The Wannabee Hacker's Library

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"Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited.
Imagination encircles the world" - Albert Einstein

This "Library" is a collection of links to documents, web pages and web sites that I have found useful when studying different aspects of ICT, or helpful to get myself out of a mess I got myself into. Trial and Error is a study strategy, too.
Some of these documents are from the evening classes where I studied IT. They are in Duch.
Some of the web pages I've written myself, as web authoring exercises, or as home work for school, or to make a summary on a certain topic, or just as a means to organize my thoughts. Some I've written just for fun.

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Table of Contents

  1. howto
    1. Linux Hands-On Projects - learn Linux by using it : a collection of Linux Mini-Howto's
    2. playing with X Windows : a Linux Kiosk system ?
    3. Automatic System Administration : Windows Commands and Scripts
    4. unattended preconfigured software setup (Windows)
    5. automatic software deployment (Windows)
    6. Command line FTP - FTP scripts for DOS and Linux
    7. Emergency Anti-Virus diskettes
    8. Data Destruction - how to securily wipe hard disks and other media when decommissioning old computers
    9. Connecting a local network to the internet
    10. Internet and TCP/IP network on a DOS computer - including a small tutorial about TCP/IP.
    11. Hacking Exposed - introduction
    12. Multi Boot Primer
    13. Bootable Media - Creating and modifying bootable CD's
    14. the definitive Quickstart Beginners Guide to Nagios in 24 hours for Dummies.
  2. reading
    1. "Hacking"
    2. How to become a Hacker
    3. "Open Source" and "Free Software"
  3. Links
    1. Applications : manufacturer support sites
    2. Computing - in general
    3. Databases and SQL
    4. Networks and Data Communication
    5. Programming
    6. Operating Systems
    7. System Administration
    8. Web and HTML
    9. What The Hack ?!
  4. Download Center
  5. The not so typical Disclaimer

"Never regard study as a duty, but as the enviable opportunity to learn to know the liberating influence of beauty in the realm of the spirit for your own personal joy and to the profit of the community to which your later work belongs" - Albert Einstein.

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