This page started as a personal bookmarks page.
No matter what computer I was using, I could
always get to my bookmarks. This was originally written somewhere around late '97 early '98 and
has been updated infrequently. Please note, when clicking on a link, it should open in a new browser
"News for Nerds...Stuff that Matters" A cutting edge source for the latest Linux
(and most Open-Source software)news. Use flame retardant browsers.
If you read Slashdot, check out Humorix. Segfault is pretty funny too.
I read this everyday...finally a cartoon that I enjoy.
Gabriel Valley Linux User Group(SGVLUG)
My local area LUG.
The first hardware vendor to offer Linux pre-installed. They also host Linux International's website.
Oh yeah, check out their Board of Directors.
Slashdot for adults.
A non-profit organization dedicated to Linux advocacy and much more.
Red Hat Software
The "Photoshop" of the Linux world. Thanks to Larry Ewing and GIMP,
we have Tux the Penguin!
One of the Desktop Environments available to Unix systems.
Available as a free download.
Another Desktop Environment also available as a free download.
Red Hat has donated money to help progress.
A collaborative effort of many volunteers to provide timely information and help for Linux users.
If you use it frequently, please use a mirror site.
A Linux reseller that offers most distributions on CD-ROM for as little as $1.99!
Why download when you can get it on CD for that kind of cash?
The standard in *nix documentation. It's hard to live without a good Ora reference.
Non-Sun page for Solaris info. Also for some misc. Solaris info: Bolthole.com
The Advanced Computing Systems Association.
You can become a "Supporting member" for only $1000.00 per year! Maybe next year...
Unix Users Association of Southern California.
A site with lots of links to resources. Also some general info on *nix.
Unix Reference Desk
An extensive reference site with some tutorials for beginners.
Check out the humor section at the bottom of the page.
You could spend months here. Information overload!
Unix Sysadm Resources
Do you really need a description?
A new search engine that has a nice Linux search feature.
A search engine based on the Open Source philosophy of many volunteers.
Need I say more?
This isn't really a reference link, just a unpaid endorsement.
I love these guys...free overnight delivery on most items and they have very good prices.
Not to mention they had some pretty funny commercials.
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