Linux Journal Contents #128, December 2004
Dec 01, 2004 By Staff
Making Movies with Kino
by Olexiy Tykhomyrov and Denys Tonkonog
Make watching your family videos fun again with tightly edited scenes, titles and effects.
Open-Source Learning Management with Moodle
by Abhijeet Chavan and Shireen Pavri
Want to teach a class on-line? Share notes, answer questions and give exams wtih this educator-proven free software.
Generating Music Notation in Real Time
by Kevin C. Baird
This piece of music is never the same twice, as it re-writes itself in response to audience feedback.
Beating Spam and Viruses with amavisd-new and Maia Mailguard
by Robert LeBlanc
Here's a spam and virus filter that gives users a second chance to rescue important mail from the virtual trash.
Revision Control with Arch: Maintenance and Advanced Use
by Nick Moffitt
Can you manage a software project and take your laptop away on a trip to hack? Yes—with these change-management skills.
Automating Manufacturing Processes with Linux
by Craig Swanson and Ryan Walsh
Running a factory with ISO 9001:2000 quality and just-in-time delivery means you have to collect a lot of data. Midwest Tool & Die keeps up using RTLinux and a PostgreSQL database.
At the Forge
Aggregating Syndication Feeds
by Reuven M. Lerner
Unionfs: Bringing Filesystems Together
by Charles P. Wright and Erez Zadok
Cooking with Linux
by Marcel Gagné
Adding Clam Antivirus to Your Postfix Server
by Mick Bauer
Linux for Suits
by Doc Searls
gnuLinEx: Foundation for an Information Society
by Dario Rapisardi
Monarch ULB 64 2005 Custom Workstation
by Chris DiBona
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