Linux Journal Contents #131, March 2005
Mar 01, 2005 By Staff
Legacy Database Replacement with LAMP
by Richard Hulse
Chalk up another victory for Do-It-Yourself IT, as one in-house project replaced three incompatible proprietary applications.
Managing Projects with WebCollab
by Mike Cohen
Keep your project status info and the key files in one place with this easy-to-use tool.
A Database-Driven Web Application in 18 Lines of Code
by Paul Barry
Want to see all the code for a soccer team tracking application? Want to see it again?
by Dave Phillips
A Linux Journal first, this article features a new song recorded just for this issue. Get started with hard-disk recording and have a listen.
Centralized Authorization Using a Directory Service, Part II
by Alf Wachsmann
Single sign-on is one step closer as we replace /etc/passwd entries with a centralized directory of users and groups.
Event-Driven Programming with Twisted and
by Ken Kinder
Develop scalable software quickly with this project that gets a handle on a high-performance programming technique.
GNU Motion: Your Eye in the Sky for Computer Room Surveillance
by Phil Hollenback
Make your security Webcam show you all the crimes, none of the empty rooms.
The Perl Debugger
by Daniel Allen
print("hello? Is this thing on?\n ");—or is there a better way?
The Oddmuse Wiki Engine
by Brian Tanaka
Get your company or project information organized with a system that lets everyone contribute fixes.
LaTeX Equations and Graphics in PHP
by Titus Barik
Put the math you want on your Web site, right inside the pages you're already building.
Optimization in GCC
by M. Tim Jones
Want to shrink your program's memory requirements, run time or both?
At the Forge
Bloglines Web Services, Continued
by Reuven M. Lerner
Analysis of the HTB Queuing Discipline
by Yaron Benita
Book Review: Islands in the Clickstream
by Mick Bauer
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