knowledge Partner Program.
Novell Technical Services is pleased to announce the availability of the Novell Support Advisor (Beta Release). This version now includes client support for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP3 (or later) and OpenSUSE 10.3 (later). Additionally, the Support Advisor Beta includes authentication support for Novell Customer Center (NCC) and automated Support Diagnostic Pattern (SPD) deployment capabilities.
Submitted by: rblood on Mon. 02.02.2009
Filed Under: GroupWise Cool Solutions, Identity & Security Management Cool Solutions, SUSE Linux Enterprise Cool Solutions, Collaboration Cool Solutions, ZENworks Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, Vibe Cool Solutions
Topic: IT Management, Technical Information Document (TID), Tips for Administrators, Tools and Utilities
This AppNote provides a step by step procedure to set up an iFolder server on a NCS cluster. It also describes how to configure NCS using iSCSi, and how to configure an iFolder server on NSS for high availability configuration.