Articles by Carla Schroder 

2007: That Was a Very Good (Linux) Year

While others bragged about leadership and innovation, Linux delivered both in 2007. We don't have any Sinatra or even Shatner, but here's a look back at everything from OpenBIOS to the rise of Ubuntu.

Four Ways to Keep LAMP Secure

Yes, it's fast and easy to throw up a LAMP stack. The hard part is keeping it secure. Here are four things to consider, starting with PHP: Do you even need it?

VoIPowering Your Office: Make Millions Selling Minutes

Like all Asterisk derivatives, PBX in a Flash comes with its own billing system. Why not put it to good use?

Tips and Tricks for Linux Admins: Volatile Debian

In this collection of tips and tricks: A volatile repository for Debian, better CD burning, and how iptables can block brute-force attacks.

VoIPowering Your Office: Thrashing PBX in a Flash

While on the whole a great success, the product's not perfect. We help sort the good and the not quite so good.

Tips for Taming SE Linux, Part Two

With Fedora's mature SELinux implementation as your guide, let's dig in to how MAC security policies work in practice.

VoIPowering Your Office: Warming Up PBX in a Flash

The admirable CentOS Linux distribution has its own distinctive approach to system setup. We show you the way.

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