SCSI programming HOWTO
deals with programming the Linux generic SCSI interface
Secure Programming for Linux HOWTO
provides a set of design and implementation guidelines for writing secure programs for Linux systems.
Such programs include application programs used as viewers of remote data, CGI scripts, network servers, and setuid/setgid programs
This document is a general overview of security issues that face the administrator of Linux systems. It covers general security philosophy and a number of specific examples of how to better secure your Linux system from intruders. Also included are pointers to security-related material and programs.
This document describes the UART serial port features other than those which should be covered by Modem-HOWTO, PPP-HOWTO, Serial-Programming-HOWTO, or Text-Terminal-HOWTO. It lists info on multiport serial cards. It contains technical info about the serial port itself in more detail than found in the above HOWTOs and should be best for troubleshooting when the problem is the serial port itself.
Serial Programming HOWTO
how to program communications with devices over a serial port on a Linux box
Shadow Password HOWTO
This document aims to describe how to obtain, install, and configure the Linux password Shadow Suite. It also discusses obtaining, and re]installing other software and network daemons that require access to user passwords.
Addresses Linux localization issues specific to Slovenian users.
This document describes how to use the Server Message Block (SMB) protocol, also called the Session Message Block, NetBIOS or LanManager protocol, with Linux using Samba.
This HOWTO reviews main issues (and I hope solutions) related to SMP configuration under Linux.
Software Release Practice HOWTO
This document describes good release practices for Linux open-source projects. By following these practices, you will make it as easy as possible for users to build your code and use it, and for other developers to understand your code and cooperate with you to improve it.
Software-Building and Installation HOWTO
This is a comprehensive guide to building and installing "generic" UNIX software distributions under Linux.
This HOWTO describes how to use Software RAID under Linux. It addresses a specific version of the Software RAID layer, namely the 0.90 RAID layer made by Ingo Molnar and others. This is the RAID layer that is the standard in Linux-2.4, and it is the version that is also used by Linux-2.2 kernels shipped from some vendors.
Sound Blaster AWE 32/64 HOWTO
This document describes how to install and configure a Sound Blaster 32 (SB AWE 32, SB AWE 64) card from Creative Labs in a Linux System using the AWE Sound Driver Extension written by Takashi Iwai. It also covers some special tools and players for the SB AWE series.
Describes sound support for Linux. It lists the supported sound hardware, describes how to configure the kernel drivers, and answers frequently asked questions.
Sound Playing HOWTO
This document lists applications for Linux that play various sound formats.
Spanish Linux HOWTO
The target audience of this document is the growing family of Linux users in Spain and Latin America, so this How-To is of course in Spanish.
Speech Recognition On Linux HOWTO
describes the basics of speech recognition and describes some of the available software
SRM Firmware Howto
This document describes how to boot Linux/Alpha using the SRM console, which is the console firmware also used to boot Compaq Tru64 Unix (also known as Digital Unix and OSF/1) and OpenVMS.
SSH with Keys HOWTO
shows how you can use SSH with keys, passphrase and ssh-agent under console or the X Window System
Tcl and Tk HOWTO
This document describes the Linux approach to Tcl, a scripting langua ge. It is an easy to learn interpreted language that uses a typeless approach to achieve a higher level of programming and a rapid application development. The Tk toolkit is a programming environment for creating graphical user interf aces (GUI) under X Window System.
Covers the basic installation and usage of the teTeX TeX and LaTeX implementation.
Explains what text terminals are, how they work, how to install and configure them, and provides some info on how to repair them. It may be of some use even if you don't have a terminal manual.
This document describes how to use Thai language with Linux. This will cover setting Thai fonts, Thai keyboard and some Thai applications.
The Linux Virus Writing HOWTO
Describes how to write parasitic file viruses infecting ELF executables on Linux/i386. Though it contains a lot of source code, no actual virus is included. Every mentioned infection method is accompanied with a practical guide to detection.
Thin Client HOWTO
How to turn inexpensive legacy computers into fast terminals.
This HOWTO contains those hard to find hints and tweekings that make Linux a bit nicer.
a step by step, example driven, HOWTO on building a very functional Linux box with strong security in mind
How to install and use the UMSDOS filesystem.
This document describes how to change your Linux system so it uses UTF-8 as text encoding.
Unix and Internet Fundamentals HOWTO
Describes the working basics of PC-class computers, Unix-like operating systems, and the Internet in non-technical language.
helps you connect an uninterruptable power supply to a Linux box
User Group HOWTO
A guide to founding, maintaining, and growing a Linux User Group.
UUCP HOWTO describes the setup, care & feeding of UUCP under Linux. You need to read this if you plan to connect to remote sites via UUCP via a modem, via a direct-connection, or via Internet.
Contains a listing of service companies which do not manufacture hardware or create packaged software, but add value to existing products.
Virtual Services Howto
This document came about to satisfy the ever increasing need to know how to virtualize a service.
This document shows the embedded system community how to run Linux on their VMEbus Pentium and other PCI local bus based VMEbus processor designs.
VMS to Linux HOWTO
This HOWTO is aimed at all those who have been using VMS and now need or want to switch to Linux, the free UNIX clone. The transition is made (hopefully) painless with a step--to--step comparison between commands and available tools.
This HOWTO describes how to set up a Virtual Private Network with Linux.
VPN Masquerade HOWTO
How to configure a Linux firewall to masquerade IPsec- and PPTP-based Virtual Private Network traffic, allowing you to establish a VPN connection without losing the security and flexibility of your Linux firewall's internet connection and allowing you to make available a VPN server that does not have a registered internet IP address.
Wacom Tablet HOWTO
Installation of Wacom graphic tablets under linux and / or xfree86.
Dealing with the soon to be hot topic of Wearable computing.
Wireless LAN Howto
explores the magical world of Wireless LANs and Linux. Wireless LAN is not a very widespread and well known technology
This document contains information about setting up WWW services under Linux (both server and client). It tries not to be a in detail manual but an overview and a good pointer to further information.
X Window User HOWTO
This document provides basic information on understanding and configuring the X Window System for Linux users. This is meant to be an introductory level document. A basic knowledge of software configuration is assumed, as is the presence of an installed and working X Window System.
Describes how to obtain, install, and configure version 3.3 of the XFree86 version of the X Window System (X11R6) for Linux systems.
XFree86 Video Timings HOWTO
How to compose a mode line for your card/monitor combination under XFree86. The XFree86 distribution now includes good facilities for configuring most standard combinations; this document is mainly useful if you are tuning a custom mode line for a high-performance monitor or very unusual hardware
This document describes how to set up a touch screen input device under XFree86.