exists to make information pertaining to Linux training and certification accessible hot
Chuck's Linux File Manager Page
A description of a number of file managers for Linux and X11. There are reviews, screenshots, and a number of links to managers' homepages.
Daily Linux news
Aims to save readers net-surfing time by finding the hottest
Linux news on the 'net and linking to it. A free email subscription
service ensures that a daily news roundup is emailed to the subscriber.
Browse back through the news history to see past news items.
Ext2 Installable File System For Windows
It provides Windows NT4.0/2000/XP/2003 with full access to Linux Ext2 volumes (read access and write access). This may be useful if you have installed both Windows and Linux as a dual boot environment on your computer.
links to free GIS tools and geographic data are collected
a resource center for Free Operating Systems. It provides Articles, Documentation, Download Sites, News, Links and anything related to all Free Operating Systems
the news and community site for Ghostscript
a web site providing high-level educational and practical resources for the Gnu Image Manipulation Program, a.k.a. the GIMP, and seeking to promote its skillful and knowledgeable use
hamsoft is an overview of linux software for amateur radio operators.
HTCFlasher (formerly known as HERMflasher) is a tool which allows you to flash ROMs on most current HTC devices. It has some extra features that the original HTC RUU doesn't have. For example, it can present a serial prompt to the bootloader (replacing mtty), or it can dump NBH file contents (.nb ROM parts).
Irish Linux Users' Group
The definitive and essential site for linux users in Ireland
We have our own custom guides for those who find the regular HOWTOs a little confusing. We also just added a new message forum.
Resources for artists/designers using linux.
Linuxhotbox is a site containing some linux tutorials.
LinuxScope: The Linux Package Finder
a Linux package search engine. As
of mid-Feb 2000, it lists around 46000 packages,
5 million files and over 5000 LSMs
dedicated for people that have interest on open source solutions can discuss, share information and collaborate works. Our goal is to provide more solutions information and services for Linux Community
provides the pascal community one place to obtain Pascal technical information, Pascal source code, and Pascal-related internet links
Linux discussion local to the South Bay/Silicon Valley Area (Santa Clara County, California)