Applications, Tools and Utilities:
Papers on AUIS, the Andrew User Interface System.
The BLINUX Documentation and Development Project, is developing software and documentation for blind users.
Bochs for Windows, an emulator that can run Linux, Windows 95 and more within Windows 95/NT.
Casbah, a scripting and web development environment.
[ell[hat, an HTML-based chat system.
Citadel/UX, a BBS/interactive community/groupware package.
Clearing Center Server (CCS), a new project to create an integrated system to manage EDI, file transmission, file conversion and external applications.
Open uClinux Documentation Project, view/submit articles that are related to uClinux.
CodeBase Database Development Tools, Fast database with free distribution for C/C++ & Java programmers. Small memory and disk footprint.
Communications Processor (CommProc), a general distributed-computing toolkit for quick assembly of distributed applications.
Crystal Space, a free and portable 3D engine written in C++.
DOSEMU, a Linux DOS emulator.
EPIware, web-based project management and collaboration application.
ErrorSpot search engine, error search engine for Linux and Windows.
The Ethernet Phone Homepage, an application that allows real time point-to-point voice communication over the Internet.
Explore2fs, a Windows NT explorer for Linux ext2fs partitions.
FreeAmp, a digital audio player project.
freeVSD is a fully optimised, Open Source web hosting platform for Linux. Allows ISPs to create multiple virtual servers on a physical machine, each with it's own admin and set of applications (Apache, sendmail, etc.).
FreeWorld BBS, a GPLed BBS project.
Financial Software for Linux, both for personal finance as well as business accounting.
A financial amortization calculator, for loans, bonds, mortgages, annuities, and investments. Non-free.
FIPS, a program for non-destructive partition splitting.
Chuck's Linux File Manager Page, description of a number of file managers for Linux and X11. There are reviews, screenshots, and links to managers' homepages.
Fitrix, accounting and business software package for Linux.
Functionally-Overloaded Linux Kernel, As many kernel patches as can be crammed into one space (a single, easy-to-install patch).
Using GNU Libc 2, contains information about how to use glibc 2 with Linux.
Information on GRASS,the Geographic Resources Analysis Support System which runs under Linux.
An overview of GUI toolkits.
GNU Administration Project (GAP), a project to build a new environment for distributed OS administration.
ICQ for Linux, lists Linux ICQ software projects.
ImPress, a WYSIWYG desktop publishing and presentation package.
iManage Knowledge Management, knowledge management systems and software for business growth & communication.
InxUtil, has Linux information on Informix tools, and an interview with Linus Torvalds.
jpub, provides a framework for just about anything you'd like to see done in a browser.
KBasic is a programming language which brings a complete BASIC to KDE. It will include an IDE with a form designer and a complete binding to KDE-like controls and other features.
The Kermit Communications Software project at Columbia University.
LessTif, a source compatible version of OSF/Motif.
linux-access information at University of Utah's Center for Disabled Student Services.
Linux2order, huge database of Linux software apps available for free download or have a custom CD ROM created.
Linux 3D, information about 3D graphics.
Lumenati.com, offers a free MP3/DVD/CD/Streaming Audio and Video player.
Logical Volume Manager (LVM) for Linux, a subsystem for on-line disk storage management.
LyX, a WYSIWYG word processor and document processor.
Magic Software provides ecommerce, development tools, and call center solutions.
Main Street Credit Verification Engine - Linux credit card authorization software.
MercuryWare PForum, message board software for Linux.
Mesa, the free OpenGL work-alike library.
MI/X, a free X Server for Windows and Macintosh.
mnoGoSearch, full-featured free web open source search engine.
Multimedia4Linux, information about Multimedia with Linux.
Information about using Newtons with Linux.
phpGroupWare, webbased groupware application - including calendar, email, todo list, addressbook, trouble ticket system, file manager, new headlines, and more.
PHProjekt, another groupware application.
PowerUpdate, a multi-platform software updating and delivery solution designed to update any kind of software on any kind of platform.
RPM.org has lots of information about the Red Hat Package Manager (RPM or .rpm).
rpm2html, a tool to creat HTML from RPM meta-information.
Relational Databases list for Linux.
Pal's Linux RDBMS Library, A compilation of the best free online readings about relational databases on Linux.
An excellent list of Linux and UNIX Resources.
Unix Wizards, has some information about Linux and general Unix stuff.
SAS for Linux, a site exploring the feasibility of and promoting a port of the SAS system to Linux.
sendmail Information, at Data Lege.
Sendmail Configuration for Offline Use mini-HOWTO.
sendpage, an alphanumeric paging tool.
The Linux Sound and Video page.
Linux Streams (LIS), a software package that comprises an implementation of SVR4 compatible STREAMS for Linux.
TkDesk, a desktop and file manager.
UMENU, a pure console menu interface to Linux commands which runs on any Linux-connected terminal, console, telnet session, or terminal emulator.
The Van, a migration tool from Windows onto Linux; retain computer/server settings.
Virtual Network Computing. a remote display system for Win95/NT and Unix platforms. The software allows you to display a desktop remotely, for example, display an NT desktop onto Linux.
Web browsers for Linux, lists production and development web browsers.
WXftp, a GUI (GTK+ and Motif) FTP client for X Windows.
X: End of Story, contains lots of information about X Windows.
A great page about Window Managers that run under X Windows. Contains icons, resource setting and information on what different window managers there are available.
XF86Config Modelines Quick Conversion Guide tells you how to convert Win95 to XF86 timings.
XFree86 Font Deuglification, how to make the fonts in XF86 look better.
The Linux Game Tome, an excellent site about games that run under Linux.
Generic Internet Games Service (GIGS), a directory service for Internet games.
LDescent, a Linux Descent port.
LinuxGames: Even Penguins like to have fun, an index and advocacy site for games.
Online Game Developers Community, provide game developers with information (via news, forums, chatrooms, and additional resources).
Linux Quake and Utilities, all about Quake for Linux.
SMM, a Tcl/Tk-based MUD client.
Lou's Infocom/Linux Page, all about ways to run old Infocom games.
Linux Quake and Utilities, all about Quake for Linux.
Installation, Upgrading and Administration:
Simple Slackware installation instructions.
Josh's Linux Guide, information on how to install (Red Hat), set up a dialup PPP connection to the Internet, configure the X-windowing system, and much more
Linux Links: Distributions lists many available Linux distributions.
The Red Hat Linux User's FAQ, a FAQ written by users, for users.
The Linux Internet Server Administration Guide (LISA), a new book project.
A primer for Linux, has some very basic information about getting started with Linux/Unix systems.
Linux Distributions Guide, a review of various Linux distributions from Rod Smith (the author of several Linux books).
YourLinux.co.uk, offers hundreds of different Linux distributions for £3.99 a CD.
maxtux.co.uk, a comprehensive source of cheap linux CD's, who ship worldwide.
LinuxISO, a central location for downloading ISO images of most of the major Linux distributions. Includes tips on burning ISO CDs; distribution and book reviews.
The Linux kernel source code has lots of useful documentation in /usr/src/linux/Documentation on your local machine.
Linux v2 Information Headquarters, with information on upgrading to Linux 2.0, including links to necessary program and utility upgrades, descriptions of changes between releases, kernel patch summaries, and links to other interesting Linux sites.
The Linux Source Navigator, navigate the Linux 2.0.0 i386 kernel source online!
Psyched Linux Kernels, tells you the latest kernel versions.
A Hypertext version of the Linux 2.0.28 kernel source.
Linux Mama, is dedicated to offer you all available "unofficial" patches for Linux.
Glossary of the Linux Kernel, has definitions for various terms used throughout the kernel source code.
Design-Level LINUX Documentation, claimed to be the most complete documentation for the 2.6 kernel and associated subsystems.
Linux Programmer's BouncePoint, a page of links to programming-related material on the web.
Gwydion Dylan, an open-source implementation of the Dylan programming language.
Erik's page about Linux/Programming/A few other things.., has Linux information and tips.
Java on Linux Developer FAQ.
FreeBuilder, a free visual programming environment based on Java technologies.
Object REXX, an object-oriented scripting language.
Oberon Resources for Linux, lists some Oberon compilers and development environments.
Linux Programming, a site dedicated to programming resources.
Lemick Basic, a basic-like programming language/environment.
Samba information. Samba is an open source software suite that provides seamless file and print services to SMB/CIFS clients.
Server Resources, a site designed to help with using Linux as a server. Includes guides and walkthrus of installation and configuration of server related software (apache, sendmail, BIND, etc.).
Information about setting up services for Macintosh and Windows Users on a Linux box.
ISP and related information.
Vast amounts of information about ISP and Network Services.
Information about Linux IP NAT (Network Address Translation).
X-ISP, a X11 interface to pppd and chat.
Information about Linux and Wireless LANs.
Linux IPFW Firewall Design Tool, a web-based firewall configuration tool.
The Linux Network Management Pages, have some interesting information about network management with Linux.
The ANGEL Network Monitor, a tool to monitor network services.
mon, an extensible service monitoring daemon which can be used to monitor network or non-network resources.
Woven Goods for Linux, has a lot of information about web server applications and lots of general Linux information.
''Using Samba'', a book available online. Authors: Robert Eckstein, David Collier-Brown, Peter Kelly.
COLD, a network sniffer and a protocol analyzer.
TrinityOS, a complete Linux server configuration, maintinance, and security guide for the Linux novice and Linux guru alike!
The Linux Library has information on setting up various network services for Linux.
How to hook up PPP, a good and quick PPP setup page.
PoPToP, a PPTP server solution for Linux.
The Linux Wireless LAN, a how to document that contains resources about setting up Wireless LANs under Linux, list of drivers, web pointers and background information.
Donald Becker's site, which is thee reference when it come to network drivers for Linux. This is the place to get the latest releases of the drivers, configuration hints and background information about Ethernet (10, 100 and 1 Gb/s).
WvDial is a program that connects your Linux workstation to the Internet as easily as possible.
freeVSD is a fully optimised, Open Source web hosting platform for Linux. Allows ISPs to create multiple virtual servers on a physical machine, each with it's own administrator and suite of hosting applications such as Apache and Sendmail.
A guide on Linux Networking, plus other Linux support items.
Deploying Directory Enabled Networks Using Open Source, a PDF presentation introducing LDAPv3, particularly the OpenLDAP DSA, and integrating various network services (Samba, Sendmail, PAM, NSS, ILS, IMP, etc.) via LDAP.
Infilsec Vulnerability Engine, lists various security concerns for many OSes including Linux.
Pluggable Authentication Modules (PAM) information.
Trinux: A Linux Security Tool Kit, contains the latest versions of popular network/security tools and fits on two floppy disks.
Zed-Zed-dot-NET Crypto Archives, a Dutch site offering archives of open source software and informational textfiles, covering the areas of network security, network operations, host integrity, cryptography, privacy and anonimity.
Linux Firewall and Security Site, has information on configuring an Internet Firewall and Home LAN With Linux, and also has lots of security and related links.
SSLCA, Non-profit ca qualified ssl certificate project.
X Windows and Window Managers:
LinPopUp, an Xwindow port of Winpopup that runs over Samba. It communicates with a Windows computer that runs Winpopup.
Themes.org, has everything you ever wanted to find that relates to themes.
wxWindows/GTK, the version of wxWindows for the GTK.
The Unix Desktop Environment, a GUI window manager.
Software Archives, Search Engines, Linux Watchers:
Linux Search searches metalab.unc.edu, tsx-11.mit.edu, and ftp.funet.fi.
The Linux Web Watcher watches various Linux-related pages for updates, and has a good index of Linux material on the web.
The Linux FTP Watcher, watches popular Linux FTP sites for updates.
Free Software Sites on the Internet, an index list of free software packages with links to their location.
GroundZero, a new repository of hundreds of rapidly updated cutting edge GNU/Linux programs.
Project Independence, a free software repository and web site.
MLSE, the Metalab Linux Search Engine.
LinuxArchives, a collection of Linux software.
Linuxberg, a new Linux software site from the TUCOWS folks.
Linux Applications Directory, a browsable and searchable software archive.
Linux Center, a collection of application, development and free software links.
Index of Alternative Operating Systems, contains links to Linux and many other operating systems and software.
TUDOLS, a listing of Linux software and links.
InterBoard, a threaded discussion system to provide a structured, searchable Q&A area for linux newbies and pros.
LinuxWare.com, an online Linux users group for people interested in learning more about Linux, providing help to other Linuxers, and promoting Linux.
Linux Support Services, a free volunteer-staffed technical support service.
The Linux Buyers Guide, lists where to buy Linux distributions and products, as well as who has good prices.
SearchLinux, a personal Linux help desk site for individuals.
Linux Links by Goob, has a lot of Linux software links.
The Linux Resource Exchange, has some interesting kernel patches, links to documentation, mailing lists and various other links.
code-gurus.com, dedicated to the enrichment and enhancement of the Linux and *BSD operating systems. Aim to help everyone who is using or wants to use a Free/Open Source Operating System from beginners to gurus.
Open Design Circuits, the chip design counterparts of Open Source Software.
Open Technology, an index of Open Projects.
OpenContent.org, a new project to "facilitate the prolific creation of Open (freely available), high-quality, well-maintained Content".