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Linux Makes The Big Leagues

Sam Williams Issue #44, December 1997 This report on the HP conference freatures the announcement by Hewlett Packard of a port of MkLinux to its HP PA-RISC machines. It may seem odd to be reading about an HP conference in Linux Journal. The fact of the matter is that interest in Linux is growing world wide. Many hardware vendors are ...

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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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CeBIT ’97

Belinda Frasier Issue #39, July 1997 A report from Germany on the world’s largest computer fair. CeBIT is the world’s largest computer fair, bringing together vendors and attendees from many different countries. If you picture landscaped fairgrounds with 27 halls for vendors and even more auxiliary buildings with stores and restaurants and then add 650,000 people to the picture, all ...

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Programming with the XForms Library

Thor Sigvaldason Issue #39, July 1997 The XForms home page calls XForms “a GUI toolkit based on Xlib for the X Window System. It features a rich set of objects, such as buttons, sliders, and menus, etc., integrated into an easy and efficient object/event callback execution model that allows fast and easy construction of X applications.” With this first of ...

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Python Update

Andrew Kuchling Issue #37, May 1997 Python has evolved since we last had an article on it. Andrew Kuchling brings us up to date in this article, and we invite readers to submit suggestions for Python topics Andrew might cover in future issues of Linux Journal. What’s been happening to Python since J. Bauer’s article in Linux Journal #35? Like ...

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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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Internet Servers in Perl

Mike Mull Issue #37, May 1997 In a sequel to his “Perl and Sockets” article in the March 1997 issue of Linux Journal, Mike Mull demonstrates how Perl can be used for the server end of a socket connection. In my previous article in Issue #35 of Linux Journal, I wrote about the socket library functions in Perl with an ...

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Tcl/Tk with C for Image Processing

Siome K. Goldenstein Issue #37, May 1997 See how to use a mix of Tcl, Tk, and C to make image manipulation both easy and efficient. To start an implementation in C from scratch for an image processing (or manipulation) program is a difficult task. It is necessary not only to develop an internal data structure, but also to write ...

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Interview: Caldera’s Bryan Sparks

Phil Hughes Issue #33, January 1997 Where does Caldera go next? LJ Interviewed their President and CEO Bryan Sparks to find out. I had an opportunity to talk to Bryan Sparks at the Unix Expo trade show in New York on October 9. In the past, Caldera has offered a different sort of Linux to the market—one aimed at the ...

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LJ Interviews Larry Gritz

Amy Wood Issue #31, November 1996 A Techmical Director of Toy Story gives us the scoop from Pixar Studios. Amy Wood, the graphics/layout artist for Linux Journal interviewed Larry Gritz of Pixar Animation Studios on August 16. AmyI understand that you were a Technical Director for the latest great animation feature film, Toy Story. Can you tell us what you ...

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