Red Hat has issued updated packages for the kernel. These fix two vulnerabilities, which may disclose sensitive information to malicious
I just took my first look at the Fedora installation. Sure does look a lot like the Red Hat installation. Funny how that works
Red Hat's Fedora project is likely to produce one of the first major Linux distributions sporting the new 2.6 kernel, with release of the next version, Fedora
comparison of the free version of the world's second most popular Linux distribution - SuSE 9.0 - and the Red Hat-backed community Linux distribution Fedora
Red Hat has issued updated packages for Ethereal. These fix multiple vulnerabilities, which potentially can be exploited by malicious Fedora
Red Hat has issued updated packages for lftp. These fix two vulnerabilities, which potentially can be exploited by malicious people Fedora
MySQL AB is getting a firmer grasp on 64-bit computing: The company on Tuesday announced that it is porting its open-source database to take advantage of
a leading retail software vendor, today announced that it has formed a partnership with the provider of the world's most popular open source database, MySQL.
Navicat is an database management tool that fill the holes in the administration portion of MySQL. It provides not only normal database database, MySQL.
Open-source vendor MySQL AB issued a maintenance release Monday that fixes a slew of bugs unveiled earlier this month by a study of the MySQL database code.
The alpha edition of MySQL 5.0 is an under-construction version that implements some, though not all, of the new features expected in the final release.
Specifically, I will be spending the next few columns discussing the MySQL database, starting with today's article, which will serve as a crash course in SQL.
the holidays? Hard core DBAs will undoubtedly spend those fleeting hours fiddling with the alpha build of MySQL 5.0. Developers course in SQL.
MySQL AB on Monday released Version 4.0.17 of its MySQL open-source database software. The update features a number of cleaned up course in SQL.
MySQL 5.0.0, a new version of the popular Open Source/Free Software Database Management System, has been released. It is now available course in SQL.
Reasoning, the leading provider of automated software inspection (ASI) services, today announced the results of an independent study it conducted of MySQL
in IT organizations: 24 percent of all Web sites are written in PHP, 65 percent of all Web sites run on Apache, 76 percent of all mail servers are Sendmail, 90
Key public domain software packages such as the Mozilla Web browser, Apache Web server and Sendmail e-mail software also support IPv6. with Sendmail
development at anti-spam vendor Elron Software (acquired by Zix Corporation this fall), where he was instrumental in signing deals with Avaya, Nokia, Sendmail
Field: You take a setup where you have one sendmail/Exim/whatever process collecting mail via SMTP and putting it all into an incoming queue, where it just