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Archives for July 2002

Bill Gates, One Man with a big heart?

This is an opinion story and does not reflect actual motives. But, again, it is my opinion. I smell a stinker..

Monday November 25, 2002 | Read More

Linux True Type Font.

I am seeking people to send Linux graphics to me to build a font compatible with Mac, Windows and X.

Monday November 25, 2002 | Read More

Linux Dig Remade! Articles Rebuilt!

Due to some limitations in the original design of Linuxdig, I decided to start from scratch. The site is still undergoing some renovations, especially in the graphics area's.

Monday November 25, 2002 | Read More

Red Hat releases Red Hat Linux 8.0

RALEIGH, NC-September 30, 2002-Red Hat, Inc. (Nasdaq:RHAT) today released Red Hat Linux 8.0, a highly versatile operating system designed for personal and small business computing. Red Hat Linux 8.0 combines leading-edge Linux technologies with a new graphical look and feel that offers users a polished, easy-to-use operating environment.

Monday November 25, 2002 | Read More

What does it Take to Develop Cross-Platform Applications

You need to develop an application which can stretch across both the hardware and operating system boundaries as well as satisfy your concerns about the protection of your code. It needs to be fast, reliable and above all portable. Now you need to decide which one of the numerous programming languages will fit your needs. This article attempts to discuss a few options that do exist as well as some of the pitfalls.

Monday November 25, 2002 | Read More

The Power and The Promise of PHP: Article I

PHP Hypertext Preprocessor is an HTML - embedded scripting language with much of its syntax borrowed from C, Java and Perl. Intimidating as it may seem, PHP does not reflect the difficulty or knowledge needed as with many of these languages. This is the first article in a series of PHP articles which will only be found on Linuxdig.com

Monday November 25, 2002 | Read More

RFC Request for Comments

The Request for Comments document series are a set of technical and organizational notes about the internet. The RFC's define oftenly the structure or protocols of operational environments. Examples include the inner workings of the TCP/IP protocol and connection information for IMAP, SMTP and POP. If you are a programmer or would like to further your knowledge about how the internet works, then you should to read the Request for Comments.

Monday November 25, 2002 | Read More

Do you love coffee?

If you love coffee and you love your computer, then why not integrate the two of them together. Programmers and Geeks you now have a system case to unite around, finally, someone has brought unity to the computer industry. The Ultimate System Case

Monday November 25, 2002 | Read More

The Magic of Php

Over the next week, I will discuss the power of PHP and what it can do for you. PHP is a popular cross platform scripting languarge which was built with the web developer in mind, while still maintaining the power needed for non web related backend server / scripting operations.So stay tuned.

Monday November 25, 2002 | Read More

Speech Now Available on LinuxDig

Co-developed with Rob Hall at www. impossibilities.com a new Dynamic spewch system which is currently in Beta Testing. This is only available on this page of the website.. Rob is currently further developing the Flash Version which will be available at www.impossibilities.com

Monday November 25, 2002 | Read More

Run Multiple O/S and protect your data With VMWare

This article is a kind of part 2 to the \"Run Multiple O/S Concurrently with VMWare\" article I wrote previously. This article discusses some other uses besides using VMWare for multiple operating systems.

Monday November 25, 2002 | Read More

Run Multiple O/S Concurrently with VMWare

VMWare allows users to install and run concurrent multiple operating systems on top of an host O/S. In this article I will discuss performance issues, additional information, tips, and a real world example of Win 2k , Red Hat 7.3 Linux and Win XP.... (Updated 07-15-2002 9pm - Performance test at bottom of page

Monday November 25, 2002 | Read More

Test your systems memory with Memtest86

Memtest86 is not only the perfect way to verify that your system's memory is error free, but Memtest86 is even better when tweaking your bios / overclocking and determining your memory is up to the task.

Monday November 25, 2002 | Read More

Dual Monitor ATI Radeon LE 64 Meg In Linux XFree 4.20

Some Additional Updates to this article are located at: http://www.linuxdig.com/news_page/1038984528.php

Dual Monitor Support with the ATI Radeon 8500 is enough to make anyone very happy. In this article I have included a configuration file you can use and also installation/testing information which will get you up in just 5-15 minutes if all goes well. If your running RedHat 7.3, and your fairly confident in Linux, you'll be up and running in 2. (Update July 13 2002)

Monday November 25, 2002 | Read More

ATI Radeon 8500 VIdeo Card

One of ATI newest video cards the Radeon 8500 LE 64 meg is a MONSTER. To be Plain and simple, it cranks. Under Windows XP it drives dual monitors in standard 2d mode at blazing speeds

Monday November 25, 2002 | Read More

CSS Browser Error Campaign

Developing HTML for the web can be quite the daunting process. Numerous browsers support their own set of rules and then decide which of the W3c standards they will follow. Conquering this problem has been every web developers dream, but of course, a dream it shall remain

Monday November 25, 2002 | Read More


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