2005-04-18[available in: English ]
lcdproc -- LCD displays easy to use and easy to build, by Guido Socher
In this article we use lcdproc to connect a LCD display and 2 buttons to a linux pc; simple and easy to build for everybody.
2005-04-12[available in: English | Castellano ]
LINUX & PERL, computer tools for study and analysis of biological information, by Carlos Andrés Pérez
This article shows how easy it is to extract biological information from DNA, RNA and proteine sequences Databases using small perl scripts.
2005-04-02[available in: English | Castellano | Français ]
LF Tip: solving the ugly key problem, by Guido Socher
Good looking alternatives to the Windows key.
2005-04-02[available in: English | Italiano ]
Bayonne: the opensource project inside phone and IVR services, by Luca Bariani
GNU Bayonne is a scalable telephony application server.
2005-03-30[available in: English | Français ]
Optimizing C/C++ programs using the GProf profiler, by Arnout Engelen
One of the most important things to keep in mind while optimizing an application is: optimize the code where it counts.
2005-03-01[available in: English | ChineseGB | Deutsch ]
Part 2 -- A digital thermometer or talk I2C to your atmel microcontroller, by Guido Socher
In this second part of the article we will connect a LCD display and I will explain how the software works.
The LinuxFocus Tip, March 2005
2005-03-01[available in: English | ChineseGB | Français | Indonesian ]
LF Tip:Cloning entire PCs over the network, by Gerrit Renker
This tip explains how to clone partitions with dump and restore.
2005-02-23[available in: English ]
Professional Tex(t)Authoring with LyX, by Gerrit Renker
This article is written for people who have a lot of text editing/authoring to do and are primarily interested in getting the text edited fast, reliable with a plesant looking printout.
2005-02-05[available in: English | Français ]
Writing your own netfilter match, by Nicolas Bouliane
The iptables/netfilter framework gives us the possibility to add features. To do so, we write kernel modules that registers against this framework.
2005-02-01[available in: English | Castellano | ChineseGB | Deutsch | Français ]
A digital thermometer or talk I2C to your atmel microcontroller, by Guido Socher
In this article we see how to interconnect the microcontroller to a linux PC over a physical RS232 interface without the extra MAX232 chip.
The LinuxFocus Tip, February 2005
2005-01-30[available in: English | Castellano | ChineseGB | Deutsch | Français | Nederlands | Russian ]
LF Tip: generating PDF from html documents, by Guido Socher
Some tips for generating PDF files.
2005-01-19[available in: English | ChineseGB | Français | Indonesian ]
Checking gpg mail signatures with Sylpheed-Claws, by Iznogood
How to install a gpg plugin and check a mail signature within Sylpheed-Claws with some bash pipes commands.
2005-01-02[available in: English | Deutsch | Français | Russian | Türkçe ]
ParallelKnoppix, by Majid Hameed
A Knoppix based Live CD that provides a Linux Cluster ready for MPI and other Parallel Computing in less than 15 minutes!
The LinuxFocus Tip, January 2005
2005-01-01[available in: English | Castellano | ChineseGB | Deutsch | Français | Nederlands | Indonesian | Russian | Türkçe ]
LF Tip: LinuxFocus Live Bookmarks, by Guido Socher
LinuxFocus tip number 1 for January 2005
2004-12-20[available in: English | ChineseGB | Deutsch | Français | Italiano | Türkçe ]
Wireless LAN under Linux, by Wang Xu
In this article, the author talks about driver installation and usage of some common Wireless LAN adapters and related issues such as authentication based on 802.1x methods.
2004-12-12[available in: English | ChineseGB | Deutsch | Français | Italiano | Türkçe | Polish ]
CheckInstall, by Mario M. Knopf
Checkinstall is utility to automatically build RPM packages from tar.gz source pages. This makes it possible to do a "clean" installation and de-installation of almost any source code tar.gz package.
2004-12-12[available in: English | ChineseGB | Deutsch | Français | Italiano | Nederlands | Portugues | Polish ]
An introduction to SPF, by Bruno Sousa
SPF stands for Sender Policy Framework an antiforgery standard to prevent the forging of e-mail addresses.
2004-12-06[available in: English | ChineseGB | Deutsch | Français | Polish ]
Fn-F12: Hibernate an IBM Thinkpad T20 laptop, by Jan Alonzo
Making Hibernate (suspend-to-disk) work on a IBM Thinkpad T20 with no windows installed.
2004-12-01[available in: English | ChineseGB | Deutsch | Français ]
Using gEDA , by Iznogood
gEDA (gnu Electronic Design Automation) is a set of programs to design electronic circuits.
The LinuxFocus Tip, December 2004
2004-12-01[available in: English | ChineseGB | Deutsch | Français | Nederlands | Türkçe | Polish ]
LF Tip: Emacs keybindings to edit the url in firefox , by Guido Socher
2004-11-20[available in: English | Deutsch | Français | Portugues | Indonesian | Türkçe ]
Get to know a free pascal compiler : Free Pascal , by Razmal Djamal
Free Pascal is on the rise with a combination of text mode programming and OOP as powerful as RAD Delphi.
The LinuxFocus Tip number 2, November 2004
2004-11-14[available in: English | Castellano | ChineseGB | Deutsch | Français | Italiano | Nederlands | Russian | Türkçe | Polish ]
LF Tip: Customize motd & issue , by Mario M. Knopf
2004-11-01[available in: English | Castellano | Deutsch | Français | Italiano | Türkçe ]
Programming the AVR Microcontroller with GCC, libc 1.0.4, by Guido Socher
Microcontrollers are the universal hardware components of the future. Learn how to program it under Linux in C.
The LinuxFocus Tip, November 2004
2004-11-01[available in: English | Castellano | Deutsch | Français | Italiano | Nederlands | Türkçe | Polish ]
LF Tip: Switching off font anti-aliasing , by Guido Socher
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