The Complete Linux Magazine Archive

Linux Magazine DVD: November 2010

Article from Issue 120/2010

The Linux Magazine archive DVD included with this issue contains the complete history of Linux Magazine.

Browse through the years of Linux an issue at a time. Remember important events, catch up with old columnists from the past, and check out the best work of current columnists, like Zack Brown, Mike Schilli, and Klaus Knopper. In every issue, you’ll find smart solutions, great ideas, and all the intriguing open source tools you’ve come to expect from Linux Magazine.

Buy this article as PDF

Express-Checkout as PDF
Price $2.95
(incl. VAT)

Buy Linux Magazine

Get it on Google Play

US / Canada

Get it on Google Play

UK / Australia

Related content

  • May 2013: DVD Inlay
  • On the DVD: 12 Years of Linux

    If you’re new to this magazine, take a tour and let’s get acquainted. If you’re a long-time reader, now is your chance to find that issue or article you missed. The DVD attached to this issue comes with the latest edition of the Linux Magazine archive – 149 issues of technical Linux, spanning a history of more than 12 years. All the tips, all the apps, all the hacks …. If it matters to the open source community, chances are we’ve documented it somewhere. You’ll find in-depth articles on important tools such as Drupal, Apache, Nagios, Tripwire, and Samba. Or discover a lesser known tool that might be just what you need for a problem you’re facing right now. Build a deeper understanding of Linux by reading the complete history of Klaus Knopper’s troubleshooting advice, and chart the story of the Linux kernel through Zack’s Kernel News.

  • Evince

    Evince is quickly becoming Gnome’s standard viewer for PDF and other document formats.

  • Index Search with Lucene

    Even state-of-the-art computers need to use clever methods to process ever-increasing amounts of document data. The open source Lucene framework uses inverted indexing for fast searches of document collections.

  • PDF Readers

    The creator of the PDF format, Adobe, has released Adobe Reader 8.1. Does the proprietary display program offer more than free software alternatives Xpdf and Evince?

comments powered by Disqus

Direct Download

Read full article as PDF:

015-015_DVD.pdf (3.26 MB)