TUX Issue #17 Now Available
Issue number 17, September 2006, of TUX now is available. Subscribers, you can download this issue here or simply follow the Download TUX button on the right to download the current issue. If you're not yet a TUX subscriber, consider subscribing today for instant access to this issue and many more!
Issue #17, September 2006: Table of Contents
- Why Is Linux So International? by Phil Hughes
- What Will It Take for Linux to Become a Mainstream Option for Gamers? by Kevin Shockey
- Letters by Various
- Classic Linux Game Roundup: Lbreakout2, Pingus and SuperTux by Bill Kendrick and Melissa Hardenbrook
- KDE Edutainment by Donald Emmack
- GCompris by Dmitri Popov
- Doom 3 and Quake 3, or Nightmares Spoken Here by Colin McGregor
- Gorky 17 by Thomas Hedden
- Linux Puzzle Games by Dmitri Popov
- Running Windows Software on Linux with CrossOver Office by Dee-Ann LeBlanc
- Cedega 5.1 by Jay Kruizenga
- Wine 0.9.17 by John Knight
- Xandros 4: the Platform for Your Digital Life by Jay Kruizenga
- Freespire 1.0.2 by Colin McGregor
- TUX gives you a new weapon, SpamAssasin, for your battle against spam.
- How to use KMail for managing e-mail messages through filters.
- Use smart folders and extensions within Thunderbird to increase productivity.