Linux Gazette #43 (July 1999) available

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Linux Gazette issue #43, July 1999, is out and can be found

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Topics in this issue include:

  • The Front Page
  • The MailBag
    • Help Wanted & Article Ideas
    • General Mail
  • News Bytes
    • News in General
    • Software Announcements
  • The Answer Guy, by James T. Dennis
  • More 2 Cent Tips
  • PLIP: Laplink Cable Install of Debian 2.1, by Bill Bennet
  • An xdm Session, by Chris Carlson
  • Getting Involved in Open Source, by Andrew Feinberg
  • Better Web Page Design Under Linux, by Chris Gibbs
  • Graphics Muse, by Michael J. Hammel
  • Into the Belly of the Beast, by Norman M. Jacobowitz (About
    Eric S. Raymond’s talk at Microsoft.)
  • XFce3: Now 100% Free Software!, by Norman M. Jacobowitz
  • Mark’s Kickstart Examples, by Mark Nielsen
  • Configuring XDM — a graphical login interface for Linux or
    UNIX, by Mark Nielsen
  • Syslog-ng, by Balazs Scheidler
  • Artificial Intelligence on Linux, by Anderson Silva
  • IP MASQ Setup with Ipchains Quick Start, by Terry Hendrix and
    Anderson Silva
  • Using Linux to Teach Kids How to Program, by Anderson
  • Setting Up Mail for a Home Network Using Exim (revised), by Jan
  • Creating A Linux Certification Program, Part 6, by Dan
  • New Release Reviews, by Larry Ayers
    • AbiWord’s Potential
  • The Back Page
    • About This Month’s Authors
    • Not Linux

Read all about it in Linux Gazette.