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Magazine articles on Linux.
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Linux Journal
July 2000
Steve Mann
A GNU/Linux Wristwatch Videophone This fully functioning prototype, designed and built by Steve Mann in 1998, was demonstrated in 1999 and later used to deliver a videoconference at ISSCC 2000. mark for My Articles 1 similar article
Linux Journal
July 2000
Robert Dobozy
Product Review: Medusa DS9 Security System Imagine a perfectly secured Linux box. Now imagine a new bug in Sendmail or ftpd, hundreds of relatively unknown users using many better- or worse-written setuid programs. Hmmm. Can you sleep well? I have something for you. Its name is Medusa DS9. It's not perfect, but it is a very interesting piece of software. mark for My Articles 1 similar article
Linux Journal
July 2000
Best of Technical Support Configuring ipchains; PPP Networking; Recovery after Partitioning; Removing Another OS; Film and Video; Permission to Change; Missing Host Key?; Sender Not Receiving; SCSI and Mounting CD-ROMs mark for My Articles 406 similar articles
Linux Journal
July 2000
Enrique Canessa & Clement Onime
Low-Bandwidth Communication Tools for Science No access to the Internet? Browse the Web via e-mail instead! Off-line browsing via web-to-e-mail servers such as www4mail is still a reality from remote areas of the world, and most likely will remain so, as the number of Internet users is expected to double by the year 2005. mark for My Articles 58 similar articles
Linux Journal
July 2000
Harvey Friedman
Book Review: Linux Administration: A Beginner's Guide by Steve Shah. Although it does have ``beginner'' in the title, this is not a book for someone entirely new to computers. Rather, it was written for one who might have prior experience as systems administrator for another computer system, and is finally ready to try Linux. mark for My Articles 703 similar articles
Linux Journal
July 2000
Patrick P. Murphy
AIPS and Linux: A Historical Reminiscence The Astronomical Image Processing System looks at the sky using the radio wave section of the electromagnetic spectrum. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
June 15, 2000
Dan Orzech
Bidding on Linux The Linux operating system is hot. It's cheap. And it works. But can you run your company on it? mark for My Articles 1073 similar articles
June 7, 2000
Lance Spitzner
Know Your Enemy: A Forensic Analysis A study of an attack on a system. Instead of focusing on the tools and tactics used, he focuses on how he learned what happened and pieced the information together. The purpose is to give you the forensic skills necessary to analyze and learn the threats your organization faces... mark for My Articles 91 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
June 2000
Michael Cowpland
Linux in Education Even those with a remote connection to the computer world will likely have heard of something called Linux. The value and application of the technology is being hotly debated among computer developers and industry insiders.... mark for My Articles 1952 similar articles
Linux Journal
June 1, 2000
Rolf Krogstad
Mission-Critical Application on Linux This company converted to a Linux server for its Oracle database and increased operation speeds eightfold. mark for My Articles 753 similar articles
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