Easily integrating your Linux host into a Windows environment ...
This solution allows one to very easily navigate any number of windows/samba servers and shares with any file management application (and from the shell).
Having a digital ISDN telephone connection lets you easily integrate Fax and Answering Machine functionality into your Linux server. SuSE (and Debian) distribute a package called Capisuite for this purpose. You will also need a supported ISDN card (an AVM Fritz card is inexpensive and works).
When system performance on Linux is affected by using too many file descriptors, usually an error can be seen in the log file '(Too many open files)'. Although this affects the entire system, it is a fairly common problem.
The big issue is the Linux connectivity which became worse an worse over the time as Linux distribution getting more and more complicated. As matter of fact I did not find one instruction in the Internet on how to connect it to Linux via a cradle. Here is How!