Linux Journal Contents #2, April-May 1994
Formation of the XFree86 Project, Inc.
The developers of XFree86, a free-software package developed and distributed via the world-wide Internet, announce the formation of The XFree86 Project, Inc.
Optimizing Linux Disk Usage
by Jeff Tranter
This article describes some simple techniques for making the best use of the disk storage you have now.
Interview with Patrick Volkerding
by Phil Hughes
In this issue we interview Patrick Volkerding, the author of “Slackware”, one of the most popular Linux distributions.
News & Articles
Linux Survey Results
by Phil Hughes
Introduction to the GNU C Library
by Michael K. Johnson
File System Standard (FSSTD)
by Daniel Quinlan
by Arnold Robbins
Linux Around the World
ICMAKE Part 2
by Frank B. Brokken and K. Kubat
Cooking with Linux Linux Leadership
by Matt Welsh
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