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LJ Interviews LDP’s Greg Hankins

Marjorie Richardson Issue #53, September 1998 With the next Atlanta Linux Showcase (October 23-24) looming on the horizon, I decided it was time to get in touch with Greg Hankins, coordinator of the show and maintainer of the Linux Documentation Project. With the next Atlanta Linux Showcase (October 23-24) looming on the horizon, I decided it was time to get ...

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Virtual Interview with Jeremy Allison and Andrew Tridgell

John Blair Issue #50, June 1998 Author John Blair talks to two members of the Samba development team to discover some history and take a look at the future of the project. Andrew Tridgell and Jeremy Allison together have written the majority of the code in Samba, the popular SMB (Windows Networking) file server for UNIX and UNIX-like operating systems. ...

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LJ Interviews Mr. Eid Eid of Corel Computer

Marjorie Richardson Issue #48, April 1998 Mr. Eid began work for Corel Corporation in 1989 and eventually rose to the position of Vice President of Technology. In October of last year, Corel Computer Corporation announced that its newest computer, the Corel Video Network Computer, would come with the Linux operating system installed. Wanting to know more, I asked for and ...

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LJ Interviews Mike Apgar, Speakeasy Café

Marjorie Richardson Issue #45, January 1998 Speakeasy was conceived around March of 1994. The main impetus was that while the Internet was fascinating to me, I found the necessity of access only at home to be both socially debilitating and much too slow. I interviewed Mike Apgar, owner of the Speakeasy Café in Seattle, by e-mail on July 15. I ...

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LJ Interviews Larry Augustin

Marjorie Richardson Issue #44, December 1997 I did an interview with Larry Augustin, founder and President of VA Research, by e-mail on August 19, 1997.     VA Research was founded in 1993 to develop affordable workstation, server and Internet products using the Linux operating system. I did an interview with Larry Augustin, their founder and President, by e-mail on ...

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Linux Journal Interviews Robert Nation

Larry Ayers Issue #43, November 1997 Larry Ayers, author of many articles for both Linux Journal and Linux Gazette, interviews Robert Nation, the creator of FVWM and RXVT.         The Interview Robert Nation’s name crops up often in the man pages and other documentation of Linux software. He was involved in the early development of several key ...

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LJ Interviews Thomas Roell

Marjorie Richardson Issue #42, October 1997 An interview with the founder and president of XiGraphics.                     Thomas Roell is one of those multi-titled, multi-talented kind of guys. He is the Co-Founder, President and Chief Technology Officer of Xi Graphics. Mr. Roell developed the original source code for X display servers on ...

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Interview with Sameer Parekh

James T. Dennis Issue #40, August 1997 Interview with Sameer Parekh of Stronghold. Jim Dennis, “The Answer Guy” columnist for Linux Gazette, recently interviewed Sameer Parekh for Linux Journal. Sameer Parekh is the founder of C2Net Software Inc., http://www.c2.net/, the company that imports the Stronghold web server. Mr. Parekh has been active on the Internet since 1990, especially in areas ...

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LJ Interviews Przemek Klosowski

Marjorie Richardson Lydia Kinata Przemek Klosowski Issue #37, May 1997 Mr. Klosowski tells us about his users group and why it is such a success. Marjorie Richardson, Editor of Linux Journal, and Lydia Kinata, SSC Products Specialist, interviewed Przemek Klosowski, the founder of the highly successful Washington DC Linux Users Group. The interview was conducted via e-mail on January 21, ...

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An Interview with DEC

David Rusling Jon Hall Issue #37, May 1997 David Rusling and Jon “maddog” Hall talk about Digital Equipment Corporation and the porting of Linux to the 64-bit Alpha. The Alpha port of Linux actually started on two fronts, one in the Littleton, Massachusetts offices of Digital Equipment Corporation, and one on a riverboat in New Orleans, Louisiana. The first front ...

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