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Prentice Hall C++ GUI Programming with Qt 3
posted by trickykid

The first official Trolltech guide to Qt 3.2 programming! Straight from Trolltech, this book covers all you need to build industrial-strength applications with Qt 3.2.x and ...
5153 None 03-25-2004 09:17 PM No reviews
SAMS Maximum Linux Security Second Edition
posted by Capt_Caveman

From the Book: Maximum Linux Security is designed for system administrators, managers, and Linux users who need to protect their Linux servers and workstations from unauthori ...
23841 7.00 03-23-2004 12:19 PM 1 reviews
O'Reilly Security Warrior
posted by paulsm4

Excellent discussion of a wide spectrum of threats - how they work, what to look for ... and how to prevent them.
10675 10.00 03-22-2004 05:42 PM 1 reviews
SoL Server optimized Linux 17.00
posted by remsys

SoL was developed by antitachyon and is completely independent of other Linux distributions. SoL was designed and optimized to run on servers with modern CPU-architectures. Th ...
20042 3.00 03-21-2004 01:43 PM 2 reviews
Red Hat WS 3 Update 1
posted by refields

Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Version 3 Introduced in September 2003, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, version 3, includes a broad range of new features: * Support for seven archi ...
61111 7.75 03-19-2004 04:33 PM 4 reviews
Wiley Publishing Linux for Dummies - 4th Edition
posted by rberry88

A pretty well laid out book that follows the normal outline as the other * for Dummies books that are out for various topics and subjects. Also includes a 2 disc set of Red Ha ...
19161 7.50 03-19-2004 11:06 AM 2 reviews
Damn Small Linux 0.5
posted by Pauli

Keep in mind this is a 50 mb live cd which can fit on one of those little business card cd's. It is NOT the eqivalent to a desktop oriented OS, but it is an extremely useful t ...
3735 None 03-18-2004 09:20 PM No reviews
Morphix Firefox 1
posted by tutwabee

Morphix-based live-cd distribution that is meant to allow the user to open firefox and Mozilla Firefox and only Mozilla Firefox.
13369 9.00 03-18-2004 06:24 PM 1 reviews
alpha books and Que The Complete IDIOT'S GUIDE to Linux Second Edition
posted by Craigwd

A guide to installing configuring, and using Caldera OpenLinux 2.3. Info also applies to later and previous releases of Caldera Open Linux (although not sure how much of it a ...
19922 9.00 03-18-2004 02:29 AM 1 reviews
Specialized Systems Consultants Linux Command Summary
posted by Mortus Canis

"The indispensable reference for everyone using Linux" This book contains an alphabetical listing of Linux commands. It gives the command with a simple phrase explaining w ...
16564 8.00 03-17-2004 05:29 PM 1 reviews
Addison-Wesley Perl Medic: Transforming Legacy Code
posted by jeremy

Today's Perl developers spend 60-80% of their time working with existing Perl code. Now, there's a start-to-finish guide to understanding that code, maintaining it, updating i ...
21491 8.00 03-17-2004 04:41 PM 1 reviews
Red Hat Enterprise 3.0 ES
posted by mgatny

Red Hat's enterprise-class operating system
25650 6.20 03-17-2004 04:39 PM 5 reviews
Linux Bootable Toolbox v. 2.0
posted by Pauli

The LBT is a fully usable miniature Linux distribution which can be placed on a credit-card sized CD media. The distribution should work in almost any PC with almost any opera ...
26506 8.00 03-17-2004 04:15 PM 1 reviews
Sentinix 0.70.5
posted by MatthewSabin

Bootable CD distro with snort, nagios/nagat, cacti, apache, nessus, postfix mailscanner and spamassassin, and openMosix installed.
52499 8.00 03-16-2004 08:22 PM 1 reviews
OneBase 2004 r2
posted by questionasker

Onebase Linux (OL) is an independent meta source/binary distribution created in July 2003. It is powerful, transparent and free. It uses its in-house versatile technology call ...
59934 10.00 03-16-2004 07:45 PM 2 reviews




  



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