Linux Journal Contents #67, November 1999

Linux Journal Issue #67/November 1999




  • Performance Comparison  by Tim Newman
    A look at computational performance for an appoication running on an x86 CPU with Linux and Windows 95/98/NT, and how they compare.
  • PHP version 4  by Craig Knudsen
    This personal tool to a popular Apache module is now in version 4 beta.
  • Linus Torvalds  by Marjorie Richardson
    A conversation with the man himself.




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