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HP-UX Common Desktop Environment Information
HP Documentation Site
Software Porting and Archive Centre for HP-UX
Configuring HP-UX for Peripherals
A listing of each and every file you can configure, and how to do it.
Automating UNIX installations with HP Ignite and Solaris JumpStart
HP Practice Test
The HP-UX Exam
HP-UX 11.x STK Home Page
HP-UX 11.x STK: How to Transition Systems
HP-UX 10.x Operating System Documentation
HP-UX 11.0 Operating System Documentation
HP-UX 11.0 FAQ
Upgrading from HP-UX 10.2 to 11
Ignite-UX Home
Ignite-UX Cold Installations
System Recovery using IGNITE-UX
Ignite-UX information library
Ignite/UX Cookbook
Example Ignite-UX Install
Initial Ignite-UX Setup
Automated Installs
Automating UNIX Installations with HP Ignite and Solaris JumpStart
HP-UX 11.x STK: Ignite-UX Quick Server Setup Guide
Ignite-UX Startup Guide for System Administrators
Ignite-UX: Documentation


Document Search Service
Why can't IBM just come out and say something! I get so tired of reading through 10 books to find an answer. This was the answer to my prayers!
IBM Redbooks
RS/6000 System Product Documentation
Installation documentation for most popular pieces of hardware.
IBM RS/6000 Publicatons
IBM RS/6000 Redbooks Collection
AIX Version 4.3 Base Documentation
Also an alternate link.
All About AIX Version 4.1 Table of Contents
The World of Spike's AIX
AIX-RS/6000 support
AIX Download
IBM Certification Study Guide AIX 4.3 System Support
Treasury of AIX HowTos spanning 3.2.5 to 4.3.3
AIX Versions 3.2 and 4 Performance Tuning Guide
University of Waterloo AIX Support
Exploit World -- IBM AIX section
AIX Documentation Library
AIX Software Links
AIX Documentation Library


Sunsolve Online
SunExpert Online Archive
Stokely Consulting
At one time, I considered this one of the finest places to get Sun/Solaris information. In some ways, it is even better than it used to be!
Sun-Managers Mailing List
Solaris 7 Resources at Kempston
Solaris on Intel - x86 FAQ
Phil's Solaris pages
Solaris x86 Asynchronous PPP Configs
PPPD 2.3.1 and Solaris x86 2.5.1/2.6
Solaris & PPP
IPng Implementations
Solaris PPP/NAT Howto
Very well written.
Solaris 2.x PPP at home
Setting Up Solaris as PPP Client
These are instructions for the SPARC version of Solaris.
Mitch Robinson's USRobotics V.Everything Solaris PPP setup
How to configure Solaris PPP
Inside Solaris/PPP setup tips
PPP'ing With Solaris at CCSI
Overview of Configuring Solaris 2.5 PPP
Hints to get Solaris 2.4/2.5/2.6 x86 working with PPP
Connecting Solaris to the Internet via Dialup PPP
Solaris Sysadmin Tools
Solaris x86 Resources
Solaris x86 hints page
Solaris on Intel - x86 FAQ
Configuring PPP dial-in on Solaris 7 and 8
Solaris x86 Asynchronous PPP Configs
Connecting to Any ISP with Solaris 7 or Solaris 8
RiddleWares' Solaris X86 Links and Archives
Sun Guru - Home for SunOS/Solaris Gurus
Online SysAdmin and E10K Tests and more.
Solaris Operating System Webring
Solaris on Intel Platforms
Wonderful step-by-step instructions. Nicely detailed for the things I was looking for!
Booting from Secondary device


Digital Unix Homepage
Digital Unix Online Documentation


The FreeBSD Project
Move over Linux! If you have ever had problems installing/running Linux, give FreeBSD a try; you will be pleasantly surprised.
FreeBSD Diary
FreeBSD Tutorials


Linux and PPP
This is how University of Delaware "unofficially" supports Linux.
How to Hook up PPP in Linux
Nice look at the workings of PPP and the various forms of chap/pap. In other words, how to guess what your ISP is using. ;)


AIX/HPUX Interoperability Guide V.2
The Linux+FreeBSD mini-HOWTO
Starshine Technical Services: Resources
Linux and miscellaneous resources (FreeBSD, et al.). Some links to non-Unix Xwindows resources.
UNIX Named Pipes
UNIX named pipes
Named Pipes (FIFOs - First In First Out)
The Use of Named Pipes
An Introduction to Using Pipes in AIX
Norm Matloff's Unix Tutorial Center
Unix FAQ
UNIX Quick Reference Sheet
Unix Certification Site
As of January, 2000, I only saw materials for Solaris, although it looks like they are planning for more.

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