The Official Unofficial Monkey Linux Web Site is
the result of my trial and error approach to Monkey; as well as, the
dissemination of my personal notes gathered on GNU/Linux from various books,
periodicals, and web sites. Although one may find it to be rather
informative it's no more than a fan site of the Official Monkey Linux web
page located at www.spsselib.hiedu.cz/monkey.
I in no way have, or had, any involvement in the development or support of Monkey.
There is no guarantee that Monkey Linux will
function on your PC. Nor is there any guarantee that the Official
Unofficial Monkey Linux web site, download files, and external links will
be updated or available in the future.
This is not a support page for Monkey
Linux. The instructions and tutorials contained within this site were
comprised of the steps I took to get Monkey up and running on my personal
systems. They may not work in your case and may damage your system if
you don’t know what you are doing. Heck, I don’t even know
what I’m doing.
Installing Monkey Linux implies that the end
user is self motivated to learn the Linux operating system and willing to
accept the risk of rendering his or her computer(s) useless. Backup crucial
data before installing Monkey. Install at your own risk.
Send questions and/or comments concerning
the design and content of this site to August Chaco at
I know what you’re thinking. In my defense, a long time ago my
email provider was owned by a different company. FYI, it still runs on
Sun Microsystem servers!
Although I am in no way affiliated with the
Official Monkey Linux web site or acquainted with the Monkey Linux developer(s),
I feel it’s fitting to add a link to someone who Monkey users can send
their gripes to. With that being said...send questions, comments, and bug
reports concerning Monkey Linux to Milan Kerslager (the creator of Monkey
Linux and administrator of the Official Monkey Linux web site) at