Linux Journal Contents #10, February 1995
A Conversation with Olaf Kirsch
The author of the Network Administrator's Guide tells us a little something about his life and the NaG
Using Tcl and Tk from Your C Programs
by Matt Welsh
This month we'll show you how to use Tcl and Tk from your C programs.
Linux Conference at Open Systems World/FedUNIX 1994
by Belinda Frazier
A remarkable conference with developers, support persons, resellers and end-users.
SCADA-Linux Still Hard at Work
by Vance Petree
Time marches on, Linux marches on, and one of the cardinal rules of the universe manifests itself.
News & Articles
Report on Comdex 1994
by Belinda Frazier
What Your DOS Manual Doesn't Tell You About Linux
by Liam Greenwood
by Arnold Robbins
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