/ Tech Related /
- Heise Online - Themen-Special: PDFs optimieren
- Slides 'round Debian and miscellaneous topics.
- Samba makes co-existence of UNIX && Windows within one network possible.
- LyX - a "WYSIWYM"-frontend to LaTeX. (The LyX FAQ. If you can't get math symbols to show up correctly, see the LyX QT FAQ.)
- Conglomerate - an XML-editor specifically designed to handle DocBook. (lwn.net covers Conglomerate here.)
- A great article on Gnome 2.4 over at arstechnica.com. The official Gnome 2.4 Release Notes are great too.
- Downloadmanager for X. (Debian package is d4x.)
- Howtos, experiences and similar stuff 'round Linux.
- /etc/hosts file blocking lots of ads and banner-sites.
- The BSDs: Sophisticated, Powerful, and (Mostly) Free.
- FreeBSD for Linux Users.
- A Guide to Window Managers and Desktop Environments for the X window system.
- 101 things that the Mozilla browser can do that IE cannot.
- art.gnome.org - everything 'round making your gnome look more beautiful.
- Installing and using Microsoft TrueType Web Fonts in Xfree86 4.0 and Redhat 7.0.
- A font primer for Linux.
- Keeping in Sync.
- GFileRunner - great looking Gnome-Filemanager. The Gnome2-version is called Velocity.
- Endeavour2 - another filemanager besides GMC and Nautilus.
- Where in the world are your Internet visitors? (Countries).
- Cube - 'Tis the season to frag with Linux - a first person shooter for both Unix and Windows.
- Painless Linux Parts 1 and 2 - good description of Linux and it's characteristics for beginners.
- A private site 'bout Mozilla, Netscape & Co.
- Eric S. Raymond's article How to Become a Hacker.
- Find out, what OS you are.
- Debian Linux Logo on Virtual Terminals and Network Logins Mini-HOWTO.
- GeoIP - where are your web-visitors from?
- popsneaker - remote filtering for POP3-accounts.
- mailfilter - similar tool.
- POSIX-ACLs: acl.bestbits.at. Further information: Mailing-List, Library calls for everyday-use programs.
- LaTeX stuff: FAQ, Getting Started.
- Operating System Concepts - kind of a OS-Writing-HOWTO.
- Cachability Checks - check your homepage for browsers'/proxies' cachability.
- Best Practices for Programming in C.
- Great summary of the UML.
- Linux kernel developer (on vacation) Alan Cox' diary and the according translation (believe me, there's a 99.9% chance you'll need it ;) ...). His wife Telsa tells us about his live from her point of view.
- A Whirlwind Tutorial on Creating Really Teensy ELF Executables for Linux - some assembler code writing, interesting concerning the do_brk() vulnerability.
- URPMI and RPM Tutorial, Easy URPMI config for Mandrake (former link was http://urpmi.org/easyurpmi/).
- How to write a Makefile.
- Building a System with the Solaris OS, x86 Platform Edition, for Under $500.
- The Xen virtual machine monitor - a virtual machine monitor for x86 that supports execution of multiple guest operating systems.
- The Independent Qt Tutorial.
- Windows Compatibility for the Linux Desktop - run Windows-programs on Linux using win4lin.
- Questions about legal theory behind (L)GPL.
- Datenmassen im Griff - FAT32-Partitionen > 32 GB.
- Trac is an enhanced wiki and issue tracking system for software development projects.
- VLC media player.
- UGU Unix Tip Everyday.
- Asterisk - VoIP gateway software for Linux.
- PBX vs. VoIP.
- Microkernels - The extent to which simple, efficient operations are a good choice in a kernel interface design.
- UTF-8 and Unicode FAQ.
- SchilliX - OpenSolaris based Distribution.
- Nexenta GNU/Solaris - Nexenta is a complete GNU-based open source operating system built on top of the [WWW] OpenSolaris kernel and runtime.
- Die Opensource-CD.
- O3 - The OpenOpenOffice Project - "OpenDocument for Microsoft Office".
- Owning ideas - The boom in the intellectual property market will not reap rewards for us all.
- Interview mit Donald Knuth - Author von "The Art of Computer Programming" - anlässlich der Verleihung seines Doktor-Titels (ehrenhalber).
- digg - articles on technology.
/ Random /
Actor Wil Wheaton's personally managed homepage... interesting read, great stuff, and other lots of good things there.
One of the most interesting personal homepages I know.
A joint project of the Electronic Frontier Foundation and others to imform you about about your online rights.
Publically accessible satellite based networking - currently for Windows only unfortunately.
Linux-based Satellite-receiver with harddrive, IBM PowerPC (250MHz), etc...
Lot's of stuff around the DMCA.
TCPA / Palladium Frequently Asked Questions.
You think of something, and a machine can tell you what it is by simply asking you a few yes/no questions... try this!
A CD database: is a specific audio CD usable in your pc based cdrom?
NSA's "National Cryptologic Museum", linked to by a Cryptome article.
Mulholland Drive - Review
This is a most detailed review to David Lynch's Mulholland Drive, one hell of a movie.
Be sure to watch the movie before reading anything 'bout it!
DVDs with apparently free shipping - worldwide.
CCC writes about DVDs and CSS.
"Best handling" of recharchables. I have no idea if this stuff is correct...
This german article deals with Notebook-batteries and how to treat them best.
Batteries: History, Present, and Future of Battery Technology
A german article about the different drinking water categories (such as mineral water, etc.).
Interview with Dan Simmons, author of "Hyperion" and other books...
"Diagnostic tools and utilities for your PC"
Two articles 'bout "Extreme Programming".
Linux-PDAs: YOPY (a review), Vr3, Zaurus.
Debian Rettungs-CD auf nur 50 MB.
http://epguides.com/ - "contains Episode Lists for over 2000 TV shows."
Citation: "In the .NET Framework, it's possible to access a private member of any class --
your own, another developer's, or even the classes in the .NET Framework itself!"
Teamspeak, Speakfreely (supports encryption) - some Voice over IP (VoIP) applications.
Word Scrambler Thing - the oderr of the lteter witihn a wrod is not itmpnarot to be albe to raed the wrod. ("Olny") the frist and the lsat letetr need to saty wehre tehy boleng. :)
Links on AMD's Athlon 64 (mostly based on this slashdot article):
at Tom's Hardware,
at Tech Report,
at amd.com itself.
Start Here to learn about Grid computing - by IBM developerWorks.
Durch die Hintertür - Methoden der Kryptanalyse.
THE GEEK TEST.
The Glider: Proposal for a Hacker Emblem.
Andy McFadden's CD-Recordable FAQ.
Java basierte Physik-Applets.
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