A Linux workstation specification and supporting files and notes.
The spec doesn't really exist yet, except in my head. But I can tell you that it will probably use Debian Linux, and will include OpenOffice.org, Mozilla, and a hefty dose of Gnome.
Q: Why would you need cu?
A: cu (or "call up") is the program used to connect to another computer, either via a modem or a serial line. If you need console access to a server for administrative tasks, cu is your friend.http://laffeycomputer.com/rpl.html
The manual is excerpted below.
more»grip application, which serves as a graphical front-ends to CDDB, cdparanoia, and either lame (for mp3s) or oggenc (for oggs).
Copying a CD is the domain of gtoaster, which does all of the things that you would expect a CD-creation tool to do: duplicate audio CDs, create data CD-ROMS, and create CDs from ISO files.
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