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Linux Journal Issue #67/November 1999


Databases  by Marjorie Richardson


Creating a Client-Server Database System with Windows 95 and Linux  by Liu Kwong Ip
Here's the way to develop a dial-on-demand database cluster in Linux.
Using Java Servlets with Database Connectivity  by Bruce McDonald
The persistent nature of Java servlets makes them ideal for database/web technology. Mr. McDonald takes a look at using servlets with PostgreSQL and JDBC.
Open Database Connectivity  by Peter Harvey
Mr. Harvey describes the ODBC open specification for application developers.
MySQL Introduction  by David Axmark and Michael Widenius
A look at the MySQL database—where it's been, where it is now, and where it's going.
Oracle Database Administration on Linux with ORAC-DBA  by Kevin Kitts
Database Administration got you down? Here's a tool to help you out.


Performance Comparison  by Tim Newman
A look at computational performance for an appoication running on an x86 CPU with Linux and Windows 95/98/NT, and how they compare.
PHP version 4  by Craig Knudsen
This personal tool to a popular Apache module is now in version 4 beta.
Linus Torvalds  by Marjorie Richardson
A conversation with the man himself.


ICP vortex GDT RAID Controllers  by Eric Green
DB2 v5.2 for Linux  by John Kacur
CodeWizard for Linux  by Ben Crowder
VA Linux Workstation VArStation XMP  by Jason Kroll
MySQL and mSQL  by Reuven M. Lerner


System Administration   EMU—Event Management Utility  by Jarra Voleynik and Anna Voleynik
The authors present a freely available tool for monitoring enterprise systems through simplicity toward complexity.
At the Forge   Working with LWP  by Reuven M. Lerner
Focus on Software   Focus on Software  by David A. Bandel


More Letters
Penguin's Progress: Hacking an Industry  by Doc Searls
Best of Technical Support  
New Products  

Strictly On-Line

NoSQL Tutorial  by Giuseppe Paterno
A comprehensive look at the NoSQL database.
Interfacing Relational Databases to the Web  by Will Benton
This document explains how to build a database-backed web site using Apache, the php3 module and the PostgreSQL relational database.
Automating IP Host Data Collection on a LAN  by Joe Nasal
Using Linux and the ACEDB database system makes easy work of local area network management.
Buy One, Get One Free  by R. Scott Gray, Luke Pargiter and Phil Pfeiffer
Configuring Linux as a dual-purpose user environment.
Linux in the Tropics  by Rodrigo Bernardo Pimentel
Linux is flourishing in Brazil. There is a Brazilian distribution, several high-traffic mailing lists, articles on mainstream newspapers and many users. Now, they have their first Linux User's Association.
Mastering Linux  by Bob van der Poel
Linux Configuration & Installation, 4th Ed.  by Bob van der Poel
A book review.
How to Install and Configure Oracle on Linux  by Greg Flannery
A step by step demonstration of the Oracle installation process.
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