$25k Linux Journalism Fund

Linux Journal's new parent, Private Internet Access, has established a $25k fund to jump-start the next generation of Linux journalism—and to spend it here, where Linux journalism started in 1994. more>>

Avoiding Server Disaster

Worried that your server will go down? You should be. Here are some disaster-planning tips for server owners. more>>

Achieving Inbox Zero

See how Google Inbox helps Shawn reach his quest for "inbox zero". more>>

Linux Journal 2.0 Progress Report

The latest updates and another request for feedback. more>>

Creating an Internet Radio Station with Icecast and Liquidsoap

Ever wanted to stream prerecorded music or a live event, such as a lecture or concert for an internet audience? With Icecast and Liquidsoap, you can set up a full-featured, flexible internet radio station using free software and open standards. more>>

Introducing the CAPS0ff Project

How you can help retrieve ROM data for classic video games. more>>

Visualizing Molecules with Python

Introducing PyMOL, a Python package for studying chemical structures.

I've looked at several open-source packages for computational chemistry in the past, but in this article, I cover a package written in Python called PyMOL. more>>

Thinking Concurrently: How Modern Network Applications Handle Multiple Connections

Reuven explores different types of multiprocessing and looks at the advantages and disadvantages of each. more>>

Sysadmin Tips on Preparing for Vacation

Read on for ways to help reduce the chance that your vacation will be interrupted by sysadmin issues. more>>

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