Linux Journal Issue #70/February 2000
- Linux on the Desktop by Marjorie Richardson
- KDE—The Next Generation by Kalle Dalheimer
- Ready to jazz up your KDE desktop—get KDE 2.0.
- GNOME, Its State and Future by George Lebl, Elliot Lee and Miguel de Icaza
- The GNOME team bring us up-to-date on the progress of this popular desktop environment.
- Artists' Guide to the Linux Desktop, Part 1 by Michael J. Hammel
- The first in a series by our favorite artist to take a look at the most commonly used window managers.
- Office Wars: Applixware and StarOffice by Jason Kroll
- Office suites are the mainstay application for any OS; Linux has two competing for your business.
- LaTeX for Secretaries by Jacek Artymiak
- How to survive without Microsoft Word.
- Matlab—A Tool for Doing Numerics by Tobias Vancura
- An introduction to a command-line program for matrix manipulation.
- Remind: The Ultimate Personal Calendar by David F. Skoll
- If you have trouble remembering where you are going, this clever program can help you find your way.
- LinuxPPC 1999 by Stephane Morvan
- How to install Linux on your Power Macintosh to gain a robust alternative to the MacOS.
- Open Source/Open Science 1999 by Stephen Adler
- Mr. Adler tells us about a first-of-its-kind conference.
- Profile: TiVo by Craig Knudsen
- The ultimate in recording television programs, TiVo is a set-top box that does everything for you.
- CommuniGate Pro Mail Server by Scott Wegener
- Code Fusion Version 1.0 by Daniel Lazenby
- Teach Yourself StarOffice 5 for Linux in 24 Hours by Ben Crowder
- The No B.S. Guide to Red Hat Linux 6 by Harvey Friedman
- LINUX to go by Marjorie Richardson
- StarOffice for Dummies by Sid Wentworth
- Linux Apprentice: SCSI—Small Computer System Interface Successfully installing a SCSI device on a PC. by Keith de Solla
- Take Command HFS utilities by Marjorie Richardson
- Data on Macintosh disks can be read into Linux quite easily with this tool package.
- Linux Means Business Using Linux at the Aging Research Centre by Jason Neudorf and Steven A. Garan
- Come up to the lab and see what's on the slab—I mean, slide.
- System Administration Mark's Mega Multi-Boot Computer by Mark Nielsen
- Mark talks about his crazy multi-boot computer, which does have some practical value.
- Kernel Korner : Linux 2.4 Spotlight: ISA Plug and Play by Joseph Pranevich
- If you are tired of the complexity of configuring PnP devices for Linux, you can look forward to some relief from the 2.4 kernel release.
- Linux Gazette: Emacs Macros and the Power-Macros Package Writing Emacs macros doesn't have to be hard—Mr. Pedersen helps you get “more power”.
by Jesper Pedersen
- Cooking with Linux Tasty KDE Desktop Themes by Marcel Gagné
- At the Forge More About Searching by Reuven M. Lerner
- Focus on Software by David A. Bandel
- The Last Word by Stan Kelly-Bootle
- More Letters
- Penguin's Progress: Desktops of the Future by Peter Salus
- Linux for Suits by Doc Searls
- Best of Technical Support
- New Products
- T/TCP: TCP for Transactions by Mark Stacey, Ivan Griffin and John Nelson
- A discussion of the operation, advantages and flaws of an experimental extension for the TCP protocol.
- POSIX Thread Libraries by Felix Garcia and Javier Fernandez
- The authors have studied five libraries which can be used for multi-thread applications and herein present the results.
- Linux and Open-Source Applications by Peter Jones and M. B. Jorgenson
- The building blocks for a secure and trustworthy computer platform.
- Laptops for Linux! by Jason Kroll
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