This is the home of the 'Linux on the Sun JavaStation NC HOWTO', commonly referred to as the JavaStation-HOWTO'. This document describes how one can install and run the GNU/Linux operating system on a Sun JavaStation network computer. It also answers the frequently asked questions newcommers may have.
As of April 24th, 2000, the JavaStation-HOWTO is a member document of the
Linux Documentation Project. It
is mirrored there at http://www.linuxdoc.org/HOWTO/JavaStation-HOWTO
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The 'Linux on the Sun JavaStation NC' HOWTO by Robert Dubinski,
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