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l command (sed): 12.4. Alphabetical Summary of sed Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
laddering (printing problems): 8.4.1. Checking Printer Hardware (Running Linux)
LAN (local area network), NFS and NIS: 15.5. NFS and NIS Configuration (Running Linux)
Lane, David: 11.8. Where to Find Out More (Managing & Using MySQL)
LANG environment variable (tcsh): 8.4.6. Environment Variables (Linux in a Nutshell)
language for KDE: 11.2.3.2.3. Internationalization (Running Linux)
language negotiation: 6.3. Language Negotiation (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
language, PHP: 2. Language Basics (Programming PHP)
LanguagePriority property: 6.3. Language Negotiation (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
languages, Template Toolkit: D.4. Template Toolkit Language (Practical mod_perl)
laptop computers, support for: 1.5.8. Laptop Support (Running Linux)
last command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
last-in first-out (LIFO) stacks: 5.10.2. Stacks (Programming PHP)
last-modified header: 16.1.2. Last-Modified Header (Practical mod_perl)
set_last_modified( ) method: 16.1.2. Last-Modified Header (Practical mod_perl)
last-modified, update_mtime( ): 16.1.2. Last-Modified Header (Practical mod_perl)
lastb command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
LAST_INSERT_ID( ) function: 3.6.2. Sequence Generation (Managing & Using MySQL)
17.2.2. General Functions (Managing & Using MySQL)
LAST_INSERT_ID option (SET statement): 15.2. SQL Commands (Managing & Using MySQL)
lastlog command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
lastlog file: 8.3. Managing System Logs (Running Linux)
LaTeX text processing: 9.3.2. TEX and LATEX (Running Linux)
formatting and printing: 9.3.2.2. Formatting and printing (Running Linux)
Laurie, Ben: 11.8. Where to Find Out More (Managing & Using MySQL)
Laurie, Peter: 11.8. Where to Find Out More (Managing & Using MySQL)
layering modules: B.15.1. Apache::OutputChain—Chain Stacked Perl Handlers (Practical mod_perl)
layers, filters: 20.9. Filters, Buckets, and Bucket Brigades (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
layers, modules: B. Apache Perl Modules (Practical mod_perl)
lbnamed server web site: 12.16. References (Practical mod_perl)
LCASE( ) function: 17.2.2. General Functions (Managing & Using MySQL)
LC_CTYPE environment variable (tcsh): 8.4.6. Environment Variables (Linux in a Nutshell)
lcd command (ftp): 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
lcg_value( ): A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
ld command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
LDAP-compliant directory services: 6.3.1.1. User management (Managing & Using MySQL)
LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol): B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
ldconfig command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
7.2.1. Upgrading Libraries (Running Linux)
7.2.1. Upgrading Libraries (Running Linux)
ldd command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
7.2.1. Upgrading Libraries (Running Linux)
ldd utility: 13.1.7.1. Creating shared libraries (Running Linux)
LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable: 14.1.3. Calling a UDF (Managing & Using MySQL)
LDP (Linux Documentation Project): 0.1. Why People Like Linux (Running Linux)
0.1. Why People Like Linux (Running Linux)
A.1. Linux Documentation Project (Running Linux)
A.1. Linux Documentation Project (Running Linux)
ld.so.cache file: 7.2.1. Upgrading Libraries (Running Linux)
ld.so.conf file: 7.2.1. Upgrading Libraries (Running Linux)
leading parameter for PDF text: 10.3.2. Text Functions (Programming PHP)
leak_test( ): 14.2.6. Memory Leakage (Practical mod_perl)
LEAST( ) function: 17.2.2. General Functions (Managing & Using MySQL)
left command (ex): 11.14. Alphabetical Summary of ex Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
LEFT( ) function: 3.9.4. Functions (Managing & Using MySQL)
17.2.2. General Functions (Managing & Using MySQL)
LEFT JOIN keywords: 3.9.5. Outer Joins (Managing & Using MySQL)
left outer joins: 1.4. MySQL Features (Managing & Using MySQL)
3.9.5. Outer Joins (Managing & Using MySQL)
left shift (<<) operator: 2.4.9. Bitwise Operators (Programming PHP)
legal issues (see GPL)
1.6. About Linux's Copyright (Running Linux)
length
of output buffers: 13.3.1. Output Buffering (Programming PHP)
of strings: A.3d. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (r-z) (Programming PHP)
strlen( ) function (example): 3.1. Calling a Function (Programming PHP)
length command (gawk): 13.8. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
LENGTH( ) function: 3.9.4. Functions (Managing & Using MySQL)
3.9.4.2. String functions (Managing & Using MySQL)
17.2.2. General Functions (Managing & Using MySQL)
length keyword (expr): 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
length parameter (main routine): 14.1.1.2. The main routine (Managing & Using MySQL)
Lerdorf, Rasmus: 1.2. A Brief History of PHP (Programming PHP)
less command: 4.4.3. Viewing Files, More or Less (Running Linux)
less program: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
bzless: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
commands: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
keybindings, configuring for (lesskey): 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
options: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
less-than comparison operator (<): 3.8. SQL Operators (Managing & Using MySQL)
17.1.3. Comparison Operators (Managing & Using MySQL)
less than (<) operator: 2.4.8. Comparison Operators (Programming PHP)
less-than-or-equal-to comparison operator (<=): 3.8. SQL Operators (Managing & Using MySQL)
17.1.3. Comparison Operators (Managing & Using MySQL)
less than or equal to (<=) operator: 2.4.8. Comparison Operators (Programming PHP)
less-than sign (<), input redirection: 4.9. Saving Your Output (Running Linux)
lesskey command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
let command (bash): 7.7. Built-in Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
level numbers: 6.4. Type Maps (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
levels of conditions, error reporting: 13.4.1. Error Reporting (Programming PHP)
levenshtein( ): A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
levenshtein( ) function: 4.6.2. Approximate Equality (Programming PHP)
Levenshtein algorithm, calculating similarity of strings: 4.6.2. Approximate Equality (Programming PHP)
Levine, John: 3.1. SQL Basics (Managing & Using MySQL)
lex (see flex)
lexical variables
changing to global: 6.2.1. The First Mystery: Why Does the Script Go Beyond 5? (Practical mod_perl)
closures and: 6.2.1. The First Mystery: Why Does the Script Go Beyond 5? (Practical mod_perl)
lexically scoped variables, Apache::RegistryLexInfo module and: 10.1.2.1. Variable unsharing caused by regular expressions (Practical mod_perl)
lexicographic (textual) comparisons: 2.4.8. Comparison Operators (Programming PHP)
lf variable (printcap): 8.4.5.3. The rest of the printcap variables (Running Linux)
lftp command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
lftpget command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
/lib directory: 14.1.3. Calling a UDF (Managing & Using MySQL)
libc library, upgrading: 7.2.1. Upgrading Libraries (Running Linux)
7.2.1. Upgrading Libraries (Running Linux)
libexec/libperl.so: open failed: No such file or directory message: 22.1.1. libexec/libperl.so: open failed: No such file or directory (Practical mod_perl)
libgdbm.so, errors with Makefile.PL: 3.1.8.2. Missing or misconfigured libgdbm.so (Practical mod_perl)
libgtop C library: 9.3. Process Memory Measurements (Practical mod_perl)
web site: 9.6. References (Practical mod_perl)
libm library, upgrading: 7.2.1. Upgrading Libraries (Running Linux)
libncurses library: 7.2.1. Upgrading Libraries (Running Linux)
libperl.a library: 3.5.4. Building mod_perl as a DSO via APACI (Practical mod_perl)
libperl.so libraries: 3.5.4. Building mod_perl as a DSO via APACI (Practical mod_perl)
libraries: 1.3. Installing PHP (Programming PHP)
(see also extensions)
code: 13.1. Code Libraries (Programming PHP)
concealing for security: 12.5. Concealing PHP Libraries (Programming PHP)
dbm, troubleshooting: 3.1.8.2. Missing or misconfigured libgdbm.so (Practical mod_perl)
libgdbm errors: 3.1.8.2. Missing or misconfigured libgdbm.so (Practical mod_perl)
mod_perl: 3.5.4. Building mod_perl as a DSO via APACI (Practical mod_perl)
namespace conflicts: 6.3.3.1. A first faulty scenario (Practical mod_perl)
PEAR, installing: 1.3. Installing PHP (Programming PHP)
programming: 13.1.1. Quick Overview (Running Linux)
13.1.7. More Fun with Libraries (Running Linux)
reloading
Apache::Reload and: 6.8.2.3. Using Apache::Reload (Practical mod_perl)
Apache::StatINC and: 6.8.2.2. Using Apache::StatINC (Practical mod_perl)
dynamic configuration files and: 6.8.2.4. Using dynamic configuration files (Practical mod_perl)
forcing: 6.8.2.1. Restarting the server (Practical mod_perl)
saving as subroutines: 6.2.1. The First Mystery: Why Does the Script Go Beyond 5? (Practical mod_perl)
shared: 13.1.7.1. Creating shared libraries (Running Linux)
corrupt links: 8.6.2. Accessing Damaged Files (Running Linux)
support for: 1.4.3. Kernel (Running Linux)
upgrading: 7.2.1. Upgrading Libraries (Running Linux)
libraries, APR: 20.2. APR (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
libraries directory, porting to mod_perl 2.0: 25.1.3. Code Porting (Practical mod_perl)
library functions (PHP): 18. MySQL PHP API Reference (Managing & Using MySQL)
frequently-used: 11.3.4. Frequently Used MySQL Library Functions (Managing & Using MySQL)
handling results: 11.3.3. Handling Results (Managing & Using MySQL)
managing sessions: 11.5. Managing Sessions (Managing & Using MySQL)
opening/using database connections: 11.3.2. Opening and Using a Database Connection (Managing & Using MySQL)
securing user data: 11.4. Securing User Data (Managing & Using MySQL)
LIBRARY_PATH environment variable: 13.1.7.1. Creating shared libraries (Running Linux)
/Library/StartupItems directory: 4.2.2. Mac OS X (Managing & Using MySQL)
libswf extension, configuring external dependencies: 14.4.2. External Dependencies (Programming PHP)
libwww-perl web site: 2.9. References (Practical mod_perl)
license, Apache: 0.1. Who Wrote Apache, and Why? (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
licenses, X Window System: 10. Installing the X Window System (Running Linux)
Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP): B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
LIKE operator
using indexes with: 5.2.2.1. Index guidelines (Managing & Using MySQL)
pattern matching and: 3.8.4. Pattern Matching (Managing & Using MySQL)
LILO
boot time options: 5.2.2.3. Specifying boot time options (Running Linux)
configuration: 5.2.2.1. The /etc/lilo.conf file (Running Linux)
installing: 3.1.7. Creating the Boot Floppy or Installing LILO (Running Linux)
overview: 5.2.2. Using LILO (Running Linux)
removiong: 5.2.2.4. Removing LILO (Running Linux)
as secondary bootloader: 5.2.2.2. Using LILO as a secondary bootloader (Running Linux)
lilo command: 4.2. LILO: The Linux Loader (Linux in a Nutshell)
4.2.2. The lilo Command (Linux in a Nutshell)
LILO (Linux Loader): 4.2. LILO: The Linux Loader (Linux in a Nutshell)
boot-time kernel options: 4.7. Boot-Time Kernel Options (Linux in a Nutshell)
configuration file: 4.2.1. The LILO Configuration File (Linux in a Nutshell)
global options: 4.2.1.1. Global options (Linux in a Nutshell)
image options: 4.2.1.2. Image options (Linux in a Nutshell)
kernel options: 4.2.1.3. Kernel options (Linux in a Nutshell)
GRUB, compared to: 4.3. GRUB: The Grand Unified Bootloader (Linux in a Nutshell)
initrd option: 4.8. initrd: Using a RAM Disk (Linux in a Nutshell)
LIMIT clause: 3.7.4. Limiting Results (Managing & Using MySQL)
15.2. SQL Commands (Managing & Using MySQL)
limit command (tcsh): 8.9. Built-in Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
Limit directive: 4.10.5. Protecting Private Status Locations (Practical mod_perl)
line breaks in PHP code: 2.1.3. Whitespace and Line Breaks (Programming PHP)
line-end character sequence: 1.1.2. The Common Gateway Interface Specification (Practical mod_perl)
line endings on Unix and Windows: 15.2.7. End-of-Line Handling (Programming PHP)
linefeed characters, inserting: 8.4.7. Print Filters (Running Linux)
lines, drawing: 9.4.5. Basic Drawing Functions (Programming PHP)
from current point back to starting point: 10.4.2. Graphics (Programming PHP)
LINES environment variable (tcsh): 8.4.6. Environment Variables (Linux in a Nutshell)
LINES TERMINATED BY keyword: 15.2. SQL Commands (Managing & Using MySQL)
lingerd: 12.7.4. Closing Lingering Connections with lingerd (Practical mod_perl)
link( ): A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
link command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
link editor (ld): 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
linker: 13.1.1. Quick Overview (Running Linux)
linker options, gcc: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
linkinfo( ): A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
links: A.2b. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (f-i) (Programming PHP)
in PDF documents[links
PDF}: 10.5.2. Links (Programming PHP)
lstat( ) function: A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
readlink( ) function: A.3d. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (r-z) (Programming PHP)
symbolic: A.3d. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (r-z) (Programming PHP)
unlinking: A.3d. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (r-z) (Programming PHP)
Linux: 0. Preface (Linux in a Nutshell)
1. Introduction (Linux in a Nutshell)
advantages of: 1.1. The Excitement of Linux (Linux in a Nutshell)
application development
suitability for: 1.5.4. Programming Languages and Utilities (Running Linux)
copying distributions
restrictions: 2.1.1. Getting Linux via Mail Order or Other Hard Media (Running Linux)
default shell: 7. bash: The Bourne-Again Shell (Linux in a Nutshell)
7. bash: The Bourne-Again Shell (Linux in a Nutshell)
changing: 8. tcsh: An Extended C Shell (Linux in a Nutshell)
distributions and support: 1.2. Distribution and Support (Linux in a Nutshell)
Documentation Project (see LDP)
feature overview: 1.4.2. A Bag of Features (Running Linux)
1.4.2. A Bag of Features (Running Linux)
history of: 0. Preface (Running Linux)
1.2. A Brief History of Linux (Running Linux)
installing Alpha systems: B.2.2.1. Firmware options (Running Linux)
B.3. Installing Linux (Running Linux)
B.3.1. General Procedure (Running Linux)
obtaining
Internet sources: 2.1.2. Getting Linux from the Internet (Running Linux)
mail order: 2.1.1. Getting Linux via Mail Order or Other Hard Media (Running Linux)
online support: 0.. Online Linux Support (Linux in a Nutshell)
periodicals: 0.. Linux Journal and Linux Magazine (Linux in a Nutshell)
shells (see shells)
Unix, compared to: 1. Introduction (Linux in a Nutshell)
Unix knowledge, necessary level of: 1.7.1. Hints for Unix Novices (Running Linux)
usefulness of: 1. Introduction to Linux (Running Linux)
1.3. Who's Using Linux? (Running Linux)
1.3. Who's Using Linux? (Running Linux)
Usenet newsgroups: 0.. Usenet Newsgroups (Linux in a Nutshell)
user groups and distribution packages: 2.1.1. Getting Linux via Mail Order or Other Hard Media (Running Linux)
version numbers: 7.4. Building a New Kernel (Running Linux)
web sites devoted to: 0.. Web Sites (Linux in a Nutshell)
Linux, buffer sizes, changing: 12.7.3. Buffering Feature (Practical mod_perl)
Linux Distribution HOWTO: 2.1. Distributions of Linux (Running Linux)
Linux documentation: 0.. Online Documentation (Linux in a Nutshell)
Linux Documentation Project (LDP): A.1. Linux Documentation Project (Running Linux)
Linux systems
installing MySQL on: 2. Installation (Managing & Using MySQL)
2.2.2. Binary (RPM) Distributions (Managing & Using MySQL)
log rotation and: 4.3.4. Log Rotation (Managing & Using MySQL)
server startup/shutdown: 4.2.1. Unix/Linux (Managing & Using MySQL)
Linux User Groups (LUGs): 0.. Linux User Groups (Linux in a Nutshell)
Linux Virtual Server Project web site: 5.12. References (Practical mod_perl)
LISP language: 13.6. Other Languages (Running Linux)
list( ): A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
combining with array_slice( ): 5.5.1. Slicing an Array (Programming PHP)
copying array values into variables: 5.5. Extracting Multiple Values (Programming PHP)
list command: 21.5.6. Introduction to the Perl Debugger (Practical mod_perl)
List command, displaying breakpoints: 21.5.6. Introduction to the Perl Debugger (Practical mod_perl)
list command (ex): 11.14. Alphabetical Summary of ex Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
list_dbs( ): 10.2. Proprietary Operations (Managing & Using MySQL)
Listen directive: 4.2.4. Port-Based Virtual Hosting (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
4.3. Two Copies of Apache (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
ListenBacklog directive: 4.3. Two Copies of Apache (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
1.2.1. Forking (Practical mod_perl)
listflags variable (tcsh): 8.4.3. Predefined Shell Variables (Linux in a Nutshell)
listing loaded modules (lsmod): 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
listjobs variable (tcsh): 8.4.3. Predefined Shell Variables (Linux in a Nutshell)
listlinks variable (tcsh): 8.4.3. Predefined Shell Variables (Linux in a Nutshell)
listmax variable (tcsh): 8.4.3. Predefined Shell Variables (Linux in a Nutshell)
listmaxrows variable (tcsh): 8.4.3. Predefined Shell Variables (Linux in a Nutshell)
lists, strings, performance: 13.4. Interpolation, Concatenation, or List (Practical mod_perl)
list_tables( ): 10.2. Proprietary Operations (Managing & Using MySQL)
literals: 2.1.5. Literals (Programming PHP)
string: 2.2.3. Strings (Programming PHP)
literals used in SQL: 15.1.1. Literals (Managing & Using MySQL)
live filesystems, installing Linux: 3.1.6. Installing the Software (Running Linux)
ln command: 3.2. Butterthlies, Inc., Gets Going (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
3.5.1. FollowSymLinks, SymLinksIfOwnerMatch (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
7.2.1. Upgrading Libraries (Running Linux)
load balancing: 13.5.5.2. Load balancing and redirection (Programming PHP)
load balancing, definition: 8.2. Choosing the Right Hardware (Practical mod_perl)
LOAD DATA INFILE statement: 6.1.2.1. GRANT and REVOKE (Managing & Using MySQL)
LOAD statement: 3.9.7.2. The LOAD command (Managing & Using MySQL)
15.2. SQL Commands (Managing & Using MySQL)
loadable device drivers: 7.5. Loadable Device Drivers (Running Linux)
loadable module support, building kernel and: 7.4.2. Building the Kernel (Running Linux)
LOAD_FILE( ) function: 17.2.2. General Functions (Managing & Using MySQL)
loading code and HTML from another module: 2.6. Including Code (Programming PHP)
loadkeys command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
Loadlin: 4.5. Loadlin: Booting from MS-DOS (Linux in a Nutshell)
initrd option: 4.8. initrd: Using a RAM Disk (Linux in a Nutshell)
LoadModule directive: 2.4.1. Installing mod_perl with the Perl Package Manager (Practical mod_perl)
DSO support: 3.1. Configuring the Source (Practical mod_perl)
local access method (CVS): 15.6.1. Repository Locators (Linux in a Nutshell)
local command (bash): 7.7. Built-in Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
local installation, Apache: 3.9.4. Making a Local Apache Installation (Practical mod_perl)
LOCAL keyword: 3.9.7.2. The LOAD command (Managing & Using MySQL)
local networks: 2.3.6. A Local Network (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
local scope: 2.3.3.1. Local scope (Programming PHP)
function parameters: 2.3.3.4. Function parameters (Programming PHP)
local server application: 15.3.1. Background (Programming PHP)
local variables, freeing values in memory management: 2.3.4. Garbage Collection (Programming PHP)
locale command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
locale system (Unix): 4.9. POSIX-Style Regular Expressions (Programming PHP)
localeconv( ): A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
localhost, make test errors and: 3.3.2.4. make test fails due to misconfigured localhost entry (Practical mod_perl)
localized sorting: 3.7.3.2. Localized sorting (Managing & Using MySQL)
localtime( ): A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
locate command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
LOCATE( ) function: 17.2.2. General Functions (Managing & Using MySQL)
<Location> directive: 3.3. Block Directives (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
Location header: 7.5.2. Redirections (Programming PHP)
<Location> section (Apache configuration file): 4.1.3. <Directory>, <Location>, and <Files> Sections (Practical mod_perl)
4.1.3.3. <Location URI> ... </Location> (Practical mod_perl)
overriding: 4.2.2. <Location /perl> Sections (Practical mod_perl)
<LocationMatch> directive: 3.3. Block Directives (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
<Location/perl> section: 4.2.2. <Location /perl> Sections (Practical mod_perl)
lock boot option: 3.1.1. Booting Linux (Running Linux)
lock command (GRUB): 4.4.2. Command-Line and Menu Entry Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
LOCK IN SHARE MODE clause: 15.2. SQL Commands (Managing & Using MySQL)
LOCK statement: 3.9.3. Table Locking (Managing & Using MySQL)
15.2. SQL Commands (Managing & Using MySQL)
Locker keyword (RCS): 14.3.1.1. Keywords (Linux in a Nutshell)
lockfile command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
LockFile directive: 3.4. Other Directives (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
locking
critical sections: 6.9.2.1. Critical section (Practical mod_perl)
databases, Apache::DBI and: 20.1.5.1. Database locking risks (Practical mod_perl)
tie( ) calls: 19.3. Flawed Locking Methods (Practical mod_perl)
untie( ) calls: 19.3. Flawed Locking Methods (Practical mod_perl)
locking files: 14.2.6. Revision Control Tools — RCS (Running Linux)
locking model: 14. RCS (Linux in a Nutshell)
CVS: 15.1.1. Locking and Merging (Linux in a Nutshell)
locks
DB_File::Lock module and: 19.6.2. Read/Write Access (Practical mod_perl)
deadlocks: 19.2.1. Deadlocks (Practical mod_perl)
exclusive: 19.2. Resource Locking (Practical mod_perl)
file-locking wrappers: 19.4. Locking Wrappers Overview (Practical mod_perl)
flawed methods: 19.3. Flawed Locking Methods (Practical mod_perl)
resource locking, DBM and: 19.2. Resource Locking (Practical mod_perl)
shared locks: 19.2. Resource Locking (Practical mod_perl)
log10( ): A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
--log-bin-index=file option: 4.3.2. The Binary Log (Managing & Using MySQL)
--log-bin=file option: 4.3.2. The Binary Log (Managing & Using MySQL)
log command
CVS: 15.6.7. User Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
gawk: 13.8. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
tcsh: 8.9. Built-in Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
log files
centralized: 5.11.1.3. Centralized logging (Practical mod_perl)
collecting and processing tools web site: 5.12. References (Practical mod_perl)
MySQL: 4.3. Logging (Managing & Using MySQL)
rotation
non-scheduled: 5.11.1.2. Non-scheduled emergency log rotation (Practical mod_perl)
scheduled: 5.11.1.1. Scheduled log file rotation (Practical mod_perl)
server maintenance: 5.11.1. Handling Log Files (Practical mod_perl)
LOG( ) function: 17.2.2. General Functions (Managing & Using MySQL)
Log keyword (RCS): 14.3.1.1. Keywords (Linux in a Nutshell)
Log objects, serializing/deserializing (example): 6.6. Serialization (Programming PHP)
--log-slow-queries=filename option: 4.3.3. The Slow Query Log (Managing & Using MySQL)
--logfilediroption: 3.9.4. Making a Local Apache Installation (Practical mod_perl)
LogFormat directive: 10.2. Apache's Logging Facilities (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
logger command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
logging: 10.2. Apache's Logging Facilities (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
API functions: A.6.20. Logging Functions (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
CGI script information: 16.5. Script Directives (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
cookies: 16.4.1. Apache Cookies (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
16.4.1. Apache Cookies (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
in error handlers: 13.4.4.1. Logging in error handlers (Programming PHP)
error messages to syslog: A.3d. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (r-z) (Programming PHP)
example: 10.2.1. site.authent — Another Example (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
format of log files: 10.2. Apache's Logging Facilities (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
functions for: A.1. PHP Functions by Category (Programming PHP)
logs directory: 1.2. How Apache Works (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
module for: 21.3. The Module Structure (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
opening connection to system logger: A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
session errors: 7.6.2.3. Custom storage (Programming PHP)
SSL activity: 11.8.1. Apache-SSL Directives for Apache v1.3 (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
URL substitutions: 8.2. Rewrite (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
logging (Apache request processing): 1.4. Apache 1.3 Request Processing Phases (Practical mod_perl)
logging out of sessions: 11.5. Managing Sessions (Managing & Using MySQL)
logging-phase handlers, modules: B. Apache Perl Modules (Practical mod_perl)
B.16.1. Apache::RedirectLogFix—Correct Status While Logging (Practical mod_perl)
logical operators: 3.8.1. Logical Operators (Managing & Using MySQL)
17.1.4. Logical Operators (Managing & Using MySQL)
2.4.10. Logical Operators (Programming PHP)
logical operators (expr): 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
login
overview: 4.1. Logging In (Running Linux)
passwords, setting: 4.2. Setting a Password (Running Linux)
troubleshooting: 3.3.4.3. Problems logging in (Running Linux)
login command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
CVS: 15.6.7. User Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
tcsh: 8.9. Built-in Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
login shells, changing (chsh): 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
login startup file: 4.15. Startup Files (Running Linux)
logincheck( ): 11.3.2. Opening and Using a Database Connection (Managing & Using MySQL)
11.5. Managing Sessions (Managing & Using MySQL)
logins
display of
bad login attempts (lastb): 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
last: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
lastlog: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
' '
KDE, management in: 18.3.10.3. Login Manager (Linux in a Nutshell)
loginsh variable (tcsh): 8.4.3. Predefined Shell Variables (Linux in a Nutshell)
Logitech mice: 10.4. Configuring XFree86 (Running Linux)
logname command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
LOGNAME environment variable (tcsh): 8.4.6. Environment Variables (Linux in a Nutshell)
logout command
bash: 7.7. Built-in Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
CVS: 15.6.7. User Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
tcsh: 8.9. Built-in Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
logout variable (tcsh): 8.4.3. Predefined Shell Variables (Linux in a Nutshell)
logrotate command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
logrotate utility: 4.3.4. Log Rotation (Managing & Using MySQL)
logs
printer error: 8.4.5.3. The rest of the printcap variables (Running Linux)
rotating: 8.3. Managing System Logs (Running Linux)
system management: 8.3. Managing System Logs (Running Linux)
logs directory: 2.1. What's Behind an Apache Web Site? (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
specifying location of: 2.5.3. ServerRoot (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
long data type: A.2b. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (f-i) (Programming PHP)
storing integers as: 14.6. The pval/zval Data Type (Programming PHP)
LONGBLOB data type: 3.4.3. Binary Data Types (Managing & Using MySQL)
16.2. String Data Types (Managing & Using MySQL)
long2ip( ): A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
longmess macro: 21.7.5. mod_perl gdb Debug Macros (Practical mod_perl)
long_query_time variable: 4.3.3. The Slow Query Log (Managing & Using MySQL)
LONGTEXT data type: 16.2. String Data Types (Managing & Using MySQL)
storage space required by: 3.4.2. Character Types (Managing & Using MySQL)
look command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
lookahead and lookbehind assertions: 4.10.10. Lookahead and Lookbehind (Programming PHP)
conditional expressions: 4.10.12. Conditional Expressions (Programming PHP)
lookup, symbolic links: 11.7. Symbolic Links Lookup (Practical mod_perl)
loop constructs in PHP: 11.1.1. A Short Language Primer (Managing & Using MySQL)
loop devices, setting up (losetup): 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
loopback address: 15.1.1. TCP/IP Concepts (Running Linux)
15.1.3.1. Your network configuration (Running Linux)
loopback addresses: 2.3.3. Running Apache Under Unix (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
looping over array elements with each( ): 5.7.2. The Iterator Functions (Programming PHP)
loops: 2.5. Flow-Control Statements (Programming PHP)
do/while: 2.5.3. while (Programming PHP)
foreach: 2.2.5. Arrays (Programming PHP)
5.7.1. The foreach Construct (Programming PHP)
Template Toolkit language: D.4. Template Toolkit Language (Practical mod_perl)
while: 2.5.3. while (Programming PHP)
losetup command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
Lout package (printing): 8.4.4. Checking Print Utilities (Running Linux)
LOWER( ) function: 17.2.2. General Functions (Managing & Using MySQL)
lp command: 9.6. Printing (Running Linux)
lp variable (printcap): 8.4.5.3. The rest of the printcap variables (Running Linux)
LPAD( ) function: 17.2.2. General Functions (Managing & Using MySQL)
lpadmin command: 9.6. Printing (Running Linux)
lpc command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
lpc utility: 8.4.7. Print Filters (Running Linux)
8.4.11. Exercising the Printer Daemon (Running Linux)
9.6. Printing (Running Linux)
implementing: 8.4.12. Controlling Printer Services with lpc (Running Linux)
lpd command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
lpd daemon: 2.2. Overview of Networking (Linux in a Nutshell)
8.4. Managing Print Services (Running Linux)
implementing: 8.4.11. Exercising the Printer Daemon (Running Linux)
troubleshooting: 8.4.14. Printer System Troubleshooting (Running Linux)
lpq command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
9.6. Printing (Running Linux)
lpr command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
9.6. Printing (Running Linux)
lprm command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
9.6. Printing (Running Linux)
LPRng line printer daemon: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
printer capability database, inspection and repair: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
lpstat command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
9.6. Printing (Running Linux)
lptest command: 8.4.11. Exercising the Printer Daemon (Running Linux)
lptest file: 8.4.1. Checking Printer Hardware (Running Linux)
ls command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
4.4.2. Listing Files (Running Linux)
ftp: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
ls-F command (tcsh): 8.9. Built-in Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
lsattr command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
LS_COLORS environment variable: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
LS_COLORS environment variable (tcsh): 8.4.6. Environment Variables (Linux in a Nutshell)
lshift command (gawk): 13.8. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
lsmod command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
lsmod command, listing loaded drivers: 7.5. Loadable Device Drivers (Running Linux)
lstat( ): A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
< (angle bracket, left)
converting to HTML entity: 4.5.1.1. Entity-quoting all special characters (Programming PHP)
< (less than) operator: 2.4.8. Comparison Operators (Programming PHP)
in string comparisons: 4.6.1. Exact Comparisons (Programming PHP)
<= (less than or equal to) operator: 2.4.8. Comparison Operators (Programming PHP)
in string comparisons: 4.6.1. Exact Comparisons (Programming PHP)
<< (left shift) operator: 2.4.9. Bitwise Operators (Programming PHP)
<<< (heredoc identifier): 4.1.4. Here Documents (Programming PHP)
< (left angle bracket)
in Boolean mode searches: 3.9.1.3. Boolean mode (Managing & Using MySQL)
less-than comparison operator: 3.8. SQL Operators (Managing & Using MySQL)
17.1.3. Comparison Operators (Managing & Using MySQL)
<= (less-than-or-equal-to comparison operator): 3.8. SQL Operators (Managing & Using MySQL)
17.1.3. Comparison Operators (Managing & Using MySQL)
< (less than sign), input redirection: 4.9. Saving Your Output (Running Linux)
ltrim( ): 4.4.1. Removing Whitespace (Programming PHP)
A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
LTRIM( ) function: 17.2.2. General Functions (Managing & Using MySQL)
<script> tags, enclosing PHP code in: 2.7.4. Script Style (Programming PHP)
<xsp:expr> tag: E.3.2. Handling Cookies (Practical mod_perl)
LUGs (Linux User Groups): 0.. Linux User Groups (Linux in a Nutshell)
Luhn checksum: 4.9.3.1. Matching (Programming PHP)
Lutz, Mark: 10. Python (Managing & Using MySQL)
lwp-request, testing mod_perl status: 3.10.5. Testing via lwp-request (Practical mod_perl)
LWP::UserAgent, spoofs and: 14.2.3. Small Input, Big Damage (Practical mod_perl)
Lynx browser: 16.1.1. Using Konqueror and Other Web Browsers (Running Linux)
LyX word processor: 9.3.1. Word Processors (Running Linux)

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