Debian GNU/Linux


Debian Jigdo mini-HOWTO

jigdo-lite (in the jigdo-file package) is a tool for downloading Debian CD images from any "regular" Debian package mirror instead of one of the few and slow CD mirrors. This HOWTO explains how to use the program for downloading images or updating existing images to the latest version.
IPTraf User's Manual

This document is the User's Manual for IPTraf 2.7.0. Documented here are the features of the program and instructions on its use.
LambdaCore User's Manual

The LambdaCore User's Manual explains how to use lambdamoo, from a user's perspective
LambdaMOO Programmer's Manual

The LambdaCore Programmer's Manual explains how to write programs in Lambdamoo's programming language.
NCBI Dispatcher Parameters

Problems connecting to NCBI databases may be due to the presence of a firewall at your site, especially if you receive error messages about the inability to connect to a dispatcher. This document details how to configure clients to use firewalls, and how to configure firewalls to let clients through.
SAMBA Developers Guide

This book is a collection of documents that might be useful for people developing samba or those interested in doing so. It's nothing more than a collection of documents written by Samba developers about the internals of various parts of Samba and the SMB protocol. It's still (and will always be) incomplete. The most recent version of this document can be found at
Samba-3 by Example

Practical Exercises in Successful Samba Deployment
Stunnel documentation

This manual documents stunnel, a SSL-enhanced client and server wrapper.
The Mutt E-Mail Client Manual

The documentation for Mutt, a sophisticated text oriented mail user agent ("mail reader").
The Network Time Protocol (NTP) Distribution

The Network Time Protocol (NTP) is used to synchronize the time
  of a computer client or server to another server or reference time source,
  such as a radio or satellite receiver or modem.  It provides client
  accuracies typically within a millisecond on LANs and up to a few tens of
  milliseconds on WANs.
The Official Samba-3 HOWTO and Reference Guide

Using Samba, 2nd Edition

This is a book about Samba, a software suite that networks Windows, Unix, and other operating systems using Windows' native networking protocol. Samba allows Unix servers to offer Windows networking services by matching the filesystem and networking models of Unix to those of Windows. Samba acts as a bridge between the two systems, connecting the corresponding parts of their architectures and providing a translation wherever necessary.
VM: A mail user agent for Emacs.

VM (View Mail) is an Emacs subsystem that allows UNIX mail to be read and disposed of within Emacs. Commands exist to do the normal things expected of a mail user agent, such as generating replies, saving messages to folders, deleting messages and so on. There are other more advanced commands that do tasks like bursting and creating digests, message forwarding, and organizing message presentation according to various criteria. VM comes by default with XEmacs.
vnc: Virtual network computing

VNC stands for Virtual Network Computing. It is, in essence, a remote display system which allows you to view a computing `desktop' environment not only on the machine where it is running, but from anywhere on the Internet and from a wide variety of machine architectures.
wmnetselect Manual

This manual describes what wmnetselect is, and how to use it.

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