- MMBase Mini-HOWTO: Installation on Debian Woody - briefly describes how to set up MMBase
on a Debian Gnu/Linux (Woody) system while using as much default packages as possible.
- Linux MP3 CD Burning mini-HOWTO - A complete recipe for creating audio and data
CDs from MP3 files.
- Connecting to MS SQL 6.x+ via Openlink/PHP/ODBC mini-HOWTO - How to
connect to MS SQL 6.x+ database server via ODBC functions of PHP3(3.0.1x or above) compiled with Openlink drivers under Linux.
- Linux Mail-Queue mini-HOWTO - Queue Remote Mail + Deliver Local Mail The
Configuration Changes Neccessary to Make Sendmail Deliver Local Mail ***Now*** While Stashing Remote Mail in The Queue Until "I Say
- Mail2News Mini-Howto - describes how to set up your news server and the mail2news
software to link mailing lists to local news groups.
- Linux Man Page Howto - explains what you should bear in mind when you are going to
write on-line documentation -- a so-called man page -- that you want to make accessible via the man(1) command.
- Linux Kernel Modules Installation HOWTO - Describes the installation of Linux kernel
- Mozilla Optimization Mini-HOWTO - discusses how to make configuration and
source level customizations of Mozilla to make it more suitable as a primary browser for Linux and X Windows.
- Development for Multiple Linux Distributions mini-HOWTO - outlines a quick
hack to aid in developing and testing user-space programs for multiple Linux distributions.
- Multiboot with GRUB Mini-HOWTO - describes how to install Windows 98,
Windows 2000, DOS and Linux using GRUB.
- NCD X terminal mini HOWTO - describes how to connect an NCD X terminal to a UNIX
- NFS-Root mini-HOWTO - explains how to set up a ``diskless'' Linux workstation, which
mounts its root filesystems via NFS.
- News Leafsite mini-HOWTO - will help you to configure a small leafsite for Usenet
News using the free software package Leafnode.
- Nvidia OpenGL Configuration mini-HOWTO - about how to install the
OpenGL drivers for Nvidia graphics cards on Linux.
- MS Outlook to Unix Mailbox Conversion mini HOWTO - covers conversion of
old email in Microsoft Outlook (not Outlook Express!) to typical Unix file formats.
- PCTel HSP MicroModem Configuration mini-HOWTO - The purpose of this
document is to guide you to make your PCTel HSP MicroModem work in GNU/Linux.
- LINUX PLIP MINI-HOWTO - will hopefully let you build and use a Parallel Line Interface
- The Linux Alphanumeric Pager Gateway Mini-HOWTO - discusses the compilation and
installation of e-mail to Pager Gateway.
- Partition-Rescue HOWTO - Whow ! my disk is empty ! My Linux is gone !
If you have or fear to have one day or an other such a problem, read this
- Linux Partition HOWTO - teaches you how to plan and create partitions on IDE and SCSI
hard drives. It discusses partitioning terminology and considers size and location issues. Use of the fdisk partitioning utility for
creating and recovering of partition tables is covered.
- PATH HOWTO - describes common tricks and problems with Unix / Linux environment variables,
especially with PATH variable. PATH is a list of directories where commands are looked for.
- Pine-Exchange mini-HOWTO - documents the configuration of the Pine email client
to be used with a Microsoft Exchange Server.
- PortSlave How-To using the Linux Router - PortSlave How-To using the Linux Router
- GNU/Linux Post-Installation Checklist - provides a checklist for
steps you should take immediately after installing GNU/Linux. These steps will save you a lot of bother if you encounter any problems later
- GNU/Linux pre-installation checklist - a checklist for installing
GNU/Linux (hereafter referred to as Linux) as well as hints and tips along the way.
- The Linux Print2Win mini-HOWTO - contains the general configuration to get Linux
printing to a Windows print share.
- Enabling Process Accounting on Linux HOWTO - Describes the basics of
enabling process accounting on Linux.
- Programming Languages mini-HOWTO - A brief comparison of major
programming languages for Linux and major libraries for creating graphical user interfaces (GUIs) under Linux
- ProxyARP Subnetting HOWTO - discusses using Proxy Address Resolution Protocol
(ARP) with subnetting in order to make a small network of machines visible on another Internet Protocol (IP) subnet (I call it sub-subnetting).
This makes all the machines on the local network (network 0 from now on) appear as if they are connected to the main network (network 1).
- Linux web browser station (formerly "The Linux Public Web Browser mini-HOWTO") - Describes
the setup of Internet kiosk-type system based on Linux to be deployed to provide public Internet/webmail access.
- Quota mini-HOWTO - describes how to enable file system quota on a Linux host, assigning
quota for users and groups, as well as the usage of miscellaneous quota commands.
- Linux Remote-Boot mini-HOWTO - describes how to set up a very robust and secure
server-based configuration for a cluster of PCs, allowing each client to choose at boot-time which operating system to run.
- Remote Bridging with IP Tunnels mini-HOWTO - describes how to unite two
separate ethernet LANs with an IP tunnel between them
- Remote X Apps mini-HOWTO - describes how to run remote X applications. That is,
how to have an X program display on a different computer than the one it's running on. Or conversely: how to make an X program run on a
different computer than the one you're sitting at.
- SLIP/PPP Emulator mini-HOWTO - will describe how to get your Linux box to
connect to a generic site via a SLIP/PPP emulator, such as SLiRP or TIA.
- Saving Space mini-HOWTO - gives you directions for squeezing your Linux
installation into the least possible space. It's particularly aimed at notebook users.
- Secure CVS Pserver Mini-HOWTO - will help you set up a more secure CVS
Pserver for anonymous CVS access.
- Secure POP via SSH mini-HOWTO - explains how to set up secure POP connections
- sendmail address rewriting mini-HOWTO - a brief description of how to
set up sendmail's configuration file for the home user's dial-up access.
- Small Memory mini-HOWTO - Describes how to run Linux on a system with a small
amount of memory.
- Linux Swap Space Mini-HOWTO - describes how to share your Linux swap partition with
- Sybase-PHP-Apache mini-HOWTO - explains how to set up a Linux machine to run
an Apache web server using PHP to access a Sybase-ASE database.
- TrueType Fonts in Debian mini-HOWTO - describes how to configure a Debian system to
use TrueType fonts for display and printing.
- Using Term to Pierce an Internet Firewall mini-HOWTO - explains how to use the
term program to pierce a firewall from the inside, even without root privileges.
- Token-Ring mini-HOWTO - designed to help you get up and running using a Token Ring
adaptor to access the network. Generally speaking Section 3 will tell you which driver you need based on the adaptor card you have.
- Transparent Proxy with Linux and Squid mini-HOWTO - provides information on
how to setup a transparent caching HTTP proxy server using only Linux and squid.
- The Linux Ultra-DMA Mini-Howto - intended to explain how to use Ultra-DMA aka
Ultra-ATA aka Ultra33 and Ultra66 hard drives and interfaces with Linux.
- HOWTO: How to stay updated - describes how to stay updated and abreast of the
development that takes place in the Linux world of development.
- Upgrading Your linux Distribution mini-HOWTO - Hints and tips on upgrading from one
linux distribution to another.
- VB6 To Tcl mini-HOWTO - A 15 Minute Tcl Tour For Visual Basic and VBScript
- Virtual Web mini-HOWTO - discuss the essentials of setting up a Virtual Web Site
- Visible bell mini-Howto - explains how to use termcap to configure a visual bell on
one's system and describes how to disable audible bells on demand.
- Wacom Graphire USB Mini-HOWTO - This document describes how to setup a
Wacom Graphire USB tablet for use with Linux (console and X), starting with the kernel configuration to the application level.
- Link-sys WPC11 Mini-HOWTO - a Cookbook on how to set up a Wireless
Link-Sys WPC11 card using a Link-SYS Wireless Access Point/DSL/Switch on a Debian system.
- XDM and X Terminal mini-HOWTO - describes the basic ideas for using XDM to manage X
terminals. It is not meant to be a comprehensive discussion of all the features of XDM, but a gentle introduction to what XDM can do.
- ATI R200 + XFree86 4.x mini-HOWTO - for anyone who owns an ATI Radeon 8xxx
graphics card and wants it to function in a certain way or, in general, properly with XFree86, the XWindow system. It describes the
procedure of making XFree 4.x run on an ATI R200 (Radeon 8xxx series).
- Second Mouse in X mini-HOWTO - Quick instructions to enable a second mouse
- How to change the title of an xterm - explains how to use escape sequences to
dynamically change window and icon titles of an xterm. Examples are given for several shells, and the appendix gives escape sequences for
some other terminal types.
- Connecting X Terminals to Linux Mini-HOWTO - describes how to connect X Terminals
with a Linux host using nfs, xfs, xdm and xdmcp. Additionally, the document discusses configuration recommendations to optimize Linux for
use as a host system on a network of thin clients.
- Zip Drive Mini-HOWTO - provides a quick reference quide on setting up and using the
Iomega ZIP drive with Linux.
- VPN PPP-SSH Mini-HOWTO - A PPP-SSH VPN is probably the easiest type of VPN to set up.
It uses nothing more than the very common PPP and SSH utilities to form an encrypted network tunnel between two hosts.