TeX Typesetting system

What is TeX ?
A citation from Donald Knuth's TeXBook:

GENTLE READER:  This is a handbook about TeX, a new typesetting system intended for the creation of beautiful books---and especially for books that contain a lot of mathematics. By preparing a manuscript in TeX format, you will be telling a computer exactly how the manuscript is to be transformed into pages whose typographic quality is comparable to that of the world's finest printers; yet you won't need to do much more work than would be involved if you were simply typing the manuscript on an ordinary typewriter. In fact, your total work will probably be significantly less, if you consider the time it ordinarily takes to revise a typewritten manuscript, since computer text files are so easy to change and to reprocess. (If such claims sound too good to be true, keep in mind that they were made by TeX's designer, on a day when TeX happened to be working, so the statements may be biased; but read on anyway.)

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Here are places wheru you can learn more about TeX, or get some extensions or macros for it.

WWW Sites

Donald Knuth's Home Page
TeX Users Group Home Page
The comp.text.tex FAQ
Petr Olsak - Autor Typografickych systemu

FTP Sites

Czech mirror of CTAN with czech localization of TeX
German CTAN ftp site

Some Documents

Source file for Donald Knuth's TeXBook
Source file for Donald Knuth's Metafont Book
Many other documents moustly describing macros for TeX


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FAQ, Informations and similar

Foxpro WWW Links
LEAD Associates - Visual FoxPro Training! (Visual FoxPro...
Perth Foxpro Page
Edmonton FoxPro User Group
FoxPro Tools and Their Producers
FoxPro Tip of the Week
SLIM Frequently Asked Questions
Microsoft Visual FoxPro 3.0


Foxpro Download Stuff
NetLib 2.5 for FoxPro Home Page
Colin's FoxPro Page
Visual FoxPro Yellow Pages
The FoxPro I/O Address
FoxPro Resources


Hacker's Guide to Visual Foxpro 3.0
FoxPro Shareware CD-ROM

Linux Linus Torvald's Linux

What is Linux ?

** citation from FAQ **

Linux is a Unix clone written from scratch by Linus Torvalds with assistance from a loosely-knit team of hackers across the Net. It aims towards POSIX compliance.

It has all the features you would expect in a modern fully-fledged Unix, including true multitasking, virtual memory, shared libraries, demand loading, shared copy-on-write executables, proper memory management and TCP/IP networking.

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Some usefull links

Welcome to the Linux Home Page
Linux Documentation Project
The comp.os.linux.announce home page
Linux v2 Information
Linux kernel changes
Matt's Unix Security Page
GGI Project Homepage
The ISAPNPTOOLS home page

Electronic Books

I have found some books from many authors, but I lost my bookmark file. If I found them again, i will add it here.

Windows 95

Here are some problem solutions:

The printer on my Novell Server don't become the initial string, set up in the printdef utility.

I spent a lot of time to correct this problem, and it was so easy. Windows 95 Client for Novell Netware, don't set the header size, it's set to Zero. To correct this problem, you must install the New Novell 32-bit Client for Windows 95, which you can find on ftp.novell.com.

How can I share printer conncted to any other station with Windows 95 the RPRINTER utility doesn't work.

The solution is similar to the first one. You must download the NPrinter utility, it was made for Novell Netware 4.11, but it works on Novell Netware 3.12 too. You will set up the printer similar to RPRINTER and than run the NPRITNER. Help files which are added to NPRINTER describes everythig you need.

Some usefull links

Czech Microsoft Site
Microsoft Site
Here can you find many answers on your FAQ
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