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Fedora Core 5
posted by dfowensby

The bleeding edge of devel, but nearly useless on the Hobbyist desktop. Not for production!!! A 5 disk monster of bloat that is not for those that desire a nimble and stable ...
210187 7.32 03-21-2006 04:13 PM 46 reviews
Puppy Linux 1.0.5
posted by NoobieDoobieDo

From http:­/­/www­.goosee­.com­/puppy­/ Mission Statement * Puppy will easily install to USB, Zip or hard drive media. * Booting from C ...
36104 7.00 10-05-2005 02:11 AM 4 reviews
Packt Publishing Linux Email: Set up and Run a Small Office Email Server
posted by arnabbh

A simple step-by-step guide to setting up a Linux email server using the most popular free Open Source tools containing : 1. Information needed to easily set up Linux email ...
40243 10.00 09-28-2005 12:54 AM 2 reviews
O'Reilly SSH The secure shell: the definitve guide
posted by Tinkster

From the homepage ( http:­/­/www­.oreilly­.com­/catalog­/sshtdg2­/index­.html ): SSH is a popular protocol for securing your network connectio ...
36311 7.00 09-25-2005 11:48 PM 2 reviews
OpenBSD 3.7
posted by sether

"OpenBSD is a secure, freely available, multi-platform BSD-based UNIX-like operating system. OpenBSD specialises in security and correctness. Its developers carefully and proa ...
22824 9.00 08-03-2005 05:00 PM 1 reviews
LinuxFromScratch.org Linux From Scratch 6.0 Release
posted by t3gah

This book is a complete HOWTO to build your own custom distribution based on an installation of someone else's distribution you have installed, configured and patched before p ...
24894 5.00 06-06-2005 03:04 AM 1 reviews
Puppy Linux 1.0.1
posted by Raul Suarez

Linux Puppy is a fully functional light weight distro. It works 100% from RAM if you have 64 MB or more. It can be ran from most every bootable media: CD, USB ram, HDD, ...
37267 10.00 05-31-2005 08:28 AM 2 reviews
Prentice Hall PTR UNIX System Administration Handbook (3rd Edition)
posted by t3gah

Operating Systems covered: FreeBSD 3.4 HP-UX 11.00 Red Hat Linux 6.2 Solaris 2.7 Topics covered: Hardware config, network config (tcp/ip, dns, nis, nfs, rip (routing)) ...
37254 10.00 05-25-2005 04:54 PM 1 reviews
Kanotix 2005.2 - 32bit
posted by toyg

Knoppix-derivate that aims for full compatibility with Debian Sid ("unstable" branch), it's the easiest way to have a perfectly-working Debian installed in minutes. It can ...
3081 None 05-16-2005 09:33 AM No reviews
FreeBSD 5.4
posted by beoch
8797 9.67 05-15-2005 09:54 PM 3 reviews
O'Reilly Mastering FreeBSD and OpenBSD Security
posted by t3gah

Sample ... Chapter 1: The Big Picture (PDF) Pub Date: March 2005 By: Yanek Korff, Paco Hope, Bruce Potter Pages: 462 Price: $49.95 US, $69.95 CA, 35.50 UK http:­ ...
3584 None 05-06-2005 12:00 AM No reviews
Walnut Creek CDROM The Complete FreeBSD, 3rd Edition
posted by t3gah

Pub Date: 1999 By: Greg Lehey ( grog@freebsd.org ) Pages: 773 CD Included? Yes (4) (Version 3.3) www.cdrom.com ftp.cdrom.com info@cdrom.com
3223 None 05-05-2005 10:48 PM No reviews
Walnut Creek Installing and Running FreeBSD
posted by t3gah

The "must have" companion guide to your FreeBSD O/S. By: Greg Lehey
3184 None 05-05-2005 09:22 PM No reviews
O'Reilly OpenOffice.org Writer
posted by t3gah

The Free Alternative to Microsoft Office* Pub Date: July 2004 By: Jean H. Weber Pages: 234 Price: $24.95 US, $36.95 CA, 17.50 UK Chapter 2: Writing, Editing, and R ...
2423 None 05-05-2005 08:52 PM No reviews
Berry Linux .56
posted by jody001

I found just too many Distos out there, doing the same thing. Same bad distro, some good, and some excellent. If Linux community stop being an S, co-oporate work together o ...
4950 None 04-18-2005 05:42 PM No reviews




  



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