How do I?
- Estimate how many sysadmins my site needs? A hard question answered by Mark Verber in an article on the subject for Unix Review in 1991.
- Set up modems and terminals? See Stokely Consulting's SunOS 4 guide or the Solaris 2.x guide.
Sysadmin courses on the web
Tools for System Configuration
UNIX/POSIX on NT
- Korn's U/WIN
A set of libraries and utilities allowing UNIX commands to run on top of the Win 32 subsystem on NT and Windows 95.
- Interix (formerly OpenNT)
A replacement for Microsoft's POSIX subsystem allowing true integration between UNIX commands and Windows NT. Now supports Berkeley sockets from within the system allowing NT to run an X server.
Designed as a porting environment allowing migration of UNIX programs to the NT environment, the product contains the MKS Toolkit of UNIX/POSIX commands.
- MKS Toolkit
MKS have many UNIX/POSIX tools running on various Wintel platforms.
- The Cygwin Project
The Cygwin group at Cygnus have ported many GNU tools into the Win32 environment.
Uses multi-user extensions to NT to permit access to Windows applications onto every type of desktop machine in an environment.
Multi-user NT based system with a central server permitting access from Windows and X-based UNIX workstations.
A site focusing on UNIX and NT integration issues, sponsored by UNIX Review and NT Systems.
A free implementation of the SMB protocol and a Netbios nameserver makes your UNIX file systems and printers accessible as shares to NT and Win 95 platforms.
From SCO, an SMB server running on SCO Open Server 5.x, SCO UnixWare 2.x, SunSoft Solaris 2.x, and Hewlett Packard UX 9.x.
A client running in UNIX user space allows UNIX to mount Windows file systems using the SMB protocol.
Windows NT BugTraq Mailing List
- NT Security FAQ
Enterprise Audit Policy and Event Log Management and Reporting for Windows NT®
Produces useful NT utilities, the site has many NT security links.
- NT Research
The site contains several Windows NT White papers.
- NT Shop
Bills itself as 'the place on the Net to find NT Security news'.