Linux Journal Contents #113, September 2003
Discovering Wireless Networks
by Tony Steidler-Dennison
Does anyone nearby have an access point you can use? Find out quickly.
Linux-Powered Wireless Hot Spots
by Mike Kershaw
Put a convenient authentication system on your access point with free software.
Linux Makes Wi-Fi Happen in New York City
by Doc Searls
At parks, phone booths and cafes, hackers are making this city a cornucopia of wireless Net access.
Scripting for X Productivity
by Marco Fioretti
Save your carpal tunnels—automate GUI actions for productivity and application testing.
A Beginner's Guide to Using pyGTK and Glade
by Dave Aitel
Ready to move up from designing Web pages to designing applications? It's easier than you think.
From Vinyl to Digital
by Tom Younker
Don't let your favorite oldies go unheard because they're less convenient to play than your new digital stuff.
Garbage Collection in C Programs
by Gianluca Insolvibile
A surprising look at the performance of garbace collection vs. conventional memory management.
ChessBrain: a Linux-Based Distributed Computing Experiment
by Carlos Justiniano
Try your skill against a worldwide network of chess-playing computers, or offer your PC's spare cycles to beat other people.
Put a Sump Pump on the Web with Embedded Linux
by Tad Truex
The circuit and software to make any electrical appliance reveal its secrets over the Net.
Kernel Korner Exploring Dynamic Kernel Module Support (DKMS)
by Gary Lerhaupt
At the Forge Bricolage
by Reuven M. Lerner
Cooking with Linux Watching the Community Network
by Marcel Gagné
Paranoid Penguin Authenticate with LDAP, Part III
by Mick Bauer
EOF The Open Source Development Lab
by Stuart Cohen
Special Reports: DevOps
Have projects in development that need help? Have a great development operation in place that can ALWAYS be better? Regardless of where you are in your DevOps process, Linux Journal can help!
With deep focus on Collaborative Development, Continuous Testing and Release & Deployment, we offer here the DEFINITIVE DevOps for Dummies, a mobile Application Development Primer, advice & help from the experts, plus a host of other books, videos, podcasts and more. All free with a quick, one-time registration. Start browsing now...