Linux Journal Archives

We here at Linux Journal believe in empowerment, and giving people the tools to the job themselves, so we are proud to present the LJ Archives.
Kernel Korner
  • Introduction (Device Drivers) Issue: 8 Page: 18 Author: Michael K. Johnson

  • Block Device Drivers Issue: 9 Page: 11 Author: Michael K. Johnson

  • Block Device Drivers: Interrupts Issue: 10 Page: 9 Author: Michael K. Johnson

  • Block Device Drivers- Optimization Issue: 11 Page: 38 Author: Michael K. Johnson

  • The ELF Object File Format Issue: 12 Page: 14 Author: Eric Youngdale

  • The ELF Object File Format by Dissection Issue: 13 Page: 27 Author: Eric Youngdale

  • The Linux Keyboard Driver Issue: 14 Page: 5 Author: Andries Brouwer

  • Memory Allocation Issue: 16 Page: 16 Author: Michael K. Johnson

  • System Calls Issue: 17 Page: 12 Author: Michael K. Johnson

  • Porting Linux to the DEC Alpha: Infrastructure Issue: 18 Page: 22 Author: Jim Paradis

  • Porting Linux To the DEC Alpha Issue: 19 Page: 16 Author: Jim Paradis

Programming Hints
  • Programming the VT Interface Issue: 3 Page: 35 Author: Michael K. Johnson

  • Programming the VT Interface part 2 Issue: 4 Page: 31 Author: Michael K. Johnson

  • Strange I/O Issue: 5 Page: 33 Author: Michael K. Johnson

  • Introduction to make Issue: 6 Page: 48 Author: Michael K. Johnson

System Administration
  • The df command Issue: 1 Page: 35 Author: Phil Hughes

  • General System Administration Issue: 2 Page: 26 Author: Mark Komarinski

  • Making Your Own Filesystems Issue: 3 Page: 20 Author: Mark Komarinski

  • mtools Issue: 5 Page: 17 Author: Mark Komarinski

  • Fixing Your Clock Issue: 8 Page: 15 Author: Mark Komarinski

  • How to Move /home To A New Hard Drive On Your Linux System Issue: 8 Page: 44 Author: LJ Staff

  • Undelete Issue: 9 Page: 14 Author: Mark Komarinski

  • How To Log Friends and Influence People Issue: 11 Page: 35 Author: Mark Komarinski

  • Setting Up Services Issue: 12 Page: 18 Author: Mark Komarinski

  • Anonymous ftp Issue: 13 Page: 41 Author: Mark Komarinski

  • Upgrading the Linux Kernel Issue: 14 Page: 30 Author: Mark Komarinski

  • Installing the Xaw3D Libraries Issue: 15 Page: 54 Author: Mark Komarinski

  • Using LILO Issue: 19 Page: 52 Author: Æleen Frisch

Novice to Novice
  • Linux Installation and X Windows Issue: 12 Page: 26 Author: Dean Oisboid

  • DOS Emulation with dosemu Issue: 13 Page: 34 Author: Dean Oisboid

  • Games, Sound & Other Agonies Issue: 15 Page: 6 Author: Dean Oisboid

  • Interlude & Exploration: Spreadsheets & Text Editors Issue: 16 Page: 6 Author: Dean Oisboid

  • Databases Issue: 17 Page: 37 Author: Dean Oisboid

  • Serendipity Issue: 18 Page: 26 Author: Dean Oisboid

What's Gnu?
  • What's Gnu? Issue: 1 Page: 20 Author: Arnold Robbins

  • What's Gnu? Issue: 2 Page: 14 Author: Arnold Robbins

  • Bash: The GNU shell Issue: 3 Page: 40 Author: Chet Ramey

  • Bash: The GNU Shell part 2 Issue: 4 Page: 41 Author: Chet Ramey

  • Texinfo Issue: 6 Page: 51 Author: Arnold Robbins

  • groff Issue: 7Page: 19 Author: Arnold Robbins

  • RCS: Revision Control System Issue: 10 Page: 36 Author: Arnold Robbins

  • Plan 9 Issue: 11 Page: 31 Author: Arnold Robbins

  • The GNU Coding Standards Issue: 16 Page: 47 Author: Arnold Robbins


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