January 2007 (#134):
- Mailbag, Part II
- 2-Cent Tips
- NewsBytes, by Aditya Nag and Howard Dyckoff
News in General - Conferences and Events - Distro News - Software and Product News
- Fun with FUSE, by Kumar Appaiah
Mounting remote resources as filesystems via FUSE (Filesystem in Userspace)
- Away Mission -- OracleWorld '06, San Francisco, by Howard Dyckoff
Conference review: highlights of OracleWorld '06, and a summary of Oracle's big Oracle Linux announcement.
- Installing Mandriva, by Edgar Howell
Is Mandriva ready for the Linux-newbie desktop? An assessment of the installation process.
- OSI, GAP, and "Exhibit B" licences, by Rick Moen
Exploring Badgeware and other Open Source licensing issues.
- Perl One-Liner of the Month: The Count of Corpus Christi (TX), by Ben Okopnik
The long-awaited return of Woomert and Frink, at last!
- Freedom from Laptop Lugging or Thin Client with No Server, by Dr. Richard Sevenich
Proposing a solution to the laptop-lugging problem with currently available technology - TCNS and a handful of components.
- HelpDex, by Shane Collinge
Shane's toons. Be Afraid. Be Very Afraid.
- Ecol, by Javier Malonda
- The Linux Launderette, by Jimmy O'Regan
All the non-Linux bits that are fit to print.
or read TWDT
Members of the LG Staff who provided additional services in this issue:
- Proofing/Technical Editing: Samuel Kotel Bisbee-vonKaufmann, François Gannaz, Martin Greaney, Shane Lazar, Rick Moen, Jimmy O'Regan, Kat Tanaka Okopnik
- Pull Quotes: Jakob Nylin