Linux Journal Contents #12, April 1995
Linux: It's Not Just for Intel Anymore
by Joseph L. Brothers
A Linux Port Tour: Taking Linux Beyond its Intel-Processor-Based Beginnings
by Paul M. Sittler
Accessing On-Line Information through Linux.
by Terry Dawson
Connecting Linux to an Ethernet Network
Building Shared Libraries
by Eric Kasten
Understanding and Building a Linux Shared Library System.
News & Articles
What's GNU? Plan 9 Part II
by Arnold Robbins
Cooking with Linux
by Matt Welsh
Kernel Korner : The ELF Object File Format: Introduction
by Eric Youngdale
Mr. Torvalds Goes to Washington
by Kurt Reisler
Product Review InfoMagic
by Caleb Epstein
Product Review Xfig
by Robert A. Dalrymple
Book Review A Quarter Century of Unix
by Peter H. Salus
Book Review The Mosaic Handbook for the X Window System
by Morgan Hall
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- Secure Desktops with Qubes: Introduction
- Seeing Red and Getting Sleep
- Fancy Tricks for Changing Numeric Base
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- Working with Command Arguments
- Linux Mint 18
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