Articles by Carla Schroder 

Pulling The Covers Off Linux PAM

Best of ENP: Linux PAM solves its share of problems, it's true, but at the price of some complexity. Here's how to work through the thicket of PAM configuration choices.

VoIPowering Your Office: Doing VoIP Wi-Fi

Voice over Wi-Fi is a bit like the Wild West: near-anarchy, but with plenty of fun and excitement for the stout of heart.

LinuxBIOS Brings Clones One Step Closer to Freedom

You might not think about your computer's BIOS much, but one project has: LinuxBIOS rethinks an old and hoary PC convention with an approach devoted to modern operating systems.

VoIPowering Your Office: VoIP Can Do Wi-Fi!

Despite a slow start—and a bad reputation—voice over that other kind of wireless is gaining a foothold.

Of Supplicants and Keys: The Lowdown on Wi-Fi Security

The Best of ENP: Securing your WLAN doesn't have to be a trial, but it helps to be aware of the complexities.

Small Linux Distros For Every Occasion

With Linux booting from removable media, you've got a versatile and powerful toolkit that lets you rescue or repair all manner of systems (and not just the ones running Linux), or even non-destructively reconfigure hard drive space.

VoIPowering Your Office: Can VoIP Do Wi-Fi?

A first look into the wonderful, wacky world of unwired mobile VoIP.

Run Zeroconf for Linux in a Snap

Best of ENP: Zeroconf networking makes life easier for your users without making things too hard on your admins. Here's how to run it with Linux network clients.

Bastille: Classic Linux and Unix Security

Bastille runs your Linux or Unix installation through the ringer and squeezes out a more secure box.

VoIPowering Your Office: NeoPhonetics Does Asterisk Big

Run a large university—or a multi-sited enterprise? This company will help make sure your open-source VoIP deployment works.

Dreamhost Driven by Linux-Enhanced Economics

Opinion: Choosing Linux has given a Web hosting provider key advantages over the past decade.

VoIPowering Your Office: The Wild iPBX Roundup, Part 2

This time, we compare offerings from Pingtel and Digium itself—the entity that first brought you open-source VoIP.

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