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6.1 General

Translates many general Sysadmin tools and commands to work on different Unix platforms.

(Rosetta Stone)

by howe81 See Profile
last modified: 2002-05-12 06:11:35

A summary of useful commands in .PDF format called the "One Page Linux Manual" are at:
http://www.dslreports.com/forum/remark,1742601~root=unixdsl~mode=flat.

The home page for "The One Page Linux Manual" can be found at http://www.powerup.com.au/~squadron.

by Maranello See Profile edited by howe81 See Profile

Contains a list of links for Linux

(Linux links page)

by DaveW$ See Profile edited by howe81 See Profile

Want to have a look on how *nix evolved and what flavors there are?

Have a look here:

(*NIX History)

by howe81 See Profile edited by bmn See Profile
last modified: 2004-10-30 22:36:14

List of UNIX derivatives and variants.

(UNIX and it's Derivatives)

by howe81 See Profile

Sysinfo script for Linux can be found at our very own All things UNIX forum thanks to Den.

(Sysinfo for Linux)

by howe81 See Profile

Linux Hardware information, drivers and modules.

(ZDNet's Linux Hardware Database)
(LinuxHardware Database)
(Linux.com Hardware Database)

by howe81 See Profile

Need help with Linux? Find it here. . .

(LinuxSelfhelp)

by howe81 See Profile

BootPart is an easy tool for adding one partition in the Windows NT multi boot menu (by samples, OS/2 boot manager or Linux partition).

Bootpart 2.20 is compatible with Windows NT, Windows 2000 and Windows XP.

BOOTPART lets you add partitions in the Windows NT/2K/XP Multiboot menu. Usually, you only have an MSDOS or Windows 95 entry and one (or several) entries on the Windows NT multiboot.

With BOOTPART, you can add any partition on the menu. You can add OS/2 Multiboot, or Linux Partition (with Lilo) in the menu.

The only thing I highly suggest : your active partition on your first hard disk must be a FAT16 primary partition. This can be a small partition.

It seems it's actually impossible add an HPFS partition with OS/2 boot. If you find a workaround, please let me know.

BOOTPART creates a 512 bytes file which contains an image of a boot sector that loads the boot sector of the partition. After, this file is declared in C:\BOOT.INI (a text file used by Windows NT boot menu). The boot sector comes from FDFormat and WinImage.

Download here http://www.winimage.com/bootpart.htm

by candle$ See Profile edited by howe81 See Profile

»www.tldp.org/HOWTO/HOWTO-INDEX/index.html

by davidsmind See Profile edited by howe81 See Profile
last modified: 2003-07-17 06:38:19

You can find a two page Linux "manual" at »homepage.powerup.com.au/~squadron/. It contains lots of useful commands for use in the command line.

by Techie2000 See Profile edited by howe81 See Profile
last modified: 2002-04-25 23:49:02

Deviantart.com
BreedArt.org
EndEffect.com

You might also wish to try:

KDElook.org
DeskMod.com

by imeridian See Profile edited by howe81 See Profile
last modified: 2002-05-05 04:53:04

GKrellM. Find it at www.gkrellm.net.

by adsf$ See Profile edited by howe81 See Profile
last modified: 2002-05-07 03:51:54

This book covers GNU/LINUX system administration, for popular distributions like RedHat and Debian, as a tutorial for new users and a reference for advanced administrators. It aims to give concise, thorough explanations and practical examples of each aspect of a UNIX system. Anyone who wants a comprehensive text on (what is commercially called) ``LINUX'' need look no further--there is little that is not covered here. (Section 1.1 - LINUX: Rute User's Tutorial and Exposition, Version 1)

(»rute.sourceforge.net)

by hotshotDJ See Profile edited by howe81 See Profile
last modified: 2002-07-29 20:40:39

(Devices and Linux)

by howe81 See Profile

(The Linux Boot Process)

by howe81 See Profile

In the link below you will find a wealth of useful information covering the administration of your UNIX system.

(R870: Unix System Administration - A Survival Course)

by N9ZN See Profile edited by howe81 See Profile

Gotmail is a perl script that grabs your emails from Hotmail and either saves them as files or forwards them to another email address of your choice, provided you have sendmail running on your linux box.

Just download from »www.hawkins.emu.id.au/gotmail/, and make sure you look at the readme file for instructions on how to use. There is a sample .gotmailrc file that you can edit and place on your home directory to automate the whole process.

(Gotmail)

Thanks to freerock

by jhboricua See Profile edited by howe81 See Profile
last modified: 2003-06-15 07:24:20

To setup passwordless access to another computer, using ssh-agent and ssh-add, you can go here.

by phriday613 See Profile edited by howe81 See Profile
last modified: 2003-12-24 05:44:36