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November 1998

Consultants Page LF does not charge any fees for access to the articles in its totality. Therefore we do not have funds to pay authors and translators for their work. Nevertheless we feel we owe many people something for their great efforts putting this magazine in motion. Beginning September 1998 LF wants to create a "Consultants Page", every author and collaborator of the magazine will have a short paragraph of space to advertise their skills, email & web pages. We expect this new service will not only be a good way to compensate our collaborators but also a good asset of information for the linux community.

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UNIX Basics

Hardware & Software Review

  • GNU/Linux on Fujitsu 635T by Serge Winitzki
    This text tells the story of installing a recent release of GNU/Linux operating system from scratch on a laptop computer. It is intended as a source of information for people who want to install Linux on a similar laptop or even on a desktop machine, and perhaps is also of interest for developers of Linux distributions. The exposition is quite technical, so readers should be reasonably familiar with (or sufficiently interested in learning about) the Unix operating system.
  • Linux on a Sony Vaio 505gx by
    Another review of a Linux system running on a latop Sony VAIO 505gx


  • Easy Graphics: A Beginner's Guide to SVGAlib by
    Are you looking for a simple graphics package for your Linux system? If so, look no further. SVGAlib provides an easy way to create graphical applications and eliminates the rigmarole of the X Window System. If you have even the most rudimentary grasp of programming in C, then you can use SVGAlib.

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