Issue #58 / Sep 2005
Cover Theme: Go Mobile!
DVD: Debian GNU/Linux 3.1 r0a ‘sarge’
NEWS: MAC MYSTERIESDear Linux Magazine Reader, Quiet waves of trepidation have rippled through the Linux community since Apple’s very i......
NEWS: LINUX WORLD NEWSNATIVE OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE FOR CAMBODIA ONE MILLION LINUX LAPTOPS FOR BRAZILIAN PUPILS WITH LINUX, SOLAR AND PEDAL......
COVER STORY: Go_Mobile_Intro.pdfPractical Tools for the Traveler
The telecommunications industry has invested billions over the years in the global mobile phone network – an impres......
COVER STORY: GPRS in LinuxMobile Internet access with GPRS
Permanent mobile Internet access might sound like a nightmare for some, but for others it is a dream come true. All you need is Linux and a fairly recent mobile phone.
COVER STORY: Gammu and WammuManaging your mobile phone with Gammu and Wammu
The command line tool Gammu reads and modifies phone books, calendars or mobile phone settings . The GUI-based Wammu tool gives users a convenient front-end for some of the most critical functions.
COVER STORY: SCPMManaging network configurations with Suse’s SCPM
SCPM lets you switch your network configuration when your portable moves to a different network. Read on to learn more about deploying the SCPM profile manager with Suse Linux.
REVIEWS: BooksDon’t Click on the Blue e! Optimizing Linux Performance MYSQL in a Nutshell...
REVIEWS: Debian 3.1 sargeExploring the long-awaited Debian 3.1 sarge
Debian developers coded, talked, and postponed deadlines for 35 months until Debian 3.1, alias Sarge, finally saw the light of the Linux day. The list of new features is impressive, including a new installer and many state of the art technologies.
REVIEWS: Ubuntu Notebook: HP NC4200The HP Compaq NC4200 with Ubuntu Linux
Linux often requires several kernel patches, or even Windows drivers, to work properly on a portable computer. HP originally intended to market their NC4200 notebook with Ubuntu, so they went the extra mile to get the system working with Linux.
Vendor D-Wave scores big with a sale to NASA's Quantum Intelligence Lab.
Many package updates and Steam integration highlight the latest from the Mandriva-based community Linux.
Richard Stallman calls for the W3C to remain independent of vendor interests.
The new release supports nine architectures, 73 human languages, and zero non-Free components.
Fedora developers release the first alpha version of Fedora 19, known as Schrödinger’s Cat, for general testing. The final release is expected in July 2013.
ack is a grep-like, command-line tool that has been optimized for programmers to search large trees of source code.
New features in SUSE Studio 1.3 include enhanced cloud integration, VM platform support, and lifecycle management.
The Linux Foundation recently announced that the Xen Project is becoming a Linux Foundation Collaborative Project.
Open source version of LiveCode is now available for developing apps, games, and utilities for all major platforms.
OpenDaylight is an open source software-defined networking project committed to furthering adoption of SDN and accelerating innovation in a vendor-neutral and open environment.