Linux Journal Contents #111, July 2003
Jul 01, 2003 By Staff
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.
Getting to Know Mono
by Julio David Quintana
Working code shows how you can already work with objects created in one language, from another.
How to Index Anything
by Josh Rabinowitz
Create a local search engine to search HTML and every other document format on your system.
wxWindows for Cross-Platform Coding
by Taran Rampersad
A fast, stable toolkit for apps that run on any OS with a native look.
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.
Kernel Korner CPU Affinity
by Robert Love
At the Forge Zope's CMF
by Reuven M. Lerner
Cooking with Linux Exploring Strange New Languages
by Marcel Gagné
Paranoid Penguin LDAP for Security, Part I
by Mick Bauer
Linux for Suits How Linux Makes Companies Smarter
by Doc Searls
EOF Free Beer Doesn't Sell
by Ethan Zuckerman
Practical books for the most technical people on the planet. Newly available books include:
- Agile Product Development by Ted Schmidt
- Improve Business Processes with an Enterprise Job Scheduler by Mike Diehl
- Finding Your Way: Mapping Your Network to Improve Manageability by Bill Childers
- DIY Commerce Site by Reven Lerner
Plus many more.