Linux Journal Contents #36, April 1997
Serial Terminal as Console
by Francesco Conti
Sans video card, sans keyboard, sans monitor: the amazing headless Linux box.
Building the Perfect Box: How to Design Linux Workstation
by Eric S Raymond
These days, it's possible to put together a decent personal Unix Platform for less than $2,000 US.
Thread-Specific Data and Signal Handling in Multi-Threaded Applications
by Martin McCarthy
This second part of a series on Multi-threading deals with how to use C programs with one of the POSIX packages available for Linux to handle signals and concurrent threads
News & Articles
Creating Animations with POV-Ray
by Andy Vaught
The /proc File System and ProcMeter
by Andrew M. Bishop
Somebody Still Uses Assembly Language?
by Richard A. Sevenich
Product Review Applixware 4.2 for Linux
by Gary Moore
Book Review Active Java and Exploring Java
by Danny Yee
Letters to the Editor
From the Publisher
Linux—The Internet Appliance?
by Phil Hughes
Stop the Presses
Usenix/Uselinux in Anaheim
by Phil Hughes
Linux Means Business Using Linux at Lectra Systemes
by Pierre Ficheux
Novice to Novice
A 10-Minute Guide for Using PPP to Connect Linux to the Internet
by Terry Dawson
od—The Oddest Little Text Utility Around
by Randy Zack
Indexing Texts with SMART
by Hans Paijmans
History of the Portable Network Graphics (PNG) Format
by Greg Roelofs
Best of Tech Support
by Gena Shurtleff
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