Linux Journal Contents #85, May 2001
Focus: Training and Certification
by Richard Vernon
Training Digital Divide Warriors
by Ana Maria Harkins
The skinny on training techno missionaries.
An Accurate Assesment?
by Richard Morgan
A review of the LPIC process.
Why Be Certified?
by Tobin Maginnis
The value of certification.
Using Python to Query MySQL over the Net
by Mihai Bisca
Use Python to upgrade your site's search.
MOSIX: A Cluster Load-Balancing Solution for Linux
by Ibrahim F. Haddad and Evangeline Paquin
A clustered Linux telecom-grade internet server.
by Ralph Krause
The Apache Toolbox simplifies installation and configuration of the Apache web server.
Boot with GRUB
by Wayne Marshall
Run multiple OSes with free GRUB.
Take Command An Introduction to DNS and DNS Tools
by Neil Anuskiewicz
Kernel Korner Linux Teleconferencing: Improving the Wireless Network
by Izzet Agoren
At the Forge JavaServer Pages
by Reuven M. Lerner
Cooking with Linux Fly Me to the Wine Cellar
by Marcel Gagné
Paranoid Penguin Checking Your Work with Scanners, Part I (of II): nmap
by Mick Bauer
Focus on Software
by David Bandel
Linux for Suits
Adjusting to Life in the Bazaar
by Doc Searls
Focus on Embedded Systems
The embedded side of LinuxWorld
by Rick Lehrbaum
Games Penguins Play
SimCity 3000 Unlimited for Linux
by Neil Doane
A call to action
by Leslie Proctor
The PC Weasel 2000
by Jon Valesh
Core Python Programming
by Michael Baxter
Professional Linux Programming
by Stephanie Black
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