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Linux Magazine Editors Archive

Linux Magazine’s Top 20 Companies to Watch in 2009
Once again -- with remarkable clarity -- we peer into our crystal ball and pick which companies in and around open source are going to grab your attention in 2009.
Top 10 Articles of 2008
As the year winds down we take one last look back at 2008 with the very best of LinuxMagazine.com writing.
Top 10 Sys Admin Articles of 2008
Collecting the best system administration articles posted to Linux Magazine in 2008.
Top 10 Software Development Articles of 2008
Software developers take note: We look back at 2008 and select the best Linux Magazine features of the year.
Linux Magazine’s Top 20 Companies to Watch in 2008
Who knows what the future will hold? Well, heaven knows we don't or we'd have already won the lottery a few times and retired to a private island somewhere. However, we can look at the past to make a few reasonable predictions-- such as the companies in the free and open source software community that are going to have a major impact on the market in 2008.
The Linux Magazine 2007 Holiday Shopping Guide
The holidays are fast approaching, and that means it's swag time, and this year there's plenty of tech goodies and geekish gifts to put on your list or buy for your friends and family. From inexpensive, but nifty, gadgets to high-dollar top-of-the-line tech, we've got a shopping list that will satisfy the most discriminating shopper.
Five Myths About Blade Servers
Since their debut in March 2001, Blade Servers have generated a ton of interest from enterprise IT departments. And a slew of misconceptions. We separate the truth from reality.
The latest news from the high-tech battlefield
Spy on spyware, GCC goes bump, and KDE is AOK.
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CPUBuilders
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Mac OS X Panther Server
Converting Joe Windows
You know Linux is easy to run and is as stable as houses. I know that, too. But does your friend Joe Windows know it? Chances are he doesn't.
Time for the Linux Desktop
I've always been, well, skeptical about the Linux desktop. Now, I use one myself, KDE on top of SuSE Linux 8, thank you very much, but then I know Linux.
Select * from Boing, Boing, Boing, Boing Order by Tomorrow
Koo, Koo, Ka-KooBox
New from HP: Mandrake
Koo, Koo, Ka-KooBox
LindowsCD: Instant Linux, just add PC
Koo, Koo, Ka-KooBox
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LindowsOS 3.0: Too Diluted
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Walmart.com $199 PC
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Celestix FV930: Awesome Appliance
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SuSE's Openexchange Server
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We're Clockin' In Two By 2.0
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Prints Softly, Carries A Full Ream
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ViewSonic's Phattest Thin Panel
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The Best of All Possible Red Hats?
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Sun LX50
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JetBrains' IntelliJ IDEA 2.6
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Orinoco's Ap-200 WAP
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HP Secure OS for Linux
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Rogue Wave SourcePro C++
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Dell PowerEdge 2650
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PowerBook G4 Titanium
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Kylix 2
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Ximian Desktop: a Good Start
Linux Bootable Business Card
What do you do when your system doesn't boot? If you happen to have disks provided by a distribution vendor, then you can probably boot from them; however, you can often only use them to reinstall the operating system, not repair your system.
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CodeWeaver CrossOver Plug-In
SpamAssassin
Welcome to our newest feature in Linux Magazine, the Project of the Month. If you've ever visited Freshmeat (http:// freshmeat.net) or SourceForge (http://sourceforge.net), the open source world's two most popular software directories, you know that there are simply too many interesting projects to keep an eye on. Each month we will highlight one open source project selected by our editors.
The HP Way: An Interview with Carly Fiorina
Linux and Open Source have become a key part of Hewlett-Packard's market strategy. HP's chairman, Carly Fiorina, tells us why.
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Sharp's Zaurus Intrigues
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InterJak 200 Connects
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ASL Marquis K-121S
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March Networks SME Server 5
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Yellow Dog Linux 2.0
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Avocent DS1800
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IBM's ThinkPad is Fast, Pricey
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Red Hat Workstation Not So Deluxe
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Power Your Site with Dell's PowerApp.web 120
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IBM Small Business Suite
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Agenda Computing VR3
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HP's Beefy NetServer E800 Shines
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Caldera's Quick Start to Linux
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Cobalt's Perfect Qube 3 Professional
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GreatBridge PostgreSQL 7.0.3
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Microlite BackupEDGE 7
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Compaq ProLiant DL320 and DL360 Servers
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NetMAX Cures Your VPN Blues
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IBM's Intellistation E Pro 3D a Winner
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Lineo's Embedix SDK 1.2: Great for PDAs
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Security for Your System
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IBM ThinkPad A20p: Linux To Go
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SGI 330 Visual Workstation Packs a Punch
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Save Code with Perforce SCCS
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Learn How to speak Beginning PHP4
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Thinhardware Model A1 and A2 Servers
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Protect Yourself with Gateway Guardian
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Getting to Know MySQL & mSQL
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Lexmark Z32 and Z52 Make Printing Easy
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Celestix Aries Server: Small and Powerful
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NeTraverse Win4Lin 1.0 Solves Format Problems
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Improve Your Desktop with KDE2
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Sysadmins, Get Inside Linux!
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Be Seen With Axis 2120 Network Camera
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WebTrends Tracks Usage Well
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SuSE 7.0 Professional Worth a Try
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3D Blaster Annihilator 2 Ultra
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Programming Perl: A Bigger, Better Camel Book
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Kondara MNU/Linux 2000: Multilingual Linux
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Corel Photo-Paint 9
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Voodoo5 5500 Video Card
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Accelerated-X Display Server 5.0.2
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Using Samba
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Seagate's Cheetah is Speedy
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InstallShield a Work in Progress
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UPSes Provide Power in a Pinch
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PartitionMagic 5.01: A Great Divide
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StarOffice 5.2 is a Stellar Suite
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PHP WebLog 0.3.0 Means Easy News
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PHP: Essentially Using Data
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ApplixWare 5.0 is Suite
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Comanche Helps Apache Serve
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Helix GNOME Preview 2
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CodeWizard 3.1 is Spellbinding
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The Dynamic DuOS Addendum
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Mandrake 7.1: The Magic is Back
The Tuxies
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.
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PartitionMagic 5.01: A Great Divide
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StarOffice 5.2 is a Stellar Suite
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PHP WebLog 0.3.0 Means Easy News
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PHP: Essentially Using Data
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Castlewood ORB Drive
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Technauts' eServer Delivers
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Free (and Good) Pascal 0.99.14
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KDE Made Practically Easy
Top 100 Linux Web Sites
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.
Tips and Tricks with GNOME
You can add several programs to your GNOME panel without making it look cluttered by putting the additions into a drawer. Right-click on the panel and select "Add drawer." Now you can drag and drop programs to the open spot on the drawer to add them and select an icon that will be displayed on the drawer. You can then open or close the drawer, and run programs from it by clicking on their icons.
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Getting Virtual with VMware 2.0
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NEdit 5.1.1 Makes Editing Nice
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GigaDrive 20: At Your Service
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Yamaha's Killer CRW8424 CD-RW Drive
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Blender 3.0: Blending 3D with Linux
Tips and Tricks with KDE
You can use KDE's Disk Navigator to quickly access directories through either its file manager (KFM) or an X terminal window. Open the "K" menu and place your mouse on the "Disk Navigator" entry. This will automatically open the main "Disk Navigator" menu, which you can then use to find the directory of interest. Once you locate the directory, put your mouse on the directory name to open its submenu and display the "Open Folder" item. If you click on the "Open Folder" entry with the left mouse button, a new copy of KFM will run and open to that directory. Holding the Shift key down while you click will instead make an X terminal open at the selected directory.
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Caldera Systems OpenLinux eDesktop 2.4
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Mandrake 7.0: C'est Si Bon!
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Corel WordPerfect Office 2000 (Beta)
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The Concise Guide to XFree86
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Ht://Dig 3.1.4: Your Web Gopher
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VXA-1 Tape Drive: Swift, Silent Backups
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Drive Image Pro 3.01
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Cybernet Systems NetMAX Pro 2.2
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TurboLinux TurboCluster 4.0
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Microsoft Intellimouse
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EiC version 4.2.1
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CSVTech's EZHTML
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PerfectBACKUP+
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Lotus Domino for Linux
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HylaFax
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Siemens Pocket Reader
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Optiquest Q71 Monitor
The Linux Magazine 50
50 hackers and suits who are helping to shape the emerging Linux community.
Saint Richard
Richard M. Stallman, the Founding Father of Free Software, discusses the Free Software movement and its political philosophy.