Linux Journal Contents #65, September 1999
Cooking with Linux
by Marjorie Richardson
Cooking with Linux —The French Connection
by Marcel Gagné
Mr. Gagné provides us with several recipes from his famed French kitchen.
Natural Selection in a Linux Universe
by Travis Metcalfe and Ed Nather
Astronomers at the University of Texas-Austin are using the ideas of Charles Darwin to learn about the interior of white dwarf stars—using a minimal parallel Linux cluster tailored specifically to their application.
Multilink PPP: One Big Virtual WAN Pipe
by George E. Conant
MLPPP gives network managers the power to deliver WAN bandwidth on demand using an array of services.
by Larry Hoff
Extending Netscape's ability to handle additional file formats.
Open Source with Applix
by Craig Knudsen
Linux Distributions Comparison
Caldera's Ransom Love
by Marjorie Richardson
Multicast: From Theory to Practice
by Juan-Mariano de Goyeneche
Broadcasting over the Internet—a look at developing applications for this new technology.
The 19th Century Meets the 21st
by Paul Murphy
Mr. Murphy describes how he set up DSL service for the old Brooklyn apartment where he lives.
Kernel Korner Supporting Multiple Kernel Versions
by Tony Wildish
Supporting Multiple Kernel Versions Expect scripts to help you support multiple versions of the kernel across different platforms.
Focus on Software
by David A. Bandel
At the Forge Dynamic Graphics
by Reuven M. Lerner
Dynamic Graphics Generating graphics, charts and graphs for your web site is easy following Mr. Lerner's instructions.
The Cutting Edge Voice-Over IP for Linux
by Greg Herlein and Ed Okerson
Voice-Over IP for Linux Make your long-distance calls over the Internet using this new technology for Linux.
cron: Job Scheduler
by Michael S. Keller
Red Hat 6.0
by Jason Kroll
ApplixWare 4.4.1 for Linux
by Dean M. Staff
Linux Device Drivers
by Mark Bishop
by Bill Cunningham
More Letters to the Editor
Penguin's Progress: The New Building Trade
Best of Technical Support
by Joseph Pranevich
A trip down gaming's memory lane with an enthusiastic, long-time player.
Remotely Monitoring a Satellite Instrument
by Guy Beaver
How a small aerospace company uses Linux to remotely monitor the performance of a satellite instrument.
First UNIX/Linux National Competition held in Ljubljana
by Primoz Peterlin and Ales Kosir
A look at the questions and answers for a contest to find Linux solutions to common problems.
Linux Apprentice: Filters
by Paul Dunne
This article is about filtering, a very powerful facility available to every Linux user, but one which migrants from other operating systems may find new and unusual.
The Unified Modeling Language User Guide
by Geoff Glasson
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- Petros Koutoupis' RapidDisk
- The Italian Army Switches to LibreOffice
- ServersCheck's Thermal Imaging Camera Sensor
- Linux Mint 18
- Oracle vs. Google: Round 2
- The FBI and the Mozilla Foundation Lock Horns over Known Security Hole
- Varnish Software's Varnish Massive Storage Engine
- Privacy and the New Math
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