The IBM Linux Technology Center strives to provide varied document solutions for all of your environment’s needs. Whether you run RHEL on a BladeCenter server, are looking to switch over to using Linux on System z, or have questions about a problem you’ve run into, you can find the information you’re looking for in one of our documentation locations or support forums.
Information Center for Linux
The information center is your source for technical information about Linux on IBM systems. Here you can find product documentation, how-tos, and blueprints to guide you through the processes you need, including installation, configuration, and security, to keep your environment running smoothly.
This site provides technical resources for Linux programmers and system administrators. Here you can find downloads, articles and podcasts presented by IBM developers, information about open source projects, and a “New to Linux” page that provides answers to some basic questions about Linux for newer users.
The Linux discussion forums are the place for you to ask questions, get answers, or share your ideas and knowledge with other users, system administrators, and developers. You can find support forums for technical issues, discussion forums about blueprints, and community forums that encourage you to share and build relationships with other users.
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