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News - Temple Updates, News Items,
and Miscellaneous Rants
Linux Router - Building a Cable/DSL Router Out of Old Junk
GRUB Intro - Introduction to the GNU Grand Unified Bootloader
OpenBSD Mac - Installing OpenBSD on a Vintage Macintosh
Linux+ Exam - A Few Notes On CompTIA's Basic Linux Certification
AT Keyboard to PS/2 - A Silly Hack to Convert an AT-style Keyboard to PS/2
DVD Ripping with Linux - Storing DVD Video Data with DivX, XviD, and Other Cool Codecs
HPing Demo - Exploring the HPing utility
CHAOS-Chattahoochee Area Open Sourcers - the 706 Area's BSD and Linux User Group
Temple Evangelism - Sharing the Shaolinux Way of Life
Geek Scrapbook - Various Bits of Technical Info That I Keep in Case I Forget
Sharing the Shaolinux Way of Life
You Can Help This Non-Profit Website to Flourish
Shaolinux Temple has allowed me to share ideas and help others since it
was created in March of 2001. It is commited to helping people use and
understand GNU/Linux and other open source operating systems, tools, and
I am always willing to publish how-tos or other features here on Shaolinux
Temple. Just submit them here
. This is an easy way to make your experience available without
giving it the polish required for a repository like
The Linux Documentation Project. If
you remember t-files, you know what I'm talking about.
As an alternative, if you are already a webmaster and would like to
help this website get exposure, please provide a link to it's front
page, or any of the other technique or feature pages.
At this time I'm not trading links with for-profit sites. I feel the
non-profit atmosphere of this site is an important factor in its
I'll be happy to trade links with other non-profit sites.
Here's my first attempt at an interesting banner. It's about 90K, so
it's not exactly dial-up friendly. But, since most folks are on broadband
now-a-days, I'm feeling less and less guilty about it.
Use the following HTML code to use it:
width=468 height=60 border=0
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