/usr/lib/info -- hacker/librarian haven
Front Page News Features
Software Events Standards
Ask Anything Opinion Diaries
Reviews . MLP . Everything
Welcome!
Home/Reviews
Menu
submit story
create account
faq
search
recommended reading
editorial guide
masthead

Login
Make a new account
Username:
Password:

Reviews

Older Stories...

Welcome to /usr/lib/info!
Note: /usr/lib/info has finished moving to the florid pacific northwest. If you notice any strangeness or problems, please email Jeremy at jeremy@digitallibrarian.org

Hey! You made it!

Things are pretty basic around here, trying to keep it all mostly standard scoop. So... what to do?

  • create an account
  • login
  • read editorial guide
  • moderate stories
  • add your own stories
  • mess with your user settings
  • write comments on various stuff

Thanks for stopping by... and have fun!

Book Review: Open Source Network Administration

By Anonymous Hero, Section Reviews
Posted on Tue Nov 18th, 2003 at 06:10:38 PM EST
Note:  I reviewed this book for my local Linux User's Group (Linux Users Group/In Princeton (NJ)).

Title: Open Source Network Administration
Author: James M. Kretchmar
Publisher: Prentice Hall, 2004

Open Source Network Administration by James M. Kretchmar is a book about various open source tools that can be used to monitor, troubleshoot, and manage different facets of network administration......

(330 words in story) Full Story

Book Review: Linux Server Hacks

By ecorrado, Section Reviews
Posted on Tue Nov 18th, 2003 at 12:58:48 PM EST
Linux Server Hacks: 100 Industrial-Strength Tips & Tools

Author: Rob Flickenger
Publisher: O'Reilly, 2003

Reviewer: Edward Corrado

Linux Server Hacks by Rob Flickenberg is a collection of 100 Linux tips and tools....

(2 comments, 356 words in story) Full Story

Article Review: Calculating the Total Cost of Development: Is open source security really free?

By jaf, Section Reviews
Posted on Thu Sep 19th, 2002 at 06:40:02 AM EST
Often people ignore the "hidden" costs of adopting open source software. How much does OSS cost to implement? And is it more secure then off-the-shelf code? This white paper by RSA security tries to address these issues. The paper's conclusion is that it is safer and less expensive, over the long run, to purchase than to use OSS. Might this paper be a little less than objective, based on the fact that RSA sells security-based software? Could be. Read more below for a full-review.

(1 comment, 726 words in story) Full Story

Powered by Scoop
All trademarks and copyrights on this page are owned by their respective companies. Comments are owned by the Poster. The Rest 2002 The Management

front page | submit story | create account | faq | search