|Mike Warfield manning his ISS booth.
|Spellcaster gets the ISDN connection up Friday night.
|And they smile!
|Hyde (Spatch paging software)
|Cyclades. One of the first vendors for multiport serial cards with Linux support.
|Friday night at ALS - the quiet before the storm.
|The Spellcaster Team looks refreshed after a good night's sleep. Not even the trials of ISDN installation from BellSouth can dampen their spirit!
|Another sucker^H^H^H^H^H^H^H subscriber for the Linux Journal!
|Caldera introduces their brand-new OpenLinux and OpenDOS product lines.
|Spellcaster. Gee, who would have thought that giving one of the ALS photographers an ISDN terminal adapter would get them so much publicity?
|Enhanced Software Technologies showcases BRU - Backups you can trust. Featuring the famous "BRU guys"
|RedHat shows off their T-shirts, mugs, documentation, Linux distributions, and RPM packaging technology
|Computone's trade show rep - vendor of multiport serial boards, terminal servers, and expert pilot of little whirlygigs.
|Faircom - vendor of relational database software for Linux. Not just another pretty face.
|The Linux Mall - chock full of goodies and you don't have to worry about being run over in the parking lot.
|Jim Paradis of Digital smugly contemplates what he will do with >400 BogoMips of raw horsepower on his 500mHz Alpha workstation.
|SPATCH - alphanumeric paging software for UNIX.
|The man with the big red hat at Cosmos Engineering puts on a sneak preview at Comdex before the main event at ALS.
|Linux On A Disk - a compiler is included, the hat is not.
|The trio from appX software with a live demonstration.
|The Linux Journal previews its July issue, featuring Linux on the U.S. Space Shuttle.
|Apex conducts a survey of how Linux is pronounced across the United States. I say 'Linux' as in PIN was the winner at ALS.
|Many goodies up for grabs at the InfoMagic booth.