I needed a ramdisk of more than 4M once and couldn't find the instructions for setting it up. Here they are
Jerry Glomph Black black (at) real (dot) com
You specify the ramdisk size when you load the rd module, as an option.
/sbin/insmod rd rd_size=32768 /sbin/mke2fs -m0 /dev/ram0 mount -t ext2 /dev/ram0 /mnt
Vijay Patil vijay (at) euler (dot) ece (dot) iisc (dot) ernet (dot) in 23 May 2000
add a line to lilo.conf like
run lilo and reboot
cscope is a code symbol navigating tool.
from Patrick O'Rourke, orourke (at) missioncriticallinux (dot) com
A cscope for Linux is at http://sourceforge.net/projects/cscope/
An article from Mirus on the unbalance in 3-phase power lines caused by non-linear loads (http://www.mirusinternational.com/pages/q&a_fr.html, link dead Jan 2003).
From the International Technology Industry Council:
Three Phase Power Source Overloading Caused by Small Computers and Electronic Office Equipement (link dead Feb 2003 http://www.itic.org/technical/3phase.html).
netcat is a universal low level client. You can use it to inspect responses from servers. (Formerly it was at http://l0pht.com/~weld/netcat/nc110.tgz, but this url no longer on the net and the original author has disappeared. This URL refers through to a URL "atstake.com", which has the NT binary of netcat, but not the unix source.) It's available (again May 2003) at (http://www.atstake.com/research/tools/network_utilities/, nope link dead Feb 2005). Because of the disappearance, Ratz started maintaining his own version phatcat.
|if you're using phatcat as a telnet client, remember to use the "-t" option.|