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  • The GIS-GRASS mini-HOWTO - This document describes how to acquire, install and configure a powerful scientific public-domain Geographic Information System (GIS): the Geographic Resources Analysis Support System (GRASS). It provides information on other resources for learning more about GRASS, GIS in general, for acquiring data, etc. ( Rating: 0 Votes: 0) Rate It
  • The LBX Mini-HOW - LBX (Low Bandwidth X) is an X server extension which performs compression on the X protocol. It is meant to be used in conjunction with X applications and an X server which are separated by a slow network connection, to improve display and response time. ( Rating: 0 Votes: 0) Rate It
  • THE LINUX MAN-PAGE mini-HOWTO - This HOWTO explains what you should bear in mind when you are going to write on-line documentation -- a so calledman page -- that you want to make accessible via the man(1) command. Throughout this HOWTO, a manual entry is simply referred to as a man page, regardless of actual length and without sexist intention. ( Rating: 0 Votes: 0) Rate It
  • The Linux Ultra-DMA Mini-Howto - This document is intended to explain how to use Ultra-DMA aka Ultra-ATA aka Ultra33 and Ultra66 hard drives and interfaces with Linux. ( Rating: 0 Votes: 0) Rate It
  • The MacTerminal MINI-HOWTO - This mini HOWTO describes the 1,002nd use for a dead Macintosh (grin): how to configure the Mac for use as a Linux terminal. ( Rating: 0 Votes: 0) Rate It
  • The RCS MINI-HOWTO - This document covers basic installation and usage of RCS, the GNU Revision Control System, under Linux. It also covers the installation of the diff(1) and diff3(1) utilities, which are necessary for RCS to operate. ( Rating: 9.33 Votes: 3) Rate It

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