Linux Journal Contents #133, May 2005

Linux Journal Issue #133/May 2005


  • InfiniBand and Linux  by Roland Dreier
    If 120Gb/s isen't fast enough for you, try receiving data without the CPU doing a thing.
  • Belly Dance and Free Software  by Dawn Devine and Michael Baxter
    Publicize your next event with a good-looking flyer or poster. Scribus works great, even if you can't dance.
  • Fd.o: Building the Desktop in the Right Places  by Marco Fioretti
    The designers of the X Window System must have done something right. Here's how X, the OS and the desktop are growing together to meet user needs.








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