in Unicode In this article, Thomas Burger describes the Cyrillic
script fonts and the various methods for representating
them in Linux, including UTF-8. He provides instructions for setting up
the font support and installation, and describes how it is supported in
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system flexibilityThe author likes Linux
best, but sometimes a job for a client or access to an old data format
requires the use of those other so-called operating systems. Installing a
new operating system over your old one and then switching back again is a
the 2.4 Linux kernel, Part 2 This second of two articles details the
nitty-gritty expectations surrounding specialized hardware such as ports,
multimedia, filesystems, and bus support in the
upcoming 2.4 Linux kernel
Coding generic lists of objects in C/C++ Have you ever had a project that
required you to have an indeterminate number of different objects in
memory? For some purposes a binary tree is the best solution, but usually
the simpler linked list is the obvious choice.
Perl to access DB2 for Linux In this free tutorial you'll learn how to
install and use a Perl interface to the IBM DB2 Universal Database,
Personal Developer's Edition. You'll also learn by example how to query
the sample database provided with the DB2 Personal Developer's Edition.
Unicode programming A multi-byte character representation system for
computers, Unicode provides for the encoding and exchanging of all of the
text of the world's languages. This article explains the importance of
international language support and the concepts of designing ...
the 2.4 Linux kernel, Part 1 This first of
two articles describes the birthing pains of Linux 2.4, along with the
anticipation and frustration of waiting for the new functionality.