Some interesting links
- ssh client
- Linux home page
3 Online Resources for Learning the Command Line (For Linux and OS X)
- Sunsite files -
Generally the "best" site for tools and information on linux
- Red Hat's
- The Linux Documentation
sharing on Linux & Windows
- SQUID Users Guide
- SQUID Source (tar.gz)
-- Config Notes
lsof - nessus setup
notes (10/22/07) (doc file)
Apache 2.2.6-1 for FC7 Notes
(10/24/07) OpenOffice odt file!
How-do-I or Quiz Ideas
- SCO home page
- Unix &
- Good reference source on solving Win95 problems
- Tucows - Good source of
Win95 free and shareware.
- Windows NT 4.0 Utilities - An
excellent source for NT utilities and Information.
Windows, particularly 98
Big Picture" by Russ Haynal
- An excellent, though basic, guide the the internet's workings.
- W3C: The World Wide Web
- The W3C is an international consortium devoted to guiding the
evolution of the Web. The group seeks to develop open, technologically
sound specifications to enhance the Web's user interface and
architecture. They also try to find ways to address the Web's societal
issues with technology. The W3C's Web site has long been one of PC
Magazine's Top 100 Web Sites.
- This document is intended to describe Uniform Resource
Locators, widely used on the World Wide Web
- and other media for referencing documents.
- InterNIC DNS Registry
- Whois, registration information, etc
- RFC lookup
- Request for Comments (RFC) is a series of documents published
by the Internet Engineering Task Force
(IETF) and cover a broad range of topics. The core topics are the
Internet and the TCP/IP protocol suite.
"Data and Computer Communications, 8th ed."
- Support for instructors and students using the book.
Lots of good links.
- Simple explanation of ANSI/EIA/TIA-568 & 569
- Personal Data Interchange
- Information on the vCard & vCalender protocols
- InterNIC Net Scout
- Net Scout is an ambitious project from InterNIC and the
University of Wisconsin at Madison, aimed at helping you cut through
the spam and get directly to what's important on the Net. The project's
basic plan is to have human editors wade through hundreds of
announcements, select the most valuable resources, and organize the
results. Although the service is primarily for educators and
researchers, the selected resources represent the best of the Internet
and are of interest to everyone.
Site Builder Network
- Information-packed site features a plethora of articles and
subsections designed to get you designing whether you're a beginner or
a true Web veteran
- Connected: An
- A Glossary of Computer oriented
abbreviations and acronyms by Irving and Richard Kind
EC Resource guide