A somewhat simple init script generator for Linux or Unix. Created 2 years ago, but needed some retooling before being released into the wild.Read more »
Remember back in the day when your computer wasn't obsolete or irreparably damaged by the time you got it home? ;)Read more »
«... Richard Stallman has undertaken probably the most ambitious free software development project to date, the GNU system. In his GNU Manifesto, published in the March 1985 issue of Dr. Dobb's Journal, Stallman described GNU as a "complete Unix-compatible software system which I am writing so that I can give it away free to everyone who can use it...Read more »
GNU'S NOT UNIX Conducted by David Betz and Jon Edwards Richard Stallman discusses his public-domain UNIX-compatible software system with BYTE editors (July 1986)
Copyright (C) 1986 Richard Stallman. Permission is granted to make and distribute copies of this article as long as the copyright and this notice appear on all copies.
Part two of a quick-start guide to the recovering deleted data on Linux or Unix partitions. Focus on lazarus from TCTRead more »
Pictures and a link to a site with a few pages - hidden away - with pictures of those old time computers. The ones as big as a house :)Read more »
This historic TV-show from 1985 ponders on the question "Will Unix become the next MS-DOS?".
This is not about Free Software, but you can see in this show the state of the Unix system from around the time, when the GNU project started. So it is of historic interest.
If you can't read this, you either speak a different language than me or this lead isn't spun properly ;)Read more »
Your Computer makin' you crazy? These error messages may or may not help you out ;)Read more »
Learning Nagios 3.0 is a comprehensive configuration guide to monitor and maintain your network and systems. It is a practical guide to setting up the Nagios 3.0 open source network monitoring tool, installing and configuring Nagios 3 on various operating systems. It will help understand system monitoring and how Nagios works.Read more »