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  • Acroread and RH - RH9 and later's default UTF-8 language settings interfere with Acroread (Adobe Acrobat Reader)
  • Building RHEL - Paul Dwerryhouse's instructions for building RHEL from source RPMs
  • Chroot Install - Instructions for bootstrapping CentOS in a chroot using schroot
  • Dual Boot Fix - Workaround for safely installing Fedora Core2 (also SuSE 9.1 and Mandrake 10, and any other distribution using a 2.6.x installation kernel) in a dual-boot configuration without losing the ability to boot MS-Windows
  • Fedora Extras repository - Fedora.us repository has numerous third-party packages for Fedora, and will eventually be merged into Fedora
  • Fedora Tracker - Project to track all package versions in all known Fedora package repositories
  • #fedora FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions from the Freenode.net IRC network's #fedora channel
  • Fedora Kernel FAQ - Dave Jones's FAQ on Fedora kernel questions
  • Fedora PPC - Tips by Colin Charles for installing Fedora Core 2 on an iBook G4 or other PowerPC host
  • Kickstart HOWTO - Quick guide to setting up / configuring PXEboot and Kickstart
  • Fedora Tutorials - Numerous tutorials on installing and using Fedora, by Colin Charles
  • Fedora News Updates - Weekly (or bi-weekly) updates on happenings within the Fedora community.
  • Fedora Upgrade - Upgrading to Fedora from RH9
  • Flash - How to make Macromedia Flash work on SELinux-equipped RHEL4 and up, and Fedora Core 3 and up, etc.
  • JPackage Project pepository - Repository of Java packages otherwise unavailable in Fedora
  • Livna repository - Repository of restricted or patent-encumbered packages otherwise unavailable in Fedora, including mplayer, xine, videolan-client, xmms-mp3, many others
  • NFS/NIS and Firewall - RH firewall interferes with NFS and NIS/YP
  • Network Printer Configuration - How do I configure Red Hat to print to a network printer?
  • NVidia on Fedora HOWTO - HOWTO: Getting Nvidia [proprietary] binary driver working with Fedora Core 1
  • Package Format Comparison - Developer and deb/rpm package maintainer Joey Hess compares/contrasts rpm, deb, slp, and tgz package formats
  • RH Locale - Rundown of environment variables that control locale/language settings in RH, which must be reset for many applications that don't like UTF-8
  • RHEL Editions - Real-world differences among Red Hat Enterprise Linux's WS, ES, and AS editions
  • RHEL Forks - Community projects based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux
  • RHEL ISOs - Is it legal to duplicate and redistribute Red Hat Enterprise Linux binary CDs, given contract, trademark, and copyright encumbrances?
  • RHEL Rebuild - RHEL Rebuild mini-HOWTO by Michael Redinger, 2003-08-03 revision 0.2
  • RH Releases - Table of versions, names, release dates, etc. about all Red Hat, RHEL, and Fedora Core full releases
  • RH Upgrade Killed Printing - Upgrading Red Hat caused printing to my local printer to no longer work
  • RPM --redhatprovides - Tip to make the 'rpm --redhatprovides' command more useful
  • RPM Fedora HOWTO - Fedora Project's RPM HOWTO
  • RPM Book - 'Maximum RPM' book's online edition
  • RPM Gurulabs Guide - Gurulabs student document on RPM usage
  • RPM Non-root - Quick recipe for setting up a non-root-user build environment for RPMs
  • RPM Tutorial 1 - Packaging Software with RPM Part 1
  • RPM Tutorial 2 - Packaging Software with RPM Part 2
  • RPM Tutorial 3 - Packaging Software with RPM Part 3
  • rsh and Firewall - RH firewall interferes with rsh
  • Tips and Tricks - Joe Manojlovich's Tips and Tricks, mostly concerning RH 7.3
  • Update Setup - Excellent article by Alexander Dalloz on setup of up2date and yum for Fedora
  • X11 Help RH - How to upgrade XFree86 on a machine with a video chipset unsupported by that RH release (technique is still useful; particular package names are obsolete)
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