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hc9 [Retrocomputing]
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-:!: Working on a sorted alternative to current [[:SDF Basics]] page+:!: Working on a sorted alternative to current [[:sdf_basics|SDF Basics]] page 
 ====== SDF Basics ====== ====== SDF Basics ======
  
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   * [[:software_packages_on_sdf_by_category|Software Packages on SDF by Category]] - many software packages & programs currently installed on SDF   * [[:software_packages_on_sdf_by_category|Software Packages on SDF by Category]] - many software packages & programs currently installed on SDF
   * [[:doing_uucp_with_sdf|Doing UUCP with SDF]] - (Unix-to-Unix Copy) is a great way to get your mail and news   * [[:doing_uucp_with_sdf|Doing UUCP with SDF]] - (Unix-to-Unix Copy) is a great way to get your mail and news
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   * [[:localization_and_you_-_utf_8_on_netbsd|Localization and You: UTF–8 on NetBSD]] - Unicode   * [[:localization_and_you_-_utf_8_on_netbsd|Localization and You: UTF–8 on NetBSD]] - Unicode
   * [[:emacs_cheatsheet|Emacs Cheatsheet]]   * [[:emacs_cheatsheet|Emacs Cheatsheet]]
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   * [[:using_multiple_interactive_programs_on_twenex|Using Multiple Interactive Programs on TWENEX]] - TOPS-20 allows you to use multiple interactive programs simultaneously   * [[:using_multiple_interactive_programs_on_twenex|Using Multiple Interactive Programs on TWENEX]] - TOPS-20 allows you to use multiple interactive programs simultaneously
   * [[:getting_into_twenex|Getting Into TWENEX]] - aims to bridge the gap between introductory documents   * [[:getting_into_twenex|Getting Into TWENEX]] - aims to bridge the gap between introductory documents
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   * [[:cdc_6500_survival_guide|CDC 6500 Survival Guide]] - family of mainframe computers designed by Seymour Cray and James E. Thornton   * [[:cdc_6500_survival_guide|CDC 6500 Survival Guide]] - family of mainframe computers designed by Seymour Cray and James E. Thornton
   * [[:att605|The SDF Travelling AT&T 605 UNIX Terminal]] - former terminal used on the AT&T 3B2/500   * [[:att605|The SDF Travelling AT&T 605 UNIX Terminal]] - former terminal used on the AT&T 3B2/500
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   * [[:Survival TECO|Survival TECO]] - perform useful editing with TECO   * [[:Survival TECO|Survival TECO]] - perform useful editing with TECO
   * [[:Survival TECO 2.0|Survival TECO 2.0]] - perform useful editing with TECO   * [[:Survival TECO 2.0|Survival TECO 2.0]] - perform useful editing with TECO
  
 ===== Tutorial related ===== ===== Tutorial related =====
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   * [[:tutorial_-_example_wiki_code|Tutorial - Example wiki code]]   * [[:tutorial_-_example_wiki_code|Tutorial - Example wiki code]]
  
 ===== Web Apps ===== ===== Web Apps =====
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   * [[:toobnix|Using the SDF Video Gallery]] - follow this tutorial carefully to successfully post videos [[wp>PeerTube|PeerTube]]   * [[:toobnix|Using the SDF Video Gallery]] - follow this tutorial carefully to successfully post videos [[wp>PeerTube|PeerTube]]
  
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   * [[:MetaArray|MetaArray]] - Storage and services for MetaArpa members DELETEME (also delete that page it's a dupe)   * [[:MetaArray|MetaArray]] - Storage and services for MetaArpa members DELETEME (also delete that page it's a dupe)
-  * [[:The MetaArray|The MetaArray]] - a group of multicore, multiraid, high performance nodes+  * [[:the_metaarray|The MetaArray]] - a group of multicore, multiraid, high performance nodes
   * [[:metaarray_acceptable_use_policy|MetaArray Acceptable Use Policy]] - //This AUP is supplemental to the general SDF AUP//   * [[:metaarray_acceptable_use_policy|MetaArray Acceptable Use Policy]] - //This AUP is supplemental to the general SDF AUP//
  
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   * [[:social_network|SDF - The Ethical Social Network]] - been around since the days of the ARPAnet   * [[:social_network|SDF - The Ethical Social Network]] - been around since the days of the ARPAnet
   * [[:using_freepbx_with_sdf_voip|Using FreePBX with SDF VOIP]] - how to add your SDF VOIP extension as a trunk   * [[:using_freepbx_with_sdf_voip|Using FreePBX with SDF VOIP]] - how to add your SDF VOIP extension as a trunk
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 ===== Connections ===== ===== Connections =====
  
-  * [[:Gate One SSH Interface|Gate One SSH Interface]] - HTTPS based SSH client+  * [[:gate_one_ssh_interface|Gate One SSH Interface]] - HTTPS based SSH client
   * [[:sdf_ssh_hostkeys|Hostkeys]] - A list of SDF's SSH Hostkeys   * [[:sdf_ssh_hostkeys|Hostkeys]] - A list of SDF's SSH Hostkeys
   * [[:using_micorosoft_windows_tm_telnet|Using Microsoft Windows (tm) telnet]]   * [[:using_micorosoft_windows_tm_telnet|Using Microsoft Windows (tm) telnet]]
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   * [[:configuration_and_use_of_sdf_s_dsl_internet_service|Configuration and Use of SDF's DSL INTERNET Service]]   * [[:configuration_and_use_of_sdf_s_dsl_internet_service|Configuration and Use of SDF's DSL INTERNET Service]]
   * [[:sdf_s_vpn_servers|SDF's VPN servers]] - OpenVPN uses Transport Layer Security   * [[:sdf_s_vpn_servers|SDF's VPN servers]] - OpenVPN uses Transport Layer Security
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 ===== Help the community ===== ===== Help the community =====
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   * [[:configuration_changes_needed_when_using_maildir|Configuration Changes Needed When Using Maildir]]   * [[:configuration_changes_needed_when_using_maildir|Configuration Changes Needed When Using Maildir]]
   * [[:sshfs-sdf|SSHFS-SDF]] - mount your SDF user folder locally   * [[:sshfs-sdf|SSHFS-SDF]] - mount your SDF user folder locally
-  * [[:Backing Up $HOME Using rsync|Backing Up $HOME Using rsync]] - syncronize your data on SDF to an area on another computer+  * [[:backing_up_home_using_rsync|Backing Up $HOME]] - syncronize your data on SDF to an area on another computer
   * [[:vps_-_ubuntu|Ubuntu on SDF VPS]] - Log into your vps as ''root''   * [[:vps_-_ubuntu|Ubuntu on SDF VPS]] - Log into your vps as ''root''
   * [[:sdf_voip_advanced_features_and_setup|SDF VoIP Advanced Features and Setup]] - note that making unsolicited calls may be considered rude   * [[:sdf_voip_advanced_features_and_setup|SDF VoIP Advanced Features and Setup]] - note that making unsolicited calls may be considered rude
   * [[:using_an_ssh_agent_to_avoid_typing_your_password|Using an SSH agent to avoid typing your password]] - ...make your password very complicated   * [[:using_an_ssh_agent_to_avoid_typing_your_password|Using an SSH agent to avoid typing your password]] - ...make your password very complicated
-  * [[:SSH Public Key Authentication|SSH Public Key Authentication]] - HTTPS based SSH client+  * [[:ssh_public_key_authentication|SSH Public Key Authentication]] - HTTPS based SSH client
   * [[:mounting_an_encrypted_partition_with_encfs|Mounting an encrypted partition with EncFS]] - a directory where the encrypted information is saved   * [[:mounting_an_encrypted_partition_with_encfs|Mounting an encrypted partition with EncFS]] - a directory where the encrypted information is saved
   * [[:mounting_sdf_folders_on_a_netbsd_local_machine_via_mount_psshfs|Mounting SDF Folders on a NetBSD Local Machine via mount_psshfs]]   * [[:mounting_sdf_folders_on_a_netbsd_local_machine_via_mount_psshfs|Mounting SDF Folders on a NetBSD Local Machine via mount_psshfs]]
   * [[:using_skey_one-time_pass-phrases_for_logging_in_at_insecure_terminals|Using Skey One-Time Pass-phrases for Logging in at Insecure Terminals]]   * [[:using_skey_one-time_pass-phrases_for_logging_in_at_insecure_terminals|Using Skey One-Time Pass-phrases for Logging in at Insecure Terminals]]
-  * [[:Setting up X11 forwarding on SDF|Setting up X11 forwarding on SDF]]+  * [[:setting_up_x11_forwarding_on_sdf|Setting up X11 forwarding on SDF]]
   * [[:how_to_use_s3cmd_to_upload_media_files_to_the_internet_archive|How to use S3CMD to upload media files to the Internet Archive]]   * [[:how_to_use_s3cmd_to_upload_media_files_to_the_internet_archive|How to use S3CMD to upload media files to the Internet Archive]]
   * [[:wan_ip_retrieval_and_dynamic_dns_mdns|WAN IP Retrieval and Dynamic DNS (mdns)]]   * [[:wan_ip_retrieval_and_dynamic_dns_mdns|WAN IP Retrieval and Dynamic DNS (mdns)]]
  
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