References and Links
- I've got some, really...I do. I'll post them soon.
- Here's one for you. Memtest86. The BEST memory diagnostic tool I have ever used. I highly recommend it to anyone. It is very easy to use and has never failed me. A great product.
- Hard Drive Daignostic Utilities:
- WOW! All-in-one. The Ultimate Boot CD.
- Some free online classes. http://rocs.acomp.usf.edu/classes/.(seems like this site is no longer working. Should )
- Writing by Eric S. Raymond:
- Programming languages(~2300): http://www.seg.etsmtl.ca/sylvie/APSI/Ressources/lang-list_liste.htm
- Here is a good description of how SSH works including how to set up an ssh tunnel. Good for understanding SSH tunneling. http://pubwww.fhzh.ch/~pegli/downloads/2004-01-10/SSH.pdf.(PDF file)
- SSH tunneling anyone?
- Making VNC more secure with SSH. http://www.uk.research.att.com/archive/vnc/sshvnc.html
- Some Windows XP tweaks.
- Windows codenames.
- Red Hat Linux codenames and their explainations.
- Filesystem Hierarchy Standard: http://www.pathname.com/fhs/
- Linux Standard Base: http://www.linuxbase.org/
- I have fround a good manual for GRUB (GRand Unified Bootloader). [Grub Manual].
- Article entitled "Silicon 101" by Jim Turley.
- A power supply calculator at JS Custom PCs
- Loopback tests for T1/56K. http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/471/hard_loopback.html or http://www.acadia.lib.la.us/64kbtest.htm
- Loopback tests for RS232. http://www.airborn.com.au/rs232.html
- Does anyone still use loopback plugs? http://www.networkmagazine.com/article/DCM20000426S0004
- American National Standards Institute: ANSI is usually thought of as an organization that develops and maintains standards, but in fact they do neither. They are an oversight and accrediting organization that facilitates and manages the standards development process. As such, they are the "high level management" of the standards world. They qualify other organizations as Standards Developing Organizations or SDOs. ANSI also publishes standards once they have been developed and approved.
- Information Technology Industry Council: ITIC is a group of several dozen companies in the information technology (computer) industry. ITIC is the SDO approved by ANSI to develop and process standards related to many computer-related topics.
- National Committee for Information Technology: NCITS is a committee established by ITIC to develop and maintain standards related to the information technology world. NCITS was formerly known under the name "Accredited Standards Committee X3, Information Technology", or more commonly, just "X3". It maintains several sub-committees that develop and maintain standards for various technical subjects.
- T10 Technical Committee: T10 is the actual technical standards committee responsible for the SCSI interface.
Last updated: 2008-08-20 13:27:12.