The Palm OS Emulator HOWTO guides users through the process of installing and setting up the Palm OS Emulator, an application for desktop computers that emulates the operations of Palm Computing Platform hardware devices. With it, users can load ROM images, applications, and databases and use them on their desktop computers.
This package provides the man command. This utility is the primary way of examining the on-line help files (manual pages). It uses the groff suite of programs to format and display the manual pages. Other utilities provided include the whatis and apropos commands for searching the manual page database, the manpath utility for determining the manual page search path, and the maintenance utilities mandb, catman, and zsoelim.
Robochart makes drawing all types of flow diagrams, such as data flow diagrams, UML, flow charts, and org charts fast and easy. Drag and drop shapes and lines from a large library, add text in selectable fonts and colors, and modify the diagram with direct manipulation. Output formats include PostScript, MIF. and HTML with images and maps.
GNU V.E.R.A. (Virtual Entity of Relevant Acronyms) is a free list of acronyms, all of which are used in the field of computing. V.E.R.A. is primarily meant to be used as an online reference, although some efforts have been taken to make its TeX output look acceptable. It contains approximately 8100 acronyms.
SGMLtools-Lite is the successor of SGMLtools. It is a set of Python and DSSSL scripts which makes interaction with Jade in order to process (mostly DocBook) SGML files a breeze, and is easy to extend with custom processing instructions. Out of the box, SGMLtools-Lite knows how to convert DocBook to HTML (2 styles), JadeTeX, DVI, RTF, PS, PDF, plain text, and PalmOS iSilo format. It also comes with a conversion script to convert "old" LinuxDoc documents to DocBook.
Logical Volume Management is the art of combining disks to create larger and more flexible filesystems. You can concatenate partitions to create huge volumes. It's also possible to create volume 'snapshots' which enable more or less 'hot' backups. But you can also transparently move data from one disk to another. This HOWTO helps you in a very hands-on way to use these amazing tools.
Rute (Rute Users Tutorial and Exposition) is a book on GNU/Linux that aims to be the definitive guide for new users as well as sufficing as training course material, covering both the RHCE and LPI requirements. It covers essential theory to UNIX as well as giving practical tutorials on all fundamental aspects of Unix administration, from basic commands, the theory of TCP/IP, the Linux filesystem, through to configuration of mail, DNS, and other servers, through hardware configuration and package management. It is not Unix-specific but tends to give examples suited to Debian and RedHat-like systems. Rute comes in HTML and PDF formats.