Web Pages

Table 1.5 lists the URLs of some popular Linux web pages. Check these out to get the latest information about Linux. Perhaps the most useful is the home page of the Linux Documentation Project. There, you can find almost anything you want to know about Linux. The Linux Documentation Project web site includes a search engine that makes it easy to find what you need.

Table 1.5: Recommend Linux Web Pages

Web page

URL

Debian Project Web Page

http://www.debian.org/

Eric S. Raymond's Linux Reading List HOWTO

http://metalab.unc.edu/LDP/HOWTO/Reading-List-

HOWTO.html

Gary Singleton's Gary's Place: Linux News Tips and Links

http://gary.singleton.net/

Joshua Go's Linux Guide

http://jgo.local.net/LinuxGuide/

Linux

Documentation Project

http://metalab.unc.edu/linux/

Linux Journal Web Page

http://www.linuxjournal.com/

Linux Journal's Linux Gazette

http://www.linuxgazette.com/

Linux Resources

http://www.linuxresources.com/

Linux Web Ring

http://nll.interl.net/lwr/

Linux Weekly News

http://lwn.net/

O'Reilly & Associates Linux Center

http://linux.oreilly.com/

Renaissoft's Linux Resources

http://www.renaissoft.com/linux.html

Robert Kiesling's Linux Frequently Asked Questions with Answers (FAQ)

http://metalab.unc.edu/LDP/FAQ/Linux-FAQ.html

Slashdot

http://slashdot.org/

Victoria, British Columbia Linux Users Group

http://vlug.org/vlug/

The Linux Webring offers another convenient way to explore a variety of Linux-related web sites. Participating web sites present links to one another; by following these links you can circumnavigate the entire ring or you can use the Webring's home page to seek exactly the sort of page you're interested in.

Linux Journal is a popular magazine among Linux users. You can subscribe to the hard copy edition or peruse any of several web sites supported by Linux Journal.

A FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) list summarizes questions and answers commonly appearing on an Internet newsgroup or other venue. FAQs are among the most valuable sources of information about any topic because they answer a high percentage of potential questions. You should consult FAQs early and often.

The motto of the Slashdot web site is "News for nerds. Stuff that matters." You'll find a great deal of interesting news and information there, concerning not only Linux but the open source community and computing generally.

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