Linux Journal Contents #22, February 1996
by Malcolm Murphy
Malcolm tells us which files to backup and how often.
Tar and Taper for Linux
by Yusuf Nagree
Learn to use tar and the friendly taper archival tools.
Backing Up in Linux
by Yusuf Nagree
Prep yourself and your system for tape drive backups.
News and Articles
How to Read 950 E-mail Messages Before Lunch
by Jay D Allen
A discussion of the use of e-mail filters on UNIX computers that use Sendmail-like systems.
X Forms: Review and Tutorial
by Karel Kubat
Karel Kubat explores XForms, a graphical user interface toolkit for X.
Trade Show: Open Systems World/FedUNIX 1995
Trade Show: Comdex 1995
Letters to the Editor
Stop the Presses
Linux System Administration
Maximizing System Security: Part 2
Caldera Desktop Preview II
Seamless Object-Oriented Software Architecture
Directories & References
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