Articles by Carla Schroder 

Winbind Ties Linux and Windows Sign-Ons Together

Best of ENP: With winbind your Linux servers and clients can enjoy unified sign-on under a Windows network.

Linux: Custom Kernels with Debian and Fedora

Fedora and Debian make building a custom kernel and packaging it for rollout a simple process.

VoIPowering Your Office: Eavesdropping on VoIP Calls (Part 1)

As a prelude to discussing VoIP security, we examine a variety of readily available tools for snooping packet-based conversations.

Push Windows Printer Drivers with CUPS

Configuring networked printer drivers for Windows desktops can be a real chore. Or you can use CUPS and Samba and it's not so bad after all.

Linux: Custom Kernels Trim Fat and Tune Performance

Your Linux distribution probably arrived with a "kitchen sink" kernel. It doesn't take much to build a better one that's tuned to your hardware's needs.

Build A Primary Domain Controller With Samba, Part 2

Our recipe for quick configuration will make it easy for you to drop a Samba-based PDC into your Windows network for single sign-on authentication, roaming profiles, and more.

Master Your Keyboard with Linux

With a few simple apps, you can harness the power of your keyboard and make your Linux desktop much more efficient.

VoIPowering Your Office: Debugging SIP Sessions Without Excessive Hair Loss

With this necessary evil—as with so many—having the right tools makes a world of difference.

Build A Primary Domain Controller With Samba

With Samba as your network's Primary Domain Controller, you can provide single sign-on authentication, roaming profiles, and more on an inexpensive platform.

Master Your Linux Keyboard (And Fix Caps Lock Forever)

If the command line is your preferred management interface, smooth out your keyboarding with these handy utilities.

VoIPowering Your Office: Being an Elite VoIP Consultant

The current abundance of reliable VoIP software tools creates a business opportunity for those who understand them.

Peace, Love and Penguins? Well ...

Opinion: Drop your ideas of penguins working on a commune ... the reality of Free and open source software is a little more complex and a lot more personal. And manners still count.

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