Articles by Carla Schroder 

Resurgent Novell: Building Linux for Grownups?

NetWare's latest offerings may be bringing Novell out of its funk. More importantly, they might be delivering a level of manageability long-time Linux admins have been hoping for. Here's a look at what's new from Novell.

OpenVPN Locks Down the WLAN

Why worry about WEP, WPA, or PPTP when OpenVPN provides free, open, SSL-powered security for your wireless network? Here's how to set it up and connect a Windows client.

Caught With Proprietary Pants Down

Opinion: No less a Linux advocate than IBM has stumbled in its migration from Windows desktops. Carla Schroder argues that the lesson for the rest of us is simple: Keep your data free of closed, proprietary standards.

Build A Linux-Based Wireless Access Point (Part 2)

Last week we took a look at the best parts for assembling a Linux-based WAP. This week we take you through configuration on both Debian- and Red Hat-based distributions.

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