this is for dan and any other penguins* out there i'm on a calendar list and this guy mentions a site with linux software, so i ask where is it, and here's his reply... ____________________________________ >Rudy- > >Thanks for your reply to my Linux query. > >RE: >>not me personally, but the web developer group i belong to runs its web >>site on linux, using cold fusion and oracle 8 >> http://evolt.org/ >>where's this SAL to be found? >> >The URL you are looking for is: > >http://sal.kachinatech.com/index.shtml > >Also interesting in the same vein: > >http://www.llp.fu-berlin.de/baum/linuxlist-a.html > >a list called "Linux Software for Scientists - A", which gets you started >with the letter "A" in a nice listfrom Germany (in English). The last mod >date shows 04 MAR 97, so the list is a bit old if the date is correct. > >Also check : > >http://www.unix-vs-nt.org/resources.html > >for a list of Linux and FreeBSD resources, and do not miss > >http://www.ibiblio.org/pub/Linux > >which is the MetaLab Linux archive page, with links to their Linux archive >(about 55 Gigs) and also the Linux Documentation Project, which has a LOT of >links . That's http://www.linuxdoc.org, if memory serves. > >I see that Red Hat just released Linux 7.0 yesterday, and if you check > >http://www.lsl.com/ > >you will find the Linux System Labs site, where you can score the new >version for $1.89 per CD-ROM. If Red Hat is not your cup of tea, there are >links to everybody else there too, > >Hope this helps! rudy r937.com * of course, i mean that in the nicest way a penguin walks into a bar and orders a beer, the bartender serves him and the penguin asks "has my brother been in here?" and the bartender says "i dunno, what's he look like?"