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Appendix A. Resources

Surprised!, Don't be, what we have attempted is to duplicate a server-side redirect here. The idea is, supposingly you are viewing this book online from a website, this will give give enough time to think about leaving this environement which is what would have happened if you had clicked on any link, or save this page and go back to the page you were browsing. this will leave with the option of checking out the later at your convenience. To us when and if, a misnomer the link needs to be updated or changed or edited etc. we have to tinker with this page rather than hunt and peck at the links by searching them from different pages

I have strived hard to make it as easy as possible for all to traverse here for finding the links . As a thumb rule all the links have as title the name of the chapter you clicked on the link.

Open Network Architecture. The official website of Securing and Optimizing Linux Redhat Edition


For the latest version of Open Publication License:
For the commercial printing license please contact: OpenDocs

Obtaining the book and example configuration files. From the original web site

Open Network
The Linux Documentation Project homepage:
O'Reilly Network:

                     You can Buy here!
                     By clicking here!
Linux Security portal

For the latest version of this book keep checking here:

The example configuration files can obtained from here:

Creating the Boot Disk and Booting. Redhat boot images are available here:

Openna Errata. The Firewall Scripts Errata page is here

Benchmark Results. The benchmarking results can be retrieved from GCC homepage:

Pre-install. For the latest Linux kernel check out the Kernel homepage here:

Secure Linux Kernel. For the latest the place to check for the latest Secure Linux Kernel Patches Homepage:

Chapter 14 . The sXid packages can be found here:

OpenSSh. The OpenSSh package can be downloaded from:

Linux SSH2 Client/Server. The SSH2 (commercial) homepage is:

Linux GnuPG. These are the Package(s) you must be sure to download:

GnuPG Homepage:

Linux DNS and BIND Server. The required packages of DNS/BIND can be got here:

ISC BIND Homepage:


Sendmail Homepage:
Sendmail FTP Sire:
You must be sure to download: sendmail.8.10.1.tar.gz

For details, regarding Realtime Blackhole List database see:

Linux IMAP & POP Server. These are the Package(s) needed and should be available here:

IMAP/POP Homepage:
You must be sure to download: imap.tar.Z


RSA Data Security:Their web page is
Ascom in Austria:Their web page is


Kernel Homepage:
FreeS/WAN VPN Homepage Site:

Compile and Install.

OpenLDAP Homepage:
OpenLDAP FTP Site:

Install PostgreSQL. PostgreSQL packages are found here:

PostgreSQL Homepage:
PostgreSQL FTP Site: >

Linux Squid Proxy Server. These are Package(s) and are available here:

Squid Homepage:
Squid FTP Site:
GNU malloc Homepage:

Linux Apache Web Server.

Apache Homepage: Mod_Perl Homepage:
Apache FTP Site: Mod_Perl FTP Site:
Mod_SSL Homepage: Mod_PHP Homepage:
Mod_SSL FTP Site:  

Linux Webalizer. These are the Package(s):

Webalizer Homepage:
Webalizer FTP Site:

Linux FAQ-O-Matic. These are the Package(s) required:

FAQ-O-Matic Homepage:
The most recent version of the FAQ-O-Matic is always available at:

Linux Webmail IMP. These are the Package(s):

Webmail IMP Homepage:
PHPLib Homepage:

Linux Samba Server. The Package(s) required are and available at:

Samba Homepage:
Samba FTP Site:

Linux FTP Server. These are the Package(s):

Wu-ftpd Homepage:
Wu-ftpd FTP Site:

Docbook and Additional resources.

Norman walsh,
Peter Graves,
Bryan henderson,
James clark, for his xt and xp
Michael Kay, for Saxon
To each and everyone at OASIS,
To each and everyone at,
Sebestain Rahtz, for his contribution to DocBook
Mark Gallasi

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