Linux Journal Issue #71/March 2000
- Linux Training by Marjorie Richardson
- A Web-Based Linux Training Course by Dr. Giovanni A. Orlando
- The president of Future Technologies describes his FTLinux Course training program for Linux.
- Technology Training: Trends for the 21st Century by Brian Holt
- A look at how training courses will be taught in the future.
- Jim Higgins, Caldera Training by Marjorie Richardson
- What's happening in the Education Department at Caldera Systems? Read on...
- Instructor-Led Training by Marty Ferguson
- Training is a sound investment networked to future growth.
- Simplified Wrapper and Interface Generator by Wael Hassan
- This article introduces the uses and advantages of SWIG.
- Using Apache Proxy to Suppress Banner Ads by Raj Mathur
- If you find Internet advertising annoying, time wasting and resource consuming, get rid of it.
- Home Entertainment Linux MP3 Player by Goran Devic
- Here's a way to store your CDs and tapes away forever, while still enjoying the music.
- Linux DVD Update by Craig Knudsen
- Watching movies is a favorite leisure-time activity for many people. Today you can watch movies on your laptop computer as well as your TV screen. But can you do it with Linux?
- Linux and IBM PowerPCs by Daniel Lazenby
- If you have an RS6000, you could be running Linux.
- Update on LPI Certification for Linux Professionals by Dan York
- Need to be Linux certified to get that dream job? The LPI provides the means to obtain certification.
- Validation of Linux Certification by Rick Hynum
- Mr. Hynum talks to Tobin Maginnis of Sair Linux about his certification and training program.
- Velocis Beta-3.0 Database Server by Avygdor Moise
- XESS Spreadsheet for Linux, Standard Edition by Jason Kroll
- Netwinder Office Server by Jason Kroll
- ProConnect by Ralph Krause
- Oracle Database Administration by Charles Curley
- Using Caldera Open Linux: Special Edition by Ben Crowder
- Linux System Administration by Paul Almquist
- Learning Debian GNU/Linux by Marjorie Richardson
- Linux Apprentice: Shell Functions and Path Variables Part 1 A description of a set of shell utilities to simplify the maintenance of your path variables. by
- Take Command Sending Files by E-mail by Marjorie Richardson
- When it's time to send those source files to your project leader, Linux has the commands you need.
- System Administration Account Administration for K12 School Systems by Steve Tonnesen
- Taking care of computers in schools can present special problems, this program solves them.
- Kernel Korner The Linux Process Model by Moshe Bar
- A look at the fundamental building blocks of the Linux kernel.
- Cooking with Linux Fun Educational Morsels, Linux-Style by Marcel Gagné
- At the Forge Consumer Rankings by Reuven M. Lerner
- Linux in Education: Linux Goes to Algebra Class by Gail Fultz
- The Cutting Edge Moving to SMP by Michael S. Keller
- Wondering about multiprocessing? Think it might be fun? For one man's experience with setting up SMP, read on.
- Focus on Software by David A. Bandel
- Embedded Systems News Briefs by Rick Lehrbaum
- The Last Word by Stan Kelly-Bootle
- More Letters
- From the Publisher April 2000 by Phil Hughes
- Penguin's Progress: Teaching Linux by Peter H. Salus
- Linux for Suits Canon Fodder by Doc Searls
- Best of Technical Support
- New Products
- Network Monitoring with Linux by Tristan Greaves
- Are you having trouble keeping your network under control? Here is an introduction to NOCOL: the freeware network monitoring system which will help you keep instability at bay.
- An Introduction to Using Linux as a Multipurpose Firewall by Jeff Regan
- Feeling insecure? Here's a guide for getting the protection you need.
- LUIGUI—Linux/UNIX Independent Group for Usability Info by Randy Jay Yarger
- A new Linux group has been formed to look at user interfaces to help formulate a standard in an effort to ease the way for Linux to move onto the desktop.
- Unix Shells by Example by Ben Crowder
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