Linux Journal Contents #61, May 1999

Linux Journal Issue #61/May 1999

Focus

Features

Reviews

Forum

  • An Overview of Intel's MMX Technology  by Ariel Ortiz Ramirez
    An introduction to MMX and how to take advantage of its capabilities in your program.
  • Troll Tech's QPL  by Craig Knudsen
    A look at the new Qt public license and the effects it may have on software development for KDE and GNOME.
  • Creat: An Embedded Systems Project  by Nick Bailey
    CREAT is a tool set for teaching embedded systems. In designing it, Mr. Bailey wanted it to be useful for real problems, cheap enough to build on the pittance which is an undergraduate's project budget, and totally open and accessible to the curious.

Columns

  • Linux Means Business   Upgrading Linux Over the Internet  by Daniel Dee and Dale Nielsen
    Upgrading Linux Over the Internet A real life experience in remote upgrading of a Linux PC across the Pacific Ocean.
  • Focus on Software  by David A. Bandel
  • The Cutting Edge   LiS: Linux STREAMS  by Fransisco Ballesteros, Denis Froschauer, David Grothe and
  • System Administration   Adding Features to Dial-Up PPP Service  by Lindsay Haisley
    Adding Features to Dial-Up PPP Service Mr. Haisley provides some PPP customization scripts for web hosting services.
  • Linux Apprentice   A Toolbox for the X User  by Christoph Dalitz
    A Toolbox for the X User An introduction to several small graphical tools for the daily work of system administration.
  • At the Forge   Reading E-mail Via the Web  by Reuven M. Lerner
    Reading E-mail Via the Web How to write your own program to read and send mail to any server on the Internet.

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