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Updated on: 29 Aug 2002 at: 1:09pm AEST

WWW -> Linux

Linux - Links
- About Rpmfind.Net WWW Server a.k.a. Rufus.W3.Org - Go directly to the RPM database Learn more about rpmfind and rpm2html Location: It is located in Seattle, on a machine owned by the the Seattle based internet service provider. Credit goes to Speakeasyfor paying for the hardware (not cheap, this one is a big box) and the network access (even more expensive !). This server is likely to consumes a very significant amount of bandwidth and without Speakeasy goodwilling I would be completely unable to pay such a connectivity from my own pocket !. Users on the East coast can use the mirror in Boston hosted by W3C/LCS/MIT European users can find a complete mirror in France hosted by INRIA. There is a new French mirror (with the search engine) maintained by Fabrice Bellet at INSA.Hardware and Software: It is powered by Linux running Red Hat 7.2 for the moment. The box is a very nice setup with 1Gig of RAM, dual PIII 800Mzh, a large and very fast RAID using Seagates 10,000 RPMs drive.
- Apache :: ASP :: INTRO [ apache+asp+perl = perl::apache::asp ]
- Beowulf Project at CESDIS
- Bookmarks for Bill Faust
- Caldera Systems, Inc.
- Daryl's TCP/IP Primer
- DevShed - Open Source Resources for Advanced Webmasters - PHP, Apache, Perl, MySQL and more.
- DevShed - PHP3 Introduction
- FreeBSD Inc.
- Freeside - Billing and account administration software for ISPs - freesideFreeside is an open-source billing and account administrationpackage for Internet Service Providers.
- General PPP Setup for Configuring any PPP/PAP Software
- Gert Doering - mgetty: Make optimum use of your faxmodem in a unix environment.vgetty: Use your modem as an answering machine.MUC.DE: provide personal Internet access for everybody.
- GNU Zebra Home Page
- - Linux simple fax printer server mini-HOWTO (faxsrv-mini-HOWTO)
- Cistron RADIUS server - Cistron RADIUS server, version We have a RADIUS server with a lot of functions available on our FTP server. I'll describe it later in detail as soon as I have some time for that.
- HylaFAX Home Page - This is the home page for the HylaFAX telecommunication software. HylaFAX is used for sending and receiving facsimiles as well as for sending alpha-numeric pages. The software is designed around a client-server architecture. Fax modems may reside on a single machine on a network and clients can submit an outbound job from any other machine on the network. Client software is designed to be lightweight and easy to port.
- Important Internet Protocols
- Internet Software: DNEWS NNTP News Server - Add1DB Web Database
- Internet Software Consortium
- InterPacket
- Linux CMU SNMP Project
- Linux Life
- Linux Router Project
- Linux System Labs Australia : Welcome
- Linux Today: Fixing Security Holes on Internet Time
- Linux Today: Setting up DHCP under Corel for @Home Cable Users
- LinuxApps: New / Updated
- LiViD - The Linux Video Project - The Linux Video and DVD Project LiViD is a nifty abbreviation for Linux Video and DVD. The web site is at and there is a CVS repository at The LiViD Project is a collection of video and dvd related sub-projects. The idea is to provide one central location for users to find information and support for video hardware and software. The other major advantage for organizing all the video related projects is the reduction of the amount of duplicated code, and a better collaboration on the design of interfaces. Our goals are simple - provide a unified development and user resource center for video and dvd related work for Linux.
- MiniVend -- Powerful and Free - MiniVend is the most powerful free shopping cart system available today. Its features and power rival the costliest commercial systems.
- MRT Home Page
- NewsNow: Panel - C
- OpenBSD: Multiplatform Ultra-secure OS
- perlWWW
- PHP3: PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor
- Red Hat Software, Inc. - Home Page
- Small FreeBSD Home Page
- The Linux Home Page at Linux Online
- The UNIX versus NT Organization
- Unix Guru Universe
- WebScripts (Free Perl CGI Scripts)
- Welcome to GNet - How do Linux and Windows NT measure up in real life ? The rapid rise of Linux and its growing implementation in a corporate context has spurred many a comparison in the past few months, up to and including attempts to benchmark both operating systems. Still, in the end it's the everyday use that will decide which OS is the most suitable one, and that is why Bloor Research( has spent the past year comparing two systems, each running one of the operating systems. General conclusion of their white paper : the overall winner is Linux, although in a number of cases the difference with NT is very small.
- Welcome to the Corel LINUX Community

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