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Old 06-11-2007, 08:48 AM   #76
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Originally Posted by tomcdyer
Well,

I have to congratulate you and hope you finish your website soon
Hi,

I do appreciate the comments!

I just got back from a long weekend holiday with the family. No computers and the cel phones were limited access. Great time for everyone!

I'll try an put a little more time into the authoring of the pages. Just a matter of time allotment. Animals to take care of first. Also maintenance on the property, horses do get upset and tend to kick out rails on the fence. I think some deer got into the pastures thus causing a problem for the horses. Thus more work.

I spend at least 30-40 minutes too answer the posts and edit the;
Slackware LQ Suggestions! post. I try an do this at least every 3 days.

My hopes are that the time spent will help everyone, myself included.

Some people are now including the ' Slackware LQ Suggestions!' link in their sig.
 
Old 06-13-2007, 08:21 PM   #77
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Hi,

I've updated and changed some of the format of the original Slackware LQ Suggestions!.

Any comments or suggestions are welcome.

Edit: grammar

I still have some work to do on the original post.

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Old 06-15-2007, 07:44 PM   #78
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Two more possible things to add are:

C programming FAQ (for beginners). Really very useful if you start learning C. These are the most common problems and issues ... and the respective solutions. I think it's very useful. (I'm learning C, and it was very useful for me )
http://c-faq.com/index.html

C and C++ programming language documentation and library reference. Kinda like python.org, only it's for C and C++. Again, very useful.
http://www.cplusplus.com/
 
Old 06-16-2007, 08:04 AM   #79
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Two more possible things to add are:

C programming FAQ (for beginners). Really very useful if you start learning C. These are the most common problems and issues ... and the respective solutions. I think it's very useful. (I'm learning C, and it was very useful for me )
http://c-faq.com/index.html

C and C++ programming language documentation and library reference. Kinda like python.org, only it's for C and C++. Again, very useful.
http://www.cplusplus.com/
Hi,

I've added the links. Good references.

I'm getting close to the 25,000 character limit for a LQ post. I think the comments will need to be trimmed. I will set a limit of 200 links. That way I can get back to work on my pages. Then reference a link to my pages.

My reference links bookmark folder has grown. I need to get some organization for that. Just another thing to add to the 'ToDo'.

My hope is that the 'Slackware LQ Suggestions!' has helped the user's.
 
Old 06-19-2007, 08:43 AM   #80
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Hi,

I've added the Slackware 12.0 RC1 links. Also unofficial iso Slackware 12 rc1 links.

Also trimming to allow future links.
 
Old 06-20-2007, 12:19 PM   #81
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Hi,

I decided to include the links in this post! This should allow me to get to the 200 links within this post.

Please use this post as the reference link since I will be updating it.

Code:
 Slackware LQ Suggestions Links 'For Linux Slackers'

     Combined list @ 200 links
  1. How to Ask Questions the Smart Way
  2. Linux Counter <- Get counted Get Slackware;
  3. Slack Home
  4. Slackware-11.0
  5. Slackware ChangeLog
  6. Slackware Logos <- Banners, Logos, Propaganda Get Slackware 12;
  7. Unofficial current ISOs <- Slackware 12.0 RCs 'renewed every Tuesday'
  8. Development Release: Slackware Linux 12.0 RC1
  9. Slackware Linux 12.0 RC1/UPGRADE.TXT <- UPGRADING FROM 11.0
  10. mirror-slackware-current.sh <- Use Eric's script to get 12 RC to build your cdrom/dvd
  11. Build your own DVD image <- Roll your own Slackware mirrors;
  12. USA
  13. World
  14. LinuxQuestions.org > ISOs > Slackware
  15. The Linux Mirror Project Slackware Reference;
  16. Slackware Essentials <- Official Guide To Slackware Linux
  17. Slackware Basics <- Intro to Slackware Linux
  18. Slackers Bible <- Slackware Handbook
  19. Cooking Up Some Slack. (CUSS) <- LQ Post
  20. Slackware for PPC <- Slackintosh 11.0
  21. 64-bit Slackware <- Slamd64 Project
  22. system-hardening-10.2 <- General
  23. LAMP <- LinuxApacheMySQLPerl
  24. spkg <- pkg management
  25. Tagfiles <- used by installpkg Slackware Help;
  26. Slackware's init <- Guided tour for Slackware's init process
  27. The system.map File <- Good definition
  28. Shilo's Guide
  29. Slackware Guide <- Desktop Enhancement Guide
  30. Slack '10 minute' 2.6 Kernel <- Kernel Compile guide Slackware Builds & Packages
  31. Slackware Packages <- Packages & SlackBuilds
  32. Linux Packages <- Slackware packages
  33. Slackbuilds <- Repository
  34. SlackPackages By Alien_Bob <- Eric's SlackPackages & scripts Slackware Scripts;
  35. Slackware Scripts <- Alien_Bob's rc scripts
  36. mirror-slackware-current.sh <- Eric's slackware-current script
  37. Alien_Bob's Tools <- Eric's tools
  38. William Park's Tools <- Useful scripts Slackware General;
  39. The Slack World <- Slackware miscellany
  40. alt.os.linux.slackware FAQ <- Help Slackware Linux users
  41. History of Slackware releases <- Interesting
  42. Get Slack <- History of Slackware
  43. Slackware Linux <- List of Slackware resources
  44. Jeepsters Lair <- Dedicated to Slackware
  45. Slackware Miscellany <- Edafe Knabe references Tips & Tricks
  46. Slack_10.2_tips <- Good, works with '11'
  47. Slackware Tips & Tricks <- by Jack S. Lai Linux Kernel;
  48. The Linux Kernel Archives <- Kernel.org
  49. KernelTrap <- Kernel News
  50. Kernel Links <- Good List
  51. Kernel-HOWTO <- Intro & Compile
  52. Compiling the Linux Kernel <- By R. Krishnakumar
  53. Linux Kernel Parameters <- reference Linux Blogs;
  54. Slackware Blog <- Slackware & related goodies
  55. Yet Another Linux Blog <- Open Source, Open Blog
  56. Brief Look at Slackware 11 <- Good Read
  57. Linux Fanatics <- Technology Blog
  58. Upgrading Slackware-Current <- Good Linux General Help;
  59. Linux Documentation Project <- Linux documents to the world
  60. Linux-related documents <- Vast source
  61. Rute Tutorial & Exposition <- GNU/LINUX system admin
  62. Linux Command Guide <- Practical selection of commands
  63. Linux Newbie Admin Guide <- Reference for Linux users
  64. Linux Help tuXfiles <- Learn your Linux system
  65. Official Samba site <- Opening Windows to a Wider World
  66. Firewall Generator (IPTables) <- Alien_Bob
  67. LinuxShortCuts <- Linux Shortcuts and Commands
  68. Linux Boot process <- IA32 Hardware
  69. WINE <- Open Source Windows API on top of X, OpenGL, & Unix.
  70. LinuxEmu <- Linux related emulation news
  71. Linux User Groups <- World list
  72. Script Library Linux Distribution General;
  73. DistroWatch <- Linux Buffet
  74. Linux Distro Chooser
  75. Another Linux Distro Chooser
  76. Linux Distro Comparison Tool
  77. Distro Timeline Chart
  78. Linux Distro Timeline <- Great Linux Software General:
  79. SourceForge <- Open Source resource
  80. FRESHMEAT <- Unix & cross-platform software Linux Books;
  81. Linux in a Nutshell <- Good desk reference
  82. Linux Kernel in a Nutshell <- Good read! downloadable
  83. Slackware Linux Essentials <- electronic copy of book
  84. Free GNU/Linux Books Linux Links too list of Links;
  85. SlakLinks At SlackWorld <- useful Slak links
  86. Robby's Links <- Various Slackware & more
  87. Slackware Links List <- Good list Linux Online Magazines;
  88. Linux Gazette <- Free International Online
  89. Linux Journal <- Since 1994: The Original Monthly
  90. Linux Magazine <- Linux and Open Source in enterprise computing
  91. Linux Format: <- Website for UK's Linux magazine
  92. LinuxPlanet <- Good
  93. linuxtoday <- Useful Tutorials;
  94. Advanced Bash-Scripting Guide <- Exploration of shell scripting
  95. Learning the Shell <- Good
  96. UNIX Tutorial for Beginners <- Guide to the Unix & Linux OS
  97. CLI <- Command Line Tutorial
  98. Hard Disk Partitioning Primer <- Disk partition basics
  99. Recovering files in Linux <- unix & Linux WEB;
  100. W3Schools <- Full Web Building Tutorials
  101. Web building <- HTML, XHTML, CSS, XML, JS, PHP, SVG
  102. MySQL 5.0 <- Reference Manual
  103. MySQL Gotchas <- Good Reference
  104. Tizag Web Tutorials <- Teach beginner web programmers HTML & CSS
  105. Webmin <- web-based interface for Unix system administration
  106. Nvu 1.0 <- Web Authoring System for Linux desktop users & others LQ Reference;
  107. How to Ask a Question
  108. Learn The DD Command Revised <- Great LQ Post
  109. Slackware speedup boot time
  110. Find Your LQ Answer
  111. LQ Frappr map <- Add yourself
  112. CLI Tools <- Must have list
  113. Slackware Stuff <- Ideas for running Slackware
  114. Enabling 3D Acceleration in X11 <- Mega Information Thread Programming General;
  115. Free Programming Resources
  116. Advanced Linux Programming Guide <- Programmers familiar with 'C'
  117. Python Programming Language <- Dynamic object-oriented programming language
  118. Psyco <- Speeds up Python code execution
  119. GCC online documentation <- Manuals for full releases
  120. C Programming FAQs <- Well laid out
  121. cplusplus <- Good LiveCD section;
  122. The LiveCD List <- Very Good List
  123. Slax <- Slackware based LiveCD
  124. GParted <- LiveCD partition & disk tools
  125. UBCD <- Ultimate Boot CD
  126. FreeBSD LiveCD
  127. KNOPPIX
  128. Accelerated Knoppix <- Fast boot KNOPPIX
  129. VectorLinux LiveCD
  130. LFS <- Linux From Scratch
  131. DSL <- Damn Small Linux
  132. Kanotix
  133. Linux LiveCD Router
  134. Linux Live for CD & USB
  135. Spin up a Linux LiveCD
  136. Building Your Own Live CD Tools, Recovery, Diagnostic, Emergency and Security;
  137. Slax <- LiveCD, useful recovery tool - Your Pocket OS
  138. UBCD Ultimate Boot CD <- diagnostic utilities
  139. tomsrtbt <- Linux on 1 floppy disk Good recovery use
  140. Helix <- Incident Response & Forensics tools
  141. Parted Magic <- is ~30MB LiveCD/USB
  142. PHLAK <- Security LiveCD
  143. TRK <- Trinity Rescue Kit
  144. Partition Manager <- Ranish boot manager & HD partition tool
  145. Knoppix STD 0.1 <- Security Tool
  146. KNOPPIX <- useful tools available
  147. (R)ecovery (I)s (P)ossible <- RIP Slackware Linux rescue system Wiki;
  148. LQWiki
  149. LQWiki_Linux-Unix
  150. LQWiki M$ Switch to Linux <- Which Windows users should switch to Linux?
  151. LQWiki_hardware <- Hardware General
  152. SlackWiki
  153. SlackWiki_Windows_Partitions
  154. Alien_Bob's Wiki
  155. DSLWiki
  156. Linux-Wikipedia
  157. UNIX-Kernel-Wiki
  158. Linux Laptop Wiki
  159. Linux.Ars <- Diskless compute farms Laptops & Mobil;
  160. Linux Laptop & Notebook <- Installation Guides list 'Good' Desktop General;
  161. Bashburn <- instead of k3b
  162. Using multimedia keys <- Window Manager reference
  163. OO Extras <- Templates
  164. Open Source Presentation Templates <- Good Desktop Environments;
  165. KDE <- K Desktop Environment
  166. GNOME <- Desktop environment
  167. Dropline <- Gnome
  168. Freerock <- Gnome
  169. Gware <- Gnome Desktop Window Managers;
  170. Windows Managers Explained <- Old but informative
  171. Window Managers <- Review, old but informative
  172. Window Manager of the Year <- LQ Download
  173. XFCE Home Review FAQ <-
  174. xfwm4 Home Review FAQ <-
  175. Blackbox Home Review FAQ <-
  176. FluxBox Home Review FAQ <-
  177. Enlightenment Home Review FAQ <-
  178. Window Maker Home Review FAQ <-
  179. MetaCity Home Review FAQ <-
  180. Ion Home Review FAQ <-
  181. Icewm Home Review FAQ <- Network;
  182. Linux WiFi support <- Wireless Cards
  183. DynDNS <- Free DNS for those with dynamic IP addresses
  184. NoIp <- Free managed DNS service provider
  185. Learn TCP/IP <- Simple but informative
  186. NDISwrapper <- Implements Windows kernel API & NDIS API
  187. Linux NFS <- Overview, FAQ & HOWTO
  188. Linux Networking HOWTO Devices;
  189. Printers <- List of Linux supported
  190. Scanners <- List of Linux supported Virtual;
  191. VirtualBox
  192. VirtualBoxSource <- LQ Post
  193. VMware on Slackware Linux <- 'Good'
  194. Using VMware Server <- Good + Slackware
  195. Parrot <- VM for PHP, Perl, Python, Ruby, Scheme, Tcl, etc. Media;
  196. DVD-Authoring with Linux <- By Rainer Jochem
  197. ISO, CDR, and CDRW in Linux <- Working with the media
  198. Mount ISO image under Linux <- Mount ISO images via the loop device
  199. CdromMd5sumsAfterBurning <- Good guide Gaming;
  200. Allegro <- library

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Old 06-20-2007, 03:30 PM   #82
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Hi,

The 'Slackware LQ Suggestions!' has reached 200 links. The post to reference is post #81 'Slackware LQ Suggestions!'.

I will continue to monitor & edit the post. I now plan to finish my pages that will contain all the links posted. This will also allow me to expand on the links and information. Allow better formatting with better control for me.

This task has grown into a good tool and I hope that has helped the Linux Slackware community.

To all the 'Linux Slackers', thanks for your assistance!
 
Old 06-21-2007, 01:45 PM   #83
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Original Post

Hi,

Note: See current complete List

I have a few things I would like to suggest to users overall.
A lot of the reference is in my sig but I would like to highlight a little more.

Why not use the Linux Counter? This is a way to track the Linux community and provide a means of knowing what is being used. I would suggest that a Linux user to use the Linux counter. So get counted!

A lot of users, be a newbie or experienced user needs to start using the LQ search. A lot of the posted questions are not unique, so Find Your LQ Answer.

Most people really don't know how to present the problem they are having.
I would suggest that you read the How to Ask Questions the Smart Way.

We have a lot of good online reference available to us. A few good guides to look at are Linux Command Guide or Linux Newbie Admin Guide


I have included my online reference list for Slackware and Linux in general. I would like to append more but LQ limits the signature. If you have any that you would like to include in this post then please do! I'm planning a web site that will be primarily Slackware support. Please use the LQ ordered list format if possible for multiples.

<snip> see code in sig

I know the post has a redundant list but I'm not going to spend time to adjust. I think this will be a great service to the Slackware Community when completed.

Any good constructive suggestions are welcome.

Edit: To add to the combined link list of the first post;

06-20-07 updated

Edit note; I have compiled and organized the links. Any suggestions welcome!
<snip> to allow more space, refer sig code.

Code:
 Slackware LQ Suggestions Links 'For Linux Slackers'

     Combined list @ 189 links
  1. How to Ask Questions the Smart Way
  2. Linux Counter <- Get counted Get Slackware;
  3. Slack Home
  4. Slackware ChangeLog
  5. Unofficial current ISOs <- Slackware 12.0 RCs
  6. Development Release: Slackware Linux 12.0 RC1
  7. Slackware Linux 12.0 RC1/UPGRADE.TXT <- UPGRADING FROM 11.0
  8. Slackware Logos <- Banners, Logos, Propaganda Slackware mirrors;
  9. USA
  10. World
  11. Slackware-11.0 Slackware Reference;
  12. Slackware Essentials <- Official Guide
  13. Slackware Basics <- Intro to Slackware
  14. Slackers Bible <- Handbook
  15. Cooking Up Some Slack. (CUSS) <- LQ Post
  16. Slackware for PPC <- Slackintosh 11.0
  17. 64-bit Slackware <- Slamd64
  18. system-hardening-10.2 <- General
  19. LAMP <- LinuxApacheMySQLPerl
  20. spkg <- pkg management
  21. Tagfiles <- used by installpkg Slackware Help;
  22. Slackware's init <- Guided tour for init process
  23. The system.map File <- Good definition
  24. Shilo's Guide
  25. Slackware Guide <- Desktop Enhancement Guide
  26. Slack '10 minute' 2.6 Kernel <- Kernel Compile guide Slackware Builds & Packages
  27. Slackware Packages <- Packages & SlackBuilds
  28. Linux Packages <- Slackware packages
  29. Slackbuilds <- Repository
  30. SlackPackages By Alien_Bob <- Eric's Packages Slackware Scripts;
  31. Slackware Scripts <- Alien_Bob's rc scripts
  32. mirror-slackware-current.sh <- Eric's slackware-current script
  33. Alien_Bob's Tools <- Eric's tools
  34. William Park's Tools <- Useful scripts Slackware General;
  35. The Slack World <- Slackware miscellany
  36. alt.os.linux.slackware FAQ <- Help Slackware users
  37. History of Slackware releases <- Interesting
  38. Get Slack <- History of Slackware
  39. Slackware Linux <- List of Slackware resources
  40. Jeepsters Lair <- Dedicated to Slackware
  41. Slackware Miscellany <- Edafe Knabe Tips & Tricks
  42. Slack_10.2_tips <- Good, works with '11'
  43. Slackware Tips & Tricks <- by Jack S. Lai Linux Kernel;
  44. The Linux Kernel Archives <- Kernel.org
  45. KernelTrap <- Kernel News
  46. Kernel Links <- Good List
  47. Kernel-HOWTO <- Intro & Compile
  48. Compiling the Linux Kernel <- By R. Krishnakumar
  49. Linux Kernel Parameters <- reference Linux Blogs;
  50. Slackware Blog <- Slackware & related goodies
  51. Yet Another Linux Blog <- Open Source, Open Blog
  52. Brief Look at Slackware 11 <- Good Read
  53. Linux Fanatics <- Technology Blog
  54. Upgrading Slackware-Current <- Good Linux General Help;
  55. Linux Documentation Project <- Linux documents to the world
  56. Rute Tutorial & Exposition <- GNU/LINUX system admin
  57. Linux Command Guide <- Practical selection of commands
  58. Linux Newbie Admin Guide <- Reference for Linux users
  59. Linux Help tuXfiles <- Learn your Linux system
  60. Official Samba site <- Opening Windows to a Wider World
  61. Firewall Generator (IPTables) <- Alien_Bob
  62. ISO, CDR, and CDRW in Linux <- Working with the media
  63. Mount ISO image under Linux <- Mount ISO images via the loop device
  64. LinuxShortCuts <- Linux Shortcuts and Commands
  65. Linux Boot process <- IA32 Hardware
  66. WINE <- Open Source Windows API on top of X, OpenGL, & Unix.
  67. LinuxEmu <- Linux related emulation news Linux Distribution General;
  68. DistroWatch <- Linux Buffet
  69. Linux Distro Chooser
  70. Another Linux Distro Chooser
  71. Linux Distro Comparison Tool
  72. Distro Timeline Chart
  73. Linux Distro Timeline <- Great Linux Software General:
  74. SourceForge <- Open Source resource
  75. FRESHMEAT <- Unix & cross-platform software Linux Books;
  76. Linux in a Nutshell <- Good desk reference
  77. Linux Kernel in a Nutshell <- Good read! downloadable
  78. Slackware Linux Essentials <- electronic copy of book
  79. Free GNU/Linux Books Linux Links too list of Links;
  80. SlakLinks At SlackWorld <- useful Slak links
  81. Robby's Links <- Various Slackware & more
  82. Slackware Links List <- Good list Linux Online Magazines;
  83. Linux Gazette <- Free International Online
  84. Linux Journal <- Since 1994: The Original Monthly
  85. Linux Magazine <- Linux and Open Source in enterprise computing
  86. Linux Format: <- Website for UK's Linux magazine
  87. LinuxPlanet <- Good
  88. linuxtoday <- Useful Tutorials;
  89. Advanced Bash-Scripting Guide <- Exploration of shell scripting
  90. UNIX Tutorial for Beginners <- Guide to the Unix & Linux OS
  91. CLI <- Command Line Tutorial
  92. Hard Disk Partitioning Primer <- Disk partition basics
  93. Recovering files in Linux <- unix & Linux WEB;
  94. W3Schools <- Full Web Building Tutorials
  95. Web building <- HTML, XHTML, CSS, XML, JS, PHP, SVG
  96. MySQL 5.0 <- Reference Manual
  97. MySQL Gotchas <- Good Reference
  98. Tizag Web Tutorials <- Teach beginner web programmers HTML & CSS
  99. Webmin <- web-based interface for Unix system administration
  100. Nvu 1.0 <- Web Authoring System for Linux desktop users & others LQ Reference;
  101. How to Ask a Question
  102. Learn The DD Command Revised <- Great LQ Post
  103. Slackware speedup boot time
  104. Find Your LQ Answer
  105. LQ Frappr map <- Add yourself
  106. CLI Tools <- Must have list
  107. Slackware Stuff <- Ideas for running Slackware
  108. Enabling 3D Acceleration in X11 <- Mega Information Thread Programming General;
  109. Free Programming Resources
  110. Advanced Linux Programming Guide <- Programmers familiar with 'C'
  111. Python Programming Language <- Dynamic object-oriented programming language
  112. Psyco <- Speeds up Python code execution
  113. GCC online documentation <- Manuals for full releases
  114. C Programming FAQs <- Well laid out
  115. cplusplus <- Good LiveCD section;
  116. The LiveCD List <- Very Good List
  117. Slax <- Slackware based LiveCD
  118. GParted <- LiveCD partition & disk tools
  119. UBCD <- Ultimate Boot CD
  120. FreeBSD LiveCD
  121. KNOPPIX
  122. Accelerated Knoppix <- Fast boot KNOPPIX
  123. VectorLinux LiveCD
  124. LFS <- Linux From Scratch
  125. DSL <- Damn Small Linux
  126. Kanotix
  127. Linux LiveCD Router
  128. Linux Live for CD & USB
  129. Spin up a Linux LiveCD
  130. Building Your Own Live CD Tools, Recovery, Diagnostic, Emergency and Security;
  131. Slax <- LiveCD, useful recovery tool - Your Pocket OS
  132. UBCD Ultimate Boot CD <- diagnostic utilities
  133. tomsrtbt <- Linux on 1 floppy disk Good recovery use
  134. Helix <- Incident Response & Forensics tools
  135. Parted Magic <- is ~30MB LiveCD/USB
  136. PHLAK <- Security LiveCD
  137. TRK <- Trinity Rescue Kit
  138. Partition Manager <- Ranish boot manager & HD partition tool
  139. Knoppix STD 0.1 <- Security Tool
  140. KNOPPIX <- useful tools available
  141. (R)ecovery (I)s (P)ossible <- RIP Slackware Linux rescue system Wiki;
  142. LQWiki
  143. LQWiki_Linux-Unix
  144. LQWiki M$ Switch to Linux <- Which Windows users should switch to Linux?
  145. LQWiki_hardware <- Hardware General
  146. SlackWiki
  147. SlackWiki_Windows_Partitions
  148. Alien_Bob's Wiki
  149. DSLWiki
  150. Linux-Wikipedia
  151. UNIX-Kernel-Wiki
  152. Linux Laptop Wiki
  153. Linux.Ars <- Diskless compute farms Laptops & Mobil;
  154. Linux Laptop & Notebook <- Installation Guides list 'Good' Desktop General;
  155. Bashburn <- instead of k3b
  156. Using multimedia keys <- Window Manager reference
  157. OO Extras <- Templates
  158. Open Source Presentation Templates <- Good Desktop Environments;
  159. KDE <- K Desktop Environment
  160. GNOME <- Desktop environment
  161. Dropline <- Gnome
  162. Freerock <- Gnome
  163. Gware <- Gnome Desktop Window Managers;
  164. Windows Managers Explained <- Old but informative
  165. Window Managers <- Review, old but informative
  166. Window Manager of the Year <- LQ Download
  167. XFCE Home Review FAQ <-
  168. xfwm4 Home Review FAQ <-
  169. Blackbox Home Review FAQ <-
  170. FluxBox Home Review FAQ<-
  171. Enlightenment Home Review FAQ <-
  172. Window Maker Home Review FAQ <-
  173. MetaCity Home Review FAQ <-
  174. Ion Home Review FAQ <-
  175. Icewm Home Review FAQ <- Network;
  176. Linux WiFi support <- Wireless Cards
  177. DynDNS <- Free DNS for those with dynamic IP addresses
  178. NoIp <- Free managed DNS service provider
  179. Learn TCP/IP <- Simple but informative
  180. NDISwrapper <- Implements Windows kernel API & NDIS API Devices;
  181. Printers <- List of Linux supported
  182. Scanners <- List of Linux supported Virtual;
  183. VirtualBox
  184. VirtualBoxSource <- LQ Post
  185. VMware on Slackware Linux <- 'Good'
  186. Using VMware Server <- Good + Slackware
  187. Parrot <- VM for PHP, Perl, Python, Ruby, Scheme, Tcl, etc. Media;
  188. DVD-Authoring with Linux <- By Rainer Jochem Gaming;
  189. Allegro <- library

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Old 06-24-2007, 02:14 PM   #84
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Hi,

I've reached 203 links! I need to finish my pages since LQ limits the post too 25,000 characters. I would have to revamp the post to extend the links. A lot of work.

Best choice would be the web pages. Too bad about the limit since the post on LQ would serve everyone better.

I'll see what I can do!
 
Old 06-24-2007, 02:41 PM   #85
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here's some more C and C++ programming tutorials:
http://www.cprogramming.com/tutorial.html
 
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Hi,

Thanks for the link! I'm trimming comments to include more links within the post.
 
Old 06-28-2007, 06:52 PM   #87
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Hi,

Links are now at 205. I'm trimming the comments and structure so as to add a few more links.

Edit: I added another slackware-current mirror to lessen the load. If you use Eric's 'mirror-slackware-current.sh' you can select other mirrors;

Quote:
from Eric's script;

Good rsync mirrors are:
#
# rsync.osuosl.org::slackware/slackware-current
# slackware.mirrors.tds.net::slackware/slackware-current
# rsync.scarlet.be::slackware/slackware-current
# rsync.slackware.at::slackware/slackware-current
# rsync.slackware.no::slackware/slackware-current
# mirrors.tuxq.com::slackware/slackware-current
# mirror.vbfx.com::slackware/slackware-current
#
He has commented the script very well!

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Old 07-03-2007, 02:15 PM   #88
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Hi,

Upgraded the Slackware 12.0 links to reflect the release.
 
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Hi,

I added some additional mirrors for Slackware 12.0 iso.
 
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Hi,

I'm trimming the comments from links that should be self explanatory. This is to allow more links to be included in the post #1.

Still working on my Slackware pages. I think Nvu is OK but still has a lot of bugs and problems. I've been looking at the Nvu forum lately.

I'll start using Quanta+ very soon. My basket is overflowing now. I'm slowly catching up, a lot of physical down time. My wife says to take it easy. So I've been setting in front of the computer an taking all those dam drugs. Legally!
 
  


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