Welcome to the conference proceedings for the 1999 Atlanta Linux
Showcase. This CD contains the
papers, slides, and notes
for several speakers in our conference track.
Also included are Mirrors of the HOWTOs, and the
This CD is also a bootable rescue CD, courtesy of LinuxCare. *WARNING* this
is a very powerful set of tools, and you can cause permanent damage to your
computer. Please see RESCUE-README.txt
for more information.
Also included is a Demo version of BRU the backup utility from Enhanced
This CD has been mastered in hopes of providing all the necessary
information in a convenient browsable format. Some formatting may have
been done to place files in their correct locations. Some Internet links
may be present, as some material was not available when this CD was
The Atlanta Linux
Showcase makes no warranty as to the content, or format of this CD.
All logos, trademarks, and presentations are the property of their
respective owners and may not be duplicated without their permission.
From Linux Online
What is Linux ?
The following four links come from the
Linux International Website.
Linux is a free Unix-type operating
system originally created by Linus
Torvalds with the assistance of
developers around the world. Linux is an
independent POSIX implementation and
includes true multitasking, virtual
memory, shared libraries, demand
loading, proper memory management,
TCP/IP networking, and other features
consistent with Unix-type systems.
Developed under the GNU General
Public License, the source code for
Linux is freely available to everyone.
More About Linux
Capabilities of Linux
History of Linux
Where to get Linux
More Linux Links
The 3rd Annual Atlanta Linux Showcase is sponsored
The 1999 Atlanta Linux Showcase is a not-for-profit event
organized by the Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts (ALE) Users Group, and the USENIX
Association, with assistance from Linux International (LI).