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Issue #6 April 2005
- What's new in security for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4
- Taking advantage of SELinux in Red Hat Enterprise Linux
- The security dilemma, part 2: Intrusion prevention
- It's 2 a.m., do you know who's reading your email?
- Video: See you at the Summit
- Taking your desktop virtual with VNC
- Video: Open source software licenses explained
- Video: Ticketmaster chooses Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Strongmail
- Open source in the force: One officer speaks
- Red Hat Knowledgebase: Serving apple pie to the masses
- Data sharing with a GFS storage cluster
- Red Hat Training adds Windows®-to-Linux® migration course
From the Inside
In each Issue
- Editor's blog
- Red Hat speaks
- Ask Shadowman
- Tips & tricks
- Fedora status report
- Magazine archive
See you at the Summit
By now you know about the Summit. On June 1-3, 2005 we're bringing together open source customers, partners, users, developers in New Orleans.
If you've even considered registering for the Summit... Take two minutes, put on your headphones, and download the video. Enjoy. Trust us.
In case you've missed anything, we'll get you caught up:
- Check the deal: Register before April 30, 2005 and get a $100 gift certificate to the Red Hat Cool Stuff Store. Remember the Red Hat baseball jersey? Get one.
- Meet actor, author, Linux geek, and big-time blogger Wil Weaton. Wil offers his A's for our Q's.
- Meet John Buckman, CEO of a record label that is not evil. Read our interview with John.
- Take a look at the sessions... Visionary speakers. Serious technology. Engineers who know the technology you care about most. You'll meet, interact, influence.
- Experience the Big Easy. After the day's sessions are over, the good times are going to roll.
- One simple low price. $999 includes sessions, accommodations at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside, conference meals, and evening events fit for a city like New Orleans.