Linux Journal Contents #169, May 2008

Linux Journal Issue #169/May 2008

The May 2008 issue of Linux Journal focuses on Telephony. Find out how to use your Linux PC to make calls with Skype and use VoIP tools for podcasting. Read Doc Searls' interview with VisiCalc cofounder Bob Frankston about his vision for the future of Telecom and the Internet. Also in this issue: an intro to OpenID, handling errors in shell scripts, customizing live CDs, an intro to AVSynthesis, running Ubuntu as a virtual OS on the Mac and a primer on mobile IPv6. And, if you need help in the kitchen, make sure you check out “Adventures with Chumby.”

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