Multitool Linux. Practical uses for open source software (Broché)

Peter Curtis, Steven Murphy, Michael Schwarz, Jeremy Anderson

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This resource-packed guide delivers pragmatic solutions for real-world Linux development needs - all using open - source software tools. Viewing Linux as a well-stocked toolbox Multitool Linux shows programmers an sophisticated users how to create a wide variety of exciting and useful applications for business and entertainment, from speech synthesis and video production to network security. The book begins with a general introduction to Linux and a look at working with its source code. A wide variety of programming projects-encompassing communications, privacy, music and audio, graphics, photography, and much more-are then explored in-depth. Each chapter is filled with examples, helpful screenshots, step-by-step tutorials, lists of open-source tools, and URLs for sites where those tools can be obtained for free. Many of the tools discussed in the book will work not only with Linux, but with any flavor of UNIX from FreeBSD up to expensive, proprietary versions of UNIX running on high-speed massively parallel hardware.
    • Remote-Control Your Computer from Anywhere, Anytime, and Any Operating System, Even OS/2 ! Run a Whole Network with One IP Adress
    • Soup Cans and String : Last-Ditch Communication Methods
    • Samba : Talking to Windows Networks
    • Undernets
    • E-mail as a System Console
    • Build a Secure Web-mail Service Supporting IMAP and SSL
    • Extending Apache
    • Secure Your E-Mail with GPG
    • Sniffing for Idiots (Pun Intended)
    • All along the Watchtower
    • All Along the Watchtower, Part Deux
    • Secure Connectivity
    • Tools You Should Know
    • Use Your Palm-Connected Organizer
    • Necessary Evils : Running MS Windows Programs
    • Remote CD Burning
    • Audio Processing
    • Music Production
    • Speech Synthesis
    • Image Processing
    • 3D Graphics Production
    • Video Production
  • Date de parution : 02/07/2002
  • Editeur : Addison Wesley
  • ISBN : 0-201-73420-6
  • EAN : 9780201734201
  • Présentation : Broché
  • Nb. de pages : 532 pages
  • Poids : 1.145 Kg
  • Dimensions : 19,0 cm × 23,5 cm × 3,5 cm
Michael Schwarz has worked as a UNIX system programmer for more than fifteen years and as a Linux programmer since its emergence. He started the SASi open source project and has been a frequent contributor to Linux Journal. Jeremy Anderson teaches UNIX classes at Hennepin Technical College. He has expertise in UNIX, Linux, Perl, C/C++, and Java programming. Peter Curtis is a Web applications designer for HealthPartners, a Minnesota HMO, where he runs a combined Linux and Windows network. He has extensive experience as a UNIX, Perl, C/C++, and Java programmer. Steven Murphy is a UNIX and Linux programmer for HealthPartners. He is also a professional musician who uses Linux in his various musical and video editing tasks.

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