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September 2000 Issue of Linux Magazine now Online

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September 2000 Table of Contents (Click Here)


Breaking Windows
Will a Microsoft Break Up and .Net Strategy be a Boon for Linux?
by Wendy Goldman Rohm

Are everyone's favorite Microsoft apps coming soon to a Linux box near you? Between a potential government breakup and a newly-announced .net strategy, that possibility seems more and more realistic...

The Tuxies
Linux Magazine's Editor's Choice Awards
by The Editors of Linux Magazine
The Linux market is exploding with all kinds of great new (and old) products. We decided it was time to round up our editors and pick our favorites. Here are the results.

Eazel on Down the Road
The Guys Who Made the Mac So Pretty Have Discovered Linux
by Robert McMillan
Three core members of the original Apple Macintosh team are building the next generation GUI for Linux. And reinventing the open source business model along the way.

Using DNS
You Know My Name, Look Up My Number
by Bill von Hagen
Is managing the host name and IP address information on your network getting to be a hassle? We explain configuring the Domain Name Service (DNS) in plain English.


by Bill McCarty
Installing Software Packages Part II

In the Trenches
by Bob Young
Standing on the Shoulders of Giants

On the Desktop
by Jason Perlow
Installing Helix GNOME 1.2

Guru Guidance
by AEleen Frisch
Keeping Track of What Goes On, Part I

Gearheads Only
by Dirk Hohndel
The XFree86 Architecture

Perl Of Wisdom
by Randal L. Schwartz
A Forking Parallel Link Checker

Tech Support
by Gaylen Brown
HTML Editors and E-mail Clients for Linux