Sandra Henry-Stocker

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Sandra Henry-Stocker has been administering Unix systems for more than 30 years. She describes herself as "USL" (Unix as a second language) but remembers enough English to write books and buy groceries. She lives in the mountains in Virginia where, when not working with or writing about Unix, she's chasing the bears away from her bird feeders.

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Undo releases Live Recorder 5.0 for Linux debugging

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Debugging on multi-process systems just got significantly easier with the release of Live Recorder 5.0 from Undo.

Tracking down library injections on Linux

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How to send email from the Linux command line

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How Linux can help with your spelling

How Linux can help with your spelling

Whether you're struggling with one elusive word or checking a report before you send it off to your boss, Linux can help with your spelling.

NVMe on Linux

NVMe on Linux

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A deeper dive into Linux permissions

A deeper dive into Linux permissions

Sometimes you see more than just the ordinary r, w, x and - designations when looking at file permissions on Linux. How can you get a clearer view of what the uncommon charactrers are trying to tell you and how do these permissions...

4 vulnerabilities and exposures affect Intel-based systems; Red Hat responds

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Red Hat issued a security advisory on recently disclosed CVEs (common vulnerabilities and exposures) in Intel microprocessors.

When to be concerned about memory levels on Linux

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Red Hat Summit 2019: RHEL 8 arrives

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