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Ultra-DMA - an advanced technology which provides for even faster throughput, up
to 33.3 MB/s in UDMA mode 2 and 66.7 MB/s in UDMA mode 4, twice to four times
that of EIDE, for much lower prices than SCSI
User Datagram Protocol - a simple connectionless TCP service
the User ID number of the user that owns this process
To restore the last editing operation that has taken place.
a type of communication between hosts (or computers) on a network where a host
talks directly to another computer. See broadcast and multicast
Uniform Resource Locator: a standardized format for giving a pointer to
information available from gopher,WWW, finger and other servers
USEr NETwork: a public access network on the Internet that provides user news.
There are a number of newsgroups dedicated to Linux issues including the
moderated comp.os.linux.announce for Linux announcements.
a unique "name" by which each user is known to the system. This name is given to
the user whenever they register to use the system
- utility program
Program that supports using the computer. Utility programs, or "utilities,"
provide file management capabilities, text manipulation and archiving. Popular
Linux utilities include grep, sed and kruiser.
allows one to discover information about who is currently using the system.
There may be more users currently using the system, because not all programs use
A set of programs and protocols that have become the basis of a worldwide
network between UNIX systems; named after the UNIX-to-UNIX copy program.
A method of converting binary files to ASCII so they can be sent to other
Internet users. The uuencode program converts the binary file to ASCII, and the
uudecode program returns the file to its original form
a Japanese standard for embedded systems
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