I've got me 2 NetWinder DM's and a developer's account, but I don't
know how much I'll ever develop. I'm no Unix guru by any stretch. But
just to give SOMETHING back to the community, I toss out the
following links to back to my local machine:
New! (98.11.26) As someone who's
never been crazy about less, I found John E. Davis's
most program to be much more my speed. Lo, and behold, it
compiled without a hitch on the NetWinder. Also, the BETA version of Columiba U's Kermit (6.1). So, here are
- Netwinder Rescue HOWTO for
- A novice-level explaination and a walk-through of how to pull a
Netwinder out of the fire. This is based on some more advanced
- My Netwinder
- This is mostly local stuff, like a log of what I've done to get
into trouble, and an RPM listing made before I trashed the RPM
- Unix/Linux Tips
- This is just a list of things I've learned/forgotten/reminded myself
about, while on the "Road to Linux". Pretty novice stuff here.
- Linux Resources
- Most of these links were gathered at the 4th Annual Linux Expo, which
took place May 27-29 at Duke University, Durham, NC.
- My Micron's Specs
- The current? hardware and software comprising my most personal Linux
- Some links to PC
(Intel-based) hardware manufacturers.
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