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View Resource Redbooks

The IBM Redbooks, produced by IBM's International Technical Support Organization, are useful technical publications written by and for technical and marketing professionals. Full versions of these publications detail features, configurations, and uses of a wide range of IBM hardware and software systems. The Redpieces area offers not-yet-published versions of Redbooks that provide detailed...

http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/
View Resource Redpieces Index

The IBM Redbooks, produced by IBM's International Technical Support Organization, are useful technical publications written by and for technical and marketing professionals. Full versions of these publications detail features, configurations, and uses of a wide range of IBM hardware and software systems. The Redpieces area offers not-yet-published versions of Redbooks that provide detailed...

https://publib-b.boulder.ibm.com/Redbooks.nsf/Redpieces/
View Resource Introduction to Linux: A Hands on Guide

This tutorial, hosted by The Linux Documentation Project (TLDP), covers most of the basics needed to understand and use the Linux operating system (OS). A derivative of UNIX, Linux is a popular OS used in many technical applications. Thus, it is probably not intended for home users. It is mostly text-based, but there are some screenshots and figures of various tools. The author does a good job...

https://tldp.org/LDP/intro-linux/html/
View Resource EROS: The Extremely Reliable Operating System

The Extremely Reliable Operation System (EROS) "is a capability-based operating system designed to support the security and reliability needs of active systems." The EROS homepage has documentation about the system's development and principles, as well as source code and links to download the software. Developers will find tutorials, installation instructions, and manuals on programming for EROS....

http://www.eros-os.org/eros.html