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Dialog: An Introductory Tutorial

Jeff Tranter Issue #5, September 1994 Linux is based on the Unix operating system, but also features a number of unique and useful kernel features and application programs that often go beyond what is available under Unix. One little-known gem is “dialog”, a utility for creating professional-looking dialog boxes from within shell scripts. This article presents a tutorial introduction to ...

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Frank B. Brokken K. Kubat Issue #1, March 1994 In this first part of a three part article, Frank and Karel explore their motivation for writing a new programming “make tool”, the organization of the system itself and where you can get a copy. Part 2 of the article will cover the icmake grammar and the final part will show ...

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