GNU Project is a free software, mass collaboration project. The founding goal of the project was, in the words of its initial announcement, to develop "a sufficient body of free software [...] to get along without any software that is not free.

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How to configure a Frame Relay in Unix/Linux?

I am in a Networking course, the course employs a Cisco packet tracer to practice before the real implementation, but I only use GNU/Linux (Debian Squeeze) and I need to configure a next network ...
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How to enable TCP connection in Debian Squeeze?

I need enable TCP connections to my system, for use graphical applications in marionnet, network simulation system, in debian squeeze. In older versions of debian it is achieved with ...
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System programming: How to gather info?

According to this question, a good way to learn system programming would be to implement the existing tools. I decided to try to rewrite ls and ps. My question is how would one proceed to get ...
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Poor Man's GNU Parallel implemented in ksh?

I'd like to use the feature of GNU parallel where it can execute the command and the list it's fed in parallel and spit it out after it's all done, however, I don't want to install GNU parallel across ...
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What are the kernel, the “GNU tools and utilities”, the shell and the Window Manager?

Among the many components of a Linux system, I find myself confused (as a newbie) about what exactly is the kernel or what is GNU's part. I understand some basic concepts of this, but where is the ...
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What is the font used for GNU documentation?

I am interested in learning how documentation for GNU related software is written, and am wondering what type of font is used in their PDF documentation? (for instance, the GCC manual here: ...