Linux Journal Contents #125, September 2004

Linux Journal Issue #125/September 2004

Features

Indepth

  • Driving the Mars Rovers  by Frank Hartman and Scott Maxwell
    Rovers don't run Linux yet, but back on Earth, Linux is the platform of choice for planning their routes and collecting data.
  • The GPS Toolkit  by Brian W. Tolman and Ben Harris
    Where on Earth are you? Do you need to know with better precision than an off-the-shelf GPS unit? Here's the software that can help you.
  • Ximba Radio: Developing a GTK+/Glade GUI to XM Satellite Radio  by Michael J. Hammel
    Make the most of your satellite radio subscription with a friendly GUI for picking stations and more.
  • Ten Commands Every Linux Developer Should Know  by John Fusco
    Making quality software requires simplifying and automating common tasks to save your time for the hard parts.
  • LDAP Account Manager  by John H. Terpstra
    Use one tool to create and modify accounts for your Linux and Microsoft Windows users.

Embedded

  • Space-Time Process—Linux Style  by Ian McLoughlin and Tom Scott
    Practical advice on how Linux fits into a wireless R&D operation, from a “boat anchor” cluster for numerical simulations to the latest generation of embedded ARM processors.

Toolbox

Column

  • EOF  by Rich Bodo
    Faster Training for Smarter Customers

Reviews

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