Linux Journal Contents #42, October 1997
Literate Programming Using Noweb
by Andrew Johnson and Brad Johnson
An introduction to Noweb, a tool designed to aid the programmer in producing understandable and easy to maintain code.
Remote Procedure Calls in Linux
by Ed Petron
An introduction to this vital software development technique.
Xmotd: Writing Free Software
by Luis Fernandes
This message-of-the-day browser was written to ease the burden of the local system administrator.
Portability and Power with the F Programming Language
by Walt Brainerd, David Epstein and Dick Hendrickson
The authors combine over forty years of language-design committee experience to create the world's most portable, yet efficient, powerful, yet simple programming language.
News & Articles
Setting up a SPARCstation
by John Little
LJ Interviews Thomas Roell
by Marjorie Richardson
PostScript: The Forgotten Art of Programming
by Hans DeVreught
Linux and the Alpha
by David Mosberger
Product Review SpellCaster DataCommute/BRI ISDN Adaptor
by Jay Painter
Book Review Internet Programming with Python
by Dwight Johnson
Book Review Unix Programming Tools
by Andrew L. Johnson
Book Review Advanced Programming in the Unix Environment
by David Bausum
Book Review Apache: The Definitive Guide
by Luca Cott Ramusino
Linux as an Internet Kiosk
by Kevin McCormick
At the Forge Integrating SQL with CGI, Part 1
by Reuven Lerner
Letters to the Editor
From the Publisher
Internet Changes/Linux Changes
by Phil Hughes
Stop the Presses
What Price High-Performance I/O?
by Phil Hughes
DDD—The Data Display Debugger
by Shay Rojansky
by Patrick Hill
Linux Means Business
by Ted Kenney
Pgfs: The PostGres File System
by Brian Bartholomew
Kernel-Level Exception Handling
by Joerg Pommnitz
The Dotfile Generator
by Jesper K Pedersen
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