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Charming Python: Preview of the [anygui] project 
A very interesting project in the Python world has entered early development. The [anygui] project is intended as a wrapper API for a large number of underlying graphic toolkits. Once fully developed, a Python programmer will be able to call a common [anygui] function -- for example, to create a window -- then have the 'best available' toolkit do the work. On Windows, the Win32 API might be used (or wxWindows); on MacOS, native calls; on BeOS, Bethon; on Linux, TKinter or GTK; on a telnet screen, ncurses -- all depending on what is installed and available on a given machine. This article discusses the current development state of [anygui], and the goals of the project.

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Charming Python: Using the xinetd program for system administration 
Every UNIX administrator is familiar with inetd, the daemon that manages most incoming network connections through a centralized configuration file (inetd.conf). The xinetd daemon is a replacement for inetd that offers many improved or new features, and easier configuration. Ted explains the concepts behind inetd, and gives examples for setting up xinetd at your own site.

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Common threads: Advanced filesystem implementor's guide, Part 6 
With the 2.4 release of Linux come a host of new filesystem possibilities, including Reiserfs, XFS, GFS, and others. These filesystems sound cool, but what exactly can they do, what are they good at, and exactly how do you go about safely using them in a production Linux environment? Daniel Robbins answers these questions by showing you how to set up these new advanced filesystems under Linux 2.4. In this installment, Daniel shows you how to use an init wrapper to (finally!) convert your system to 'devfs mode'.

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