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Posted by dave on May 5, 2004 10:44 AM EDT
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Linux Magazine posted 13 new stories to their website today.

PostgreSQL 7.4
The latest release of PostgreSQL contains a host of new features for advanced database design. Here's an introduction to some of the best.

Berkeley DB XML Basics
Based on the ubiquitous Berkeley DB, Berkeley DB XML is a new database that stores, retrieves, indexes, and searches XML documents. Better yet, you can embed Berkeley BD XML in almost any application. Roll up your sleeves for this hands-on introduction.

IBM's Storage Tank
Storage Area Networks never really realized the promise of providing a shared pool of storage. IBM's Storage Tank delivers on that promise - and more. Here's an exclusive, in-depth look at how Storage Tank works.

Booting Up, by Martin Streicher
What is Linux?

Do it Yourself, by Jeremy Zawodny
BitTorrent: ISOs for Everyone -- Fast!

Power Tools, by Jerry Peek
Catching some ZZZs

Guru Guidance, by Roderick W. Smith
Managing Xft Fonts

Extreme Linux, by Forrest Hoffman
Multi-Processing with OpenMP, Part 2

Compile Time, by Ethan McCallum
Software Packaging with RPM

LAMP Post, by Jeremy Zawodny
MyISAM Tables

Perl of Wisdom, by Randal L. Schwartz
Programming Class-less Classes

Tech Support, by Jeremy Garcia
Helpful Hints and an iptables GUI

Shutdown, by Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols
I'm Novell. I'll be your Linux Server Today

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