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Personal Links
Andreas Klemmhttp://people.FreeBSD.org/~andreas
Andreas Klemm's homepage.
Beneath personal data and infos concerning FreeBSD related work you'll also find a collection of Cisco and Unix releated links. The Unix Promo Corner features Unix vs. Windows "Not Today".
Michael Loßinhttp://y42.briefcase.yahoo.com/losse
Michael Loßin is a strong apsfilter hacker since years.
Some day I hope he will start using cvs ;-)

3rd party tools for apsfilter
HP1100 printerConfighttp://www.ncf.ca/~cf744/printerConfig/
Configuration tool for HP LaserJet 1100. Allows you to setup different print parameters as # of copies, EconoMode (on/off), RET (on/off), print density, tray selection.

Apsfilter / Printing under Unix environment
FreeBSD Handbook on Printinghttp://www.freebsd.org/handbook/printing.html
In order to use printers with FreeBSD, you will need to set them up to work with the Berkeley line printer spooling system, also known as the LPD spooling system. It is the standard printer control system in FreeBSD. This chapter introduces the LPD spooling system, often simply called LPD, and will guide you through its configuration.
Printing Files in Unixhttp://www-acs.ucsd.edu/offerings/userhelp/HTML/print.bsd,d.html
User help pages, University of California, San Diego.
Linux Printing ORGhttp://www.linuxprinting.org/
A good source of information what ghostscript drivers are available as well as which printer are supported and other sources of information.
Linux Printing HOWTOhttp://www.linux.org/docs/ldp/howto/Printing-HOWTO/index.html
This is the Linux Printing HOWTO, a collection of information on how to generate, preview, print and fax anything under Linux (and other Unices in general).
Linux Printing Usage HOWTOhttp://www.linux.org/docs/ldp/howto/Printing-Usage-HOWTO.html
This document describes how to use the line printer spooling system provided with the Linux operating system. This HOWTO is the supplementary document to the Linux Printing Setup HOWTO, which discusses the installation and setup of the Linux printing system. The material presented in this HOWTO should be equally relevent for all flavors of the BSD operating system in addition to the Linux operating system.
LPRng HOWTOhttp://www.astart.com/lprng/LPRng.html
The LPRng software is an enhanced, extended, and portable implementation of the Berkeley LPR print spooler functionality. While providing the same interface and meeting RFC1179 requirements, the implementation is completely new and provides support for the following features: lightweight (no databases needed) lpr, lpc, and lprm programs; dynamic redirection of print queues; automatic job holding; highly verbose diagnostics; multiple printers serving a single queue; client programs do not need to run SUID root; greatly enhanced security checks; and a greatly improved permission and authorization mechanism.
ghostscripthttp://www.cs.wisc.edu/~ghost/
Ghostscript is the name of a set of software that provides:
An interpreter for the PostScript (TM) language, with the ability to convert PostScript language files to many raster formats, view them on displays, and print them on printers that don't have PostScript language capability built in;
An interpreter for Portable Document Format (PDF) files, with the same abilities;
The ability to convert PostScript language files to PDF (with some limitations) and vice versa; and
A set of C procedures (the Ghostscript library) that implement the graphics capabilities that appear as primitive operations in the PostScript language.
SAMBAhttp://www.samba.org/
Samba is an open source software suite that provides seamless file and print services to SMB/CIFS clients.

PostScript related links
All about Postscripthttp://www.colorink.com/postscript.html
Valuable net resources for PostScript users.
Internet Resources for PS and gshttp://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/5682/postscript.html
Internet Resources for POSTSCRIPT & GHOSTSCRIPT. Access to information, software, and net links.
KnotPlotshttp://www.cs.ubc.ca/nest/imager/contributions/scharein/KnotPlot.html
Here you will find a collection of knots and links, viewed from a (mostly) mathematical perspective.
KnotPlots Exampleshttp://www.cs.ubc.ca/nest/imager/contributions/scharein/postscript/ps-examples.html
PDF / PostScript examples from KnotPlot.
OCL Stock Answershttp://www.cc.iastate.edu/olc_answers/services/printing/postscript/olc_index.html
Frequently asked questions about PostScript.

FreeBSD related links
FreeBSDhttp://www.FreeBSD.org/
The FreeBSD project. Walnut Creeck (sponsoring FreeBSD) merged with BSDI.
The worlds busiest ftp serverftp://ftp.cdrom.com/
The worlds busiest ftp server running FreeBSD on a NetFRAME 9201 server machine provided by Micron Electronics, see http://www.micronpc.com/web/walnutcreek.html.
This machine is a Xeon/500 with 4GB of memory & 1/2 terabyte of RAID 5, serving up to 5000 parallel ftp users with a peak throughput of over 1 TeraByte per day.
Just for reference: the same machine Three years ago in Summer 1997.
Yahoo.com using FreeBSDhttp://www.yahoo.com/
David Filo, co-founder of Yahoo, describes the reasons for running FreeBSD in the FreeBSD Newsletter Summer 1997.
Google using FreeBSDhttp://www.google.com/bsd
The famous Google search engine running on FreeBSD.
BSDSearch.comhttp://www.bsdsearch.com/
Another FreeBSD based WWW portal / search engine in the yahoo style.
FreeBSD compared to Linuxhttp://www.google.com/bsd
The famous google search engine running on FreeBSD.
FreeBSD compared to Linuxhttp://sites.inka.de/mips/unix/bsdlinux.html
In recent years the enormous public success of the Linux movement has overshadowed the availability of other equally powerful and freely available Unix operating systems.
This paper aims to introduce BSD as an alternative to Linux, to provide basic information, and to clear commonly encountered misconceptions.
Unified BSD package Collectionhttp://www.openpackages.org/
FreeBSD, NetBSD, and OpenBSD each have a similar system with most of the same software applications present. Each group has made many enhancements to the system to meet their needs and improve the product. FreeBSD has roughly 3700 software applications in its "ports" collection. OpenBSD has around 900.

Link to articles about the effort of people to merge the software compiling infrastructures into one powerfull project without unneeded redundancies.

Microsoft uses Unix all aroundhttp://www.InfoWorld.com/articles/op/xml/00/08/28/000828opcringe.xml
Ex-Microsoft employees report Unix is all around, with Hotmail 99 being 99 percent FreeBSD, MSN using some Apache on Solaris, bCentral ad servers on 100 percent FreeBSD, and WebTV pretty much entirely Solaris.

Unix related links
BSDIhttp://www.bsdi.com/
Commercial BSD. Merged with FreeBSD.
NetBSDhttp://www.NetBSD.org/
The NetBSD project.
OpenBSDhttp://www.OpenBSD.org/
The OpenBSD project.
Linuxhttp://www.linux.org/
Linux Portal.
Debian Linuxhttp://www.debian.org/
Debian Linux.
Unix GURU UNIVERSEhttp://www.ugu.com/
The Unix Guru Universe is a web portal for any kind of Unix released information: Unix Flavors, System Administration, Networking, Security, Software, Help MEs, Conferences Shows & Events, Vendors, Careers, Internet.



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