Secure By Design: How Guardian Digital Secures EnGarde Secure Linux
"EnGarde Secure Linux is not just another "repackaged" Linux
distribution, but a modern open source system built from the ground up
to provide secure services in the threatening world of the modern
...."The Community edition of EnGarde Secure Linux is completely free
and open source, and online security and application updates are
freely available with GDSN registration."...
...Schneier on Security: Linux Security
Schneier on Security: Linux Security
I'm a big fan of the Honeynet Project (and a member of their board of
directors). They don't have a security product; they do security
research. Basically, they wire computers up with sensors, put them on
the Internet, and watch hackers attack them.
They just released a report about the security of Linux:
=====================================...Solaris ASE to Linux ASE
We are looking into using Replication Server to Set up Warm Standby of
Production ASE databases - Primary site being on Solaris platform - Standby
Copy on Linux. Does any utilize this configuration ? What is the best way
to initialize data on the Standby Server ?
What other issues should I be concerned with ?
Technically you can setup Warm Standby across platforms. It may work well
too with Replication Server.
However, you cannot dump and load the databases (cross platform dump and
load not supported), hence there will be issues when you need to resync your
databases. Eac...Same machine: ASE 12.5.3 Linux vs ASE 12.5.3 Windows
We had a report from one of our clients recently that our Sybase ASE-based
app was running slowly on their new Linux box. As we develop internally
against ASE on Windows we thought it would be an interesting test to install
both the Windows and Linux flavors of ASE 12.5.3 onto the same server and
look at the relative performance.
We used a Dell PowerEdge 1950 with 2 x Intel Xeon 3.73GHz dual core
On one drive we put SuSE Enterprise Linux Server 10 x86-64, and on the other
we put Windows Server 2003 Std R2 64-bit edition. Both were fresh-off-the-CD
I read this article, 'CommsDesign - Linux and Security: Mission
Impossible?' (http://tinyurl.com/yjfnqqa) and it brings up some good
points. With the kernel being at about 11 million lines of code, it is
becoming unmanageable, and thereby more vulnerable.
Anyway, I found it an interesting read. Don't think I agree with all
> I read this article, 'CommsDesign - Linux and Security: M...migrate ase nt to ase linux
what is the fastest way to do the data transfer ? is there any specify data
folders like in mysql that i can just copy over?
Dump and load the database.
> what is the fastest way to do the data transfer ? is there any specify data
> folders like in mysql that i can just copy over?
...Question :Linux box Linux to the ASE server
I have setup up an ASE server on my redhat 6.0, i tried to link this
server from another computer which running the winNT(open client is
and it is works very well.
and i want to link(use) the ASE server from another Linux(also installed
How can i do ?
i guess i should first install something just like the open client like
my WinNT box and then install some Admin tools
Please give me advice,
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> Hello there,
> I ha...F-Secure Readies Security Software For Linux
F-Secure Corp. on Tuesday unveiled security software for open-source Samba
file servers and Linux, addressing a need that's growing within the
The Finnish company announced the availability of antivirus software for
Samba that automatically detects and removes viruses from files stored on
the server. The new product is meant to protect all Samba-attached computers
from malicious code that could enter the network from a Windows or Linux
Next month, F-Secure plans to ship a Linux version of F-Secure Policy
Manager, which will extend centrally managed ...ASE and ASE
Could it be possible to take scripts from ASA and load them in an ASE
Any information is welcome
ASA supports a fairly large sub-set of Transact-SQL, so if you write your
stored procedures and triggers in ASA using T-SQL, you should be able to
create scripts that will run against both ASE and ASA. If you're planning
to do this though, I would suggest developing your database schema against
ASA, since everything you write in T-SQL in ASA will be supported on ASE,
but the reverse is not true.
Check out the section in the ASA documentation entitled "Tra...ASE for LINUX
Hello, I am a newcomer on this forum. I have installed ASE 11.9.2 on a
Linux Mandrake 8.0 PC, and everything seems to be all set. But now I want
to load a database from a file on my HD. This file is a dump of an existing
ASE 11.9.2 database, but it was an AIX 4.2.1 version of ASE, and it doesn't
seem to work properly.
Does anyone know why, and if it is possible to solve this problem?
Sorry, but unfortunately you picked the wrong forum. Try the 'sqlserver'
forums instead, they deal with ASE issues.
I am a Linux newbie who's been experimenting with several different distos
of Linux. Currently I have both Xandros and Mandrake 9.0 running. Are there
any good ant-virus, anti-trojan, anti-spyware programs out there for Linux
which have a good GUI. I don't really want to command line programs....
On Wed, 15 Jan 2003 09:10:16 +0000, rwf wrote:
> I am a Linux newbie who's been experimenting with several different
> distos of Linux. Currently I have both Xandros and Mandrake 9.0 running.
> Are there any good ant-virus, anti-trojan, anti-spyware progra...ASE for linux
What version of linux can support Sybase ASE 11.9.2
On Tue, 07 Sep 1999 10:28:49 -0700, Ravi Saini <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>What version of linux can support Sybase ASE 11.9.2
The requirements listed in the documentation are:
486 or better
32M RAM or better
There's a note indicating that 128M of RAM is recommended.
Wim ten Have (of Sybase) posted a message to the ase-linux mailing list:
> What LINUX distribution can you advise me ?
Red Hat (5.2, 6.0) - Caldera (Open Linux 2.2) \
- S.u.S.e (6.2) ...LINUX and ASE
Has anyone installed and tested this yet? Any comments?
Michael Loftus wrote:
> Has anyone installed and tested this yet? Any comments?
I have. No real problems. Just waiting on the 2.0.36 kernel for the
connecting bug in the linux kernel to be fixed.
Have a db with 4gb running on two raw partitions. No problems. I'd
like OpenClient 11.1.1 though.
...ASE for Linux
Whether Sybase have ASE for Linux?
> Whether Sybase have ASE for Linux?
No. There is no ASE for Linux. Sybase has not announced
any plans to port ASE to Linux.
Bret Halford Imagine my disappointment
Sybase Technical Support in learning the true nature
3665 Discovery Drive of rec.humor.oracle...
Boulder, CO 80303
I suppose this stems from oracle's announcement to support Linux in
Bret Halford wrote:
> tonytang wrote:
> > Hello:
This post is ultimately about linux.
Using trial versions of VMWare Fusion and Parallels on a
Macbook Pro ( Intel Core Duo ), I installed Ubuntu Feisty
Fawn Desktop, Solaris 10, and CentOS 5. With each of these,
I created two more VMs, one as the original installation,
and one updated to the latetest version using the system
update tools. That is twelve (12) permutations.
I then tried installing ASE 15.0.2 developer edition on all
twelve of the installations mentioned above. None of them
could complete the ASE installation process.
Every single one aborted the ASE installion ...