Dust off the greatest games ever made - then play them using emulators for the Amiga, Spectrum, C64, Mega Drive, SNES, Arcade machines and more. (Mike Saunders, Nick Veitch, Neil Bothwick, Richard Drummond) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
Linux at Wimbledon
Others may end up with the flowers, champagne and silverware at Wimbledon this week, but in the background Linux is doing all the hard work. (Nick Veitch) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
Battle of the distros: SUSE vs Mandriva
Mere hours before his wife is due to give birth to their first child, Andrew Hudson takes some time out to argue with his brother Paul about whether it's Mandriva Linux or SUSE that rules the Linux desktop roost... (Paul Hudson, Andy Hudson) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
10 backup rules for business
Don't grieve over lost files - follow these tips for a strong backup strategy and you and your data need never be parted. (Nordine Kherif) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
While rumours of porting the kitchen sink into version 8 proved false, we discover that Operasoft has squeezed pretty much everything else into its latest release. (Andy Channelle) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
Goes on record to exempt community from infringement, but Stallman fears smokescreen. Plus: Cuba's open source revolution, IBM Academic Initiative and Red Hat Academy, What The Hack, nine leave OSDL, Intellibuild (Andy Channelle) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
What on Earth: Open Carpet
While Novell is bringing Linux software distribution to the enterprise, Open Carpet brings integration to the humble software developer. (Richard Drummond) Available as a PDF to subscribers.