We provide hardware and software support for the following Unix/Linux platforms:
* Fedora Core 3 and Red Hat 9.0 (Red Hat 7.1 to be phased out) Details.
* Solaris 7, and 9. Details.
* IRIX 6.5.4-6.5.12. Details.
There is a monthly charge for such support.
Unix and Linux Podcasting Guide
Podcasting is a distribution method for multimedia files using RSS (Really Simple Syndication). A podcast client allows you to download audio or other media content in an automated and controllable way.
The user simply selects or specifies in the podcast client a URL that points to an RSS feed containing the media file and the client then checks the feed for new content and downloads it automatically.
3ivx - MPEG-4 Technology
For the moment, two plug-in interfaces are supported on Unix/Linux Platforms:
* a plug-in for XAnim, patched version 2.80.1c;
* a plug-in for OpenQuicktime, version 1.0.
Currently supported platforms for these two plug-ins are:
* i686 Linux with Glibc 2.1;
* i386 FreeBSD 4.2;
* Sparc Solaris 8.
These packages are in binary form only and do not contain any source code.
Advanced Bash-Scripting Guide
This tutorial assumes no previous knowledge of scripting or programming, but progresses rapidly toward an intermediate/advanced level of instruction . . . all the while sneaking in little snippets of UNIX® wisdom and lore. It serves as a textbook, a manual for self-study, and a reference and source of knowledge on shell scripting techniques. The exercises and heavily-commented examples invite active reader participation, under the premise that the only way to really learn scripting is to write scripts.
Linux / UNIX FAQ collection
Linux / UNIX Frequently Asked Questions collection offers solution to many common or uncommon problems. Usually it covers sys admin related issues. The questions are asked by Linux newbie or picked up from UNIX chat rooms.
Introduction to Unix
This site provides tutorials, demonstrations, reference, and supporting information for users of Unix.
Linux Network Administrator's Guide, 2nd Edition
The idea of networking is probably as old as telecommunications itself. Consider people living in the Stone Age, when drums may have been used to transmit messages between individuals. Suppose caveman A wants to invite caveman B over for a game of hurling rocks at each other, but they live too far apart for B to hear A banging his drum. What are A's options? He could 1) walk over to B's place, 2) get a bigger drum, or 3) ask C, who lives halfway between them, to forward the message. The last option is called networking.
Unix Programming Tools
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Fedora Desktop Essentials
The objective of the book is to provide the reader with the necessary information to use, customize and configure the GNOME desktop within the context of Fedora Linux.
The Art of Unix Programming
This book and its on-line version are distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 1.0 license, with the additional proviso that the right to publish it on paper for sale or other for-profit use is reserved to Pearson Education, Inc.
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