Tiny Core Linux Welcome to The Core Project - Tiny Core Linux The Core Project is a highly modular based system with community build extensions. It starts with a recent Linux kernel, vmlinuz 3.0, and a 5MB core.gz. MicroCore 8MB is simply the kernel + core.gz - this is the foundation for user created desktops, servers, or appliances. TinyCore is simply the kernel + core.gz + Xvesa.tcz|Xorg.tcz + Xprogs +fltk-1.10.tcz + (user's choice of Window Manager) + wbar.tcz
Puppy Linux These are extraordinary goals, yet Puppy comes close to achieving them all. The fundamental reason is that Puppy has been built from scratch, file-by-file, and is not based on any other Linux distribution. One of the most amazing features of Puppy is the range of powerful applications yet such tiny size ...and the speed. Puppy really is small, the live-CD typically being 85MB, yet there really is a complete set of GUI applications. Being so small, Puppy usually loads completely into RAM, which accounts for the incredible speed. Well, we can rave on, which is something Puppy-enthusiasts are prone to, but find out for yourself!
Solaris "We selected Oracle’s SPARC T5 servers running Oracle Solaris 11 to support our SAP R3 deployment, based on expected higher performance and scalability." Thomas Beneke, SAP System Technology Manager, Bank für Sozialwirtschaft AG Read the story
Parted Magic The Parted Magic OS employs core programs of GParted and Parted to handle partitioning tasks with ease, while featuring other useful software (e.g. Partimage, TestDisk, Truecrypt, Clonezilla, G4L, SuperGrubDisk, ddrescue, etc…) and an excellent set of info to benefit the user. Parted Magic is licensed under the GPL , so an extensive collection of file system tools are also included, as Parted Magic supports the following: btrfs, exfat, ext2, ext3, ext4, fat16, fat32, hfs, hfs+, jfs, linux-swap, ntfs, reiserfs, reiser4, xfs, and zfs. Parted Magic requires at least a i686 processor and 312MB of RAM to operate or 175MB in “Live” mode.
IBM x3850 X5: Installation Information details This site contains updated installation media for IBM x3850 X5 systems. platforms SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 BeOS 5 Personal Edition BeOS R5 Personal Edition for Windows This is a mirror of BeOS R5 Personal Edition for Windows. It comes in a self-installing executable, making installation easy and painless. If you're running Windows Millenium Edition, Windows NT, Windows 2000, or Windows XP, you will need to create a boot disk with the included utilities. Otherwise, you can simply double-click the icon installed on your desktop to launch the Be Operating System.
docdisplay : IBM Support Portal Applicable countries and regions Contents 1.0 What you will need 2.0 Where to download device drivers and files 3.0 Preparing the hardware 4.0 Installing SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 5.0 Notices Installation instructions for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 for IBM System x3850 X5 (Type 7145) Revision level: 1.00 Updated: 02 Mar 2010
A.3. Installing and Configuring the Apache HTTP Server The Apache HTTP Server must be installed and configured on all nodes in the assigned failover domain, if used, or in the cluster. The basic server configuration must be the same on all nodes on which it runs for the service to fail over correctly. The following example shows a basic Apache HTTP Server installation that includes no third-party modules or performance tuning. On all node in the cluster (or nodes in the failover domain, if used), install the httpd RPM package. Toorox Linux Details Details Parent Category: FrontpageNews Created on Friday, 10 August 2007 23:09 IRC Chat @ irc.freenode.net #toorox-de, irc.freenode.net #toorox-en Current Versions:
SDB:LAMP setup - openSUSE This page will describe the steps you have to take to install LAMP, which stands for Linux Apache MariaDB PHP. This page will show you, how to set up a working Apache2 webserver, a configured MariaDB database server, to install PHP5, working with Apache, and finally, phpMyAdmin with a configured pmadb database. This article is updated to reflect the installation in openSUSE 13.1. However it it does not deviate much from lower versions of openSUSE.
How do I use a Broadcom 5709C Gigabit NIC on IBM System x x3850 M2 / x3950 M2 in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5? Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5, 5.1 and 5.2 do not offer Broadcom 5709 driver support, but the IBM System x x3850 M2 and x3950 M2 use a Broadcom 5709C network card. If you want to install Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5, 5.1 or 5.2 on an IBM System x x3850 M2 or 3950 M2, please get the latest driver from IBM. The latest driver can be found here: The necessary Broadcom driver is called bnx2. YellowDog What is Yellow Dog Linux? An open source, Linux operating system for home, office, server, and cluster users. Built upon the RHEL/CentOS core, Fixstars has since the spring of 1999 developed and maintained YDL for the Power architecture family of CPUs.
docdisplay : IBM Support Portal Applicable countries and regions Installation instructions for Red Hat Enterprise Linux Version 6 for IBM System x3850 M2 and x3950 M2 (Type 7233, 7234) Table of contents Quirky Quirky is a Linux distribution and is in the "Puppy Linux family", also known as a "puplet". However, Quirky is not a mainline Puppy release -- it is a distinct distro in its own right. Quirky is built with the Woof build system, as is Puppy 4.3.x and later official puppies.