Linux Journal Issue #139/November 2005
- Controlling a Pinball Machine Using Linux by John R. Bork
- The mechanical parts are bulletproof, but the 1980s electronics are beyond repair. Embedded Linux to the rescue.
- Radio's Next Generation: Radii by Dan Rasmussen, Paul D. Norton and Jon Morgan
- Hours of commercial-free programs, your favorite music and you might even catch Doc Searls. Bring Internet radio to your regular listening spot.
- The Ultimate Linux Lunchbox by Ron Minnich
- It fits under an airplane seat and uses a laptop power supply. No, not a laptop—a 16-node Beowulf cluster in a box.
- 2005 Linux Journal Readers' Choice Awards by LJ Staff
- Your favorite distribution is what? This year, maybe the rest of the readers finally agree with you.
- Echo and Soft VoIP PBX Systems by David Mandelstam
- An old problem for long-distance lines is back for the Internet. Fortunately, today we have better tools to deal with it.
- Simple Linux IP Repeaters to Extend HomePlug Range by Francisco J. González-Castaño, Pedro S. Rodríguez-Hernández, Felipe J. Gil-Castiñeira, Miguel Rodelgo-Lacruz
and José Valero-Alonso
- Increase the range and functionality of your power-line network with an embedded Linux device that helps connect distant nodes.
- At the Forge Rails and Databases by Reuven M. Lerner
- Kernel Korner Intro to inotify by Robert Love
- Cooking with Linux Hack the Net? No, NetHack. by Marcel Gagné
- Paranoid Penguin Two-Factor Authentication by Corey Steele
- Linux for Suits Dialogue with Don by Doc Searls
- EOF The Hardware Hacking behind the Software Radio by Dan Rasmussen, Paul Norton and Jon Morgan
- Happy Hacking Keyboard Pro by Steve R. Hastings
- Linux Quick Fix Notebook by Brian Warshawsky
- From the Editor
- New Products
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