Linux Journal Contents #111, July 2003

Linux Journal Issue #111/July 2003


  • Running Linux on the Xbox  by Michael Steil
    The Xbox is basically a PC, so with a little work you can upgrade it to run your OS of choice.
  • AMD64 Opteron: First Look  by Michael Baxter
    Discover the new architecture that's backward-compatible with the x86 and has IBM, Cadence and others already offering products.
  • Network Management with Nagios  by Richard C. Harlan
    The servers are from many vendors, the management software budget is small and the demands are high. Find out how the team at John Deere made it work.



  • An Event Mechanism for Linux  by Frederic Rossi
    To meet the demands of telecom applications, a plan for a new level of cooperation between applications and the kernel.






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