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June 2000 Issue of Linux Magazine now Online

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JUNE 2000 ISSUE: TABLE OF CONTENTS

FEATURES
XFree86 Contents X Grows Up
XFree86 4.0 is Here and Linux is Never Going to Be the Same
by Jason Perlow
It's faster. It handles fonts better. It has better 3D support and every graphics-board manufacturer is writing drivers for it. XFree86 4.0 is finally here. We tell you what it delivers and show you how to install it.
Top 100 opener/Contents Top 100 Linux Web Sites
100 Linux Sites You'll Want to Bookmark
by Linux Magazine Editors
There are a lot of great Linux Web sites out there, but a few of them rise above the crowd. Whether you're looking for the latest software or a Linux-related job, these are the sites you'll want to check out.
Maddog Hall/Contents The Watchdog
Jon "Maddog" Hall is the Conscience of Linux
by Robert McMillan
Jon "Maddog" Hall is the guy that companies like IBM and HP go to when they want to find out how to do the right thing by the Linux community. Hey, with a name like Maddog, they sure don't want to get on his bad side...
DVD Contents The DVD Controversy
Why DeCSS Matters
by Sam Williams
There's some bad blood brewing between the hacker community and Hollywood. But the DeCSS issue is only the opening salvo in a much bigger war.
DEPARTMENTS

Newbies

by Adam Goodman
A Tour of the Linux Filesystem

In the Trenches

by Lou Grinzo
Revenge of the Barbarians

On the Desktop

by Jason Perlow
Printing Complex Documents with Ghostscript

Guru Guidance

by AEleen Frisch
Securing Linux with PAM

Gearheads Only

by Paul "Rusty" Russell
Writing a Module For netfilter

Perl Of Wisdom

by Randal L. Schwartz
Moving Your News Service

Tech Support

by Gaylen Brown
Changing File Permissions and Adding a Zip Drive

Tip Pack

Tips and Tricks with GNOME
PRODUCT REVIEWS

Getting Virtual with VMware 2.0

NEdit 5.1.1 Makes Editing Nice

GigaDrive 20: At Your Service

Yamaha's Killer CRW8424 CD-RW Drive

Blender 3.0: Blending 3D with Linux

REPORT FROM THE FRONT
ZONKER'S PRODUCT PICKS
PUBLISHER'S STATEMENT
Standard Practice, by Adam Goodman