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SIS Drivers Problem

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Best of Technical Support Various Issue #67, November 1999 Our experts answer your technical questions. Synchronizing Clocks I would like to know how best to synchronize the clocks of the various Linux boxes (various kernels and distributions) on my LAN. —John Morley, jmorley@grafton.demon.co.uk You should try NTP: www.eecis.udel.edu/~ntp. NTP software is included in common Linux distributions such as Red Hat. ...

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Linux-GGI Project

Andreas Beck Steffen Seeger Issue #31, November 1996 The Linux-CGI Project goals are explained—what it intends to accomplish and how it will do it. Introduction In this article, we will explain the intentions and goals of the Linux-GGI Project along with the basic concepts used by the GGI programmers to allow fast, easy to use access to graphical services, hide ...

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Linux Programming Hints (Michael K. Johnson)

Michael K. Johnson Issue #4, August 1994 In this month’s column, I said that I would give a simple screen-locking example that uses the VT, or Virtual Terminal, ioctl()’s that I documented in that column. In case you can’t remember or didn’t read last month’s column, the VT ioctl()’s allow you to specify from a user program what the kernel ...

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