The Linux-Mobile-Guide is a guide for users of Linux and laptops, notebooks, PDAs and other mobile computers. This guide was former known as Linux-Laptop-HOWTO but was now extended to cover Linux and mobile computer devices in general (laptops, PDAs, mobile cell phones, digital cameras, calculators, wearables, ...) These devices are different from desktop/tower computers. They use certain hardware such as PCMCIA cards, infrared and BlueTooth ports, batteries, docking stations. Hardware parts cannot be changed as easily as in a desktops, e.g. the graphic card. Often their hardware is more limited (e.g. disk space, CPU speed).
This document is aimed at writers and translators of Linux HOWTOs or any other paper for the Linux Documentation Project. It gives them hints at using tools including Emacs and Ispell.
Loopback Encrypted Filesystem HOWTO
This document explains how to setup and then use a filesystem that, when mounted by a user, dynamically and transparently encrypts its contents. The filesystem is stored in a regular file, which can be hidden or named non-conspicuously such that it would most likely be overlooked. This allows for a high level of secure storage of data.
This document describes the setup, care and feeding of Electronic Mail (e-mail) under Linux. It is primarily intended for administrators, rather than users.
This document is an introduction to the world of electronic mail (email) under Linux. It focuses on user-level issues and typical configurations for Linux home and small-business machines connected to the net via an ISP.
Majordomo and MajorCool HOWTO
This document is intended to guide a user through an installation of the Majordomo Mailing List Software and MajorCool. MajorCool is a utility for managing Majordomo lists via a CGI script; many people who are unfamiliar with Majordomo's text-based nature prefer the more user-friendly, web-based interface of MajorCool.
some pointers to Linux software (mostly GPLed) for medical science
MGR Window System HOWTO
Information on the MGR graphics interface for Linux
describes the Miniloader, a program for Alpha based systems that can be used to initialize the machine and load Linux. The Alpha Linux Miniloader (to give it it's full name) is also known as MILO
This FAQ describes the MIPS port of the Linux operating system, common problems and their solutions, availability and more.
Help with selecting, connecting, configuring, trouble-shooting, and understanding modems for a PC. See Serial-HOWTO for multiport serial boards
This document describes the hardware, software and procedures needed to encode, play, mix and stream MP3 sound files under Linux.
This document describes how best to use multiple disks and partitions for a Linux system. Although some of this text is Linux specific the general approach outlined here can be applied to many other multi tasking operating systems.
Multicast over TCP/IP HOWTO
This HOWTO tries to cover most aspects related to multicast over TCP/IP networks.
This HOWTO covers the procedures for using removable hard disks to install and manage multiple alternative operating systems while leaving a single fixed disk to permanently house and protect the primary operating system. It is very scalable and offers a good degree of protection to and a stable disk environment for the primary operating system.
Mutt-i, GnuPG and PGP HOWTO
This document briefly explains how to configure Mutt-i, PGP and GnuPG in its diferents versions (2.6.x, 5.x and GnuPG), noting the common problems that can occur while sending signed or encrypted mail to be read by mail clients not PGP/MIME compliants as defined in RFC2015 and in other operating systems. It also includes an example of procmail configuration to send the public keys automatically to received e-mails asking for it, as a key servers does.
Networking Overview HOWTO
The purpose of this document is to give an overview of the networking capabilities of the Linux Operating System and to provide pointers for further information and implementation details.
This document describes the best practice guidelines around how to configure Linux NFS properly in production environments. It discusses server and client configuration, as well as security and performance tuning.
This document describes how to configure Linux as NIS(YP) or NIS+ client and how to install as NIS server.
Online Troubleshooting Resources HOWTO
Troubleshooting a Linux-related issue is often perceived as a difficult task. But, often, the solution is just a few clicks away on the internet. This document will direct Linux users to resources available on the Internet that provide access to a vast amount of Linux-related information useful in the troubleshooting problems.
OpenLDAP-PostgreSQL Linux HOWTO
about building an LDAP server with a PostgreSQL database as backend instead of the standard Bekerley DB
Optical Disk HOWTO
Describes the installation and configuration of optical disk drives for Linux.
Oracle 9i Installation on Red Hat Linux 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, and on 2.1 AS
step-by-step guide for installing Oracle 9i on Red Hat Linux 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, and on Red Hat 2.1 Advanced Server.
Oracle Database HOWTO
A guide to installing and configuring the Oracle Database Server on a Linux system.
Palm OS Desktop HOWTO
Explains how to use your Palm OS device with a Linux system. Although HOWTO documents are targeted towards use with the Linux operating system, this one is not dependent on the version of unix used.
Parallel Processing HOWTO
This document discusses the four basic approaches to parallel processing that are available to Linux users: SMP Linux systems, clusters of networked Linux systems, parallel execution using multimedia instructions (i.e., MMX), and attached (parallel) processors hosted by a Linux system.
Information on what works with Linux and PCI-boards and what does not.
Describes how to install and use PCMCIA Card Services for Linux, and answers some frequently asked questions.
An HTTP accelerator. It serves fast static HTTP fetches from a local file-system and passes slower dynamic requests back to a waiting server. It features a lean
networking I/O core and an aggressive content cache that help it perform its job efficiently.
PLIP Install HOWTO
This paper describes how to install a Gnu|Linux distribution on a computer without Ethernet card, or CD-ROM, but just a local floppy drive and a remote nfs server attached by a Null-Modem parallel cable. The nfs server has a cdrom drive mounted and exported.
Help with understanding and dealing with the complex Plug-and-Play issue. How to get your Linux system to support Plug-and-Play.
Information on using Linux with Polish-specific features
This document is a reference guide for configuration of Linux and its programs
guides you through the installation of the Postfix mail transportation agent (MTA), the Cyrus IMAP server. The goal is a fully functional high-performance mailsystem with user-administration with Web-cyradm, a webinterface. Data like virtualusers, aliases etc. are stored in a mysql database
A "practical guide" to very quickly setup a SQL Database engine and front end tools on a Unix system. It also discusses the International standard language ANSI/ISO SQL and reviews the merits/advantages of the SQL database engine developed by the world-wide internet in an "open development" environment.
PPP HOWTO shows how to connect your Linux PC to a PPP server, how to use PPP to link two LANs together and provides one method of setting up your Linux computer as a PPP
server.The document also provides help in debugging non-functional PPP connections.
this document describes, how you can make a PPP-link between a LINUX host operating as client and a Windows NT server using the MS-CHAP protocol with callback.
This document is based on the PPP/NT HOWTO
PPPOE with Bandwidth Management for OpenBSD
The PPPOE with Bandwidth Management for OpenBSD Howto is a document which explains how to build an OpenBSD based router for a small flat-sharing community with four residents.
A collection of information on how to generate, preview, print and fax anything under Linux (and other Unices in general).
Printing Usage HOWTO
How to use the printing system for a variety of file types and options
Describes how to use Psion palmtops with Linux, but does not cover running Linux on a Psion palmtop.
Treiber.li has written a qmail/vpopmail-Installation
HOWTO in German.
QoS Connection Tuning HOWTO
describes how to enhance your connection with QoS, iptables and iproute2
Quake HOWTO explains how to install, run and troubleshoot Quake, QuakeWorld and Quake II on an Intel Linux system.
Reading List HOWTO
Interesting books pertaining to Linux subjects
RedHat CD HOWTO
Describes how to make your own CDs from the Red Hat Linux distribution equivalent to the ones commercially available from Red Hat.
RedHat-CD HOWTO describes how to make your own CDs from the Red Hat Linux distribution equivalent to the ones commercially available from Red Hat. The structure of the distribution is described, as well as the procedure needed to include updated RPMS into the distribution.
RHE Linux MRTG Configuration HOW-TO
discusses configuration of MRTG. It shows how to configure (and install) MRTG and snmp server (if not configured) properly
Root RAID HOWTO cookbook
provides a cookbook for creating a root mounted raid filesystem and companion fallback rescue system using linux initrd. There are complete step-by-step instruction for both raid1 and raid5 md0 devices. Each step is accompanied by an explanation of it's purpose. Included with this revision is a generic linuxrc initrd file which may be configured with a single three line /etc/raidboot.conf file for raid1 and raid5 configurations
How to use the Red Hat Package Manager (.rpm)
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