Linux Journal Contents #106, February 2003
Koha: a Gift to Libraries from New Zealand
by Pat Eyler
Here's how some libraries are serving customers with free software.
Understanding and Replacing Microsoft Exchange
by Tom Adelstein
Replace that troublesome closed mail and calendar server.
Scaling Linux to New Heights: the SGI Altix 3000 System
by Steve Neuner
Find out how the Altix 3000 happened, and how it's performing.
Inside the Intel Compiler
by Dale Schouten, Xinmin Tian, Aart Bik and Milind Girkar
The optimizations and features of Intel's complier for the IA-32 architecture.
Large-Scale Mail with Postfix, OpenLDAP and Courier
by Dave Dribin and Keith Garner
Here's a flexible solution for hosting mail for many domains on one server.
Teaching Linux in K-12 School
by Michael Surran
Kids at the Greater Houlton Christian Academy are growing up with Tux.
Removing Red-Eye with The GIMP
by Eric Jeschke
Small, convenient cameras are especially vulnerable to the dreaded red-eye effect. Fix it.
A Linux-Based Steam Turbine Test Bench
by Alexandr E. Bravo
From safety controls to a convenient web front end, Linux is an essential part of this lab.
Driving Me Nuts The USB Serial Driver Layer
by Greg Kroah-Hartman
Kernel Korner The Linux USB Input Subsystem, Part I
by Brad Hards
At the Forge Choosing Tools
by Reuven M. Lerner
Cooking with Linux Charting the Enterprise
by Marcel Gagné
Paranoid Penguin An Introduction to FreeS/WAN, Part II
by Mick Bauer
- The Tiny Internet Project, Part I
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- Epiq Solutions' Sidekiq M.2
- Securing the Programmer
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