Linux Journal Feb.Issue Contents

Linux Journal Feb.Issue Contents

Post by Barbara Galvan » Fri, 23 Dec 1994 22:11:40



The February issue of Linux Journal (#10) will be printed soon and we
will be mailing them a few weeks from now.  Subscription orders
received by 3:00 pm PST Tuesday, January 3rd will start with issue #10.

normal west coast business hours at (206) 527-3385.

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                           LINUX JOURNAL
                     Issue #10 -- February 1995
                         Table of Contents

Features:
   A Conversation with Olaf Kirch    
      The author of the Linux Network Administrator's Guide
      talks about his life and the NAG.

   Using Tcl and Tk from your C Programs     -- by Matt Welsh
      How to use Tcl and Tk from your C programs.

   Linux In the Real World: SCADA-Linux Still Hard at Work -- by Vance Petree
      Time marches on, Linux marches on, and one of the cardinal rules
      of the universe manifest itself at *ia Power, Part 2.

   Linux Conference at Open Systems World/FedUNIX'94   -- by Belinda Frazier
      A Linux conference with developers, support persons, resellers and
      end users in Washington DC.

News and Articles:
    Report on Comdex '94 in Las Vegas  -- by Belinda Frazier    
    Kernel Korner - Block Device Drivers: Interrupts  -- by Michael K. Johnson
    What Your DOS Manual Doesn't Tell You about Linux -- by Liam Greenwood
       A guide to discovering documentation on your Linux System.

Regular Features:
    Stop the Presses: Linux Documentation
    Letters to the Editor
    New Products
    What's GNU - RCS, The Revision Control System -- by Arnold Robbins

Directories & Reference:
    Consultants Directory -- Consultants who work with Linux
    Advertisers Index
    Linux BBSs -- New this issue

Coming in March:
    Introduction to LINCKS
    Humble Beginnings of Linux
    *ia Power, Part 3

Linux Journal is carried by some newsstands (including all Computer
Literacy stores in Silicon Valley) as well as delivered to newsstands
by a newsstand distributor.  If you know a place that sells magazines

call SSC at (206) 527-3385.  Getting LJ on newsstands is going to
be one of the best ways we can show the non-Internet crowd
that Linux is for real.

Subscriptions are $19/year in the U.S., $24 in Canada,
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1. Linux Journal Feb 98 issue - And DATABASE HOWTO doc

Linux Journal Feb 98 issue has article about PostgreSQL, the doc below
was not mentioned. Hope this helps --

Database Howto Version 4.0 document is located at -

     http://sunsite.unc.edu/LDP/HOWTO/Database-HOWTO.html

Also you can find this document at the following mirrors sites -

     http://www.caldera.com/LDP/HOWTO/Database-HOWTO.html
     http://www.WGS.com/LDP/HOWTO/Database-HOWTO.html
     http://www.cc.gatech.edu/linux/LDP/HOWTO/Database-HOWTO.html
     http://www.redhat.com/linux-info/ldp/HOWTO/Database-HOWTO.html

Other mirror sites near you (network-address-wise) can be found at
         http://sunsite.unc.edu/LDP/hmirrors.html
select a site and go to directory /LDP/HOWTO/Database-HOWTO.html

This document is published in 10 different formats namely - DVI,
Postscript, Latex, LyX, GNU-info, HTML, RTF(Rich Text Format),
Plain-text, Unix man pages and SGML.

You can get this HOWTO document as a single file tar ball in
HTML, DVI, Postscript or SGML formats from -
     ftp://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/Linux/docs/HOWTO/other-formats/
Plain text format is in: ftp://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/Linux/docs/HOWTO

CAUTION: The document is large, total number of pages printed will
be 212 pages (postscript version).

Translations to other languages like French, German, Spanish,
Chinese, Japanese are in
     ftp://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/Linux/docs/HOWTO Any help from you to
translate to other languages is welcome.

The document is written using a tool called "SGML tool" which can
be got from - http://www.xs4all.nl/~cg/sgmltools/
Compiling the source you will get the following commands like

     sgml2html databasehowto.sgml (to generate html file)
     sgml2rtf databasehowto.sgml (to generate RTF file)
     sgml2latex databasehowto.sgml (to generate latex file) etc..

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