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Items tagged with: Linux

Debian now available for QNAP NASes

QNAP and the Debian project today jointly announced the availability of Debian Lenny (version 5.0) for all QNAP ARM-based Turbo NASes.

Debian adds selected NAS support

The Debian installer team has announced the first release candidate of the installer for Debian 5.0 GNU/Linux (Lenny), which includes support for selected NASes based on Marvell's ARM-compatible Orion processor.

Digi adds really small Linux server module

Digi Connect ME 9210Digi International today introduced an embedded Linux server module that is about the size of "a pair of dice".

IPCop Linux Firewall

IPCop is a full-featured Linux firewall that can convert an old system into a router that has features not normally found on store-bought products. Daniel Schuhmann takes you through the details.

SmoothWall Express 2.0

Next in our series of reviews of Open Source based router / firewalls is SmoothWall Express 2.0. Jim Hubbard takes a look at this free, user-friendly distro, that's speedy enough for pretty much any connection you can throw at it.

ClarkConnect Gateway / Server

Linux is definitely becoming more of a real option for desktop users, with many distributions available that anyone comfortable with Windows can install and use. Point Clark Networks' ClarkConnect has taken the same user-friendly approach and converts any Pentium-class box into a dedicated Linux-based Gateway / Server that can be installed and configured by mere mortals and puts many commercial products to shame. And did we mention that it's free? Jim Hubbard puts ClarkConnect through its paces.

m0n0wall Firewall V1.0 - Part 2

You might think that installing and configuring an Open Source-based firewall / router requires skills far beyond those possessed by ordinary (wo)men... but you'd be wrong. The m0n0wall firewall may be based on FreeBSD, and have a name that's tricky to type, but our reviewer David Cook shows how getting it installed and running is well within the reach of most of us mere mortals...

m0n0wall Firewall V1.0 - Part 1

You might think that installing and configuring an Open Source-based firewall / router requires skills far beyond those possessed by ordinary (wo)men... but you'd be wrong. The m0n0wall firewall may be based on FreeBSD, and have a name that's tricky to type, but our reviewer David Cook shows how getting it installed and running is well within the reach of most of us mere mortals...

Linux Embedded Appliance Firewall Review

Sure off-the-shelf router / firewalls are cheap and easy to set up, but sometimes they just don't get the job done, especially for more sophisticated requirements. And "big iron" products will put too big a dent in most small business budgets. Fortunately there are Open Source alternatives. Jim Hubbard takes a detailed look at one that can do just about anything you'd want it to do, while leaving your wallet alone.
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