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121. MANDRAKESOFT Move/Powerpack Combo
122. RED HAT ENTPRSE LINUX AS 3 X86
list($1,295.00)
123. eTrust InoculateIt 6.0 for Linux
124. Novanet 8.5 Unlimited
125. RED HAT ENTERPSE LINUX WS 3 AMD
$9.99
126. Free BSD Toolkit
$1,138.95
127. V2I Prot 2.0 Ent Server-single
list($215.00)
128. eTrust InoculateIt 6.0 Linux Workgroup
list($100.00)
129. Tapeware Disaster Recovery for
$9.99 list($59.99)
130. MANDRAKE-LINUX Mandrake 9.2 PowerPack
list($799.00)
131. A
132. ServiceProtect 1.X for Linux Red
133. InterScan Virus Wall (500-user)
134. RED HAT. ENTERPRISE LINUX. ES
135. Retrospect Server Mac 5.1 Boxedw/
$9.99
136. Slackware Linux 9.1
137. MANDRAKESOFT TaFusion Win4Lin
138. RED HAT ENTPRSE LINUX ES 3 X86
139. SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 8
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140. Tapeware Open File Manager for

121. MANDRAKESOFT Move/Powerpack Combo ( PC )

Asin: B0007DFM0S
Catlog: Software
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Features

  • Advanced home ofice tools in the OpenOffice.org, the Microsoft Office compatible suite
  • Powerful open-source Internet tools - Kontact & Evolution personal information managers, plus the Mozilla & Konqueror Web browsers
  • Customizable File and device sharing tools, plus Email tools like Sendmail and Postfix
  • Development tools like the GCC Compiler and GDB Debugger, plus your choice of editors - Emacs, XEmacs or Vim
  • Multimedia and graphics software, plus complete office tools for creating Office compatible files

122. RED HAT ENTPRSE LINUX AS 3 X86 ( RHF0190US )

Asin: B0001GU7UG
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Red Hat Software
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123. eTrust InoculateIt 6.0 for Linux Advanced Edition (25-clients)
list price: $1,295.00
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Asin: B00005OUIG
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Computer Associates
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124. Novanet 8.5 Unlimited

Asin: B000065VWP
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Novastor Corporation
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125. RED HAT ENTERPSE LINUX WS 3 AMD ( RHF0247US )

Asin: B0001MVL50
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Red Hat Software
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126. Free BSD Toolkit

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Asin: B00005B5C9
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Walnut Creek
Sales Rank: 7529
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127. V2I Prot 2.0 Ent Server-single

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Asin: B0000A9834
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Powerquest
Sales Rank: 10666
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128. eTrust InoculateIt 6.0 Linux Workgroup Edition (5-user)
list price: $215.00
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Asin: B00005UWHK
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Computer Associates
Sales Rank: 15841
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129. Tapeware Disaster Recovery for Win Server - Tapeware Care
list price: $100.00
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Asin: B00007HFVR
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Yosemite Technologies Inc
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130. MANDRAKE-LINUX Mandrake 9.2 PowerPack (PC)
list price: $59.99
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Asin: B00011CRRC
Catlog: Software
Sales Rank: 5234
Average Customer Review: 3.75 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Works on the powerful new Enterprise Kernel 2.4.22, which supports up to 64GB RAM
  • Multiple database and programming tools for the developer or coder -MySQL 4.0.14, PostgreSQL 7.3.4, PHP 4.3.2, Glibc 2.3.2, GCC 3.3.1 and more
  • Support for powerful Web services like Apache Web Server
  • Create an easy-to-use mail server Postfix & sendmail
  • Easy file and printer sharing for Windows through Samba

Reviews (4)

2-0 out of 5 stars Caution: try mandrake move evaluation disk first.
Have been Mandrake user, loved it. Dual booting with
Win 98 & Win 2k & briefly with WinXP. But not since latest
version which is incompatible with dell machines. Swapped
out the LG cd-rom with a new Sony cd-rom befoe installing
and failed to install. Hope they fix the problem.
Moved to SuSe Linux which installed easily after trying
their evaluation version which can be downloaded from their
site as an iso image. (Takes a long time due to many dropped
server connections even with dsl.)
Mandrake has a downloadable evaluation iso image called
Mandrake Move. Downloads faster. Try before buying.
Best wishes.

5-0 out of 5 stars An easy switchover from Windows-based computers
I've been a Windows user since the early days of 3.1. That said, I've seen the system grow larger, more unstable and less secure with each new version. WinXP is no better, although everyone seems to tout how great it is. Ask any 12 year old hacker and they'll tell you just how easy it is to hack or write a virus for it.

Now, I'm not a total stranger to Mandrake, having briefly used version 7 a couple of years ago. I installed it two weeks before I sold the PC. I was so impressed with Mandrake I told all my friends about it. Unfortunately for me, I built my next PC and some of my hardware wasn't supported by Mandrake, so I dropped it.

Fast-forward to today. I got a copy of Mandrake 9.2 and installed it. I'm just as impressed with it now as I was three years ago. The GUI (graphic user interface for newbies) is crisp and clean, and reminds me of Macintosh graphics. The menus are very easy to use, as well as configure. This is one of the more flexible aspects of Linux. Windows never will give you the kind of flexibility that Linux does.

When it comes to stability at security, there's not much better out there. Linux stability goes without saying. We're always hearing about people who run linux systems for months without a reboot. These stories are not only fantastic, they're generally true as well. In fact, it's not unheard of for a system to be up for a year or more without a reboot.

With rock-solid firewalls, Linux systems are much more secure than MS based systems. The administrator (root) password can be entered if you're making a configuration change, without having to be logged in as such. This makes quick changes to the system fast and painless. User accounts are also more configurable than Windows systems because user accounts can be tailored per program. i.e. One user may have a higher level of program access than another, while a third could be an admin for that program.

Because Linux is open-source, there are literally thousands of people looking at the very code the programs are made up of. If they see any vulnerability in the system, it's changed immediately. This is an inherent problem with MS, as they have only a small number of software engineers who actually see the code. The more people look at a problem, the more likely it is to be solved.

Mandrake has done some good things with the kernel (base Linux program) by adding their own flair. The purchased versions of Mandrake come with some excellent software like VMWare, which allows you to install Windows in a Mandrake 'subsystem'. You lose some performance because Windows runs in a Linux 'Window', but I think it's worth it.

The program comes with the install CDs (7) which contain the OS and literally thousands of programs to make using Mandrake complete. It also comes with a starter guide to help you get up and running. The only thing I'd like to see in this pack is the reference manual that's included with the Pro version. This book contains lots of information that should be readily available to all users, not just the pros. Online documentation is also difficult to sort through in a pinch. Still, I can't give it less than 5 stars for the reasons I've outlined.

Summary: It's easy to install and configure. It's ultra reliable and secure. It's inexpensive. All-in-all, it's a great program.

4-0 out of 5 stars Another Mandrake version w/ some updates...
I am a big fan of the Mandrake distribution and have been for some time now. It's no wonder; Mandrake has been the friendliest desktop distro going. And for the price here at Amazon, you'll get a better deal than what you would pay at the Mandrake store.

That said there are a few things to look out for in this version.

First, if you have Mandrake 9.1 and it works for you, you may want to hold off upgrading as there aren't too many improvements easily noticed by the user--unless you count any eye candy and icon changes.

One of the big "gotchas" to look out for is a bug concerning the menus.

If you do a clean install of Mandrake 9.2 (or even an update), on many systems, after the initial install and after running Mandrake Update, your menu items in the K panel and elsewhere will cease to function and disappear. It was pretty unsettling to me as I did not know how to fix this.

The Linux community to the rescue.

After you install version 9.2 and run the bug fix update, restart your machine and boot into single-user mode. At the prompt type "update-menus" and your problem will be fixed. All of your menu items will be repopulated never to disappear again.

Other than this minor inconvenience, it is a solid version containing the latest version of OpenOffice.org's office suite as well as the latest versions of the many programs and apps that normally come with Mandrake Linux.

I was especially impressed with the USB support. I plugged in a USB flash drive and not only did the system recognize and configure the drive, it saved and copied files without incident.

No complaints there.

Again, if you have version 9.1 and it's stable for you and does all that you need it to do, you may want to hold off until the next version comes out. But if you decide to take the plunge, it is another nice product from the good folks at Mandrake and worthy of your consideration.

4-0 out of 5 stars An improvement over 9.0
This is not a review but comments to things I encountered when working with the system.

I have a download version of 9.2 (3 CDs) and I used extensively version 9.0, also download.

Pluses:
Much better support for sound: totem program manages to play all my Windows files.
Better support for external hard disks: my FireWire Maxtor 40GB works very well, and I even can use portable USB FireLite Smartdisk 40GB (both configured automatically!). In fact, it works so good that all my coping on windows partition I do in Linux!

Do not like:
- Connection to the internet still very slow compared to Windows 98SE. I have both Mandrake 9.2 and Win 98SE on the same computer and both connect the same way to the internet - through the router as LAN. Still,
- Certain programs are not easily available (though they may be in full version), like xine; there are some other programs that "dissapear" but I can not recall now. ... Read more


131. A
list price: $799.00
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Asin: B00006FXNW
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Novastor Corporation
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132. ServiceProtect 1.X for Linux Red Hat (50-user)

Asin: B00005UMB3
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Trend Micro
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133. InterScan Virus Wall (500-user)

Asin: B00002S5R5
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Trend Micro
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Internet has become an invaluable resource and communication tool for businesses today. Unfortunately, it's also an effective distribution channel for viruses and other malicious code, as well as for information that you don't want coming into--or going out of--your organization. The real challenge for network managers is to manage the benefits and the threats to keep everyone productive.

InterScan VirusWall is a high performance, three-in-one antivirus solution that protects SMTP, HTTP, and FTP traffic against viruses. Instillation takes just minutes, and all routing tasks, scanning, updating, alerting, and reporting can be scheduled to occur automatically.

... Read more


134. RED HAT. ENTERPRISE LINUX. ES ( RHF0179US )

Asin: B0001ELY0U
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Red Hat Software
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135. Retrospect Server Mac 5.1 Boxedw/ Docs

Asin: B0000AKN4O
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Dantz
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136. Slackware Linux 9.1

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Asin: B0000WDXHU
Catlog: Software
Publisher: FreeBSD Mall
Sales Rank: 6081
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • This all-purpose operating system has everything a user needs for a complete workstation, or a powerful server
  • Uses the advanced 2.4.22 kernel for better performance and better features
  • Includes GNOME 2.4.0 with a huge collection of pre-compiled GNOME applications
  • Award-winning KDE 3.1.4 desktop environment
  • Complete SCSI and ATA RAID volume support

Reviews (3)

4-0 out of 5 stars A little hard work never killed anyone :-)
Slackware 9.1 would be a bit too daunting for the beginner to cope with. That said, it's not too difficult, given a couple of trial and error installs along with perseverance to get familiarised with things.

Three are as many packages provided as most other distros, so there's not much to complain about on that score. Desktop options are all available by using the XDM , before startx, and selecting which one you prefer to use. Gnome, KDE, fvwm2, blackbox, fluxbox, etc. They're all there if you use the default option at the installation stage. KDE is the best of the bunch, and runs more quickly than Gnome. If a package isn't there, it's a matter of getting the source code and compiling it.

An essential addition is the package manager utility SWARET. This is available in the EXTRAS FOLDER on disk 2. This utility works in conjunction with pkgtools to keep track of any upgrades and dependencies. For instructions go to swaret.org .

Using the CUPS print server and gimp-print will provide high quality printing for the majority of printers out there. To set CUPS up, launch your web-browser, input http://localhost:631 and use the web-links to add and configure your printer, which will now show up in kprinter if CUPS is selected.

Installing over a previous Linux install requires that you overwrite the hard drive with something like Autoclave to obliterate any files. If you don't do this, a lot of instability and hassle will ensue, I find.

When shutting down, be sure to wait until ALL processes have terminated, otherwise you can easily blitz the system. Also be sure to unmount any floppy or cdrom drives to avoid hassle with error messages about file systems not properly handled, or a blown system.

The only major omission was no Acrobat Reader in the packages. You can download the 5.08 version from the Adobe site, and place the .tgz in a new directory Then launch a terminal and gunzip the .tgz , extract the contents with the tar xvf command, and install using the shell script provided. For hyperlinks in a .pdf to function, you will also have to have Netscape installed, since only Netscape and Explorer are supported.

Once up and running, the Slackware user will have a good solid system, but one which will need a fair knowledge of command line instructions, and the ability to find and edit configuration files.

2-0 out of 5 stars It's what it promisses to be
I have been a Linux veteran for almost 4 years now and I have found Slackware to get worse with every release.

It may not be that Slackware is getting worse, but the competition is getting better. Slackware was originally the "unix-like" linux distribution, which translates into being the "geek-friendly" linux. Basically, this means that this distribution will not be holding your hand like other bad Distributions like Mandrake and Red Hat do. Now, however, there doesn't seem any point in getting Slackware anymore.

As people usually learn, when you install a distro that is more "command-line only", you usually get more advanced features and customizability. However, with Slackware 9.1, you simply do not get this anymore. To begin, you are limited to Slackware-only packages during install. This means that you do not get a very large choice of which packages you want on your system. For example, one cannot chose a Window Manager like Enlightenment because it is simply not there. However, they do give you the unecessary KDE and GNOME (which are both window managers that slackware users would not use) and TWM. They also give you Fluxbox, which is the best Window manager to chose from. Secondly, there is just NO package management system on Slackware. This is something that the development team should have conjured up when Debian came out with the 'apt-get' feature and when Gentoo came out with the 'emerge' feature. Both of these are commands that allow you to install packages from source, while also installing all of that package's dependancies. This means that all of the packages are built exactly for your hardware, and you don't get any more software than necessary on your system, and no less. Slackware really suffers from this because there is no package management present. There are plenty 3rd party ones like 'slapt-get', 'swaret', and 'emerde', but all fail because, again, these 3rd party ones only support/install Slackware-Only packages. There is really no point in doing this, then, becuase the number of packages in Slackware is very small compared to Debian's 8,000 and Gentoo's 11,000. And as mentioned before, you aren't getting any real speed increases by this command-line distribution, but you are getting lots of unecessary headaches with a terrible package management system and a very limited install. One last thing to be noted is that Slackware is behind in technology. While Amazon may say the 2.4.22 kernel is "advanced", it is actually old school now compared to the latest and greatest kernel, 2.6.5 - which is the absolute best kernel I have ever used.

If you want a distribution that is going to be user-friendly but still on the high-performance side, you can go check out Arch Linux or Debian. If you want a high-end performance distribution, then you should really go with Gentoo. Gentoo is currently the best for the power-user because, in Gentoo, you build every known package on your system from scratch. This means the kernel, Xfree86 (or Xorg), and even Window managers. Again, this means you get no more packages than necessary, and no less. The system is perfectly tailored for your hardware.

I hope this review helped for some. Slackware used to be the best of the best, but times have changed and there is no reason to get Slack anymore. Slackware tries to be unique in allowing users to have a very unorganized setup, but this is a problem because Slackware uses packages customized for Slackware, and using source packages can result in build errors and dependancy conflicts.

It's too bad Slackware just let themselves go like that.

5-0 out of 5 stars Stick with the best
If Linux is what you want then go with the oldest distribution around. Slackware has been with us for 10 years and keeps getting better with every release. These are not 4 or 5 times a year like the other distros!

Although install is still text it is very easy to follow and getting a system up and running is a matter of minutes. Most everything (if not all) is recognized by the setup program so on startup all is well.

On first login you won't have a graphical login. But that is easy to remedy. Just put a line into the /etc/rc.d/rc.local file that goes like this:

/opt/kde/bin/kdm (if you chose KDM as your window manager)

or use

/usr/bin/gdm (if you chose GNOME as your window manager)

or /usr/bin/X11/xdm if you did not install KDE or GNOME.

and if you don't want to do any of the above, log in and type

startx

and the GUI will start up.

I've used this distro for close to 10 years along with FreeBSD. It is not bloated, it is fast, and there is lot of help on forums and search engines if you run into trouble. Highly recomend it. And if you like it, support Slackware, get a subscription. ... Read more


137. MANDRAKESOFT TaFusion Win4Lin Home

Asin: B0007QS1FS
Catlog: Software
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Features

  • Faster startup time for Windows 98
  • Supports the most popular Windows applications -Office, Visual FoxPro, Netscape and Internet Explorer, Lotus SmartSuite and Freelance, Adobe and Macromedia tools and much more
  • Correct CPU identification - check to make sure your processor can handle the applications it will run, to avoid conflicts and create a more stable environment
  • Wheel mouse support -Allows for middle-button scrolling without the Linux imwheel application

138. RED HAT ENTPRSE LINUX ES 3 X86 ( RHF0236US )

Asin: B0001GU7GU
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Red Hat Software
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139. SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 8 Itanium For Up To 2 CPUs

Asin: B0000AZK5Z
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: SuSE Inc.
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140. Tapeware Open File Manager for Enterprise Server - Tapeware Care
list price: $200.00
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Asin: B000086JZN
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Yosemite Technologies Inc
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