Everything You Need to Know to Install Tiger (3 tags)
Installing Mac OS X Tiger can be as easy as inserting the OS disc and clicking a few buttons. But if you want to customize your install and take this opportunity to tidy up your Mac in the process, this exhaustive tutorial will show you everything you need to know.
Installing Nagios (3 tags)
Nagios is a system and network monitoring application. It watches hosts and services that you specify, alerting you when things go bad and when they get better.
Tiger's Powerful Migration Assistant (2 tags)
Transferring data, prefs, and apps from old Macs to new ones can be painful when upgrading computers. Fortunately, Apple's Migration Assistant has the brains and brawn to save users and system administrators alike much time during this process. Here's everything you'd want to know about this great tool.
Advanced Linux Installations and Upgrades with Kickstart (2 tags)
Unix is beautifully scriptable. That applies to installations and upgrades, too. Fedora's Kickstart utility can automate installing entire labs of computers, installing custom RPMs, and even upgrading old versions. Ethan McCallum explains advanced Kickstart techniques.
Building Mono on Windows (2 tags)
Mono, the open source implementation of the CLR, is not just for non-Microsoft platforms. Kevin Shockey walks you through the three phases required to build Mono on Windows without using the .NET framework.