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Debian Administrator's Handbook
Debian Squeeze from Discovery to Mastery: The purpose of this book is to show the many aspects of Debian so you can make an informed decision when choosing. hot
developerWorks is a free on-line resource for tools, code, tips, education,
on-line tutorials and more. The site is for developers with focus on world-wide open standards and cross-platform technologies such as Java, XML, Linux, Security, Web, Unicode and Open-Source. Get relevant information from both industry-leading sources as well as tapping in to the
knowledge of the IBM technical community. hot
RedHat package manager
aims to bring you the latest and most up to date information on the RPM software packaging tool which is taking the world by storm hot
The Linux Documentation Project
LDP is a loosely knit team of volunteers who provide documentation for many aspects of Linux. There are several forms of documentation: Guides, HOWTOs, man pages, and FAQs. hot
101 things that the Mozilla browser can do that IE cannot
lists 101 things that one can do with the Mozilla browser component (version 1.2) that one cannot do with IE (version 6.0)
A Practical Guide to GPL Compliance
An 8,000-word guide to effective compliance with the GNU General Public License (GPL), the most popular open source software license in the world.
A Whirlwind Tutorial on Creating Really Teensy ELF Executables for Linux
explores methods for squeezing excess bytes out of simple programs
Advanced filesystem implementor's guide, Part 6: Implementing devfs
Daniel Robbins shows you how to use an init wrapper to convert your system to "devfs mode" under Linux 2.4.
Advanced filesystem implementor's guide, Part 7: Introducing ext3
Daniel Robbins takes a look at ext3, a new improved version of ext2 with journaling capabilities
Adventures in Linux Programming
course notes, books and other docs about Linux and tcl/tk programming. Programming tools, hardware, winprinters reverse engineering, and much more. Home of the creator and leader of the TinyCOBOL compiler
An introduction to Linux on the Playstation 3
The SonyŽ PLAYSTATION 3 (PS3) is the easiest and cheapest way for programmers to get their hands on the new Cell Broadband Engine (Cell BE) processor and take it for a drive. Discover what the fuss is all about, how to install Linux on the PS3, and how to get started developing for the Cell BE processor on the PS3.
a simple set of instructions and examples for compiling Apache, mod_ssl, mod_perl, mod_dav, mod_auth_ldap,
mod_dynvhost, mod_roaming, mod_jserv, and mod_php (including MySQL, Postgres, pdflib, and IMAP
Automatically Mounting USB, Camera, DVD, Hard Disk and CDROM
Explains how any drive can be mounted automatically when it is needed. For most Linux distributions, such as Fedora Core, automounting works without installing new software. Example configuration for most common devices is provided.
Ben Spade's Linux Page
Linux information and documentation, both
original and mirrored
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. This article discusses the current development state of [anygui], and the goals of the project
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Compliance testing the Linux USB sub-system
an early draft of compliance test procedures for the USB sub-system under Linux
Cross-platform text conversion
This provides a variety of tools and techniques for converting UNIX text files to DOS, DOS text files to Macintosh, Macintosh to ...
Embedded Linux development
learn how to put together your optimal embedded development environment for tinkering with today's hot
handheld and wearable devices. Embedded Linux development broadly involves three tiers: the bootloader,
the Linux kernel, and the graphical user interface (or GUI)
Enhancing E-Mail Security With Procmail
a document that attempts to address the trend towards "enhancing" email clients with support for active content, which exposes end-users to many and varied threats, by "sanitizing" email: removing obvious exploit attempts and disabling the channels through which exploits are delivered
Everything You Ever Wanted From Flow Control
Flow control is usually straightforward: sequence, selection, iteration. And many programmers, having been raised on these primary control structures, have a difficult time seeing what other kinds of flow control might be necessary. This article introduces continuations and teaches you to think about flow control in radically new ways.
Firefox - FLOSS Manual
Mozilla Firefox is a free and open source web browser developed for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux coordinated by Mozilla Corporation and Mozilla Foundation.
Getting Started with Ubuntu 11.10
etting Started with Ubuntu is an introductory guide that helps new users get started with everyday tasks such as surfing the web, listening to music and scanning documents. With an emphasis on easy to follow instructions, it is suitable for all levels of experience.
Gimp User Manual
The GIMP User Manual is a user manual for the GIMP. It is written for the GIMP Help Browser, but can produce help pages for other formats as well.
GNOME 2.2 Desktop User Guide
This guide provides information on how to use the GNOME 2.2 desktop. The first part of the book describes the components of the desktop. The second part describes how to customize the desktop preferences.
GNU/Linux IEEE-1394 Subsystem
This site provides an overview of the GNU/Linux IEEE-1394 Subsystem.
Host multiple SSL sites on a single network card with IP aliasing
A budget-conscious enterprise solution with Apache Web server.
Installing glibc-2 on Linux
document describes what I had to do to get glibc-2, also known as libc-6, installed on my Linux system. It contains a
step-by-step guide to recompile and install all components needed
Installing software from source in Linux
how to unpack tar.gz and tar.bz2 packages, compile and install Linux software from source, and uninstall the software you've compiled yourself
Introduction to Data Communications for Linux Users
everything about networking and data communications except for Linux. You can consider it equivalent of the Net+ course or the network essentials of the MSCE and CNE certifications. Topics covered are OSI Model, The Big Picture, ADSL, Wave Modems, ISDN, Frame relay, X.25, modems, modulation, telephony, FDM, TDM, STDM, QAM, FDSK, AM, FM, RS-232, Xon/Xoff, null modems, asynchronous and synchronous communications, line encoding, ethernet, token ring, NICs, PC hardware, repeaters, hubs, bridges, routers, brouters, gateways, TCP/IP, packet sniffing, etc.
This page indexes all the WWW resources associated with the Jargon File and its print version, The New Hacker's Dictionary. It's as official as anything associated with the Jargon File gets.
Java Application Development on Linux
Written for Java and Linux developers alike, Java Application Development on Linux is a hands-on guide to the full Java application development lifecycle on Linux.
Josh's Linux Guide
A good Linux guide for beginners. Includes all the
basic things and info to get started.
contains the latest news on Kylix the Linux edition of Delphi and C++Builder
Linux and me
the beginnings of an online book by Barry Kauler
Linux Dialin Server Setup Guide
Detailed, accurated and step-by-step guide for setting up a Linux dialin server.
Linux Fun: All the Linux basics
Linux Fun: All the Linux basics is targeted at novice Linux system administrators (and may also help home users). This book is not meant as an introduction to Linux desktop applications like text editors, browsers, mail clients, multimedia or office applications.
Linux Incompatibility List
an attempt to catalog and document hardware/peripherals of all kinds that do not work with the Linux operating system.
Fortunately, at this point in time, there is far, far more hardware that works without any problems with Linux, so this site aims to make Linux users aware of hardware to avoid (or if you want to be famous, hardware to write drivers for)
Linux Java Tips and Hints Page
very informally maintained by Jeff Harrington
Linux Knowledge Base
The Linux Knowledge Base is a searchable archive of Linux technical information, built from the Linux HOWTO's, various web and ftp sites, mailing lists, and newsgroups
Linux mailing lists
Index of 533 Linux mailinglists, fully searchable
Linux MAN pages
Linux MAN pages offers indexed HTML version of the manual pages.
Linux NIS HOWTO and info
The Network Information Service (NIS) provides a simple network lookup service consisting of databases and processes. It was formerly known as Sun Yellow Pages (YP). The functionality of the two remains the same; only the name has changed. Its purpose is to provide information, that has to be known throughout the network, to all machines on the network.
Linux on Libretto
documentation about running Linux on the Japanese Toshiba Libretto
Linux Quake Howto
attempts to be a comprehensive source of information about all aspects of Quake, QuakeWorld and Quake II under Linux
Linux Tips and Tricks
Useful collection of Linux tips and tricks,
from newsgroups and mailing-lists.
With classification by themes
HOWTOs, mini-HOWTOs, man pages, RFCs, IRC networks, books, Linux links, etc...
Linux-One-Stanza-Tips is a series of small Linux related hints and tips, which could be used as signatures with your mails.
tutorials, workshops and news about GNU/Linux and the open source world. Special interests: linux, vim, php, perl and databases.