GNU/Linux is in enterprise-class server farms, firewall, LAN and "SOHO" servers, workstations, home PCs,
internet appliances, even PDAs, car trunks, and TV digital recorders.
"PC" doesn't mean "Windows".
So How did it all begin? Visit Kernel.org's
Links page to learn more about GNU/Linux.
Fore more information on GNU, visit GNU (a recursive
acronym meaning "GNU's Not Unix"). Read what Richard
Stallman has to say on the GNU
project and on "Why Software
Should Not Have Owners".
- http://www.gnu.org/ GNU website. Visit here to learn where
it started and how/why we have GNU/Linux today.
- A distribution that is great for newbies as well as seasoned users. RedHat has a very easy
install and many useful configuration packages.
- Debian Linux is a very stable and emmulated distribution.
- Slackware Linux is another stable distribution that has been around for a long time.
- SuSE Linux
- SuSE Linux is a German distro that comes with over 5 gigs of software. Byte for byte
this is the best value in the stores (keep in mind that most EVERYTHING linux is available free from the Internet,
at least for personal use). SuSE has an easy install and is fairly easy to configure.
- A site that has just about anything you could be looking for when
it come to linux
- Probably every Linux package that has ever been put
into a RPM (RedHat Package Manager)
format is here. RPMs work on many distributions of Linux.
- Wine Development HQ -
A windows emulator project for unix :)