Many Linux-related sites duplicate information and others focus on specific issues. The links
below go to sites that we feel are important and useful web sites.
This site contains lots of information about running Linux on mainframes. Linuxvm.org was
conceived as a companion web site for the Linux-390 mailing list that is hosted by Marist
College. Gzip compressed copies of the mailing list, items of interest from the mailing list,
technical and management presentations, 900+ links to articles, etc. are available.
This is the web interface to the archives of the Linux-390 mailing list that is hosted by
Marist College. This mailing list was where the original, non-IBM Open Source project to port
Linux to the mainframe started in 1998. Today, it where most of the discussion about Linux on
the mainframe takes place. It is "inhabited" by most of the experts on this platform, and is a
great place to get help. You can subscribe by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and
filling in the web form.
LinuxQuestions.org - "Where
newbies come for help!"
This site runs the Slackware questions forum. If you have general Slackware-related questions
or need help, this is a great place to join in discussions with a user community that's
friendly and eager to help.
Linux Documentation Project
These people are great at explaining how to do things through their famous HOWTO documents.
Linux Weekly News
Published every Thursday, Linux Weekly News is an excellent source of news for the Linux
community. Everything from kernel development to commercial announcements is covered.
The Official Slackware Store
This is store.slackware.com, the official online store for the Slackware Linux Project. Here
you can purchase the latest release of Slackware, sign up for a Slackware subscription, or
check out other Slackware products like stickers, T-shirts, buttons, and more. All your
purchases here help support the Slackware project!
This site is updated daily with information about new software and new versions of old
software. It also has a searchable "AppIndex" with links and information to just about all
major Linux applications.
Linux.com is a site sponsored by VA Linux Systems. A sort of community magazine site, it's full
of news, interviews, and columns.