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102. JRun 4 Upgrade (2 CPU with 2 Year Subscription)

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103. Mentor
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Asin: B00005A9W1
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Chilliware
Sales Rank: 11704
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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Mentor sallies forth with a noble idea--provide a central utility forassembling scattered help and documentation files into a coherent help systemfor a piece of software--but fails to provide enough value to keep developersaway from proven ways of doing this work. When it comes down to it, Mentor islittle more than a file-management utility that generates index files. It'sawkward to learn and use.

Installation of Mentor went well--which is good, because we weren't able to getthrough to the Chilliware support site. The product runs under all Linuxdistributions that are based on the 2.2.x kernel. We installed under Red HatLinux 7.1 and had no compatibility problems.

As is the case with integrated development environments (IDEs) for softwareitself, the work you do in Mentor is grouped into projects. You create a newproject and use a three-paned window to manage what it contains. Essentially,you have one file tree on the left, containing all the files Mentor can seelocally and on the network. You have a second file tree in the middle pane,representing the files you've copied from the general file system into thecurrent project. The rightmost pane is a fairly crude text editor with which youcan modify the text and HTML files you've added to the project.

You might expect such a specialized program to perform its duties with a cleverinterface, optimized for the job. No such luck with Mentor. Even the process offile management is clunky. You can't drag and drop files: neither from thegeneral file system into the project nor among folders in the project. Gettingfiles to go into specific project folders is a tedious, multistep task. To get afile out of one project folder and into another, you apparently have to removethe file from the project completely, then re-add it to the folder you want.Mentor's user interface is a pain in small software projects; it's not at allsuitable for big documentation jobs.

The process of generating index files isn't all that automated either. Usersspend a lot of time in Mentor's text editor, inserting headers and taggingkeywords. This process is painful. And, irony of ironies, the user help systemfor Mentor is pretty bad. You'll spend a lot of time trying to figure out theprogram's conventions and techniques on your own. Though the results can be ofgood quality, help systems of equivalent quality can be built with a plain HTMLor text editor in combination with a general-purpose file manager.--DavidWall ... Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars Orphanware!
This is a product from a company that no longer exists. The lack of a parent company means:
1. you cannot register your purchase
2. you cannot get "the latest version" as you are told to do by every writable surface within this box
3. there is no "24/7" support
4. you are better off tossing your money down a rat hole ... Read more


104. Red Hat Linux Interactive Training Course

Asin: B00004T94R
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Publisher: Pearson Software
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This fully interactive, comprehensive multimedia course teaches Red Hat Linux 6.x system administrators virtually every real-world skill that they are likely to need. This CD-ROM features the Red Hat Linux System Administration Multimedia Cyber Classroom: 5 hours of audio, more than 50 hours of digital videos, 300 Q&As, and more. It has an intuitive, browser-based interface that runs inside both Linux and Windows. Covered subjects include security, user accounts, Internet setup, file/print services, hardware, heterogeneous networks, and both the command line and the GNOME graphical interface.

Also included in the package is the Red Hat Linux System Administration Handbook. In this book, two Linux experts (Mark F. Komarinski, a Linux Journal columnist, and Cary Collett, a system administrator and Webmaster for Peregrine Publishers) walk through every aspect of a Linux system: networking, Web, FTP and Netnews services, e-mail, client services, security, and more. Learn how to configure hardware and peripherals, customize the kernel, tune performance, and automate key sysadmin tasks. ... Read more


105. Send to LanFax Solution/Licenses for LJ
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Asin: B000056WBK
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Publisher: Hewlett Packard
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106. Backup Exec Nw Mediakit V9.1 E/f/g for Vip Orders

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107. RED HAT ENTPRSE LINUX ES 3 X86 ( RHF0234US )

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108. CentOS Linux 4.0 i386 Media Kit
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Asin: B0009AHS06
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Reaction XP
Sales Rank: 2936
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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High quality four disc media kit for CentOS Linux. CentOS is an Enterprise-class Linux Distribution derived from sources freely provided to the public by a prominent North American Enterprise Linux vendor. CentOS conforms fully with the upstream vendors redistribution policy and aims to be 100% binary compatible. CentOS is free, however, they ask for a small contribution. ... Read more

Features

  • Compatible with software made for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.0
  • No License Fees
  • High quality replicated discs
  • Professionally packaged
  • Samba, MySQL, Apache, Gnome, KDE, 2.6 Series Kernel

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4-0 out of 5 stars Red Hat Enterprise Power at a Free Linux Price
The CentOS Linux 4 operating system is built from the publicly provided sources developed by Red Hat Linux.That doesn't make this the same as Red Hat Enterprise Linux - but it's not too far from the mark.

CentOS Linux is an excellent dedicated server operating system that includes support Intel 32-bit and 64-bit processors.Installation is as nearly easy as any Red Hat distribution, which makes it easier than most Linux systems albeit not as easy as the incredibly user friendly Mandriva and Ubuntu distributions.

To build a new CentOS 4 server, I purchased an inexpensive eMachines T6212 desktop with 512 MB RAM and an AMD Athlon 64 3200+ processor. Unlike most Linux installations, this was an unbelievably slow installation.The installation took several hours.The installation does an excellent job of automatically identifying your hardware and then presents you with an astonishing list of optional software packages to install.Thisincludes all manner of server tools including relational database servers, the ability to act as a Windows-compatible network server, electronic mail, web servers and full development tools. While not quite to the Windows standard of cheerful handholding, the CentOS installer is a bit more no nonsense and expects you've been down the Linux path before.

Security is a huge issue, and this version of CentOS supports the SELinux security engine developed in partnership with the National Security Agency.The result is a very secure Linux server that meets or exceeds even the most stringent security standards. CentOS includes the iptables firewall, which can be a bit tricky to setup and configure.Still, this can be an excellent way to build a simple and reliable home DMZ.Use the provided fetchmail and procmail services, and you can safely retrieve email from commercial mail accounts like Yahoo!, Gmail and ISP accounts, filter them for spam, trojans and viruses and have your in-house users connect to your CentOS server for their safely cleansed email.

Since I was most interested in setting up an email server, I used the installed Postfix electronic mail server with Dovecot to provide POP3 and IMAP services. Configuration was very easy, but not for the faint of heart.I added Squirrelmail - a web based email client that allows my users to review their email online without needing to use a separate email client, just their web browser.Kind of like Microsoft's Outlook Web Agent. You'll need more than provided documentation to do this.

Once I had the email server working, I downloaded and installed Spamassassin and Clam Antivirus.Within a few hours, I had a well-secure electronic mail server that automatically filters email against viruses, trojans, and spam. All for free.

I'd recommend CentOS to home users who want to get hands-on experience with enterprise-grade Linux servers and to small organizations that cannot afford the high prices charged by certain commercial software houses.A configuration like CentOS in the Windows world can easily cost an organization of 50 people well over $20,000. With CentOS, you can have an equal degree of power with far higher security for free. ... Read more


109. Freebsd 5.3
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Asin: B0007KQOGC
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Navarre
Sales Rank: 5994
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Features

  • Improved driver support for multiple IDE, SATA, and 802.11a/b/g devices
  • Next-generation support for SMP machines increase the number of threads executing in the kernel -- for the laymen, this means it can handle running several processes at once
  • Full support for Bluetooth devices
  • Work with a complete development environment - GCC 3.4.2, Binutils 2.15, and GDB 6.1
  • Create a custom graphical user interface with tools like X.org 6.7, Gnome 2.6.2 and KDE 3.3.0

110. SuSE Linux 7.2 Personal Edition

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Asin: B0002KRWEA
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Publisher: SuSE
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111. WEATHERBUG BACKYARD PERSONAL WEATHER STATION
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Asin: B0006VI8ZW
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: AWS
Sales Rank: 13569
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Affordable, yet highly accurate weather tracking system from WeatherBug Backyard, powered by Davis Instruments. State-of-the-art technology used worldwide by both amateur and professional meteorologists! See your backyard weather conditions in WeatherBug, the #1 source for live neighborhood weather. ... Read more

Features

  • Includes advanced console/receiver, solar-powered Integrated Sensor Suite (ISS), and mounting hardware.
  • Spread spectrum radio technology can send and receive data up to 1,000 feet three times the distance of competing stations.
  • Advanced Forecasting Console. Frequency-hopping transmitter greatly reduces interference from cordless phones, and other 900MHz devices.
  • Includes 2 WeatherBug Plus subscriptions - A streaming technology desktop application that will transmit and display your weather station data directly into WeatherBug.
  • Includes Internet ready set-up system.

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3-0 out of 5 stars Davis Vantage Pro produces false readings.
The Davis Vantage Pro will produce false readings when using a frequency hopping 900 MHz telephone such as the AT&T 9400 (a great phone) nearby.It will typically display and record, if you are using the Davis Data Logger Module, 157 MPH wind velocity when using this AT&T phone.This suggests that Davis is not using a strong enough data integrity mechanism in the data packets sent by the remote instrument package and sufficient error checking in the base unit.Repeated requests to Davis to fix this fell on deaf ears.I even offered to help their engineers to test fixes but they were not interested.I have to constantly edit the data collected to manually remove the bad data.It is a real pain.It is also possible that other bad data values are getting through but I may not recognize them.The 157 MPH wind is easy to spot.If you use the popular 900 MHz telephones then you may want to consider another vendor. ... Read more


112. Suse Linux 9.1 Professional Edition
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Asin: B0001MBCP4
Catlog: Software
Publisher: SuSE Inc.
Sales Rank: 1065
Average Customer Review: 3.37 out of 5 stars
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  • A stable and secure core operating system
  • New kernel 2.6 and new KDE 3.2 for quicker access to data
  • GNOME 2.4 with improved usability and new accessibility options
  • Samba 3.0 for integration of Linux hosts in Windows domains
  • Fully ported, 64-bit version for AMD64 and Intel Extended Memory 64 Technology

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5-0 out of 5 stars Those With Very New PC's Please Download the LiveCD First
Head to suse's website suse dot com and goto downloads and get their 9.1 live cd. This will not install the software but at least verify (In most cases) that it will work for you. If you're using a USB keyboard turn off "Legacy USB Support" first or your keyboards will not work properly. For those saying they're getting kernel panic's and their windows partitions are wiped is probably becuase you tried to resize your windows partition which is alwasy dangerous. Use partition magic and not Suse's repartitioner. If you install to seperate HD then you'll be fine and suse will automatically detect the windows partition and put it in the boot loader so you can choose windows or linux at boot. AMD64 Version is about 30-50% faster. And screams on dual opteron machines!

4-0 out of 5 stars The New Suse...
Well, Suse has come out with their next version. Most of the "new" features are things that you may not see per se. Suse has done a lot of tweaking under the hood so you have to read up on the distro to see the enhancements. Like the 2.6 kernel, or it's new hyperthreading technology. But enough babble...let's get to the heart of this thing.

Suse has a proprietary installer as well as several other proprietary components which make it a near impossibility that the distro will ever offer a free download again. You can download and install by ftp but that is something most people with a dial-up don't want to do--or can't do. As another reviwer pointed out, if you have new hardware, get the live CD first and see if your hardware can run Suse.

I installed version 9.1 on a machine that has a history of running Linux nearly perfectly. Every time I have installed Suse, there is some surprise that I have encountered. But I have managed to get it working and performing as a stable platform. For this, I give Suse 9.1 4 stars.

But I hesitate to say "It's the greatest" because of the problems that I have had with the distro every time. There is always some bug or "something" that doesn't work right with my equipment--which leads to my next point.

Every reviewer's rating is accurate based upon that individual's experience. And I can say with a great degree of certainty that those with poor reviews simply had a bad install or little hardware support--for the most part. (Goodness knows that there are a myriad of things that can happen during an install). And those with good reviews had a good experience. So keep this in mind when reading the reviews. Your mileage may vary.

It's based on your knowledge, your hardware, and your determination to get the system up and running. And if you have no hardware support, no amount of persistence or knowledge will change it.

So, overall, I rate this distro on par with the other versions but with the same "gotchas" that the other versions have had. And when Mandrake, Libranet and other distros run on the same machine just fine, it has to be the distro's fault.

The best thing to do is test the distro for yourself and if it doesn't work, get another distro--preferably Mandrake as it is comparable to Suse and has excellent hardware support.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best Linux distrubution.... bar none!
I have tried several distrubutions of Linux including Red Hat, Mandrake, Debian, Turbolinux, among others. However, I have to say hands down that Suse is the very best Linux distribution out there in this day and age (July 18, 2004).

The reasons...

1.) One of the easiest to install.
2.) Suse has focused on making the transistion easier with a system they call YAST which serves as an installation and administration tool that drastically simplifies the use of the OS.
3.) First Linux distribution to support 64 bit systems. (pro version)
4.) Clean interface thru and thru.
5.) Comes with thousands of programs that can be used free of charge including anything you might needs such as word processing, email, web browsing, etc...
6.) Suse has major corporate backers such as Novell and IBM. It should be around for a very long time in other words.
7.) Has a user base that is growing fast.

There are many other reasons I could list, but for the sake of space I will just say, buy it and try it.

One last note. Windows users should recognize that if they want to switch over to Linux... they need a transition period to do so. Why? Linux is not Windows. Linux is however an excellent OS. It has many benefits which Windows does not offer. One being its security. It has far fewer security vulnerabilities than Windows does. It has a huge user community that provide free support to one another... there is paid support also if you want that sort of thing. In other words, setup one machine with Suse Linux so you can learn the ins and outs of the OS. Don't expect to use it for your main machine for a couple of months at least. You have probably spent years on Windows and are used to its peculararites. Linux is similar in some ways to Windows and different in some ways. Some features will feel familiar and others will feel new... so set aside some time to learn the differences. The payoff is much less frustration since you are expecting to learn new things and be presented with some challenges. In the end you will end up with a great OS that is in many ways superior to Windows and offers a much less expensive offering of software, support, and security.

5-0 out of 5 stars EASY EASY AND EASY!
I read all of the reviews both regarding the suse and others. I went ahead and got the 9.1 pro just for the simplicity of it all. It came with cds, dvds, and two excellant books. I swithched to mac one year ago after using all forms of PC since the early days. I installed the software on both a amd athlon 1900 and a amd laptop.
Installation was easy. No problems whatsoever. Great user interface. Has programs that I use on my mac such as open office.

Still have to work some more with it but in my humble opinion it is worth a try.
dan

5-0 out of 5 stars The First Installation Disk Is Free
Then you have have to connect to an FTP and download the rest of the files via the internet. If your connection is slow or the FTP is bogged down it could take forever. Just go to some of the Linux forums online and read some of the horror stories about trying to get this "Free Download" (remember that you get what you pay for). I would suggest purchasing SuSE from a retailer online so that your install goes much smoother and you don't have to rely on an FTP or your internet connection (especially if you're connecting at 56k or less!) The ISOs at Linux.Org provide just the 1rst installation ISO which you have to burn to CD, and use to kick off the SuSE installation which then connects to an FTP online to download the remaining files and 3rd party applications which are found on the other 4 CDs which are about 600MB each. If you're looking to save time, buy a set, if you have the bandwidth and the patience, then download it directly from SuSE.com, burn the ISO file to CD, boot from it and kick off the installation, adn keep your fingers crossed. I wouldn't, however bother downloading the ISO from some cheap looking website like (...). ... Read more


113. Complete Redhat Linux 5.2 Operating System Deluxe Secure Server

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Asin: B00002SANY
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Pearson Software
Sales Rank: 8096
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114. Linspire Five.0 Oem Edition
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Asin: B00094OT0Y
Catlog: Software
Sales Rank: 8411
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115. Red Hat Linux 6.2 Deluxe SBE

Asin: B00004U2IR
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Red Hat Software
Sales Rank: 8697
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Red Hat Linux 6.2 Deluxe features telephone installation support and the Getting Started guide. Its installation options are more powerful, support options more complete, and high-availability clustering more advanced than the earlier versions. The Internet applications Apache and Sendmail are also included. ... Read more


116. Mathematica 5.1 (Linux)
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Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Wolfram Research, Inc.
Sales Rank: 2223
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  • A uniquely productive programming language
  • Creates publication-quality documents with its customizable, cross-platform file format
  • Fully-integrated, technical, computing system; symbolic & numeric computation
  • Used by over a million scientists, engineers, analysts, educators, and students
  • High-performance optimization and linear programming, data analysis, and visualization

117. FileMaker Server 5.5/6.0 - Windows/Mac
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Asin: B00005N9A5
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Filemaker Inc.
Sales Rank: 5732
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FileMaker Server, for Windows, Mac OS, Mac OS X, and Red Hat Linux, delivers a database server that's reliable and easy to use for both network administrators and client users. This high-performance relational database engine accelerates FileMaker Pro 5.x operations over a network both by increasing the speed of database operations and by allowing up to 250 simultaneous guests per server, while hosting up to 125 database files. These capabilities make it an excellent choice for departments and workgroups in any size business.

For administrators, FileMaker Server delivers the ability to automatically update and deploy plug-ins to clients across the network. One update of a plug-in on the server updates all users of a FileMaker solution. Administrators will also appreciate the cross-platform support for TCP/IP, which eases deployment for Windows, Mac OS, and Mac OS X workgroup guests. This flexibility and compatibility mean that FileMaker Server can fit into corporate environments seamlessly.

And while FileMaker Server software contains powerful tools for IS professionals, it's easy to set up and run for non-technical people. The critical task of backing up FileMaker Pro databases on a regular basis can be automated and scheduled to be performed even while guests are connected. Register FileMaker Server 5.5 on your LDAP server for easy login from FileMaker Pro 5.x and tracking from the IT department. ... Read more


118. Mathematica 5.1 (Unix)
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Asin: B0007D9QUU
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Wolfram Research, Inc.
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Features

  • A uniquely productive programming language
  • Creates publication-quality documents with its customizable, cross-platform file format
  • Fully-integrated, technical, computing system; symbolic & numeric computation
  • Used by over a million scientists, engineers, analysts, educators, and students
  • High-performance optimization and linear programming, data analysis, and visualization

119. RED HAT ENTERPRISE LINUX ES 2.1 ( RHF0111US )

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Asin: B00008VQRP
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Red Hat Software
Sales Rank: 9186
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120. MANDRAKE LINUX PRO SUITE 9.0

Asin: B000076W1I
Catlog: Software
Publisher: SSI
Sales Rank: 12071
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars I like
This is a wonderful purchase to make. It is easy to use and can play mosr windows games. It is easy for kids to use to. And is a whole lot if fun just to look at! This is a great product. ... Read more


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