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A Brief Introduction to XTide

David Flater Issue #32, December 1996 This article introduces a program that produces output in text mode, graphics and Java. Besides all that, XTide is both useful and fun. XTide is free software for predicting tides. If you live on the water, then you’re already convinced that it’s the coolest program ever written. But if you’re stuck inland, like 99% ...

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Finding Linux Software

Erik Troan Issue #24, April 1996 There is a treasure trove of software for Linux just waiting for you to download it from the Internet or copy it from a CD-ROM. However, you may need to keep an open mind to recognize a treasure when you see it. One of the most popular questions asked throughout the comp.os.linux Usenet hierarchy ...

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