Linux Journal Contents #124, August 2004

Linux Journal Issue #124/August 2004


  • Ultimate Linux Box 2004  by Paul Bibaud, Jesse Keating, Cosmo King, Eric Logan, Micah Spacek, Tim Lee and Don Marti
    We take a peek at a no-compromises system that will give everyone some PC construction ideas.
  • Linux on Linksys Wi-Fi Routers  by James Ewing
    This sub-$100 wireless box has 16MB of RAM and a 125MHz processor. Put it to work.







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