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A Microcontroller based DC power supply
In this article we build a very robust Microcontroller regulated power supply for your "lab" at home.
In this article we dissect the huge lizard - in particular we investigate the browser part. It's actually a review of Mozilla 1.1 with two add-ons: 'Mouse Gestures' and 'RadialContext'.
Root-kit and integrity
This article presents the different operations a cracker can do after having succeeded in entering a machine. We will also discuss what an administrator can do to detect that the machine has been jeopardized.
Fail Safe Port Allocation for Linux Device Drivers
Writing a device driver is a challenging and an adventurous job. Once the device is registered in the driver's init_module routine, the resources for the device should be allocated. One of the main resources for the device is I/O port. The dynamically linked drivers, the developer should be careful to allocate unused range of port addresses for their device.
Developing Gnome Application with Python (Part 3)
RAD stands for Rapid Application Development.
(X)dialog: Talking shells
Xdialog and dialog a two classic utilities to enhance you shell scripts with a graphical user interface.
Using PGPLOT for interactive graphics under Linux
In this article you will learn how to build an interactive graphics program written in Fortran.
Installation of a LAMP-Systems
LAMP is an abbreviation for Linux Apache MySQL PHP. In this article you will learn how to install a Webserver based on LAMP.
Concurrent programming - Principles and introduction to processes
This series of articles has the purpose of introducing the reader to the concept of multitasking and to its implementation in the Linux operating system.
Getting to know XML
This is a short introduction to XML. You will meet Eddy the meta cat, the XML syntax police, and some DTDs. Don't worry, we'll explain ;-)
This article describes the configuration of Linux-samba, a server needed to control domains of networks based on MS-windows machines. Examples given here are based on Debian GNU/Linux and Samba 2.0.7
GCC - the root of all
This is an introduction to using gcc as a compiler.
IOS, another REBOLution
Back to the future: IOS the internet operating system
Programming the ARV Microcontroller with GCC
The article explains how to setup a GCC development environment for the AVR 8-bit risc Microcontroller series from Atmel.
Book review: The qmail Handbook
This article is a brief review of "The Qmail Handbook" from Dave Sill.
Introduction to Ncurses
Ncurses is a library that provides function-key mapping, screen painting functions and the ability to use multiple non-overlapping windows on text-based terminals.
Setting up a Squid-Proxy Server
A proxy server can help to speed up an internet connection.
Running applications remotely with X11
X Window System is much more than just an environment to manage the windows of graphical applications.
Chrooting all services in Linux
Chrooted system services improve security by limiting damage that someone who broke into the system can possibly do
MySQL and Perl, the marriage of convenience
Using MySQL in conjunction with Perl is an old story, but still a good one.
Freefont, True Type and Patterns with The Gimp
This article shows how to use even more fonts and patterns with The Gimp.
Gimp : Using layers and their masks
Mask layers from Gimp are a really universal tool for all kind of tricks.
Atek Super Mini Optical Mouse
This is a miniature mouse that makes your notebook perform like a desktop
How to use your ATEN UC-232A USB adapter with Linux
The ATEN UC-232A is a RS232 serial line to USB adapter.
Bookreview: Professional Perl Programming
This is a review of the book Professional Perl Programming from Wrox Press.
Game Review - GLtron
3D variant of those games, featuring the light-cycle race from the movie "Tron"
Introduction to BORG
BORG is graphical user interface to BMRT, but it is not just a GUI it divides the rendering work across different computers where BMRT is used to render frames.
Through the tunnel
Using free SSH with external applications on different OSes
Real-time mp3 recording, part II
In the first part we showed how you can record in mp3 in realtime, for example a radio show, and make a big file out of it, e.g. 650MB for 24 hours of music in near-CD quality (128 kbit/s; stereo). Now, what to do with such a big file? Can we make even bigger files, or could we maybe get a better compression rate? How about the quality of these mp3 recordings?
Building a Linux-controlled walking robot
In this article you learn how to build a small walking insect and control it with Linux over the parallel port.
Real-time MP3 recording
Recording music in mp3-format gives you the possibility to record very long pieces of music without exhausting the disk-space.
Game Review - Penguin Command
"Missile Command" clone with better gfx and sounds
Install a fax server the easy way
This article explains how to install hylafax, a fax server, on a linux box
Book Review: Beginning Linux Programming
This is the review of a "Linux programming bible" published by Wrox press.
This article is an introduction to multicast technologies on TCP/IP networks.
Setting up IP-Masquerading
IP-Masquerading provides the possibility to connect several computers to the Internet using a computer running Linux with just one public IP address.
Using Apache ProxyPass to access servers behind a Masquerading
This article demonstrates how to make a webserver behind a firewall available on the internet without changing rules on your firewall or compromising security.
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