TOC

    Info

  1. GNU/Linux now! | Digitalcourage
  2. Kernel? Wayland? Pipewire? Die wichtigsten Linux-Begriffe, einfach erklärt - Linux-Unix - derStandard.at › Web
  3. The Linux Information Project (LINFO) Home Page
  4. Linux Standard Base
  5. Linux Foundation
  6. The Linux Home Page at Linux Online
  7. Linux.de
  8. The Free Standards Group
  9. /dev/LUG - Virtuelle Linux-Usergroup
  10. The UNIX System
  11. UNIXguide.net ( AIX, FreeBSD, HP-UX, Linux, Solaris & Tru64 )
  12. Unix Guru Universe - For Unix Admins, By Unix Admins
  13. Linux-Kurs – Vom Einsteiger zum Linux-Profi
  14. RootUsers - Guides, tutorials, reviews and news for System Administrators. - also RHCSA and RHCE exam guides
  15. Material UNIX - www.koehntopp.de
  16. LinuxWiki.org - Linux Wiki und Freie Software
  17. DesktopLinux.com -- using Linux on enterprise and personal desktops
  18. Linux Information Portal: Howto, Help, Tutorials and Information
  19. Red Hat - Free Courses from Red Hat | edX
  20. HowtoMatrix
  21. LinuxGuruz Linux Resource Page
  22. developerWorks: Linux
  23. Help! Linux ate my RAM!
  24. de.comp.os.unix.linux - FAQ
  25. Büchertips für Unixnutzer
  26. Die 15 wichtigsten Linux-Befehle im Terminal (für Einsteiger)
  27. Linux in 90 Minuten - Die Bash
  28. 3 command line games for learning Bash the fun way | Opensource.com
  29. Befehlsübersicht › Shell › Wiki › ubuntuusers.de
  30. Galileo Computing: Wie werde ich UNIX-Guru? - openbook
  31. LinuxCommand.org: Learn the Linux command line. Write shell scripts.
  32. Shell startup scripts — flowblok’s blog
  33. Ten Things I Wish I’d Known About bash – zwischenzugs
  34. Nixie Does Linux - Tutorials and Reviews - YouTube

    Docs

  35. www.selflinux.org :: Linux Hypertext Tutorial in deutsch
  36. Linux Newbie Administrator Guide - Home - by Stan, Peter and Marie Klimas
  37. bjellis linuxwelt - Einstieg in Linux (archive.org) - Museum
  38. Basic Linux Training
  39. Linux Guide - Wikibooks, collection of open-content textbooks
  40. The Linux System Administrator's Guide
  41. Unix Toolbox (archive.org) - A collection of Unix/Linux/BSD commands and tasks which are useful for IT work or for advanced users.
  42. Deutsches Linux HOWTO Projekt
  43. The Linux Documentation Project
  44. Linux ACPI-HOWTO, The Sequel (archive.org)
  45. Linux man-pages online (man7.org)
  46. Docs - die.net - man pages, HOW-TO collection, guides, introductions; man pages reformatted
  47. ManKier Man Pages - and command line explanations
  48. FreeBSD Manual Pages - and CentOS, Debian, NetBSD, OpenBSD, RHEL, Rocky and various other
  49. Linux man-pages home (kernel.org)
  50. lsb:start [Wiki] - Linux Standard Base (LSB)
  51. Linux Foundation Referenced Specifications - API, DWARF, ELF, ABI
  52. FHS Referenced Specifications - Filesystem Hierarchy Standard
  53. Interactive map of Linux kernel
  54. Linux Kernel Documentation
  55. GNU bash manual - GNU Project - Free Software Foundation (FSF)
  56. Bash Guide for Beginners (TLDP)
  57. Advanced Bash-Scripting Guide (TLDP)
  58. BashFAQ - Greg's Wiki
  59. Bash Hackers Wiki Front page [Bash Hackers Wiki]
  60. Linuxmafia.com Knowledgebase
  61. LinuxQuestions.org - Where Linux newbies come for help!
  62. Linux für alle
  63. Guide to IP Layer Network Administration with Linux (http://linux-ip.net/)
  64. » Linuxaria – Everything about GNU/Linux and Open source Policy Routing with Linux
  65. Quick HOWTO: Linux Home Networking and Linux Forums Help - network basics, Samba, ...
  66. Samba: HowTo Mount a CIFS Network Share [AKA Map Network Drive] in openSUSE 10 & 11 plus FAQs
  67. Linux Kernel Configuration Help Texts
  68. ISDN4Linux
  69. ---=== ADSL 4 Linux ===--- ADSL-Support unter Linux (archive.org)
  70. ADSL-Support
  71. NOVELL: SUSE Linux Portal
  72. Article about Linux ext2fs undelete using debugfs (archive.org)
  73. Linux From Scratch
  74. developerWorks : AIX and UNIX : Technical library view - "Speaking UNIX" articles
  75. Galileo Computing: Wie werde ich UNIX-Guru?

    NIS & NFS

  76. The Linux NIS(YP)/NYS/NIS+ HOWTO
  77. Linux NFS-HOWTO
  78. Linux NFS faq
  79. NFS and NIS Security | Symantec Connect
  80. 2.2.3. Securing NIS in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
  81. 2.2.4. Securing NFS in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
  82. Online-tutorials.net - NFS + NIS
  83. SettingUpNISHowTo - Community Ubuntu Documentation
  84. MSXFAQ.DE - NIS und NFS auf Windows

    Security

  85. Linux Security Documentation comp.os.linux.security FAQ, Linux Security HOWTO, Linux Security Quick-Start Guide
  86. Linux Security - Linux Audit
  87. Matt's Unix Security Page
  88. AusCERT - AusCERT UNIX and Linux Security Checklist v3.0 (archive.org)
  89. Unix Security
  90. Sicheres Desktop System – Linux härten Teil1 ⋆ Kuketz IT-Security Blog
  91. Ultimate Guide About Linux Server Security Basics for Debian
  92. Securing Debian Manual
  93. Security Bug Tracker - Debian
  94. The Practical Linux Hardening Guide
  95. Snort - Snort® is an open source network intrusion prevention and detection system (IDS/IPS)
  96. An Illustrated Guide to SSH Agent Forwarding
  97. Common threads: OpenSSH key management, Part 1 - RSA/DSA authentication
  98. Common threads: OpenSSH key management, Part 2 - ssh-agent and keychain
  99. Common threads: OpenSSH key management, Part 3 - authentication agent forwarding
  100. SSH Agent Forwarding is a Bug - Lyte's Blog - how to use ProxyCommand with nc (or netcat) instead
  101. SSH Agent Forwarding considered harmful - use ProxyCommand instead
  102. The Problem with SSH Agent Forwarding · Bogdan Popa
  103. Using ProxyJump with SSH and SCP
  104. Secure Secure Shell (stribika) - hardening SSH
  105. SSH ohne Passwort -- eine kurze Anleitung - public key
  106. Secure SSH server access - Tinned-Software Blog
  107. SSH passwordless login with SSH-key - Tinned-Software Blog
  108. Restrict SSH login using SSH keys to a particular IP address - Tinned-Software Blog
  109. ${me:-whatever} » SSH-Agent Forwarding and GNU Screen
  110. SSH-tunnelling (jfranken, en)
  111. SSH-Tunnels (jfranken, de)
  112. SSH tunnelling for fun and profit: Autossh
  113. Using ssh as a socks proxy
  114. Connect with SSH through a proxy - Stack Overflow - ProxyCommand nc -X connect -x proxyhost:proxyport %h %p
  115. Why putting SSH on another port than 22 is bad idea (archive.org)
  116. Endlessh: an SSH Tarpit « null program
  117. Securing Linux, Part 1: Introduction
  118. Viruses By Type: Unix Viruses
  119. Viruses By Type: Linux
  120. Linux malware - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  121. Debian GNU/Linux -- Security Information
  122. Linux Kernel 2.4 Firewalling Matures: netfilter
  123. Iptables-tutorial frozentux.net
  124. LinuxGuruz Netfilter IPTABLES Firewall Page
  125. Shoreline Firewall (Shorewall)
  126. Debian defaults - message on a thread with topic "Re: Debian defaults: netfilter / iptables: Limit the impact of 2000+ attacks per day to 5% approx. on your sshd & logs", e.g. on little ARMs
  127. Kurt Seifried - Information security / OS / Linux
  128. Kurt Seifried - LASG - Linux Administrator's Security Guide
  129. Listing open ports in Linux and finding out which applications are using them
  130. What is SELinux?
  131. Linux Advanced Routing & Traffic Control HOWTO
  132. Linux Router Project
  133. fli4l (floppy router 4 Linux)
  134. floppyfw
  135. fw_laptop iptables - A firewall script intended to be used on workstations / laptops. It basically blocks all incoming traffic and only allows minimal outgoing traffic.
  136. gocryptfs - uses file-based encryption that is implemented as a mountable FUSE filesystem
  137. GitHub - bailey27/cppcryptfs: cppcryptfs is an implementation of the gocryptfs encrypted overlay filesystem in C++ for Windows.
  138. CryFS: A cryptographic filesystem for the cloud
  139. zuluCrypt | zuluCrypt is a simple, feature rich and powerful solution for hard drives encryption. - can manage PLAIN dm-crypt volumes, LUKS encrypted volumes, TrueCrypt encrypted volumes, VeraCrypt encrypted volumes and Microsoft’s BitLocker volumes
  140. Cloudspeicher verschlüsseln (Dropbox verschlüsseln) - mit EncFS
  141. cryptmount.sourceforge.net - a utility for accessing encrypted filesystems that allows an ordinary user to mount an encrypted file system without requiring superuser privileges (based on dm-crypt)
  142. FrequentlyAskedQuestions · Wiki · cryptsetup / cryptsetup · GitLab
  143. Disk Encryption User Guide :: Fedora Docs - Encrypting drives using LUKS
  144. dm-crypt/Encrypting an entire system - ArchWiki - LUKS on a partition, LVM on LUKS, LUKS on LVM, LUKS on software RAID, Plain dm-crypt, Encrypted boot partition (GRUB). Mind that "Unlocking the root partition at boot" is ArchLinux specific and instead of /etc/mkinitcpio.conf there are /etc/initramfs-tools/initramfs.conf and other /etc/initramfs-tools/* on Debian.
  145. dm-crypt/Drive preparation - ArchWiki
  146. Chapter 10. Encrypting block devices using LUKS Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 | Red Hat Customer Portal
  147. How to add a passphrase, key, or keyfile to an existing LUKS device - Red Hat Customer Portal
  148. Debian Cryptsetup docs – index
  149. Setting up an encrypted Debian system (archive.org 2017 madduck.net 2012)
  150. the_simple_computer | Research for Security & Privacy - Encrypt Your Linux Home Folder: 2 Ways and 10 Steps
  151. 3.2.3.2. Manually Encrypting Directories - /home partition on Fedora
  152. Migrating an unencrypted PureOS Debian install to fully encrypted · jjakob/wiki Wiki · GitHub
  153. How to install Ubuntu with LUKS Encryption on LVM · GitHub - with pre-setup partitions, LUKS, VG, and LVs
  154. Full_Disk_Encryption_Howto_2019 - Community Help Wiki
  155. HOWTO: Disk encryption with dm-crypt / LUKS and Debian [Update] | Uwe Hermann (2008, archive.org) and archive.is
  156. How to create an LUKS-encrypted external device on Linux
  157. Resizing a dm-crypt / LVM / ext3 partition | Uwe Hermann (2008, archive.org) and archive.is
  158. linux:festplattenverschlüsselung [Stefanux]
  159. ResizeEncryptedPartitions - Community Ubuntu Documentation
  160. Resizing LVM-on-LUKS - ArchWiki
  161. How to Resize a Partition using fdisk - Red Hat Customer Portal
  162. Does RHEL 7 support online resize of disk partitions? - Red Hat Customer Portal
  163. What is growpart utility and how to use it ? - Red Hat Customer Portal
  164. LVM: Fix logical volume to a phyiscal device - Unix & Linux Stack Exchange - vgchange or lvchange --alloc cling
  165. Adding an external encrypted drive with LVM to Ubuntu Linux
  166. Code Ruminations: Setting up an encrypted /home partition with LVM and LUKS
  167. GitHub - rdkr/lvm-on-luks: 💾 Script to provision full partition encryption for Ubuntu (optionally including /boot) using lvm on luks, for use with multi-boot
  168. linux - Is it possible to unlock multiple LUKS devices to form a LVM at boot? - Unix & Linux Stack Exchange
  169. system installation - Encrypted custom install - Ask Ubuntu
  170. Configuring LUKS: Linux Unified Key Setup | Enable Sysadmin
  171. Unlock LUKS volume with a YubiKey – Guy Rutenberg
  172. linux - FIDO2 (YubiKey) to unlock LUKS at boot on Fedora 36 not working - Unix & Linux Stack Exchange
  173. mjg59 | PSA: upgrade your LUKS key derivation function
  174. Verschüsselte Volumes von LUKS1 auf LUKS2 konvertieren | [Mer]Curius
  175. LUKS – Ein kleiner Weckruf | [Mer]Curius
  176. Installing Ubuntu 16.10 on existing LUKS-encrypted LVM | wohli.org - flexible as the installer would never be (not only Ubuntu)
  177. Encrypted Linux setup across an SSD and an HDD - Arch Linux, SSD as cache pool for HDD
  178. LVM cache in six easy steps - Lukáš Zapletal
  179. Instructions to create an LVM cache for root in Fedora · GitHub
  180. Chapter 13. Enabling caching to improve logical volume performance Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 | Red Hat Customer Portal
  181. 5.4.7. Creating LVM Cache Logical Volumes Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 | Red Hat Customer Portal
  182. LVM Caching mit SSDs einrichten – Thomas-Krenn-Wiki
  183. tpronold.de: Linuxmint / Ubuntu mit kompletter Systemverschlüsselung - LVM over LUKS (2011, archive.org)
  184. How-To: encrypted partitions over LVM with LUKS | Debian/Ubuntu Tips & Tricks
  185. polishlinux.org » Encrypted home partition in Linux with DM_Crypt and LUKS
  186. Disk Encryption Tools for Linux and benchmark result of a couple of them
  187. GitHub - pampanic/pam_panic: A PAM module that protects sensitive data and provides a panic function for emergency situations. Authentication through passwords or removable media. - LUKS
  188. cryptsetup close – not working for LVM on LUKS – device busy | Linux-Blog – Dr. Mönchmeyer / anracon – Augsburg
  189. How to mount encrypted LVM logical volume | sleeplessbeastie's notes
  190. AES pipe (en|de)crypter and loop device - e.g. burn and mount encrypted CDs
  191. Matthias Hensler: Increasing Linux security by encrypting /home - Howto for setting up an AES-encrypted /home with Linux
  192. UsbCryptFormat: Verschlüsselt externe Datenträger für Linux
  193. Tails - Create and use encrypted volumes on an USB stick or external drive
  194. Selbstzerstörung für die LUKS-Festplattenverschlüsselung | TechGoat.net
  195. OpenSSL Command-Line HOWTO
  196. OpenVPN - Open Source VPN
  197. OpenVPN Howto – wiki.freifunk.net
  198. GitHub - pivpn/pivpn: Simple OpenVPN installer, designed for raspberry pi.
  199. VPNC < ZEDAT - Anleitung um (Debian) VPNc mit OpenSSL fuer Authmode hybrid zu kompilieren
  200. VPNC > Wiki > ubuntuusers.de - inkl. Links auf Anleitungen für verschiedene Hochschulen
  201. How to Build a VPN in Four Easy Steps Without Spending One Penny - www.dgregscott.com
  202. WireGuard: fast, modern, secure VPN tunnel
  203. Netze knüpfen mit wireguard - Dem Commander1024 sein Blog

    Magazine

  204. Linux Weekly News
  205. Linux-Community
  206. Linux-Magazin
  207. LinuxUser - Das Magazin für Anwender und Einsteiger
  208. Pro-Linux.de
  209. LinuxFocus Magazine
  210. LinuxFocus Magazin Deutsch

    Hardware

    general

  211. h-node.org - The h-node project aims at the construction of a hardware database in order to identify what devices work with a fully free operating system.
  212. Linux Hardware Database
  213. Supported Hardware | Linux Journal
  214. [Phoronix] GNU/Linux Hardware Reviews, Articles, & Gaming
  215. Ubuntu-certified hardware | Ubuntu
  216. Hardware › Wiki › ubuntuusers.de
  217. Inquisitor hardware testing platform - can analyse and test your hardware from top to the bottom and assure that it won't fail easily under the production stress.
  218. What's in the Box? Interrogate Your Linux Machine's Hardware | Linux Journal
  219. LinuxDevices.com -- your embedded Linux resource
  220. SSDOptimization - Debian Wiki
  221. Solid state drive - ArchWiki
  222. SSD Secure Erase - Thomas-Krenn-Wiki
  223. SynapticsTouchpad - Debian Wiki
  224. OpenPrinting - The Linux Foundation
  225. openprinting:database:databaseintro - Printer Compatibility Database
  226. Printer List | OpenPrinting - The Linux Foundation
  227. Gutenprint Printer Drivers - High quality drivers for Canon, Epson, Lexmark, Sony, Olympus, and PCL printers for use with CUPS, Ghostscript, Foomatic, and GIMP.
  228. The Samsung Unified Linux Driver Repository
  229. SANE - Scanner Access Now Easy
  230. SANE - Supported Devices
  231. hp's Developer Portal | HP Linux Imaging and Printing - HPLIP
  232. hp's Developer Portal | All Supported Printer Models
  233. hp's Developer Portal | What is the HPLIP Binary Plug-In and How Do I Install It?
  234. The Canon PIXMA Linux blog, for all Canon PIXMA all-in-ones - as of 2009 ...
  235. Drucker › Wiki › ubuntuusers.de
  236. NvidiaGraphicsDrivers - Debian Wiki
  237. AtomicHamster - Installing Nvidia's binary drivers the Debian Way
  238. Debian Developer Randall Donald - Debian NVIDIA Packages Information
  239. ATIProprietary - Debian Wiki
  240. Main Page - cchtml.com - Unofficial Wiki for the ATI Linux Driver
  241. ATI Radeon Linux How-To
  242. ATI-Grafikkarten/fglrx - ubuntuusers Wiki
  243. fglrx crashing with large RAM (4GB): How I fixed my MTRR - Rage3D Discussion Area
  244. Fix for mtrr "overlapping" error. - Rage3D Discussion Area
  245. linux.oreillynet.com: Speeding up Linux Using hdparm [Jun. 29, 2000]
  246. TuxMobil: UniX with Mobile Computers
  247. Linux on Laptops
  248. LinLap.com [LinLap - Linux Laptop Wiki]
  249. Linux Laptop - Preinstalled Linux Laptops - LinuxCertified, Inc.
  250. linmodems.org
  251. Winmodems are not modems; Linux information page
  252. Linux PCMCIA Information
  253. Linux-Magazin - XInput Grafiktabletts mit XFree86 und Gimp - eXXXtreme Inputting
  254. The Linux Wacom Project
  255. Aiptek HyperPen USB Tablet Device Drivers for Linux and X
  256. Digital Camera Support for UN*X
  257. Pro-Linux: USB-Digitalkameras unter Linux
  258. Linux UVC driver & tools - supported USB Video Class devices, Webcams
  259. Memtest86 - Memory Diagnostic Page
  260. The SIG11 problem
  261. Hacking the LaCie `Big Disk' Ethernet Disk | Whatsup
  262. Turning a Lacie Ethernet Disk Mini into your server
  263. Installing Debian on a LaCie Ethernet Disk mini (archive.org)
  264. Erik's Weblog : LaCie Ethernet Disk Mini Firmware Rollback
  265. Linux Hybrid Graphics - Intel + nVidia Optimus

    Wireless, WiFi, WLAN

  266. Linux Wireless
  267. Linux & Wireless LANs, Jean Tourrilhes
  268. Linux WPA Supplicant (IEEE 802.1X, WPA, WPA2, RSN, IEEE 802.11i)
  269. WLAN unter Debian GNU/Linux und FreeBSD
  270. Quick Start Guide to Debian and WPA Wireless Security (archive.org)
  271. WiFi/WEP/WPA on Debian
  272. Karten › WLAN › Wiki › ubuntuusers.de
  273. Intel® Wireless WiFi Link drivers for Linux*
  274. How To Configure Wireless / WiFi Networking in Ubuntu via the Command Line (CLI) | prupert
  275. NdisWrapper - load windows network driver API WLAN drivers
  276. Linuxant commercial drivers vor Conexant modem chipsets and DriverLoader for several WLAN chipsets

    UMTS Surfsticks

  277. Howto: Vodafone / Huawei K3765 UMTS Surf-Stick und Ubuntu — nodch.de
  278. Huawei E1750 UMTS-Stick – DebianforumWiki
  279. huawei e1750 ubuntu | Download huawei e1750 ubuntu software for free at SourceForge.net
  280. Linux with UMTS HSUPA ExpressCard

    ThinkPad

  281. ThinkWiki - Wiki Web for Thinkpad users. Here you find anything you need to install your favourite Linux distribution on your Thinkpad.
  282. Installing Debian/Sarge on a ThinkPad T43p - Linux ThinkPad Wiki
  283. ThinkPad-Wiki - deutsch, mit cross-links zu thinkwiki.org
  284. Linux-Thinkpad Info Page - linux-thinkpad at linux-thinkpad.org mailing list
  285. Gmane Loom - news:gmane.linux.hardware.thinkpad
  286. Debian Linux on an IBM Thinkpad T43p | linux.spiney.org
  287. Gentoo Linux on an IBM Thinkpad T43p
  288. [ltp] T43p: Status Report and request for assistance
  289. Debian linux on an IBM Thinkpad R50
  290. IBM T42p mit Debian GNU/Linux
  291. Linux on T40p, Theodore Ts'o
  292. Linux on the IBM Thinkpad T40, Fabrice Bellet
  293. Richard Neill's Online Castle - Mandrake 9.1 on an IBM Thinkpad A22p - good tips for general ThinPad setups regarding X11 configuration

    Install, Rescue

  294. How To Reset Root User Password In CentOS/RHEL 7
  295. How to recover a root password in Red Hat-based Linux systems | Enable Sysadmin
  296. RescueLive - Debian Wiki - mount your way in
  297. SystemRescue - Debian Wiki
  298. Relax-and-Recover - Linux Disaster Recovery
  299. GitHub - rear/rear: Relax-and-Recover - Linux bare metal disaster recovery and system migration solution (cfr. mksysb, ignite)
  300. Redo Rescue: Backup and Recovery Made Easy | Bare metal restore
  301. Rescatux
  302. Parted Magic - The Parted Magic OS employs core programs of GParted and Parted to handle partitioning tasks with ease, while featuring other useful software (e.g. Partimage, TestDisk, Truecrypt, Clonezilla, G4L, SuperGrubDisk, ddrescue, etc...)
    Unfortunately this turned into a pay-me-or-you-won't-get-anything project. Well, there's SystemRescueCd instead.
  303. Parted Magic - Download - heise online - letzte kostenlose Version 2013-08-01
  304. SystemRescue - Download - SystemRescueCd is a Linux system rescue disk available as a bootable CD-ROM or USB stick for administrating or repairing your system and data.
  305. SystemRescue - Logical Volume Manager Guide - boot from LVM, move rootfs to LVM, backups with LVM
  306. GParted partitioning software - Full tutorial
  307. The NTFS Problem for Linux Installers (and solutions) as of 2002 ...
  308. Rescue your Windows & GNU/Linux systems - Rescatux & Super Grub2 Disk
  309. Trinity Rescue Kit | CPR for your computer - Trinity Rescue Kit or TRK is a free live Linux distribution that aims specifically at recovery and repair operations on Windows machines, but is equally usable for Linux recovery issues.
  310. CGSecurity - Data recovery: TestDisk & PhotoRec
  311. TestDisk - CGSecurity
  312. Rescuing Lost Files with TestDisk and PhotoRec » Linux Magazine
  313. Die SD-Karte wiederherstellen: Daten selber reparieren und sichern – GIGA - mit TestDisk und PhotoRec
  314. Ddrescue - GNU Project - Free Software Foundation (FSF)
  315. GNU ddrescue Manual
  316. dd_rescue - NOT ddrescue
  317. 12 Linux dd command examples - The Linux Juggernaut - dd, ddrescue and dcfldd
  318. dcfldd - dcfldd is an enhanced version of GNU dd with features useful for forensics and security.
  319. Identify damaged files - ArchWiki
  320. The Sleuth Kit (TSK) & Autopsy: Open Source Digital Investigation Tools - digital forensic
  321. rdd forensic copy program | Free Science & Engineering software downloads at SourceForge.net
  322. Foremost is a console program to recover files based on their headers, footers, and internal data structures.
  323. Scalpel is a fast file carver that reads a database of header and footer definitions and extracts matching files or data fragments from a set of image files or raw device.
  324. Tools:Data Recovery - Forensics Wiki
  325. BadBlockHowto – smartmontools - describes what actions might be taken when smartmontools detects a bad block on a disk. It demonstrates how to identify the file associated with an unreadable disk sector, and how to force that sector to reallocate.
  326. hard drive - Recover ext4 file system after quick format - Ask Ubuntu
  327. Recovering Accidentally Formatted ext4 Partition / Fixing Superblock – Notebook
  328. data recovery - Accidentally formatted ext4 partition - Ask Ubuntu
  329. Tech help: Repair a broken Ext4 Superblock in Ubuntu (archive.org)
  330. debugfs Command Examples
  331. Prevent data corruption on ext4/Linux drive on power loss - Server Fault - setting journal options
  332. kernel.org ext4 filesystem documentation
  333. Ext4 (kernel.org wiki)
  334. linux - How to read one filesystem from a whole disk image file? - Unix & Linux Stack Exchange
  335. Ext2 IFS For Windows (and Ext3 mounted as Ext2)
  336. System recovery with Knoppix
  337. Save your PC: bootable Linux rescue tools - The H Open Source: News and Features
  338. Recover - Reset forgotten linux root password
  339. mikas blog » Blog Archive » Booting ISO images from within GRUB2
  340. How to Rescue a Non-booting GRUB 2 on Linux | Linux.com
  341. GRUB 2 - Fedora Project Wiki
  342. Impfen per Netzwerk | heise Security - Desinfec’t vom Linux-Server booten
  343. How to update your PC firmware on Linux with LVFS and fwupd | Sindastra's info dump
  344. LVFS - Linux Vendor Firmware Service, fwupd
  345. Chapter 23. Managing sudo access Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 | Red Hat Customer Portal
  346. Chapter 24. Changing and resetting the root password Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 | Red Hat Customer Portal
  347. sesivany/linux-desktop-migration-tool: Linux Desktop Migration Tool aims to make migration from one Linux desktop machine to another as easy as possible. - linux-desktop-migration-tool - Codeberg.org
  348. Distros

    general

  349. DistroWatch.com: Put the fun back into computing. Use Linux.
  350. Distrochooser
  351. DistroTest.net - The first online operating system tester
  352. Linux Desktop Chooser
  353. Repology - the packaging hub; monitors a huge number of package repositories and other sources comparing packages versions

    Debian

  354. Say goodbye to Microsoft. Now.
  355. Debian -- The Universal Operating System
  356. Debian GNU/Linux -- Dokumentation
  357. DebianWiki: FrontPage
  358. Debian Reference
  359. Debian GNU/Linux Anwenderhandbuch
  360. Debian Installers
  361. screenshots.debian.net
  362. Debian Mozilla team APT archive - The newest Firefox/Iceweasel, Thunderbird/Icedove in stable.
  363. Setup-FAQ für Debian Woody - Linuxtag-2000 Edition
  364. Debian -- Debian-Installer
  365. Debian kernel recompiling
  366. Debian GNU/Linux System Administration Resources (debian-administration.org)
  367. Das Debian Administrationshandbuch
  368. The Debian Administrator's Handbook
  369. Debian Linux Tutorials
  370. The Golden Ear - Desktop System Setup with Debian 4.0 Etch
  371. Debian GNU/Linux Desktop Survival Guide
  372. Debianhowto.de - Serverdienste auf Debian GNU/Linux
  373. debianforum.de
  374. Linuxmafia.com Knowledgebase - Debian
  375. www.gnulinux.de - GNU/Linux - das deutsche Debian Portal
  376. Debian Linux Tutorial - Guide On How To Install Linux Software for Servers and Network Installation and Set Up for Beginners with Instructions On How To Configure A Home Server
  377. DebianTinyHowto - howto
  378. kai-hildebrandt.de - Gesammelte Anleitungen - Tutorials und Kurztipps, Konfigurationsanleitungen
  379. live-boot(7) — live-boot-doc — Debian testing — Debian Manpages - System Boot Components
  380. 8.6. Recovering a Broken System
  381. Ramesh Panuganty's Debian Linux Tips & Tricks
  382. Newbiedoc -- intros BY newbies FOR newbies
  383. Wie installiert man unter Debian Type 1 Fonts
  384. Qmail on Debian
  385. The qmailrocks.org qmail Installation guide for Debian
  386. Debian GNU/Linux -- Security Information
  387. Debian GNU/Linux Anwenderhandbuch
  388. Debian GNU/Linux -- Packages
  389. Debian Package Tracking System
  390. Multimedia Debian Packages
  391. Debian-Database.ORG - Unofficial Debian Repositories Collected
  392. Debian Backports
  393. Debian Unofficial
  394. automatic snapshots service (buildserver.net) - Automated build service for Ekiga, Debian pkg-voip and Debian pkg-kde-extra
  395. Using APT with more than 2 sources
  396. Mastering Debian and Ubuntu
  397. Index of / archive.debian.org
  398. snapshot.debian.net - Debian packages daily archived since 2005/03/13
  399. Rebuilding Debian packages (debian-administration.org)
  400. Installing packages from source code with checkinstall (debian-administration.org)
  401. Rolling your own Debian packages (part 1) (debian-administration.org)
  402. Debian Hypertext Man Pages: Index Page
  403. c't - Projekte: VDR - Video Disk Recorder basierend auf Debian, auch fuer etwas aeltere Rechner
  404. c't - Projekte: Debian-Server speziell fuer kleine Server, kein download, 4.0 in Heft 17/2009, 4.1 in c't extra 03/2009 Netzwerke
  405. c't 17/2009, S. 154: Webcode
  406. Ich bastle mir einen Linux-Home-Server
  407. Server World - Build Network Server
  408. NSLU2-Linux - Main - Linksys Network Storage device firmware replacements
  409. NSLU2-Linux - DebianSlug - DebianSlug is a replacement firmware image for the Linksys NSLU2
  410. Homepage of Peter Korsgaard: Installing debian Sarge on a Linksys NSLU2
  411. Debian Planet - News for Debian. Stuff that *really* matters.
  412. IRC #debian.de
  413. #debian.de - Frequently Asked Questions
  414. Abhängigkeiten von Paketen mit debtree visualisieren - techgrube.de
  415. Debian GNU/Linux -- debian.org Developers LDAP Search
  416. Trust analysis on the Debian Keyring
  417. DCC Alliance - The DCC Alliance is an association of organizations and individuals to assemble a common, standards-based core for Debian-based Linux distributions and accelerate worldwide commercial adoption of Debian GNU/Linux.
  418. Debian -- Developer Locations
  419. Debian's Centre of Mass - Debian Developer Centre of Mass mapped to a world map.

    Fedora

  420. Fedora Project Homepage
  421. Fedora Spins - alternate versions of Fedora for specific uses
  422. Fedora Asahi Remix - Linux on Apple Silicon; also Asahi Linux
  423. International - Fedora Project Wiki - regional / language sites
  424. Fedora Magazine
  425. RPM Fusion - RPM Fusion - free and non-free for Fedora and RHEL
  426. Fedora Packages
  427. Fedora Repositories - pkgs.org
  428. How To: Install Fedora without CD or DVD
  429. Install Fedora remotely using Live media - Fedora Magazine
  430. Fedora Linux Essentials - Techotopia - quite old but some things still apply
  431. Upgrading Fedora Linux Using DNF System Plugin :: Fedora Docs
  432. 5.6. SELinux Contexts – Labeling Files RHEL-6
  433. HowTos/SELinux - CentOS Wiki - Troubleshooting SELinux
  434. audit avc : denied
  435. Virtualization - Fedora Project Wiki
  436. What can I do for Fedora?
  437. Fedora Developer Portal
  438. Build System Info | Koji
  439. Fedora Discussion
  440. Fedora Linux Essentials - Techotopia
  441. Remote Access to the Fedora Linux Desktop - Techotopia
  442. How to Set Up Easy Remote Desktop Access in Linux - Linux.com
  443. Project List - Copr repositories for Fedora
  444. Fedora Infrastructure Status

    RHEL

  445. Red Hat Enterprise Linux Download | Red Hat Developer
  446. No-cost Red Hat Enterprise Linux Individual Developer Subscription: FAQs | Red Hat Developer
  447. How to activate your no-cost Red Hat Enterprise Linux subscription - Red Hat Developer
  448. Extending no-cost Red Hat Enterprise Linux to open source organizations
  449. Red Hat Enterprise Linux cheat sheets for system administrators - Red Hat Customer Portal
  450. Identify packages that will require a system reboot after an update - Red Hat Customer Portal
  451. Red Hat and the Clone Wars: Dissociated Press
  452. Red Hat and the Clone Wars II: A history of the early 2000s Linux landscape: Dissociated Press
  453. Red Hat and the Clone Wars III: The dawn of CentOS: Dissociated Press

    CentOS

  454. The CentOS Project
  455. FAQ - CentOS Project shifts focus to CentOS Stream
  456. FAQ: CentOS Stream Updates (redhat.com)
  457. centos-leaflet.pdf · main · Aleksandra Fedorova / centos-leaflet · GitLab
  458. Embracing the Stream | Die wunderbare Welt von Isotopp
  459. CentOS is NOT dead. Please Stop Saying It Is (at least until you read this) | by Benjamin Porter | Dec, 2020 | Medium
  460. CentOS Stream: 'I was slow on the uptake, but I get what they are doing now,' says Rocky Linux founder • The Register
  461. Install RHEL 8.3 for free production use in a VM - Lukáš Zapletal

    AlmaLinux

  462. AlmaLinux - Forever-Free Enterprise-Grade Operating System - RHEL fork built by the team at CloudLinux

    Rocky

  463. Rocky Linux

    Audio/Video/Multimedia

  464. AV Linux | bandshed.net - Linux for multimedia content creators, with IRQ threading enabled kernel for low latency audio
  465. AudioPhile Linux | Quality audio on Linux
  466. KXStudio - is a collection of applications and plugins for professional audio production
  467. Tango Studio Debian - provides some free audio packages for Debian
  468. Design Suite - a Fedora Spin focussing on multimedia production and publishing tools
  469. Ubuntu Studio - A multimedia creation flavor of Ubuntu.
  470. DidJiX - DJ software Mixxx on ArchLinux on an USB live system
  471. LibreELEC – Just enough OS for KODI - ‘Just enough OS’ for Kodi, a Linux distribution built to run Kodi on current and popular mediacentre hardware. The successor of OpenELEC.
  472. Music recording on CentOS 7 DAW | Arrfab's Blog
  473. Linux Audio Bundles and Distributions [Linux-Sound] - outdated

    others

  474. Tails - Privacy for anyone anywhere
  475. Qubes OS: A reasonably secure operating system
  476. Whonix - A High Security Method of Surfing the Internet
  477. Qubes, Whonix, or Tails: which Linux distro should you use for anonymity?
  478. Arch Linux
  479. PureOS - A user friendly, secure and freedom respecting OS for your daily usage.
  480. Solus - Solus is an operating system that is designed for home computing. (formerly Evolve OS)
  481. MX Linux – Midweight Simple Stable Desktop OS
  482. GalliumOS – A fast and lightweight Linux distro for ChromeOS devices
  483. EasyOS Home — All categories - An experimental Linux distribution.
  484. linuxmuster.net – Simply a School Network
  485. puavo.org - Linux for schools - Managing large-scale Linux systems for schools
  486. LIFE - LInux For Education
  487. DebianEdu - Debian Wiki - Debian Edu/Skolelinux is an operating system intended for educational use
  488. Sugar Labs - learning platform, which promotes collaborative learning
  489. The fast, open, and privacy-respecting replacement for Windows and macOS ⋅ elementary OS
  490. Endless OS Foundation | Endless OS - essential apps to learn, play, work and connect. Our OS is specifically designed so that no internet is required, but the OS also works on internet-enabled computers.
  491. Zorin OS - Your Computer. Better. - with Windows or MacOS look, for those who need it
  492. Pop!_OS by System76 - an operating system for STEM and creative professionals
  493. Parrot Project - The best choice for security experts, developers and crypto-addicted people.
  494. Kali Linux | Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking Linux Distribution
  495. Kali Linux Revealed | Mastering the Penetration Testing Distribution
  496. Kali Linux NetHunter - Nexus and OnePlus Downloads
  497. BackTrack Linux - Penetration Testing Distribution - museum; predecessor of Kali
  498. BlackArch Linux - Penetration Testing Distribution
  499. Manjaro - enjoy the simplicity
  500. Linux Mint
  501. Ubuntu Linux
  502. Kubuntu | Friendly Computing
  503. Xubuntu - Ubuntu with Xfce desktop environment, lightweight on older computers.
  504. Lubuntu | The official Lubuntu home - lightweight Ubuntu with LXQt desktop
  505. www.zenwalk.org - Ever tried zen computing?
  506. Home of the Mageia project
  507. Gentoo Linux
  508. blendOS — The Ultimate Distro-Blend.
  509. YunoHost is a server operating system aiming to make self-hosting accessible to everyone. • YunoHost - based on Debian
  510. UBOS - The Linux Distro for self-hosting your own cloud services
  511. Category:Linux media creation distributions - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  512. dyne:bolic GNU/Linux | The instant bootable operating system - a bit much outdated, but fun site
  513. BusyBox - The Swiss Army Knife of Embedded Linux
  514. Schnellstart mit Kali Linux | heise Security
  515. Kali Linux für Administratoren - Drachenritt - Softlink | iX
  516. Kali Linux als System zur Datenrekonstruktion - Drachenfutter - Softlink | iX
  517. NetHunter: Kali Linux für Android-Smartphones und -Tablets - Drachenei - Softlink | iX
  518. Kodi | Open Source Home Theater Software
  519. Raspbian is a free operating system based on Debian optimized for the Raspberry Pi hardware.
  520. OSMC - Open Source Media Center, supports the Raspberry Pi, Vero, and Apple TV; based on the Kodi project
  521. Comparison of Linux distributions - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  522. Category:Linux distributions - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  523. The LiveCD List - last updated 2017 ...
  524. FreeNAS Storage Operating System | Open Source - FreeNAS - Open Source Storage Operating System
  525. HomelabOS - Your offline-first privacy-centric personal data center.
  526. 15 Most Secure Linux Distros for Privacy & Security Concern Users

    Distros to put on USB

  527. UNetbootin - Homepage and Downloads - UNetbootin allows you to create bootable Live USB drives for a variety of Linux distributions from Windows or Linux, without requiring you to burn a CD.
  528. LinuxLive USB Creator for Windows
  529. Creating and using a live installation image :: Fedora Docs Site
  530. How to easily create multiboot USB in Linux - PCsuggest
  531. GitHub - mbusb/multibootusb: Create multiboot live Linux on a USB disk...
  532. balenaEtcher - Flash OS images to SD cards & USB drives
  533. Tails - Privacy for anyone anywhere
  534. Ipredia OS for anonymous browsing and communications | Hacker 10 - Security Hacker
  535. Linux Kodachi The Secure OS | Eagle Eye | Nonprofit Organization
  536. SliTaz GNU/Linux - Simple Light Incredible Temporary Autonomous Zone
  537. Slax Linux - your pocket operating system
  538. KNOPPIX - Live Linux Filesystem On CD
  539. Knoppix Linux Boot CD, Download Disk and Documents, Discuss, Get Help
  540. Finnix - a self-contained, bootable Linux CD distribution ("LiveCD") for system administrators, based on Debian
  541. grml.org - Debian Live system / CD for sysadmins and texttool-users
  542. FreedomBone - Your Data. Your Server. Your Place.
  543. Plop Linux - Overview - Live version to boot, Desktop installation, Server
  544. List of Linux distributions that run from RAM - Wikipedia
  545. Linux Live Kit is a set of shell scripts which allows you to create your own Live Linux!

    Software

  546. List of free and open-source software packages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  547. Flathub—An app store and build service for Linux

    Software eMail

    mutt
  548. The Mutt E-Mail Client
  549. Mutt Project / mutt · GitLab
  550. Home · Wiki · Mutt Project / mutt · GitLab
  551. Muttguide · Wiki · Mutt Project / mutt · GitLab
  552. Muttfaq · Wiki · Mutt Project / mutt · GitLab
  553. The Mutt FAQ [Frequently Asked (and answered) Questions]
  554. 8t8.us - Kevin's Mutt Tips and Tricks
  555. The Woodnotes Guide to the Mutt Email Client
  556. Mutt and IMAP
  557. Mutt - ArchWiki
  558. grepm - the grepmail/mutt helper
  559. Muttprint
  560. Mutt mailreader (spinnaker.de)
  561. lbdb: The Little Brother's Database
  562. Gary Johnson's Mutt Page (MIME & mailcap) (archive.org)
  563. S/MIME and Mutt
  564. Mutt vs Slrn - a comparison (Guckes)
  565. Single user email in Debian (archive.org)
  566. Mutt: Multiple Gmail IMAP Setup | Shinobu's Secrets
  567. mutt integration with Gmail using OAuth – Luxing Huang
  568. Daniel P. Berrangé / goa-gmail-oauth-mutt · GitLab - Integration with GNOME Online Accounts to provide GMail OAuth2 access tokens for the Mutt mail client.
  569. Configure Mutt to work with OAuth 2.0 | Dejice Jacob: University of Glasgow - still the deprecated OOB though
  570. Lehky kolovy tucnak [brmlab] - mutt vs Oauth2
  571. GitHub - simonrob/email-oauth2-proxy: An IMAP/POP/SMTP proxy that transparently adds OAuth 2.0 authentication for email clients that don't support this method.
  572. How to set up Mutt with Gmail using OAuth2 authentication - Red Hat Customer Portal - sorry, only with subscription..
  573. Using Mutt with Gmail - very outdated POP3 access
  574. msmtp - about - msmtp is a SMTP client
  575. maildir / IMAP header caching for mutt
  576. mairix - email index and search tool
  577. notmuch - Just an email system, and/or mail indexer.
  578. how to use Notmuch with Mutt - Notmuch is a mail indexer
  579. Take Control of your Email with Mutt, OfflineIMAP and Notmuch | hobo.house
  580. Using Offlineimap with the Gmail IMAP API | hobo.house
  581. processing patch mails with b4 and notmuch | 🇺🇦 kraxel’s news
  582. muttils - utilities for use with console mail clients, eg. Mutt. sigpager, urlpager, urlbatcher, pybrowser, viewhtmlmsg, wrap
  583. plainMail2HTML - text/plain to html mail - we all hate HTML mails but if some policy insists on using an image as .signature this might help..
    macro compose y "<attach-file>~/someimage.png<enter>\Cd<send-message>" "email with (inline) image"
  584. The Mutt E-Mail Client - development version manual
    qmail
  585. qmail: a replacement for sendmail (D. J. Bernstein)
  586. qmail-HOWTO
  587. qmailrocks.org - a qmail installation guide
  588. Life with qmail
  589. qmail Information (jms1.net)
  590. mbox2maildir
  591. serialmail
  592. patches for qmail and serialmail / maildirsmtp - Patch for serialmail to support CRAM-MD5, PLAIN and LOGIN authentication. Patch for qmail that enables qmail-remote to authenticate itself to another mail server, which is used as relay.
  593. FEHCom - Qmail Support Page
  594. www.nrg4u.com - Andre Oppermann's Homepage - the big qmail picture & qmail-ldap
  595. qconfirm - request delivery confirmation for mail
  596. Bill's Linux Qmail Toaster
    exim
  597. exim Internet Mailer
  598. Exim Cheatsheet
  599. Exim4 als SMTP-Server (Debian) – MattWiki
  600. 31. Address rewriting
  601. 33. SMTP authentication
  602. Exim mit mehreren Smarthosts nutzen (archive.org)
  603. 1&1 und GMX - mehrere Smarthosts mit Exim und AUTH
  604. exim4 und TLS - domainFACTORY | forum
  605. PkgExim4UserFAQ - Debian Wiki
  606. exim4 with ssmtp on Debian : technovelty - if your smarthost doesn't speak STARTTLS but only SSL, using stunnel
  607. Email in Debian Linux using Exim4 and Courier IMAP - another one dealing with SSL only, using stunnel4
  608. PkgExim4UserFAQ - Debian Wiki
    procmail
  609. Procmail Homepage
  610. Procmail FAQ
  611. ii.com: Procmail Quick Start by Nancy McGough
  612. Procmail documentation project homepage
  613. Procmail - a powerful mail filter - (Guckes)
  614. pi's .procmailrc
    spamfilter
  615. The SpamBouncer: a Procmail-Based Spam Filter
  616. Using CRM114 and qmail to Filter Spam
  617. junkfilter : Junk Mail Filtering with Procmail
  618. Infinite Ink's Robots and Mail Filtering
    mailing lists
  619. Mailman, the GNU Mailing List Manager
  620. GNU Mailman - Installation Manual
  621. ezmlm-idx Home
  622. ecartis: Modular Mailing List Manager
    misc
  623. Fetchmail Home Page (esr)
  624. Fetchmail (berlios)
  625. fetchmail & SSL (archive.org)
  626. fdm - fetch and deliver mail; easy mail fetching/processing similar to fetchmail and procmail
  627. Setting Up OAUTH2 Support for Fetchmail and Postfix
  628. getmail version 5
  629. Welcome to getmail 6! | [“getmail6.org”]
  630. getmail - ArchWiki
  631. Retrieving Emails From Remote Servers With getmail (Debian Etch)
  632. Abrufen von E-Mails auf entfernten Servern mit getmail (Debian Etch)
  633. maildrop - mail delivery agent with filtering abilities
  634. mboxgrep
  635. grepmail
  636. chk4mail
  637. PLDaniels.com - ripMIME extracts attachments from a MIME package
  638. DavMail POP/IMAP/SMTP/Caldav/Carddav/LDAP Exchange Gateway
  639. EMail, and the Unix desktop – A rant | Thorsten's Weblog
  640. E-Mail Done My Way, Part 0 - The journey - Jan Wildeboer’s Blog
  641. GitHub - t-lo/mailserver: Dockerised mailserver - inspired by E-Mail Done My Way, Part 1 - postfix - Jan Wildeboer’s Blog

    Software News

  642. Home of the slrn newsreader
  643. slrn web resource / Home - SourceForge
  644. jbn's S-Lang code for slrn
  645. Index of /slrn - e.g. GnuPG handling (Emmanuele Bassi)
  646. Simple adaptive scoring for slrn
  647. P A N - A Newsreader for GNOME

    Software inet mix

  648. OpenSSL: The Open Source toolkit for SSL/TLS
  649. TCPDUMP public repository
  650. Lynx Browser
  651. HTTPie – command-line HTTP client for the API era
  652. WhoIs source package
  653. Tunneling SSH over an HTTP-Proxy Server
  654. GitHub - EtiennePerot/macchiato: MAC spoofing with a restricted range of OUI prefixes
  655. MAC Address Spoofing in NetworkManager 1.4.0 – Thomas Haller's Blog
  656. Randomize your MAC address using NetworkManager - Fedora Magazine
  657. MAC-Adresse abfragen und setzen – wiki.archlinux.de
  658. How to Change MAC Address in Linux [Easily] - macchanger or ip link set
  659. GitHub - alobbs/macchanger: GNU MAC Changer

    Software Eier Legende Woll Milch Sau

  660. emacs
  661. Gnus Newsreader Homepage
  662. Gnus und Co... (archive.org)

    Software Audio

  663. planet.linuxaudio.org
  664. Funkwhale - A modern, convivial and free music server
  665. How to stream your Funkwhale library to your mobile device – We Distribute
  666. Resources | Linuxaudio.org
  667. Linux Audio Wiki [Linux-Sound]
  668. Linux Audio and Sound - Application and Software Index [Linux-Sound]
  669. LinuxMusicians - Forum
  670. Sound & MIDI Software For Linux - old and outdated but maybe some goldies
  671. ardour | the new digital audio workstation
  672. Zrythm - Digital Audio Workstation
  673. JACK | connecting a world of audio - JACK is a low-latency audio server, written for POSIX conformant operating systems such as GNU/Linux and Apple's OS X. It can connect a number of different applications to an audio device, as well as allowing them to share audio between themselves.
  674. JAMin - JAMin is the JACK Audio Connection Kit (JACK) Audio Mastering interface. JAMin is an open source application designed to perform professional audio mastering of stereo input streams.
  675. Bluebell / Holger / pulseaudio and jack
  676. Calf Studio Gear - GNU/Linux Audio Plug-Ins - is available exclusively for LINUX-based operating systems and runs as a stand-alone effect rack connectable through Jack sound server or as plug-ins in every audio host that is able to fire up LV2 compilant devices, e.g. the highly recommended Ardour Audio Workstation.
  677. EQ10Q - EQ10Q is an audio plugin bundle over the LV2 standard implementing a powerful and flexible parametric equalizer and more.
  678. REAPER | Audio Production Without Limits - non-free
  679. Tonstudio › Wiki › ubuntuusers.de
  680. Making music in Linux and beyond
  681. » Linuxaria – Everything about GNU/Linux and Open source Music Production in Linux 1
  682. » Linuxaria – Everything about GNU/Linux and Open source Music Production in Linux 2
  683. Rosegarden: music software for Linux
  684. LilyPond – Music notation for everyone: LilyPond... music notation for everyone
  685. Denemo | Free and Open Music Notation Editor
  686. The Beast Project | Beast - Music Synthesizer and Composer
  687. Canorus - music score editor
  688. Free music composition and notation software | MuseScore
  689. DebianMultimedia - Debian Wiki
  690. Audacity ® | Free, open source, cross-platform audio software for multi-track recording and editing.
  691. Audacity: Free Audio Editor and Recorder - previous SF site
  692. Libre Arts - 8+1 audio editors for Linux that are not Audacity
  693. Tenacity - an easy-to-use, cross-platform multi-track audio editor/recorder; fork of audacity.
  694. Exaile · Music Player for GTK+
  695. A Music Library / Editor / Player — Quod Libet
  696. Clementine Music Player - though the homepage still offers an ancient v1.3.1 from 2016, it is maintained for distros at GitHub - clementine-player/Clementine: :tangerine: Clementine Music Player
  697. Audacious - audio player
  698. Music Player Daemon - MPD
  699. NCurses Music Player Client (Plus Plus) | rybczak.net - MPD
  700. GitHub - CDrummond/cantata: Qt5 Graphical MPD Client
  701. Asunder - a graphical Audio CD ripper and encoder for Linux
  702. GitHub - dgoel/music-db: Synchronize music database between banshee and clementine music l=players
  703. GLAME - GNU/Linux Audio Mechanics
  704. MOC - music on console | console audio player for Linux/UNIX
  705. AlsaProject
  706. ZynAddSubFX software synthesizer
  707. Hydrogen - advanced drum machine for GNU/Linux
  708. CRAN - Package tuneR - for the R project - Collection of tools to analyze music, handling wave files, transcription, ...
  709. Mixxx - Free MP3 DJ Mixing Software
  710. gmusicbrowser - An open-source jukebox for large collections of mp3/ogg/flac/mpc/ape files, written in perl.
  711. GitHub - wwmm/pulseeffects: Limiter, compressor, reverberation, equalizer and auto volume effects for Pulseaudio applications
  712. Linux Tutorial: MP3
  713. Command-Line Guide to Audio Files in Ubuntu | TuxArena Debian/Ubuntu
  714. heise open - Software - Musik, zwei, drei, vier ...
  715. Debian, Custom Kernel, and ALSA (LinuxMafia)
  716. Musictube, YouTube music player for Mac, Windows and Ubuntu
  717. youtube-dl - youtube-dl youtube-url --extract-audio --audio-format mp3
  718. GitHub - yt-dlp/yt-dlp: A youtube-dl fork with additional features and fixes
  719. Youtube Downloader Wget Perl Script @ Calomel.org - and how to convert soundtrack to MP3 (or OGG or any other) format using avconv
  720. How to record a Podcast with remote guests on Linux
  721. GitHub - trummerschlunk/master_me: automatic mastering plugin for live streaming, podcasts and internet radio.
  722. PulseAudio Loopback - multiple inputs to multiple outputs
  723. SooperLooper - Live Looping Sampler - capable of immediate loop recording, overdubbing, multiplying, reversing and more.
  724. unfa - YouTube - music production & sound design with open-source software & Linux

    Software Video

  725. Kdenlive | Free and open source video editor for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and FreeBSD
  726. Shotcut - a free, open source, cross-platform video editor.
  727. OpenShot Video Editor | Free, Open, and Award-Winning Video Editor for Linux, Mac, and Windows!
  728. PiTiVi, a free and open source video editor for Linux
  729. Flowblade - Free & Libre Video Editor
  730. Cinelerra :: a video editor and compositor for Linux
  731. CinePaint — Open source deep paint software
  732. LiVES Video Editing System - Because the media should be open
  733. HandBrake: Open Source Video Transcoder - HandBrake is a tool for converting video from nearly any format to a selection of modern, widely supported codecs.
  734. Open Broadcaster Software | OBS - broadcast multiple video sources
  735. GitHub - webcamoid/webcamoid: Webcamoid is a full featured and multiplatform webcam suite.
  736. Avidemux.org
  737. blender.org - Home - model - shade - animate - render - composite - interactive 3d
  738. NATRON - Compositing Software for VFX and Motion Graphics
  739. enve | A new open-source 2D animation software for Linux.
  740. MPlayer - The Movie Player
  741. List of video editing software - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  742. DVDStyler - Free DVD Authoring Application
  743. Open DVD Producer
  744. Bombono DVD | Convert Video Of All Formats To DVD - Avi, Mp4, HD, Flv | Motion Menu, WYSIWYG Editor
  745. DeVeDe · Free Video to DVD Converter.
  746. ZoneMinder - ZoneMinder: Linux Home CCTV and Video Camera Security with Motion Detection
  747. WebHome < Motion < Foswiki - motion detector, monitors the video signal from cameras
  748. Minitube, YouTube app for Mac, Windows and Linux
  749. Create an HD Gaming Capture/Streaming Setup with Linux | hobo.house
  750. Lightworks: The professional editor for everyone - non-free video editor
  751. Open Source Virtual Background | BenTheElder

    Software Photo

  752. LinuxPhoto.org
  753. Scribbles and Snaps - Linux, Open Source, Photography
  754. digiKam - KDE Photo Management | The Photo Management For The Masses
  755. Check and Optimize digiKam’s Databases | Scribbles and Snaps
  756. F-Spot
  757. gPhoto - gPhoto Home
  758. KPhotoAlbum
  759. Rapid Photo Downloader
  760. ExifTool by Phil Harvey - Read, Write and Edit Meta Information
  761. Håvard Berland : NEF Workflow, D70/D70s on Linux/Unix
  762. RawTherapee
  763. UFRaw
  764. Qtpfsgui website - workflow for HDR imaging
  765. GIMP - The GNU Image Manipulation Program
  766. CinePaint
  767. Linux color management - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  768. Color Management « Linux Photography
  769. Table of Contents « Linux Photography
  770. Argyll Color Management System Home Page
  771. dispcalGUI—Open Source Display Calibration and Characterization powered by Argyll CMS
  772. LPROF - LProf is the only open source ICC profiler with a graphical user interface.
  773. zentralplan o Monitor kalibrieren - mit LProf
  774. zentralplan o Farbmanagement
  775. Monitor Kalibrieren > Wiki > ubuntuusers.de
  776. xcalib - AdobeGamma-Loader-like monitor calibration loader for Linux
  777. Behrmann - from programming for imaging applications to concepts for building and integrating a Operating System level Colour Management System (CMS) in unix alike environments. ICC Examin, Oyranos, Tutorials on CinePaint, Color Management.
  778. ImageMagick: Convert, Edit, and Compose Images
  779. GraphicsMagick Image Processing System
  780. libopenraw wiki - FrontPage
  781. Multimedia4LiNUX
  782. PhotoPrint
  783. VueScan Scanning Software - non-free PayWare
  784. Pixel image editor - non-free ShareWare
  785. ZEDOnet | TurboPrint Linux | Printer driver for Linux - non-free PayWare

    Software Games

  786. The Linux Game Tome
  787. HOLARSE - Spielen unter Linux
  788. Linux & SteamOS gaming community | GamingOnLinux
    Article category: Open Source | GamingOnLinux
  789. The Humble Indie Bundle (pay what you want for five awesome indie games)
  790. Inside a Star-filled Sky

    Software Backup

  791. rdiff-backup - backup using librsync
  792. GitHub - bit-team/backintime: Back In Time - A simple backup tool for Linux
  793. BorgBackup – Deduplicating archiver with compression and authenticated encryption (fork of Attic)
  794. Borg Documentation — Borg - Deduplicating Archiver documentation
  795. Kleines Borg Howto
  796. GitHub - borgbackup/borg-import: importer for rsync+hardlink based backups / rsnapshot - from BackInTime might work like this
  797. GitHub - borgbackup/community: Resources from the Borg Community
  798. GitHub - borgbase/vorta: Desktop Backup Client for Borg
  799. World / Pika Backup · GitLab - GNOME GUI for BorgBackup
  800. Pika Backup – Apps for GNOME
  801. GitHub - MTrage/Borg-BackUP-GUI: BORG BackUP GUI is a simple GUI for managing Borg backups.
  802. borgmatic - simple, configuration-driven backup with BorgBackup
  803. GitHub - KenKundert/emborg: Interactive command line interface to Borg Backup
  804. Server-Backups mit Borg: So sichere ich meine Server
  805. GitHub - BenSartor/borg-snapshot: regular borg backups on a server
  806. Append-only backups with borg to another VPS or dedicated server
  807. Hetzner Online Community - Install and Configure BorgBackup
  808. BorgBase - Secure hosting for your BorgBackup Repos
  809. Cloud Storage for Offsite Backups - borg support
  810. restic · Backups done right!
  811. Borg or Restic? – stickleback.dk
  812. Searching for a perfect backup solution: Borg and Restic
  813. Duplicati - backup software to store encrypted backups online
  814. I switched to Duplicati for Windows Backups and Restic for Linux Servers | b3n.org
  815. How I do backups (blinry.org) - Borg and Restic
  816. GitHub - garethgeorge/backrest: Backrest is a web UI and orchestrator for restic backup.
  817. GitHub - ad-on-is/resticity - cross-platform UI for restic, built with Wails.
  818. GitHub - rustic-rs/rustic: rustic - fast, encrypted, deduplicated backups powered by pure Rust
  819. Home · inotify-tools/inotify-tools Wiki · GitHub - inotifywait etc. to act on file changes
  820. GitHub - lsyncd/lsyncd: Lsyncd (Live Syncing Daemon) synchronizes local directories with remote targets
  821. The best free enterprise open source backup software for Linux - Bacula
  822. duplicity - encrypted backup using GnuPG and librsync
  823. Apps/DejaDup - GNOME Wiki! - Déjà Dup is a simple backup tool. It hides the complexity of backing up the 'right way' (encrypted, off-site, and regular) and uses duplicity as the backend.
  824. Apps/DejaDup/Help/Restore/WorstCase - GNOME Wiki! - describes how to manually restore files from backups made with duplicity
  825. Total System Backup and Recall with Déjà Dup - Linux.com
  826. GitHub - gilbertchen/benchmarking: A performance comparison of Duplicacy, restic, Attic, and duplicity
  827. rsnapshot - a remote filesystem snapshot utility, based on rsync
  828. rclone - rsync for cloud storage
  829. Duplicacy - backs up your files to many cloud storages with client-side encryption and the highest level of deduplication; source of command line version at GitHub:
  830. GitHub - gilbertchen/duplicacy: A new generation cloud backup tool
  831. bup, it backs things up! - Very efficient backup system based on the git packfile format, providing fast incremental saves and global deduplication (among and within files, including virtual machine images).
  832. Backups with bup · GitHub - initial setup and first backup
  833. BURP - BackUp and Restore Program - client/server backup, optionally using librsync
  834. DAR - Disk ARchive - dar is a shell command that backs up from a single file to a whole filesystems, taking care of hard links, Extended Attributes, sparse files, MacOS's file forks, any inode type (including Solaris Door inodes), etc.
  835. DarGUI Project - DarGUI is a graphical frontend for the Disk ARchiving utility (DAR)
  836. BackupPC: Open Source Backup to disk - for backing up Linux, WinXX and MacOSX PCs and laptops to a server's disk
  837. GitHub - CZ-NIC/turris-schnapps: Btrfs snapshots managing script
  838. Incremental Backup - btrfs Wiki
  839. Linux tools: linuxclone - makes a bootable clone of your running Linux system onto a second (USB) disk.
  840. FSArchiver - Filesystem Archiver for Linux
  841. pgBackRest - Reliable PostgreSQL Backup & Restore
  842. How to Back Up and Restore MySQL Databases with Mysqldump | Linuxize
  843. Syncthing - Syncthing replaces proprietary sync and cloud services with something open, trustworthy and decentralized.
  844. OPByte: Grsync rsync GUI interface frontend for Linux, Windows and Mac OS X
  845. CryptBackup: Verschlüsseltes Backup für Linux
  846. Cryptomator: Free Cloud Encryption for Dropbox & Others - Linux, Windows, Mac, iOS, Android
  847. Backup on Linux: rsnapshot vs. rdiff-backup (vs. Time Machine) « SaltyCrane Blog
  848. Easy Automated Snapshot-Style Backups with Rsync
  849. Backups mit Rsnapshot / 08 / 2011 - LinuxCommunity - Florian Effenberger
  850. GitHub - sahib/rmlint: Extremely fast tool to remove duplicates and other lint from your filesystem - after you've done a backup..
  851. Clonezilla - Disk Imaging and Cloning
  852. How to Clone an Encrypted Disk Image with Clonezilla
  853. Cache Directory Tagging Specification – Bryan Ford's Home Page - CACHEDIR.TAG Signature: 8a477f597d28d172789f06886806bc55
  854. Software misc

  855. rpmseek.com - The search engine for Linux rpm and Debian packages
  856. Rpmfind mirror (rpmfind.net)
  857. Linux Software Directory (Maruhn) - outdated
  858. [fm] welcome to freshmeat.net
  859. Useful keyboard shortcuts - GNOME Help
  860. GNOME keyboard shortcuts ‒ defkey
  861. KDE Plasma Desktop keyboard shortcuts ‒ defkey
  862. Gnome3CheatSheet - GNOME Wiki!
  863. Projects/GnomeShell/CheatSheet - GNOME Wiki!
  864. GNOME Shell Extensions
  865. Apps for GNOME – Discover the best Apps for GNOME
  866. GNOME Circle - Applications and libraries extending the GNOME ecosystem.
  867. Gnome Shell Extensions for Fedora 15, Open Suse 11.4, Arch Linux | Ranjith Siji - Smashing Web
  868. gnome shell Web Upd8: Ubuntu / Linux blog
  869. Five must have Gnome shell extensions for Fedora 15 « Justin Stories
  870. Xfce Desktop Environment
  871. Nico 'nion' Golde's website - tpp - text presentation program
  872. John's World of XV 'n' Stuff
  873. The bzip2 and libbzip2 home page
  874. ImageMagick - Image Conversion and Manipulation Software
  875. zgv - svgalib picture viewer with thumbnail-based file selector
  876. x11vnc: a VNC server for real X displays
  877. dotfiles.com
  878. Scientific Applications on Linux (SAL)
  879. LinuxPlanet - A Guide to the Linux Operating System
  880. XW-Tools - Drucken von Bildern und Grafiken, etwas veraltet..
  881. The Linux SCSI Generic (sg) Driver
  882. scli - SNMP Command Line Interface
  883. LinuxLand International - The World of Linux Software
  884. Tucows Linux
  885. Real.com: Community Supported RealPlayer Download Page
  886. GnuCash - Open Source Accounting Software
  887. the BEST Personal Finance Manager for FREE Users, full stop. | KMyMoney
  888. willuhn.de :: home of jameica & hibiscus - Java framework. Hibiscus Online-Banking Client für das deutsche HBCI-Protokoll, SynTAX Finanzbuchhaltung für Selbständige und "Nichtbilanzierer" nach SKR03/04. Jollina Lohnbuchhaltungsprogramm, jVerein Software zur Vereinsverwaltung.
  889. Gnuaccounting - Free Java cross-platform accounting and bookkeeping application; outdated, most recent version is 0.8.9, released 2016-12-31
  890. Jitsi (SIP Communicator) - the Java VoIP and Instant Messaging client.
  891. A New Kind of Instant Messaging - Tox
  892. GitHub - maqp/tfc: Tinfoil Chat - Onion-routed, endpoint secure messaging system
  893. Ekiga ~ Free your speech. - Ekiga (formely known as GnomeMeeting) is an open source VoIP and video conferencing application for GNOME.
  894. QuteCom - Welcome to the QuteCom developer's home - Free VOIP Softphone. QuteCom is the new name for the open source softphone previously known as WengoPhone.
  895. FreeSWITCH | Communication Consolidation - FreeSWITCH is an open source telephony platform designed to facilitate the creation of voice and chat driven products.
  896. Real, WMP and QT in Linux on MPlayer -- How to Install (Rev)
  897. Eisfair - ein einfach zu installierender Internet-Server, ging aus dem Schwesterprojekt fli4l hervor.
  898. QLandkarte GT - use your Garmin GPS with Linux
  899. Mkgmap - OpenStreetMap - converts OSM to Garmin .img files
  900. Category:Mkgmap - OpenStreetMap Wiki
  901. DE:USB Garmin on GNU/Linux - OpenStreetMap Wiki
  902. USB Garmin on GNU/Linux - OpenStreetMap Wiki
  903. GPSBabel: convert, upload, download data from GPS and Map programs
  904. Stellarium - planetarium
  905. Sweet Home 3D - interior design application, Einrichtungsplaner, Java
  906. QEMU, Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM), Xen + libvirt - qemu, kvm, xen & libvirt - Virtualisations-Buch, Deutsch
  907. QEMU - QEMU is a generic and open source machine emulator and virtualizer.
  908. QEMU › Wiki › ubuntuusers.de
  909. KVM - KVM (for Kernel-based Virtual Machine) is a full virtualization solution for Linux on x86 hardware containing virtualization extensions (Intel VT or AMD-V)
  910. Increasing a KVM Virtual Machine Disk when using LVM and ext4
  911. How To extend/increase KVM Virtual Machine (VM) disk size | ComputingForGeeks
  912. VirtualBox - a general-purpose full virtualizer for x86 hardware
  913. Matthias Panczyk - Linux MTPCenter fuer Pinnacle ShowCenter
  914. LFTP - sophisticated file transfer program - does SFTP, FTPS, HTTPS, ...
  915. cbftp - an FTP tool that isn't old and clunky
  916. SyncEvolution - SyncEvolution synchronizes personal information management (PIM) data via various protocols (SyncML, CalDAV/CardDAV, ActiveSync). It syncs contacts, appointments, tasks and memos. It syncs to web services or to SyncML-capable phones via Bluetooth.
  917. Synchronizing Directly to Evolution via HTTP | SyncEvolution
  918. fstools - Frams' Shell Tools
  919. F*EX - File EXchange - Frams' Fast File EXchange
  920. Linux Software Repositories – Google - and GPG keys
  921. dgsh — directed graph shell - provides an expressive way to construct sophisticated and efficient big data set and stream processing pipelines
  922. NCurses Disk Usage - ncdu
  923. Broot - Get an overview of a directory, even a big one
  924. Cockpit Project — Cockpit Project - web-based graphical interface for servers
  925. GitHub - smeighan/xLights: xLights is a sequencer for Lights. xLights has usb and E1.31 drivers. You can create sequences in this object oriented program. You can create playlists, schedule them, test your hardware, convert between different sequencers.
  926. CoreCtrl / CoreCtrl · GitLab

    unsorted

  927. K12Linux in Schools Project - Home Page
  928. K-12Linux in Schools - K12-Linux NetPC
  929. Microsoft Linux - the premier linux distro
  930. LinuxChix.Org
  931. Mkkrl - Script for compiling the Linux kernel
  932. m e t a l a b linux archive
  933. linuxrising.com home page
  934. Linux at Adaptec
  935. BTX-Bank - Onlinebanking with UNIX/Linux
  936. Ted, an easy Rich Text Processor for X Windows
  937. Linux in Computer Shopper (articles, some of them worth reading)
  938. UNIXUX: Click on the cursor.
  939. United Linux
  940. Pro-Linux
  941. Timo Salmi's Unix scripts and filters (Bourne shell)
  942. Linux Terminal Server Project
  943. unix quotes
  944. Linux als Server
  945. FreeBSD Hypertext Man Pages: Index Page
  946. Linux radio show - LugRadio
  947. Linux Links - The Linux Portal
  948. Bootchart is a tool for performance analysis and visualization of the GNU/Linux boot process
  949. CVS homedir | Linux Journal - Joey shows you how to keep track of everything with CVS.
  950. Window Managers for X
  951. HOWTO Rip Streams With MPlayer - Gentoo Linux Wiki
  952. Linux Tutorial: Video,DVD,DVD player,TV and Multimedia
  953. Linux Tutorial: Burning a CD or DVD
  954. Ithaca Free Software Association - GNU Linux - Multi-session CD burning with mkisofs and cdrecord
  955. DVD+RW/+R/-R[W] for Linux
  956. Howto record multiple session iso files on a CD or DVD
  957. ERACC's Using growisofs with DVD+-RW Drives for Backups
  958. DVD-RAM HOWTO in Deutsch
  959. How to create DVD from a video file? - Ask Ubuntu
  960. Unicode Notes - Waikato Linux Users Group - Setting up a UTF-8 Environment in linux
  961. Disks and Logical Volumes - LVM
  962. A simple introduction to working with LVM (debian-administration.org)
  963. Logical Volume Manager (LVM) versus standard partitioning in Linux | Enable Sysadmin
  964. LVM HOWTO
  965. Configuring and managing logical volumes Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 | Red Hat Customer Portal - LVM
  966. Chapter 13. Logical volume activation Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 | Red Hat Customer Portal
  967. How to mount an LVM partition on Linux
  968. 5 easy steps to recover LVM2 partition, PV, VG, LVM metdata in Linux | GoLinuxCloud
  969. Recovering a Lost LVM Volume Disk | SUSE Communities - specifically "Disk Permanently Removed" for unrecoverable disk errors
  970. Recover LVM with missing volume | shanes notes
  971. How to recover deleted Logical volume (LV) in LVM | 2DayGeek
  972. Chapter 19. Troubleshooting LVM Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 | Red Hat Customer Portal
  973. Recovery of LVM Volumes - Hetzner Docs
  974. linux - Locked LVM logical volume in VG with missing PV - Server Fault - fake a missing PV with loop device for a clean pvremove
  975. Blivet-gui - Fedora Project Wiki - a graphical tool for storage management - also LVM
  976. GitHub - storaged-project/blivet-gui: GUI tool for storage configuration using blivet library
  977. Logical Volume Manager › Wiki › ubuntuusers.de - LVM
  978. Gluster | Storage for your Cloud
  979. Ceph Homepage - Ceph
  980. GMX mediacenter mounten - Gentoo Linux Wiki
  981. WebDAV Linux File System (davfs2)
  982. Tim Bormann.DE - WebDAV
  983. weblars.de / blog » GMX-Mediacenter mit WebDAV - GNOME
  984. WebDAV nutzen - GNU/Linux.ch
  985. Onlineresourcen von 1&1 via !davfs2 in den Verzeichnisbaum einbinden (kanotix.com wiki)
  986. X11 User-low-level configuration - eight-bit characters, xmodmap, ISO-latin-1 KeySyms
  987. LRZ: Umlaute und Akzente auf ASCII-Tastaturen unter X11
  988. LRZ: Accented Letters On ASCII Keyboards Under X11
  989. Magic SysRq key - Wikipedia - Ctrl+Alt+SysRq REISUB -- echo 1 > /proc/sys/kernel/sysrq -- vi /etc/sysctl.config : kernel.sysrq = 1
  990. Welcome to coreboot - coreboot - coreboot (formerly known as LinuxBIOS) is a Free Software project aimed at replacing the proprietary BIOS (firmware) you can find in most of today's computers.
  991. Linux Shop | Der Linux-Onlineshop | Linux kaufen | Fanartikel Distributionen Programme Spiele Bücher ISOs
  992. HAL Quirk Site - suspend/resume, multimedia and backlight problems
  993. HowTo: Dual Monitors (Xinerama/TwinView/MergedFB) - Ubuntu Forums
  994. Amahi Home Server - Making Home Networking Simple
  995. [shell-fu:home]$
  996. All commands | commandlinefu.com
  997. WindowsTaxRefund - FSFE Fellowship Wiki
  998. vcs-home wiki - how to use version control systems to manage your documents at $HOME
  999. RemoteLoginAutoScreen - jmason.org Wiki
  1000. Oyo - Outside the Walled Garden
  1001. Firmwarespielereien und Root-Zugang zum Oyo - Outside the Walled Garden
  1002. Frank's Wiki Main/OYO
  1003. Enterprise Volume Management System EVMS
  1004. GetDeb.net V2 Beta - Software for Ubuntu Linux
  1005. NoMachine NX - Desktop Virtualization and Remote Access Management Software
  1006. FreeNX - the free NX
  1007. Remote Access to the Ubuntu Linux Desktop - Techotopia
  1008. Remote Access to the Ubuntu 11.04 Unity Desktop - Techotopia
  1009. Screen access to any PC - Remmina
  1010. How to connect to a remote desktop in Linux | Opensource.com - using Remmina
  1011. RustDesk | Open source remote desktop software | The Open Source TeamViewer Alternative
  1012. Apache Guacamole™
  1013. Setting Up Web-Based Guacamole Tool to Access Remote Linux/Windows Machines
  1014. Vinagre - a VNC (and SSH, RDP and SPICE) client for the GNOME Desktop; outdated
  1015. Dayon! - Remote assistance for your family and friends - outdated
  1016. Eldy Seniors Computer Software for Elderly
  1017. Eldy > Wiki > ubuntuusers.de
  1018. A PC from the community for the community - Open-PC.com
  1019. LessWatts.org - Saving Power on Intel systems with Linux
  1020. Linux Stromsparen - ThinkPad-Wiki
  1021. XStrikeForce/HowToRandR12 - Debian Wiki
  1022. » Linuxaria – Everything about GNU/Linux and Open source Overview of Xrandr
  1023. How to Combine Multiple PDF Files With pdftk
  1024. Linux on your Apple Mac | iLinux
  1025. Mosh: the mobile shell
  1026. Byobu - enhanced profiles, convenient keybindings, configuration utilities, and toggle-able system status notifications for both the GNU Screen window manager and the more modern Tmux terminal multiplexer
  1027. Linux Compose Key Sequences
  1028. Script: sandfox « IgnorantGuru's Blog - Sandfox runs programs within sandboxes which limit the programs’ access to only the folders you specify. Programs and their child processes, like Firefox plugins, Flash, and Java, are only able to access files within the sandbox.
  1029. How to enable unattended software updates on Linux Mint - Linux Mint Community
  1030. Open Invention Network - is an intellectual property company that was formed to promote Linux by using patents to create a collaborative environment. Open Invention Network® is refining the intellectual property model so that important patents are openly shared in a collaborative environment. Patents owned by Open Invention Network® are available royalty-free to any company, institution or individual that agrees not to assert its patents against the Linux System.
  1031. Ubuntu 12.04.4 für alte Rechner | heise open - mit Prozessoren ohne PAE-Unterstützung
  1032. Setup Adobe Digital Editions with Kobo Reader on Linux -- Linux Crumbs - should work similar for other ebook readers than Kobo as well
  1033. How do I install Adobe Digital Edition on Linux... | Adobe Community
  1034. Can't install Adobe Digital Editions 1.7.2 - with a link to digitaleditions.exe you need to install with wine
  1035. PlayOnLinux - Run your Windows applications on Linux easily! - front-end to install software under Wine; something like winetricks --gui
  1036. How to Unregister Wine File Associations in Linux - Appuals.com
  1037. removes wine file associations · GitHub - collected commands of the Unregister Wine File Associations article
  1038. Ebooks for Linux Users.pdf (westlakelibrary.org)
  1039. THE LINUX STUFF: Install Adobe (Acrobat PDF) Reader on Fedora, CentOS / RHEL 5, 6 - unfortunately the proprietory Adobe Reader may be needed for online forms in some rare cases
  1040. Software Collections — Software Collections - is the home for projects creating Software Collections (SCLs) for Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Fedora, CentOS, and Scientific Linux. Software Collections give you the power to build and concurrently install multiple versions of the same components on your system, without affecting the system versions of the packages installed from your distribution.
  1041. linux:bluetooth [Stefanux.de - Dokumentation für Administratoren]
  1042. Weblog for dammitjim - Debian Wheezy and Bluetooth Headphones (A2DP)
  1043. Calomel.org :: Open Source Research and Reference
  1044. How to fix Shellshock on Ubuntu · webBox.io - if you still run Ubuntu 13.04 raring ... i.e. when on Linux Mint Olivia 15
  1045. Linux Mint Forums • View topic - Main Edition: BASH vulnerability a.k.a. 'Shellshock' - for the raring's ...
  1046. OpenAFS - AFS is a distributed filesystem product, it offers a client-server architecture for federated file sharing and replicated read-only content distribution, providing location independence, scalability, security, and transparent migration capabilities.
  1047. How to Convert From RPM to DEB and DEB to RPM Package Using Alien
  1048. Linus Torvalds: The King of Geeks (And Dad of 3) | WIRED
  1049. If I Buy a Computer with Windows 8 and Secure Boot Can I Still Install Linux? - UEFI Secure Boot explained
  1050. LinuxNetz.de | Software & Spiele | Adobe Flash mit DRM nutzen - flash in the pan of hal, the horror of hell, and the enlightening thread of Flash access support on linux (ubuntu) |Adobe Community, right at the end a moneyquote from Stephen D. an Adobe guy: "It's hard to believe the video situation will get better over time with Flash 11.x on Linux being frozen (and especially for protected video that requires HAL)."
  1051. Flatpak - the future of application distribution
  1052. media.ccc.de - Flatpak, a technical walkthrough
  1053. Flatpak :: Fedora Docs Site - concepts and tutorial
  1054. Fedora Flatpak Status
  1055. A Beginner's Guide to Manage Flatpak Permission Using Flatseal
  1056. Flatpak - a security nightmare
  1057. Response to flatkill.org | TheEvilSkeleton
  1058. mitmproxy
  1059. Solaris to Linux Migration 2017 - Brendan Gregg's answer to the Oracle layoff of the Solaris team; loads of good pointers
  1060. Debate/initsystem/systemd - Debian Wiki
  1061. The Biggest Myths about systemd
  1062. GitHub - chubin/awesome-console-services: A curated list of awesome console services (reachable via HTTP, HTTPS and other network protocols)
  1063. Ansible is Simple IT Automation
  1064. Updating the BIOS on Lenovo laptops from Linux using a USB flash stick - gets important again with firmware updates for Spectre and Meltdown
  1065. Debian -- Details of package grub-imageboot - might be able to boot a BIOS update image
  1066. Debian Popularity Contest, editors by installation
  1067. LinuxMM - linux-mm.org Wiki - Linux Memory Management
  1068. Understanding the Linux Virtual Memory Manager - Mel Gorman's book
  1069. Install a Centralized Log Server with Rsyslog in Debian 9
  1070. PowerTOP | 01.org - PowerTOP is a Linux tool to diagnose issues with power consumption and power management.
    And the PowerTOP User's Guide (PDF).
  1071. GitHub - zevv/lsofgraph: lsof to graphviz
  1072. DNS Privacy Daemon - Stubby :: dnsprivacy.org
  1073. Stubby - ArchWiki - DNS-over-TLS (DoT) stub resolver
  1074. Unbound - Unbound is a validating, recursive, and caching DNS resolver.
  1075. GitHub - alfredopalhares/openvpn-update-resolv-conf: Script that updates DNS settings are pushed by the OpenVPN server - best for systemd < 229
  1076. GitHub - jonathanio/update-systemd-resolved: Helper script for OpenVPN to directly update the DNS settings of a link through systemd-resolved via DBus. - best for systemd >= 229
  1077. free gnu/linux high-quality pictures
  1078. How To Migrate to a New Linux Server - transferring a system to a new server, DigitalOcean, but not only
  1079. security - Which is the safest way to get root privileges: sudo, su or login? - Unix & Linux Stack Exchange
  1080. GitHub - jerome-pouiller/reredirect: Tool to dynamicly redirect outputs of a running process
  1081. GitHub - nelhage/reptyr: Reparent a running program to a new terminal
  1082. Remotely Installing a Fully-Encrypted Debian Server · fribbledom
  1083. Command LIne Magic (climagic) home page -- I didn't know you could do that in Bash!
  1084. How to Monitor the Progress of Linux Commands (With pv and progress)
  1085. Crontab.guru - The cron schedule expression editor - like https://crontab.guru/#0_*/4_*_*_* : “At minute 0 past every 4th hour.”
  1086. How I created custom desktop notifications using terminal and cron
  1087. Anitya (release-monitoring.org) - monitor upstream releases for distribution packaging
  1088. explainshell.com - match command-line arguments to their help text
  1089. Cockpit Project — Cockpit Project - web-based graphical interface for servers
  1090. vdirsyncer documentation - Vdirsyncer is a command-line tool for synchronizing calendars and addressbooks between a variety of servers and the local filesystem.
  1091. khal documentation - Khal is a standards based CLI (console) calendar program, able to synchronize with CalDAV servers through vdirsyncer.
  1092. Rebooting on wrong password · Cowboy Programmer - take it with a grain of salt, i.e. ${COUNFILE} should be ${COUNTFILE} and chmod 777 certainly should not be; also do not use it if external logins are enabled, read the WARNING!
  1093. rpm.org - Documentation
  1094. rpm.org - RPM Reference Manual
  1095. RPM HOWTO (tldp.org, v3.0, 1999)
  1096. Maximum RPM - Taking the RPM Package Manager to the Limit
  1097. RPM Packaging Guide
  1098. Fedora Packaging Guidelines :: Fedora Docs
  1099. Packaging Tutorial: GNU Hello :: Fedora Docs
  1100. User Documentation — COPR documentation # How can I package software as RPM?
  1101. RPM spec wizard - code on GitHub
  1102. RPM Guide - old museum draft 0.1
  1103. How to Use tmux on Linux (and Why It’s Better Than Screen)
  1104. Tmux for GNU Screen Refugees and Vim Users | hobo.house
  1105. Sharing Linux Terminal Sessions With Tmux and Screen
  1106. GitHub - tmuxinator/tmuxinator: Manage complex tmux sessions easily
  1107. GitHub - rkitover/tmux-screen-compat: Make tmux behave like screen.
  1108. GitHub - tio/tio: A serial device I/O tool - tio was originally created as an alternative to screen for connecting to serial devices when used in combination with tmux.
  1109. tmate • Instant terminal sharing - a tmux fork to share a terminal; be aware it is risky, tmate.io not being taken over by a bad third party; or run your own server
  1110. Zellij - A terminal workspace with batteries included
  1111. How to install GCC 8 and Clang/LLVM 6 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 - Red Hat Developer
  1112. asciinema - Record and share your terminal sessions, the right way
  1113. Podman | podman.io - Pod Manager tool, daemonless container engine for OCI Containers
  1114. exa · a modern replacement for ls
  1115. Pat David: Ubuntu SSH Ads (motd)
  1116. refarch-privatecloud/Install_OCP_4.x.md at master · ibm-cloud-architecture/refarch-privatecloud · GitHub - OpenShift installation
  1117. GKrellM - a single process stack of system monitors
  1118. Home | chezmoi.io - Manage your dotfiles across multiple machines, securely.
  1119. Take back your dotfiles with Chezmoi - Fedora Magazine
  1120. linux - understanding "ip addr change" and "ip addr replace" commands - Server Fault
  1121. Diskless Linux (archive.org, 2017) - article from 2002 ...
  1122. GitHub - pixelb/crudini: A utility for manipulating ini files
  1123. TurnKey GNU/Linux | 100+ free ready-to-use system images for virtual machines, the cloud and bare metal
  1124. sK1 Project: sK1, UniConvertor, Color Picker and other project tools
  1125. smem - Linux Memory Reporting/Statistics Tool | 2DayGeek
  1126. In defence of swap: common misconceptions
  1127. Linux x86 Program Start Up - or - How the heck do we get to main()?
  1128. How To Flush DNS Cache on Linux – devconnected
  1129. How to flush the DNS cache on Linux - TechRepublic
  1130. RPM and GPG: How to verify Linux packages before installing them | Enable Sysadmin
  1131. How to Remove RPM Package GPG Keys | hobo.house
  1132. RPM :: Fedora Docs - Checking Package Signatures (F35)
  1133. How to list, import and remove archive signing keys on CentOS 7 - Linux Tutorials - Learn Linux Configuration
  1134. How to sign rpms with GPG - Red Hat Customer Portal
  1135. GitHub - ibraheemdev/modern-unix: A collection of modern/faster/saner alternatives to common unix commands.
  1136. A list of new(ish) command line tools
  1137. How to Install Firefox as a .Deb on Ubuntu 22.04 (Not a Snap) - OMG! Ubuntu!
  1138. How to Install Latest Firefox as classic Deb in Ubuntu 22.04 | UbuntuHandbook
  1139. Firefox snap durch deb ersetzen – axebase.net
  1140. Completely Remove Snap from Ubuntu Linux [Tutorial]
  1141. IP Accounting and Access Lists with systemd
  1142. Linux permissions: SUID, SGID, and sticky bit | Enable Sysadmin
  1143. StickyBit, SUID and SGID in Linux with Examples
  1144. An introduction to Linux Access Control Lists (ACLs) | Enable Sysadmin
  1145. Beginners Guide to Access Control Lists (ACLs) in Linux
  1146. linux - Allow a user to read some other users' home directories - Unix & Linux Stack Exchange - ACLs or bindfs
  1147. How to limit user access to `gvfs-mount`? How to set `rw` permissions on a device mountpoint when using `gvfs-mount`? - Ask Ubuntu
  1148. filesystems - What is a bind mount? - Unix & Linux Stack Exchange - most detailed answer
  1149. Understanding Bind Mounts | Baeldung on Linux
  1150. A sysadmin's guide to containers | Opensource.com
  1151. Crow Translate
  1152. GitHub - erpalma/throttled: Workaround for Intel throttling issues in Linux.
  1153. news-flash / news_flash_gtk · GitLab - RSS, successor of FeedReader
  1154. LinuxMaster Club | The Open Amateurs Club of Open Source
  1155. How to Use Linux dig Command (DNS Lookup) {With Examples}
  1156. Deep Space 6 - The Linux IPv6 Portal
  1157. How To Clear Or Flush DNS Cache In Linux - OSTechNix
  1158. Creating ED25519 SSH keys · Ben McDonald
  1159. Einfaches Server-Monitoring mit Historie - atop, netatop, atopsar-plot
  1160. Micro - a modern and intuitive terminal-based text editor
  1161. A Comprehensive Analysis of the GPL Issues With the Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) Business Model - Conservancy Blog - Software Freedom Conservancy
  1162. Systemd doesn't kill nohups as long as the session exists. Hence your nohup work... | Hacker News
  1163. Introduction to the dconf configuration system - Linux Tutorials - Learn Linux Configuration
  1164. IBM, Red Hat and Free Software: An old maddog’s view - Linux Professional Institute
  1165. WebRTC Test Landing Page - a few pages to test various aspects of Mozilla's implementation of WebRTC.
  1166. Mibakus - Hausverwaltung für private Vermieter
  1167. Linux on the AMD ThinkPad Z13 G2 · Major Hayden
  1168. Solving the Dining Philosophers Problem with systemd - Part 1 - Blog - Brightbox
  1169. Solving the Dining Philosophers Problem with systemd - Part 2 - Blog - Brightbox
  1170. Solving the Dining Philosophers Problem with systemd - Part 3 - Blog - Brightbox
  1171. Move your Linux from legacy BIOS to UEFI in place with minimal downtime | Enable Sysadmin
  1172. Switch Debian from legacy to UEFI boot mode
  1173. Intel Microcode – Thomas-Krenn-Wiki
  1174. Intel Microcode unter Linux aktualisieren – Thomas-Krenn-Wiki
  1175. Waydroid | Android in a Linux container
  1176. virtualization - Running virtual linux using qemu on windows - Super User
  1177. NAPS2 - Scan documents to PDF and more
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  1179. ldd(1) and untrusted binaries - Julio Merino (jmmv.dev)
  1180. Copying Files in Qubes OS: From and to dom0 and between VMs
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  1182. All commands (commandlinefu.com) - thousands of one-liners
  1183. GitHub - garrett/Tux: Tux, the Linux penguin - in InkScape vector graphics