Author: Dan Barlow <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Last Revised: May, 1999
This document covers how to set up the GNU C compiler and development libraries under Linux, and gives an overview of compiling, linking, running and debugging programs under it.
Author: Deb Richardson <email@example.com>
Version: 0.3 (draft)
Last Revised: November 25, 1999
This document outlines the procedure for getting the current PA-RISC/Linux development kernel to boot on your PA-RISC system. This HOWTO does not currently include the information needed for booting your system from disk. The booting from disk procedures will be added as soon as they are available.
Author: Donnie Barnes <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Last Revised: November, 1999
RPM is the "RPM Package Manager". It is an open packaging system available for anyone to use. This document describes how to use RPM to manage software packages on your system, as well as how to use RPM to package your software for use with RPM.
Author: Alan Cox <email@example.com>
Last Revised: 1999
Writing a driver for a simple SCSI controller under Linux. The Linux kernel does most of the work for SCSI devices, so a "dumb" SCSI interface can usually be relatively painless to write.