5. Linux user documentation

5.1. Booting the Kernel

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This article describes the steps that are performed to boot the Linux kernel. While this kind of information is not relevant to the system's functionality, it's interesting to see how the different architectures bring the system up.

5.2. Cable Modem Providers HOWTO

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This document attempts to answer basic questions on how to connect your Linux box to a cable modem or cable Internet provider.

5.3. DHCP mini-HOWTO

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This document attempts to answer basic questions on how to set up your Linux box to serve as a DHCP server or a DHCP client.

5.4. Exchange Server Replacement HOWTO

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This document describes the installation and configuration of an IMAP and POP3 mail server using LDAP as the user database.

5.5. Gnome Display Manager Reference Manual

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GDM is a replacement for XDM, the X Display Manager. Unlike its competitors (X3DM, KDM, WDM) GDM was written from scratch and does not contain any original XDM / X Consortium code.

5.6. Lilo mini-HOWTO

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LILO is the most used Linux Loader for the x86 flavour of Linux. This mini-HOWTO describes some typical LILO installations, and is intended as a supplement to the LILO User's Guide.

5.7. LVS Cluster Configuration HOWTO

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This document explains how to set up and administer a Linux Virtual Server (LVS) cluster that provides highly available Web and FTP services.

5.8. Online Troubleshooting Resources: HOWTO

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This document directs Linux users to resources available on the Internet that provide access to a vast amount of Linux-related information useful in troubleshooting problems.

5.9. PHHTTPD

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phhttpd is an HTTP acclerator. It serves fast static HTTP fetches from a local file-system and passes slower dynamic requests back to a waiting server. It features a lean networking I/O core and an aggressive content cache that helps it perform its job efficiently.

5.10. RPM HOWTO, aka: RPM at Idle

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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.

5.11. Visual Bell HOWTO

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This document explains how to use termcap to configure a visual bell on one's system and describes how to disable audible bells on demand.