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141. Red Hat High Availability Server
142. RED HAT ENT LINUX AS V.3 PREM
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143. SuSE StarOffice 6.0 (Jewel Case)
144. Linux Toolkit
145. Official Red Hat Linux 6.1 Deluxe
146. SuSE Linux 7.1 PowerPC Edition
147. RED HAT ENTPRSE LINUX AS 3 AMD
148. Linux Toolkit V12/99
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149. Freebsd Handbook, The (Book)
150. RED HAT. ENTERPRISE LINUX. WS
151. RED HAT ENTPRSE LINUX AS 3 IPF
$9.99
152. FreeBSD Toolkit 6/00
153. RED HAT ENTPRSE LINUX AS 3 X86
$979.95
154. RED HAT. ENTERPRISE LINUX. ES
$59.99
155. Red Hat Alpha Deluxe 7.0
$9.99 list($599.00)
156. OpenLinux Server 3.1 - English
157. RED HAT ENTPRSE LINUX WS 3 AMD
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158. MandrakeLinux Pro Suite 8.1
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159. CYLOGISTICS FreeBSD 5.2
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160. Free BSD Power Pack 4.4

141. Red Hat High Availability Server
list price: $1,995.00
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Asin: B00004W4RS
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Red Hat Software
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Red Hat High Availability Server is an out-of-the-box clustering solution when you need virtually uninterrupted service. This product lets you combine individual servers into a cluster, resulting in highly available access to critical network resources, such as data, applications, and network services. It delivers dynamic load balancing, improved fault tolerance, and scalability of IP-based applications. ... Read more


142. RED HAT ENT LINUX AS V.3 PREM ( RHF0144US )

Asin: B00011EYRI
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Red Hat Software
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143. SuSE StarOffice 6.0 (Jewel Case)
list price: $24.95
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Asin: B00006CJSP
Catlog: Software
Publisher: SuSE Inc.
Sales Rank: 5907
Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (5)

1-0 out of 5 stars SuSE Star Office 6.0 (Jewel Case)
Would not install with SuSE Linux 8.2. The auto installation error message said to check that you have the correct CD. It may have been looking for a patch from the Sun internet site but I am not online with my SeSE Linux 8.2 yet and therefore could not get a patch. I talked to SuSe support and they could not comment on the product. I talked with Sun and was advised to get Star Office 7.0. The cd case said it was for SuSe Linux 8.0 but nowhere does the Amazon offer say that.

4-0 out of 5 stars Pretty good deal
You can't argue with the price, which is much less than the StarOffice package from Sun. Go with this or openoffice.org for your Bill-Gates-Free office desktop suite.

The online help is overall pretty bad, but of course that's par for the course. I downloaded the Sun manuals but they were prety much the same or technical only so I got the StarOffice Companion and really like it. It saved me a lot of time and I found some good graphical stuff I can use.

There are some patches you might need, so check Sun's patch site.

Get it!

2-0 out of 5 stars Highly problematic--perhaps the Win/Solaris/linux dist works
I do not know what others experienced, but running this patch CD ruined my linux experience. (1) SuSE linux 8.0 still does not recognize my PCMCIA cards, (2) when running StarOffice 6.0 I got error messages: "/opt/staroffice6.0/work does not exist" and fatal errors when trying to load MS Office files from my windows/c partition--SO 5.2 did it flawlessly, by the way--and when trying to create new files the templates could not be found anywhere.

In other words--this particular distribution of StarOffice 6.0 did not appear to load/install properly and does not appear to function even adequately. Some of you linux wizards might say, "Well, just tweak, tweak, tweak." Fine. If you have the time. And why should one have to, anyway? It should install and work properly. Period.

I am still willing to give the "standard" SO 6.0 distribution a try. But I wish I had saved the money this time around.

5-0 out of 5 stars WOW!!!!!!!!!
Another solid product from SuSE!! If you own the SuSE 8.0 Distro then this is a no brainer. You get a powerful Office Suite for so little money and its simply the best!!

5-0 out of 5 stars The best of the non Microsoft world
If you have SuSe Linux this would be a good addition to it. It offfers you the latest updates available from SuSe and the companies that they work with and the latest version of Star Office. It is true that you ca also download the exact same updates but it will take you quite some time to do so and if time is an issue then you should really consider this product. Star office 6.0 is the latest and improved version of the product. It uses the same principles that Office XP does but is not quite at the same level. However, there is also a big gap in the price range too and it is deffinitelly in favor of Sun (Star Office 6.0). Having in mind that Star Office is no longer freely distributed this makes the product from SuSe even a better bargain. I was able to do anything that I could think of with Star Office 6.0 and there were some very neat additions/improvements over the previous version. ... Read more


144. Linux Toolkit

Asin: B00004YUI5
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Walnut Creek
Sales Rank: 11891
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Great selection at a great price!!
Undecided on which Open Source operating system to use? Wanna try them all before commiting to one? Well this package is perfect for you. It comes with 6 discs containing the following:

1) Slackware 7.1
2) RedHat 6.2
3) Mandrake 7.1
4) FreeBSD 4.0
5) Linux Software Archives
6) Slackware Source & More Software Archives

These distrobutions are little older, but all very usable and all come with online docs. With a simple kernel upgrade and your ready to go .. play, explore, and learn -- then pick the operating system that best suites your needs.

This package is a must have for any one interested in trying the new wave of Open Source operating systems, but not quite sure which one to buy, why not get all the top distrobutions and a BSD flavor (FreeBSD) for one great price. ... Read more


145. Official Red Hat Linux 6.1 Deluxe Alpha

Asin: B00002S5H5
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Red Hat Software
Sales Rank: 13377
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146. SuSE Linux 7.1 PowerPC Edition

Asin: B00005JIV2
Catlog: Software
Publisher: SuSE Inc.
Sales Rank: 9496
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars Good product marginal documentation
This is my first exposure to linux. I read good things about SUSE Linux. It was fairly easy to install, though a more user friendly manual would have made the installation trivial. Now I have a new OS that works fine but I have to buy another book to understand it. If you know Linux this may be a great product. If you don't, well, don't expect much help from the documentation. ... Read more


147. RED HAT ENTPRSE LINUX AS 3 AMD ( RHF0206US )

Asin: B0001GU7YW
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Red Hat Software
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148. Linux Toolkit V12/99

Asin: B00004RGJL
Catlog: Software
Publisher: WINDRIVER
Sales Rank: 12519
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149. Freebsd Handbook, The (Book)
list price: $49.95
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Asin: B00005AXDX
Catlog: Software
Publisher: FreeBSD Mall
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150. RED HAT. ENTERPRISE LINUX. WS ( RHF0181US )

Asin: B0001ELXDI
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Red Hat Software
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151. RED HAT ENTPRSE LINUX AS 3 IPF ( RHF0201US )

Asin: B0001GU7UQ
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Red Hat Software
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152. FreeBSD Toolkit 6/00

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Asin: B00004YAJO
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Walnut Creek
Sales Rank: 7062
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Amazon.com Product Description

The FreeBSD Toolkit contains a robust collection of snapshots, packages, documentation, and distribution sources. This six-disc set will save you hours of searching and downloading.

Included on these CD-ROMs are the latest binary "snapshot" releases of the FreeBSD 5.0-CURRENT branch (for x86), updated distfiles and packages following the 4.0 release, a copy of the FreeBSD Project's CVS repository (with a complete change history from 2.0-RELEASE to present), the entire contents of the www.freebsd.org Web site, and the latest version of XFree86 4.0, with support for new hardware-accelerated 3-D graphics. The 5.0-CURRENT snapshot includes all the updates that have been made to the FreeBSD source tree since the 4.0 release. ... Read more


153. RED HAT ENTPRSE LINUX AS 3 X86 ( RHF0191US )

Asin: B0001GU80A
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Red Hat Software
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154. RED HAT. ENTERPRISE LINUX. ES ( RHF0176US )

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Asin: B0001ELXQ0
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Red Hat Software
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155. Red Hat Alpha Deluxe 7.0

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Asin: B000056V4A
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Red Hat Software
Sales Rank: 11960
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Red Hat Alpha Deluxe contains everything you need to set up an Alpha workstation or server. In addition to the Red Hat Linux 7 operating system, Alpha Deluxe gives you PowerTools applications and Compaq Development Tools to aid development on your Alpha Linux systems. Features new to this version include a cleaner, faster, more customizable GNOME desktop and Sawfish window manager, easy connection to the Internet right from the desktop, Netscape Web browser and multiple e-mail clients, Open SSL with 128-bit encryption for secure Web communication, and XFree86 4.0.1 for improved video performance.

There are more than 300 Alpha PowerTools applications, including Zope, Gnucash, Openmotif, Exim, and Postfix. JumpStart is a utility to automatically partition hard drives, set up environment variables, and prepare for installation. There are also Compaq Development Tools such as Compaq FORTRAN Compiler for Linux Alpha, Compaq C for Linux Alpha, Compaq C++ for Linux Alpha, Compaq Portable Math Library (CPML), Compaq Extended Math Library (CXML), and more. Also included is Red Hat Network, a service from Red Hat that allows you to receive updates specific to your system. It is also 2.4 kernel ready. ... Read more


156. OpenLinux Server 3.1 - English
list price: $599.00
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Asin: B00005OCY2
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Caldera Systems
Sales Rank: 12815
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157. RED HAT ENTPRSE LINUX WS 3 AMD ( RHF0250US )

Asin: B0001GU7WO
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Red Hat Software
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158. MandrakeLinux Pro Suite 8.1
list price: $149.95
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Asin: B00005RSHP
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Ingram Micro
Sales Rank: 8762
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159. CYLOGISTICS FreeBSD 5.2

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Asin: B0001R05IE
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Cylogistics
Sales Rank: 6813
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Customize your desktop with the latest version of GNOME 2.4 and KDE 3.1
  • Full Tier-1 support for both single and multiprocessor systems, like AMD Athlon64 and Opteron systems
  • Reduce your administrator workload with jail management -- allowing one Server to provide several virtual machines at once
  • Client support for Network File System 4.0 -- meaning better file and folder management
  • Name Service Switch infrastructure allows integrates with LDAP and Active Directory services, quickly and seamlessly

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars The power of Unix for your computer...
Most computer users have heard of Linux. How it's stable, secure and rarely crashes. And this is true. And most know that Linux patterns itself after Unix in structure and function--though not in source code. Linux has risen to be THE alternative to the Windows hedgemony.

But there are other OSs that inherit the same great characteristics of Unix but are not Linux: they're known as the BSDs.

Without going into a lot of history, suffice it to say that the BSDs--FreeBSD in particular, have the same structure and function of Unix and at the same time, are more Unix-like than Linux. This is due to a more mature code base and BSD's historical relationship with Unix. I say "BSDs" because there are three variants available: FreeBSD, OpenBSD, and NetBSD. Of the three, FreeBSD is the friendliest and the most desktop-ready.

FreeBSD has many of the same great programs that Linux does but the difference is to be found under the hood.

In Linux, the kernel is really "Linux" with a bunch of programs from the GNU project sitting atop of it. But with the BSDs and FreeBSD in particular, the WHOLE OS is one monolithic system--so the system is tightly integrated and its packages work well together.

Another key difference with the BSDs: the version releases are farther apart. This is because the BSDs are concerned with stability--not necessarily "cutting edge" packages. The result: a very stable operating system.

There are some things to watch out for, however.

Although many of the same desktop environments and programs that are found on Linux exist for FreeBSD and the BSDs, they do not have the wealth of software available for them that Linux does. This is because of the way BSD is developed (not by many different programmers as Linux is but by a team of individuals who decide what will and will not be included in a release), and because it's not as visible as Linux is right now.

But thanks to the BSD porting system and its Linux emulation layer, many of the same programs found in Linux can be made to run on FreeBSD and the BSDs in general. However, it does take some know-how and skill to make this happen. Linux is definitely easier to use and is better supported than the BSDs are in the software/applications arena.

With this said, I believe that, eventually, the BSDs and FreeBSD in particular will begin to gain in popularity as they match Linux in both ease of use and support.

In the meantime, if you're looking for a stable system and want to try something different then this is the OS to choose. Its stability, security, and close relationship to Unix is as good as it gets.

Highly recommended as a server or desktop.

5-0 out of 5 stars FreeBSD 5.2 is a mature, professional operating system
I use FreeBSD 5.2 on three separate computers, one personal and two commercial web/email servers (as well as several V4.9 and V4.6 server computers). It is easy to install and packed with features. It works with almost any software and hardware. It will run pretty much any Linux program, as well as many Windows programs via WINE (but don't think you are going to run graphically intense Windows games like Battlefield 1942 on it -- that is not what it is made for). Many folks think it doesn't work with P4 Hyperthreading, but it does. For me, the strength of FreeBSD is threefold: (1) It is extremely fast and stable. It uses virtual memory better than Linux or Windows. The TCP/IP stack is THE industry standard. (2) The "port" system is easier and more flexible for add-on program install than the Linux "RPM" system (although RPMs can be used as well). (3) Things are laid out in a very intuitive and usable fashion, without a lot of clutter. The only problems I have run into after numerous installs have to do with the X-Window graphical interface to the OS. Sometimes this has been a little tricky to set up. I have to admit that I tend to use FreeBSD with good CPUs and tons of memory, but crappy old video cards because the machines are usually used as business servers where video means nothing. I recently installed 5.2 with a new 64MB NVidia MX420 card and the X-Window system set up very easily. If there are any other negatives for newbies, the default is to not load support for sound cards, and loading sound card support is not trivial.

Some Linux distributions (SUSE 9.0 gets kudos here) are slicker, especially when it comes to the ease of setting up sound and the X-Windowing system. However, most folks using FreeBSD are not looking for a Windows alternative, but rather are using it as an extremely competent business back end server, or as a flexible and fast high-end workstation OS.

I cannot say enough about this OS. My 11 year old son uses it, so newbies shouldn't be put off too much by my comments on sound and graphics here. Semi-pro and pro computer folks who are using Linux should definitely give it a spin -- after you load a few "ports" instead of "RPMs" you will be grinning from ear to ear. Experimenters and hobbyists will find thousands of programs that are professionally designed and rigorously tested and ready to install.

If I had to live with one OS, this would be it. My servers are typically taken down by DSL issues or power outages before this OS locks up. It is a better OS than Linux or Windows in my opinion. I recommend reading "Absolute BSD" by Michael Lucas if you get serious about this OS. ... Read more


160. Free BSD Power Pack 4.4

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Asin: B00005RFB3
Catlog: Software
Publisher: WINDRIVER
Sales Rank: 9761
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