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Welcome to the New LinuxJournal.com

You may have noticed something different about LinuxJournal.com today.

I am very pleased to share our newly redesigned site with you, and I'd like to tell you a little bit about some of the new features. I hope you'll take the time to register, if you have not already, so that you may take advantage of all of the new features we have added and will continue to add. more>>

Here Comes IPv6... Guess Who is Not Ready

In about 100 days, the United States Federal Government will be required to be running large portions of their systems on IPv6. Now, for the few non-technical in the crowd, it means that the address your PC uses to connect to the Internet, in most cases, is IPv4. more>>

Read Source Code the HTML Way

Cross-reference and convert source code to HTML for easy viewing. more>>

Faster Web Applications with SCGI

Speed up your Web applications with SCGI. more>>

Validate an E-Mail Address with PHP, the Right Way

Develop a working PHP function to validate e-mail addresses. more>>

Four Cool Ajax Plugins for WordPress

Here is how to install and use four dynamite plugins for the WordPress content management system. more>>

Cooking with Linux - When Ajax Held the World on His Shoulders

If the ancient Greeks had created open-source Web applications, would they have used Ajax...or maybe Atlas? more>>

Work the Shell - Displaying Image Directories in Apache, Part II

Get the Apache images in thumbnails by putting everything in a for loop. more>>

Work the Shell - Analyzing Your Search Keywords

Screen the unwanted results out of your access log searches. more>>

Work the Shell - How Do People Find You on Google?

Getting back to Apache log analysis by ending with a cliffhanger. more>>

Work the Shell - Breaking Numbers Down

A kilo of information on how to represent even giga numbers in a mega-useful way. more>>

Work the Shell - Analyzing Log Files

Ever wondered what your Web server is doing, but find that you don't have a stats or analytics package installed? In fact, analyzing log files is a perfect task for the Linux command line and, by extension, shell scripts too. more>>

Migrating to Drupal

Why and how the Planetizen Web site migrated to the Drupal infrastructure for communities. more>>

Work the Shell - Analyzing Log Files Redux

If you want an easy way to calculate the amount of data transferred from a log file, you can always look awk-ward. more>>
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