Top 10 Sys Admin Articles of 2008

Collecting the best system administration articles posted to Linux Magazine in 2008.

Picking up where we left off last week with software developers, we’ve picked some of our favorite feature articles posted to the site in 2008 covering system adminstration.

Desktops, filesystems, networking and the command line — we’ve covered a bit of everything this past year. Here’s our top 10.

#10

Solving Common Administration Problems with ZFS

One of the most interesting features in Solaris is its ZFS filesystem. Read on for a quick guide to ZFS administration.
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#9

Complete Kickstart: How to Save Time Installing Linux

If you have to perform a lot of Linux installs, there’s a fast and easy way to do so quickly and efficiently without having to babysit the installation process each time. By making use of Kickstart, you can save time and effort by setting up a Kickstart server and spend your time getting more useful work done.
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#8

Gandalf! Monitor Your Machines with Hobbit

Not quite a ring of power, but Hobbit can take some of the pain out of machine, network and services management.
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#7

Wine @ Work: Running MS Office and IE on Linux

Let the Bacchanalia begin! Getting your Windows apps installed and running on Linux the Wine way.
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#6

Thin Client Computing, Part One

Thin clients offer an approach to computing with a number of advantages over the more common desktop computer approach. Learn how to enable it.
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