Linux Journal Contents #129, January 2005
Jan 01, 2005 By Staff
Staying Current with Your Distribution's Security Updates
by Jeremy Turner
Many attacks go after software for which a fix is already available. Get the new version working fast.
Point-and-Click E-Mail Crypto
by Roy Hoobler
These tools make encrypted mail almost as easy as the easily snoopable kind.
Networking in NSA Security-Enhanced Linux
by James Morris
SELinux is already in some cutting-edge distributions, so it's time to learn it.
Encrypt Your Root Filesystem
by Mike Petullo
Get high-grade security for all your data even when you can't lock up the hardware.
How I Feed My Cats with Linux
by Chris McAvoy
Why stay home to feed the cats when you have the Internet, a Linux box and some handy hardware?
Application Defined Processors
by Dan Poznanovic
Here's how a general-purpose Linux system gets a speed boost from reconfigurable logic.
Finding Stubborn Bugs with Meaningful Debug Info
by John Goerzen
When a user reports a bug you can't duplicate, make the program help diagnose itself.
Using Webmin—By the Book
by Frank Conley
This Web-based tool lets you manage your system and keep a log of other sysadmins' actions.
Counting with uniq
by Brian K. Tanaka
Tame your server logs and other big data files with these command-line tools.
A Memory-Efficient Doubly Linked List
by Prokash Sinha
Use this twist on a standard data structure to trade a little time to save what could be a lot of space.
At the Forge
Bloglines Web Services
by Reuven M. Lerner
The Linux Test Project
by Nigel Hinds
Cooking with Linux
by Marcel Gagné
Taking a Risk-Based Approach to Linux Security
by Mick Bauer
Linux for Suits
Grass Roots vs. Giant Roars
by Doc Searls
441 Reasons to Go Linux
by Brooke Partridge
Network Security Hacks
by Alex Weeks
HP Compaq nx5000
by Don Marti
Open Source Licensing: Software Freedom and
Intellectual Property Law
by Don Marti
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