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Issue #3 January 2005
- Firefox rising
- Coming soon in Enterprise Linux
- Get on D-BUS
- Desktop and hardware configuration
- Introducing NetworkManager
- Video: Red Hat Academy
- Getting ready for Red Hat Summit
- From teacher to crusader
- LAMP lights the web
From the Inside
In each Issue
- Editor's blog
- Red Hat speaks
- Ask Shadowman
- Tips & tricks
- Fedora status report
- Magazine archive
by Greg DeKoenigsberg
Firefox re-ignites the browser wars. Get the inside story in an interview with Chris Blizzard, a member of Red Hat's desktop team and Mozilla Foundation board member.
Read a sneak preview of three new technologies coming soon to Red Hat Enterprise Linux. How do they help make hardware "just work"? Find out.
- Get on D-BUS by John Palmieri
- Desktop and hardware configuration by David Zeuthen
- Introducing NetworkManager by Rosanna Yuen
Schools around the world have partnered with Red Hat to offer two Certified Technician (RHCT) exams as part of the curriculum. See what students and administrators have to say about Red Hat Academy.
by Greg DeKoenigsberg
In Each Issue:
IT executives rate Red Hat #1 for value
CIO Insight magazine recently asked IT executives which company does the best job at delivering value. Their answer: Red Hat.
Still wondering how Red Hat got its name? Find out what others thought.