UNIX-Guide: LINUX new links

LINUX new links:

http://linux-poison.blogspot.com/ Complete Dose of Linux Poison
http://linuxguide.sourceforge.net/ A beginner's Linux guide covering topics such as installing a distribution and learning basic commands.
http://www.fedorafaq.org Good fedora core site, exelent for newbies, Also if you want h.264 capability checkout cinelerra (google it) you can encode into h.264 :]
http://www.bsdwarez.net BSD and Linux blog site. Much of my programming and sysadmin notes and how-tos are added here. Most of the focus is on c/debian/openbsd/java.
ITJobsWatch offers a free and unique perspective on today.s IT jobs market. Our aim is to present a concise and accurate map of the prevailing IT jobs market conditions.
http://www.LinuxBeta.com Linux beta distribution news, downloads, screenshots, and reviews. Only Linux betas.
http://www.linuxnetworksolutions.net Ultimate Linux security solution providing Linux firewall server, Linux web services, Linux Squid server, Linux networking and Linux office solutions with an affordable price.
http://www.movlug.com Not only is it the business of MOVLUG to advocate Linux usage, but also to train members, as well as the nearby computing public, to use Linux and associated components. MOVLUG gives basic and advanced help in system administration, programming, Internet and intranet technologies, etc.
http://www.crazysource.org Linux Open Source
SearchEnterpriseLinux.com provides a one-stop information, news and advice resource for IT shops who use or plan to use Linux.
http://www.jungo.com/linux.html WinDriver for Linux automates and simplifies the development of user mode Linux device drivers for PCI / CardBus / ISA / PMC / PCI-X and CompactPCI. No OS internals knowledge or kernel level programming required. Download a free evaluation copy
http://www.rackmountnet.com Industrial Rackmount Chassis Online is an one-stop shop for rackmount Linux system. We provide wide variety products to meet your requirement of customized Linux system. Our products include Rackmount Chassis, Server Racks and Cabinets, Rackmount LCD and KVM switches, Rackmount Keyboard Drawer, Rackmount Server, Rackmount Barebones Server, Disk Array, IPC, Backplane, Single Board Computer, Chassis Accessories, Riser Card, Power Supply and RAID System.
A feature in the sendmail.cf configuration file for UnixWare sendmail(1M) may be used to prevent your machine from being used as an SMTP mail relay
http://arkaig.netresources.co.uk/linux/ Edinburgh, UK, based Linux training.
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/mitc-lug A loose group of mitc, SoIT, & Alumni students of mapua who are enthusiasts of Linux & Open Source Software here in the Philippines and around the globe. ;)
http://www.visiondesigngroup.net UK Web Hosting offers website hosting, e-commerce solutions and domain name registrations.From shared web hosting to managed dedicated servers both windows and linux.
Bits and Bytes - Unix and Linux is designed to serve as a resource center for Unix and Linux administrators and users.
offers lots of CD Ripper software for free download.
http://www.tuxfiles.org Tips, tutorials and links for Linux beginners.
http://grabjohn.com/kernelbugdatabase/ A database being developed to help to track bugs in the Linux Kernel.
http://www.linuxbazis.hu/en/ This portal is consists of several Linux links, which are interested by the Linux Community. Please try it!
http://www.linuxfree.net I do not find Linux frustrating nor overly dificult.....IT IS FUN! It has never crashed on me. Linux is the most stable operating system I have had the pleasure of using. On occassions, a program would lock up on me (usually beta), but I have always been able to recover from it smoothly and without a need to reboot. This site is for anyone considering the alternative operating system or for those of you who are new to Linux.
http://www.linux-tutorial.info Detailed and understandable Linux tutorial with hundreds of questions to test your knowledge and understanding. On each page are "Did you know?" links to other topics in the tutorial. There are also "More Info" pages with links to other sites.
http://www.ctssn.com Linux Tutorial for beginners. Learn command-line UNIX/Linux syntax quickly
BrlSpeak, a braille and speech mini-distribution of Linux. This special (UMSDOS) mini Linux distribution can be installed by a blind person without any assistance from a sighted person. It offers a built-in preconfigurer so that blind users should be able: a) to preconfigure the BrlTty Makefile before running Linux, while they are seeing what they do (under dos), b) autocompilation of the braille driver during boot is also provided, c) and finally, the braille display is activated when booting for the first time. These are three reasons to have a look on the brlspeak site, at: http://www.audiobraille.org/blinux/brlspeak.html
This page is about optimizing and tuning Linux based systems for server oriented tasks
http://www.scriptinstalls.com ScriptInstalls.com Provides CGI/Script Support. *New Cgi/Script Programming for the Dedicated WebMaster.
IBM is contributing this technology to the Linux open source community with the hope that some or all of it will be useful in bringing the best of journaling capabilities to the Linux operating system. Work is currently underway to complete the port of this technology to Linux.
http://www.brownnut.com hinv for Linux - Like SGI's hinv for looking at hardware on a Unix machine. written in all bourne shell. I have had 3000 hits and over 2000 d/l of this since i poseted this to freshmeat 2 weeks ago!
This is the list of Frequently Asked Questions for Linux, the free operating system kernel that runs on many modern computer systems. The kernel source code documentation says that Linux ``aims for POSIX compliance.''
http://www.kernelnotes.org/ KernelNotes.org. Latest Linux information, patches, upgrade info and documentation. Complete search capability of all Linux information
The primary goal of this research is to improve the scalability and robustness of the Linux operating system to support greater network server workloads more reliably. We are specifically interested in single-system scalability, performance, and reliability of network server infrastructure products running on Linux, such as LDAP directory servers, IMAP electronic mail servers, and web servers, among others.
http://linuxperf.nl.linux.org/ The tuning tips in here range from fairly common sense, to really technical. If you have no idea where to begin, or even if you do, we recommend that you read the Baseline set of system tuning recommendations. If you haven't performed all of the tips contained there, then pretty much everything else on this site will be useless for you. We have to assume a minimal standard somewhere to tune from, and this is it.
http://www.linuxdoc.org/guides.html The Linux Documentation Project (LDP) is working on developing good, reliable documentation for the Linux operating system.
http://oss.sgi.com/projects/lkcd/ The Linux Kernel Crash Dump project is designed to meet the needs of customers wanting a more reliable method of examining system failures after the machine recovers.
http://linux.msede.com/lvm/ The Logical Volume Manager (LVM) is a subsystem for on-line disk storage management which has become a de-facto standard for storage management across UNIX implementations.
http://librenix.com News and information about Linux, applications, programming, and administration.
http://jgo.local.net/LinuxGuide/ Ever since I started using GNU/Linux around January of 1997, I've noticed continual change in the state of the GNU/Linux operating system. Large corporations have pledged support for the Linux community and ported their applications to run on Linux. Before my eyes, small startups have grown into monstrous vendors while drawing respected investors in the process of doing so. I have seen Linux websites come and go; some of them slowly died off, while others continued to prosper immensely. One of the major key factors behind this highly dynamic change is the exponential growth of the user base.
http://www.suse.com This a German Linux Distribution more popular than Red Hat in Europe. For this reason Europeans like myself (Irish) will veer to this distro as I can get phone support during my working day and am not restricted from using the security enhancements that Red Hat uses, but cannot be used outside the States.
http://www.linuxgazette.com/ Linux Gazette, a member of the Linux Documentation Project, is an on-line WWW publication dedicated to two simple ideas: making Linux just a little more fun and sharing ideas and discoveries.
This page describes how to convert low-end 386/486 PC's into standalone X Window Systems terminals which can serve as graphical terminals to your existing Linux/Unix workstations.
http://www.linuxdoc.org/ LDP's goal is to create the canonical set of free Linux documentation
http://www.linux.com Linux.com's mission is to enrich the Linux community by providing a centralized place for individuals of all experience levels to learn (and teach) the power and virtues of the Linux Operating System.