Documentation and Helpful Links
My weary diary of a novice (me) getting a Fedora system up and running
on my own computer.
THE place to look for Linux information.
Here is a description of the cryptic ways your PC's BIOS tells you
something's wrong--a table explaining the beeps or numbers it displays.
Otherwise known as "The Linux Kernel". David A. Rusling's well-written
account of how linux and most modern UNIX's work.
Really good listing, reviews, screenshots of many X applications
that you may want to try.
A convenient way to search for linux software.
The most recent additions to UNC's Sunsite FTP site.
A "Matlab-like" matrix/math package with 2D, 3D graphing, etc.
A hack I did in PERL which removes all LineFeed characters from a file. Useful
for using DOS text files in a UNIX environment. This was one of my first Perl
programs, and is included here for historical or humor value. (But it works!)