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This document is to serve as a comprehensive HOWTO and FAQ collection regarding the Sun JavaStation NC and enabling the GNU/Linux OS on it.
The intended audience of this document is anyone who has an interest in enabling Linux on the Sun JavaStations. The document structure is laid out to serve as either a top-to-bottom read for a newcomer, or as quick reference on a single topic for advanced users. Pointers to sample files submitted by users are included for extremely hurried readers.
The author of this document is Robert Dubinski <email@example.com>. Robert is a UNIX System and Network Administrator for TAOS Mountain of Santa Clara, CA. Robert is the former computer technician and UNIX systems administrator for Marquette University's Math, Statistics and Computer Science Department, he had 125 JavaStations running Linux. These machines were all configured using the information, techniques and files presented in this document.
In early 1999, Eric Brower <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote the first informal HOWTO for the JavaStation. Parts of this document are inspired by his work, and all unique information presented there have since been merged into this document. Eric's original mini-HOWTO is saved for posterity at: http://javastation-howto.homeip.net/Files/texts/eric_brower_js_howto_19990916.txt
This HOWTO also aims to serve as a member document of the Linux Documentation Project. The LDP can be reached at: http://www.linuxdoc.org
Enabling Linux on the JavaStations , and allowing this HOWTO to come to be would never have been possible without the fine work of the following people:
The HOWTO author wishes to give a second thank-you to Pete and Eric for their work:
The following people have contributed to this specific document:
If you contributed a tidbit of info and are not listed, please email the document author to get yourself listed. Everyone deserves recognition helping this document evolve.
The document author makes no warranties that all the information presented here is completely accurate, and cannot be held liable to any loss you experience as a result of the information you use from here.
Best efforts have been made to ensure everything included is accurate as of the publication date listed at the beginning of this document, but there is always a possibility something may be wrong. In this case, doublecheck with alternative sources first before considering implementing anything at a production-level. If you find something wrong, drop the author a line at <email@example.com> or send a patch to the document source, and corrections will be made immediately.
This document is an official member document of the Linux Documentation Project.
The latest online version of this document can be found at: http://javastation-howto.homeip.net .
The pre-processed XML source to this document, written to the Docbook DTD, version 4.1.2, is available from: http://javastation-howto.homeip.net/doc/src/JavaStation-HOWTO.xml
The pre-processed XML source to the GNU Free Documentation License, written to the Docbook DTD, and which this document is licensed under, is available from: http://javastation-howto.homeip.net/doc/src/gfdl.xml
Copies of this document are also available from the Linux Documentation Project at: http://www.linuxdoc.org/HOWTO/JavaStation-HOWTO.
Any problems or concerns about the HOWTO should be reported via email to the author, Robert Dubinski, at <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Do NOT send bug reports to the SparcLinux mailing list or the Linux Documentation Project.