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     A lot of investigation went into the making of this web site.  The Official Unofficial Monkey Linux Web Site would not have been possible without the guidance of the literature created by many individuals, foundations, and corporations.  This section lists the trademarked material mentioned within this site and references the copyrighted material used to build my knowlege base of Monkey to the point of making this site and it’s tutorials possible.
  1. Trademarks and Registered Trademarks
  2. Copyrights

Trademarks and Registered Trademarks
     All brand names and product names used throughout this site are trade names, trademarks, or registered trademarks of their respective owners.  The following is my attempt to itemize the trademarked language used in this site.
AMD is a trademark of Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.
Apache is a trademark of the Apache Software Foundation.
ARJ is a trademark of ARJ Software, Inc.
Avatar is a registered trademark and Shark 250 is a trademark of Avatar Peripherals, Inc.
Cirrus is a registered trademark of Cirrus Logic.
Compaq and Presario are registered trademarks of Compaq Computer Corp.
DOSEMU is a trademark of the DOSEMU-Development-Team.
FVWM (F Virtual Window Manager) is copyrighted 1988 by Evans and Sutherland Computer Corporation, Salt Lake City, Utah; 1989 by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, All rights reserved; and it is also copyrighted 1993 and 1994 by Robert Nation.
GNU (GNU's Not Unix) is a registered trademark of the Free Software Foundation.  The following binaries mentioned in this web site fall under the GNU General Public License (GPL):  bash, fileutils, finger, gawk, gcc, grep, groff, gzip, ln, make, midnight commander, mtools, shellutils, tar, and workbone.
GRiD is a trademark or registered trademark of GSCS, Inc.  Formerly known as GRiD Government Systems and GRiD Systems Corp.
IBM, Cyrix, and PC-DOS are registered trademarks of IBM Corp.
Intel, 386, 486, and Pentium are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corp.
Links was written by and is maintained by Mikulas Patocka and is released under the GNU General Public License.
Linux is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds.
Lynx is copyrighted by the University of Kansas and is distributed under the GNU GPL.
Monkey Linux was developed by, is maintained by, and is copyrighted 1996, 1997 by Milan Kerslager.
Microsoft, FAT 12/16/32, VFAT, SMBFS, MS-DOS, Windows 3.x/9x/Me/NT/2000, MS Edit, Hotmail, and Internet Explorer are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corp.
Netscape, Netscape Navigator, Netscape Navigator Gold, and Netscape Communicator are registered trademarks of Netscape Communications Corp.
Novell is a registered trademark of Novell, Inc.
Oak is a trademark of Oak Technology, Inc.
Pine and Pico are trademarks of the University of Washington.
Sendmail is a trademark of Sendmail, Inc.
Sun Microsystems and NFS are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Trident is a trademark of Trident Microsystems, Inc.
UNIX is a registered trademark and X Window System is a trademark of The Open Group.
Wordstar is a trademark of The Learning Company.
Workbone version 2.3 is copyrighted 1994 Thomas McWilliams.
XFree86 is pending trademark registration by The XFree86 Project, Inc.

     The following is a bibliography of the literature used in the making of this web site.  Other noteworthy sources are my conversations with Melissa Ramirez and my eavesdropping on conversations held between various members of the Tacoma Linux Users Group (
Ananian, C. Scott. 1997. Synaptics Touchpad Linux Driver v0.1.1.
AXCEL216. 2001. AXCEL216's Max Speed MS-DOS 5.00-8.00 Undocumented + Hidden Secrets.
Borowski, Matthew. FTP mini-HOWTO. v0.2, 9 January 2000.
Brockwell, Stephen E., Yip, Elizabeth, and Wilk, Philip. 1998. Compaq Contura Aero Frequently Asked Questions. Monkey Distribution.
Burns, Joe. 1999. HTML Goodies. Indianapolis, IN: Earthweb Press.
Carasik, Anne H. 1999. Linux® System Administration. New York, NY: M&T Books. 2000. Computer History. History from B.C. to 2000 A.D.
Cooper, Mendel. 1999. Building and Installing Software Packages for Linux. v1.91, 27 July 1999.
Danesh, Arman and Das, Gautam. 2000. Special Edition Using Linux® System Administration. Indianapolis, IN: QUE.
Fischer, Chris. 2001. The Loadlin+Win95/98/ME mini-HOWTO v1.5.2, 21 Feb 2001.
Glass, Graham and Ables, King. 1993. Unix® for Programmers and Users. 2nd ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.
Gelinas, Jacques. 1995. UMSDOS HOW-TO. v1.1, 13 November 1995.
Germán, Daniel. 1998. Linux on the Compaq Presario 1210. Version 2.0 December 24, 1998.
Gookin, Dan. 1996. Dos For Dummies®. Windows 95 ed. Foster City, CA: IDG Books Worldwide.
Hsiao, Aron. 2000. The Concise Guide to XFree86 for Linux. Indianapolis, IN: QUE.
Haungs, Michael L. 1998. The Executable and Linking Format (ELF). 1998-09-21 Version.
Hinner, Martin. 1998. The Filesystems HOWTO. Version 0.7.5, 22 August 2000.
Kall, Bruce. 2001. Linux Touchpad Driver. 4/23/01 Version 3.1.2.
Kerslager, Milan. 1997. Monkey-Mini Linux Web Site. Monkey Linux v06. English Version May 8, 1997. Czech Version September 5, 1997.
Lacal, Jose C. 1998. Monkey Linux, ML101: Installation and Configuration on a PC running DOS or Windows. Revision 1.0 Final, 05/31/98.
Landers, Preston. 1999. Installing and configuring Debian GNU/Linux 2.1 on a Compaq Presario 1210 laptop. Document version 1.1. Last updated March 22, 1999.
Lawyer, David S. 2001. Modem-HOWTO. v0.22, September 2001. 1999. The Kernel: Configuration and Compilation NHF V1.2. Updated: 23/11/99.
Microsoft Corporation. 2001. Common Questions About the FAT32 File System. Article-ID: Q253774. Last Reviewed: July 6, 2001.
Microsoft Corporation. 2001. Description of the FAT32 File System. Article-ID: Q154997. Last Reviewed: July 6, 2001.
Microsoft Corporation. 2001. Description of Windows 95 OEM Service Release 2. Article-ID: Q155003. Last Reviewed: February 11, 2001.
Microsoft Corporation. 2001. The Four Steps Needed to Make a Hard Disk Usable. Article-ID: Q66706. Last Reviewed: July 30, 2001.
Microsoft Corporation. 2001. How to Create a Windows 98 Startup Disk that Supports FAT32. Article-ID: Q187632. Last Reviewed: Last Reviewed: March 6, 2001.
Microsoft Corporation. 2001. How to Install Windows 98 on a Computer with No Operating System. Article-ID: Q221829. Last Reviewed: May 9, 2001.
Microsoft Corporation. 2001. Maximum Partition Size Using FAT16 File System. Article-ID: Q118335. Last Reviewed: July 24, 2001.
Microsoft Corporation. 1991. Microsoft® MS-DOS® Getting Started for the MS-DOS Operating System Version 5.0. Document No. SY20255-0391. USA: Microsoft Press.
Microsoft Corporation. 1994. Microsoft® MS-DOS® Getting Started for the MS-DOS Operating System Version 6.22. Document No. MS58574-0594. USA: Microsoft Press.
Microsoft Corporation. 2001. Minimum Hardware Requirements for a Windows 98 Installation. Article-ID: Q182751. Last Reviewed: January 24, 2001.
Microsoft Corporation. 2001. Overview of FAT, HPFS, and NTFS File Systems. Article-ID: Q100108. Last Reviewed: August 8, 2001.
Ogonowsky, Waldemar. 1998. README.TXT. Mini Linux for Hams v2.0.35 1998.
Reesor, Glen. 2001. SLIP/PPP Emulator mini-HOWTO. Revision 3.1, 21 February 2001.
Singh, Manish. 1998. Secure POP via SSH mini-HOWTO. v1.0, 30 September 1998.
Short, Jeff. 1998. The 3 Button Serial Mouse mini-HOWTO. v1.33, 31 May 1998.
Shorey, Jeff. 1999. X Server for Linux on Laptops with the NeoMagic MagicGraph 128 Family Chipsets. 2/22/99 Update.
Storner, Henrik. Linux kerneld mini-HOWTO. Revision v2.0, 22 May 2000.
Taylor, Kevin. 2000. XDM and X Terminal mini-HOWTO. Revision v0.05, 14 November 2000.
Volkerding, Patrick and Reichard, Kevin. 2000. Linux® System Commands. Foster City, CA: M&T Books.
Williams, Robin and Tollet, John. 1998. The Non-Designer’s Web Book; an Easy Guide to Creating, Designing, and Posting Your Own Web Site. Berkeley, CA: Peachpit Press.

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