- DCLUG/UMLUG meeting room info: A annotated map around CSS-2400
with some instructions where to park for a 7pm meeting and how to
find your way from the Rt.1 entrance to CSS. Parking Q is to be preferred,
DD is on the other side of the building, where I work.
My room is CSS-0237 coming in from the loading dock entrance off parking lot
DD. Stop by and say hi! You can find more campus maps on
- CS Lounge
- Visit the local Linux users groups pages:
- My PPP dialup scripts. They use the
old (3.4 and earlier) slackware method (ppp-on/ppp-off). I have
a tkppp wrapper around these scripts, which one day
(just ask me) I will include with these scripts. It's very useful
if you switch ISPs a lot.
It contains various old and new UMD dialup, ricochet, erols, clarknet
and other ISPs that I've been working with. But you should also look
- Other Popular Software that often does not come
directly with your distribution, but you likely will want to install.
- my Linux related Projects:
- Windows for Linux users? : a cribsheet of windows
trivia that unix people (me certainly) will never remember before the
next version of windows comes out
- Box of Pentiums project
- WASP project, with RT-Linux
- LinuxAstro and
- (sep 1998) UMLUG has a Scurity Working Group, to establish secure linux machine
on the UM campus network. I've started to assemble my own
security links and references .
- Wireless Networking, in particular the
new (in 2001) Mobile at Maryland(MAM)
wireless networking mam linux faq.
- VPN at UMD
- Laptop info and in particular
the AstroLaptop guidelines if you
want to use a (linux) laptop in the astronomy department.
- I'm keeping my list of hardware
components online. Mostly for myself, to remember what works
with linux. Most of what i buy works with linux, but not
- DSL, or CableModem, what shall it be?
- My grunts with Comcast being total incompetence of providing
some basic linux instructions is
- Some disk I/O i did comparing
SCSI, IDE and USB2.0 on the same machine.
- openwrt experiments
- You can try my UMD-only download area
(not always active) or else look at my
URLs for often used post-install packages.
- benchmarking on linux
Ted Yu's GIMPed up panoramic shots of some of my pictures,
and sometimes my originals are up in my
- Darwin anybody?
- move to Fedora?
- XM Radio?: no linux browser support and only Windows Media Player
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