Ok here are my favorite pages. These may be interesting for ongoing and experienced web-designers and computer freaks.
I have rated every link if it's operating system independent, for UNIX (and also linux) or only interesting to linux
|Usable for all operating systems|
Interesting about WWW
|W3.ORG||World Wide Web Consortium. All about the web|
|Amaya||Web browser and authoring tool.|
|Lynx||A small and efficient web - browser which displays only text.|
Miscellaneous software, which I use at home or at work.
|Apache||A very popular web server.
|PHP||Very popular programming language for active web pages in
conjunction to apache.
|Apache Week||Tips around the Apache webserver
|Webalizer||Very nice webstatistic tool (inclusive evaluation of the wu.ftp logs)|
|Samba||Some people say it would be the better NT-Server|
|Postfix||MTA which is easy to configure.|
|Mrtg||Tool for visualizing network load (and other things via SNMP) via a webserver.|
|xntpd||Exact time from the internet|
|Timeserver||The timeservers for xntpd|
Firewall related software
|Freefire||A good documentation about firewalls. Also lots of links
about firewall (i have here only this links, which i use at home
and at work)
|Squid||Proxy/Cache for HTTP and FTP
|iptables||IP-Tables Firewalling (now stateful) , IP-Nat (not only masquerading, it has now true NAT) for Kernel 2.4|
|Secure Shell||Encrypted telnet session.