Monthly Archives: May 2004

Linux on the PS2 by John Littler — As consoles increase in power and alternate operating systems increase in functionality and flexibility, it’s ever more attractive to port your favorite free operating system. In the case of Sony’s PlayStation 2, … Continue reading

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coLinux: Linux for Windows Without Rebooting by KIVILCIM Hindistan — Trying Linux just keeps getting easier. Knoppix and other live CDs let you take Linux with you on CD and USB keys, but you have to reboot to run your … Continue reading

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Build Strings with { } by Jerry Peek — Save typing by expanding strings at the shell prompt. Learn hot to use the {} pattern-expansion characters in this excerpt from Unix Power Tools, 2nd Edition.

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Using and Customizing Knoppix by Robert Bernier — Several Linux distributions boot directly from CD-ROMs. How many are usable in that state? How many are customizable in that state? Klaus Knopper’s Knoppix is perhaps the best known of these distributions. … Continue reading

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Variable Manipulation and Output

by John Coggeshall — John Coggeshall covers basic variable manipulation and output, including math operators and strings.

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Introduction to Socket Programming with PHP by Daniel Solin — Daniel Solin uses a game analogy to show how PHP can be used to exchange data between two computers using network sockets.

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Basic PHP Syntax

by John Coggeshall — John Coggeshall covers basic PHP syntax, including variable usage, variable types, and how to print variables to the web browser.

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Introduction to Socket Programming with PHP

by Daniel Solin — Daniel Solin uses a game analogy to show how PHP can be used to exchange data between two computers using network sockets.

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An Introduction to Extreme Programming

by chromatic — When you look at it closely, Extreme Programming isn’t really as extreme as it is logical. This introduction shows you the tenets of XP and its relationship to open source methods for writing software.

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Some Interesting RFC Docs need to read

Some Interesting RFC Docs need to read 2105 – Cisco Systems’ Tag Switching Architecture Overview 2104 – HMAC: Keyed-hashing for Message Authentication 2095 – IMAP/POP AUTHorize Extension for Simple Challenge/Response 2085 – HMAC-MD5 IP Authentication with Replay Prevention 2083 – … Continue reading

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