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  • FAI (Fully Automatic Installation) - FAI is a non interactive system to install a Debian Linux operating system on a PC cluster.
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  • Fcron - A periodical command scheduler for Unix and Linux systems.
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  • GNU Swbis - The swbis project is a from-scratch implementation of the POSIX spec IEEE Std 1387.2-1995 which describes a format and utilities for software packaging. The scope of the POSIX spec includes a package format, meta-data file format, and utilities for package creation, installation, query, listing, and verification.
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  • Hubba's Unix resources - Administration notes for AIX, Linux and Solaris. Various UNIX utilities and shell scripts.
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  • JACAL - A suite of programs, scripts, guidelines, protocols, documentation, and diskettes, that assist in quick, network-based loads and builds of machines.
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  • Linuxconf - Administration system for the Linux operating system.
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  • Occam's Razor - UNIX system administration and TCP/IP networking tools.
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  • Roland's homepage - This page is about the software written by Roland Smith.
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  • Sendmail Home Page - A website by Sendmail Inc. Open Source mail servers and commercial frameworks.
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  • Sourceforge: dnsupdate - Create DNS tables from hosts file and configuration file. Also add/delete hosts, aliases, nameservers, forward and reverse zones. Hosts and aliases added using dynamic update.
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  • Sourceforge: Fastest CVSup - System utility written in Perl that finds fastest CVSup mirror server for FreeBSD, OpenBSD or NetBSD.
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  • Sourceforge: Mailreport - Tool to analyse mail log file, all explicit pattern are saved in a MySQL database.
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  • Sudo - Allows administrator to give restricted root access.
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  • systhread.net - BSD, Linux and Unix system programming and administration - a website by Jason R. Fink.
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  • Top - Provides a rolling display of top-CPU using processes on a Unix system.
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  • Webmin - A web-based interface for system administration for Unix. Using any browser that supports tables and forms, you can setup user accounts, Apache, DNS, file sharing and so on.
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