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RFC stands for "Request For Comments" and, on the Internet, refers to the set of Internet standards, numbered and prefixed with "RFC".

See:

Contents

Selected RFCs

Some selected / recommended RFCs:

Number Subject or Title and Link, If Known
1855 Netiquette Guidelines

Notes

from 1855: "Make sure you have "Postmaster" aliased." is one of those wierd Unix-isms (I guess) that always makes me pause (or worse). How would I phrase the sentence? How about: "Make sure someone is aliased as "Postmaster""? Or, has the alias 'Postmaster'? Or, make sure Postmaster is (sym)linked to a real person? Or, just learn to understand the (myriad?) meanings of alias in the Unix world?

Resources

See ResourceRecommendations. Feel free to add additional resources to these lists, but please follow the guidelines on ResourceRecommendations including ResourceRecommendations#Guidelines_for_Rating_Resources.

Recommended

  • (rhk) Zvon RFC repository; Miloslav Nic; viewed 7 Apr 2003 — almost all the RFCs, on-line and in HTML for easy access

Contributors

  • () RandyKramer - 07 Apr 2003
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