Resources for “2005 Linux Journal Readers' Choice Awards”
“Getting the Most from XMMS with Plugins” by Dave Phillips: /article/7273
“Open-Source Backups Using Amanda” by Phil Moses: www.linuxjournal.com/article/7422
“The Skinny on Backups and Data Recover, Part 3” by Marcel Gagné: www.linuxjournal.com/article/5326
“LVM and Removable IDE Drives Backup System” by Mike Fogarty: www.linuxjournal.com/article/7247
“rsync, Part I” by Mick Bauer: /article/6475
“rsync, Part II” by Mick Bauer: /article/6508
“An Open Letter to the Community from MySQL Founders David Axmark & Michael 'Monty' Widenius”: www.mysql.com/news-and-events/news/article_925.html
Dell Linux Engineering Page: linux.dell.com/desktops.shtml
“Writing a GCC Front End” /article/7884
“Ubuntu Linux 5.04” by Steve Hastings: /article/8278
Nobody's favorite language? C++ and Free Software: zgp.org/linux-elitists/20030325192508.GH27248@zgp.org.html
“The 101 Uses of OpenSSH: Part I” by Mick Bauer: /article/4412
“The 101 Uses of OpenSSH: Part II” by Mick Bauer: /article/4413
“Doing It All with OpenSSH, Part 1” by Marcel Gagné: www.linuxjournal.com/article/6909
“Doing It All with OpenSSH, Part 2” by Marcel Gagné: www.linuxjournal.com/article/6960
Vim's ICCF Link: www.vim.org/iccf/
“Setting Up Subversion for One or Multiple Projects” by Cristiano Paris: (www.linuxjournal.com/article/7655
“VMware 5 Workstation Edition Reviewed” by Tom Adelstein: www.linuxjournal.com/article/8394
“Fixing Web Sites with Greasemonkey” by Nigel McFarlane: (/article/8215
“Final Voting in 2005 Readers' Choice Awards”: www.linuxjournal.com/article/8272
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