Linux Journal Contents #15, July 1995
The LINCKS GPD
by Martin Sjolin
The final article in a series on using the CSCW tool in LINCKS.
xfm 1.3: A File and Applications Manager
by Robert Dalrymple
A non-file manager user discovers the usefulness and flexibility of xfm.
HTML: A Gentle Introduction
by Eric Kasten
Learn how to create documents for the World Wide Web in HTML.
Setting up X11
by Greg Lehey
A no-tears guide to XFree86 configuration.
News & Articles
Product Review AX Graphical Driver
by Mark Banter
Product Review Metro X
by Bogdan Urma
Product Review Motif for Linux
by Bogdan Urma
Book Review X User Tools
by Danny Yee
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