Linux Journal Contents #13, May 1995

Linux Journal Issue #13/May 1995


  • Installing CERN's WWW Server  by Eric Kasten
    Tie your networked Linux machine to the World Wide Web.
  • Majordomo  by Piers Cawley
    Create your own internet mailing lists with the popular majordomo sofware.
  • The Pari Package on Linux  by Klaur-Peter Nischke
    Fast, efficient mathematical operations. Do arithmetic and symbolic math with Pari.

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