FAQs of Interest to Sun Users
- James Birdsall's Famous Sun Hardware FAQ
- David Tong's Framebuffer-History FAQ
- David Tong's Framebuffer FAQ
- David Tong's ColorMap FAQ
- Hugo van der Kooij's SPARCBOOK FAQ
- The VME FAQ (describes the creation and function of the VME bus)
- The NVRAM/BootProm FAQ for Sun Microsystems machines
- The Motorola FAQ for 68XXX series microporcessors
- SCSI information on Sun3 and Sun4
- SERIAL CONSOLE HOW-TO
- a quick guide to open a 411 external HD case
- a quick guide to the 911 external HD case
- Sun Manager's FAQ
- Framebuffer How-To - For Linux, by Alex Buell
- My "in progress" SCSI FAQ
- NEW!!Sparc Linux Xterm Project - allows a diskless, low-memory, SPARC workstation to be used as an xterminal
- SUNHELP.ORG - The guide to all Sun information, both old and new.
- Sun 3/3x Archive - The best spot on the planet about the Sun 3 Series
- Mike Spooner's Rough Guide to MBUS Modules - Now hosted at SunHelp.Org. Want to know more about Sparc 10's and 20's?
- Celeste Stokely's Serial Port Resources - If you want to use the serial ports of your Sun...
- Sparc HOW TO - Which Sparc to run Linux on? This will give you good info.
- Jaeger's Misc Linux Tutorials - some are a bit dated now, but worth the look!
- Sparc For Dummies - Wish I'd thought of that name! Good tricks and tips!
- NetBSD - Sparc FAQ - Has some useful tips and tricks for Sparc users.
- SUN CDROM FAQ
- Sparc Linux FAQ
- Suns at Home - Home of a great mailing list for those who have Sun machines at home
- Attach a Type5 Keyboard to your Linux PC
- The Linux for Sun 3 Site - under development
- The SUN Shack - interesting tidbits
- SunWHERE - Sun's source of over 460 links
- Useful tools for Sun & Solaris - Also the home of the NVRAM FAQ
- Resources for Sys Admins - Good stuff for a variety of systems
- Setting up Linux on a Sparc box - a little dated, but a good primer
- Buying an Old Sparc FAQ - Not sure which Sparc to get? This has all the answers!
- SUN's Linux Page
- RedHat Linux - This Link shows what hardware RH6.1 supports
- UltraLinux - For UltraSparc II type equipment
- NetBSD Sun3 - The most widely ported OS in the world, supports VME hardware!
- NetBSD Sparc - The most widely ported OS in the world, supports VME hardware!
- NetBSD Sparc64 - The most widely ported OS in the world, UltraSparc 64bit
- OpenBSD - Supports a pretty good range of hardware
- Debian GNU/Linux M68k - Sun3 port (or anything using the Motorola 68XXX series)
- Debian GNU/Linux Sparc - Sparc port
- OpenLinux from Caldera - Recently provided