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Belgian HOWTO - Linux in Belgium
Belgian HOWTO

Belgian HOWTO

Dag Wieërs

v1.1.8g, 16 February 2003

Abstract

This document describes how to configure Linux for Belgian users and lists Linux user groups, businesses and other resources in Belgium.


Table of Contents

1. Introduction
1.1. Why this document?
1.2. New versions of this document
1.3. Translated versions
1.4. Contributions
1.5. The Linux.be-domain debacle
1.6. Feedback
1.7. Copyright information
1.8. Todo
2. Configuration
2.1. Keyboard setup
2.1.1. Console
2.1.2. XFree86
2.1.3. Compose key
2.2. Display and applications
2.2.1. Using the ISO-8859-1 font in console
2.2.2. Support for the Euro symbol
2.3. Time zone
2.4. Locale support
2.4.1. Dutch
2.4.2. French
2.4.3. German
2.4.4. Walloon
2.5. Native language support and codepages
2.6. Ispell
2.6.1. Install and setup
2.6.2. Dutch
2.6.3. French
2.6.4. German
2.6.5. Walloon
2.6.6. Multilanguage spelling
2.7. Setting up Internet
2.7.1. Dialing in with your modem (PPP)
2.7.2. Dialing in with your ISDN-modem
3. Belgian ISP information
3.1. PPP/ISDN
3.1.1. Brutélé
3.1.2. Cable&Wireless (Online, TijdNet)
3.1.3. KPN Belgium (Eunet)
3.1.4. Planet Internet (Ping)
3.1.5. Skynet (Belgacom)
3.1.6. Tiscalinet (Freegates, FreeBel)
3.1.7. UUNet (VT4)
3.1.8. Wanadoo (Euronet)
3.1.9. World Online
3.1.10. XS4ALL
3.1.11. Yucom (DMA)
3.2. Cable
3.2.1. Telenet (Pandora)
3.2.2. UPC Belgium (Chello, TVD)
3.3. ADSL
3.3.1. Easynet
3.3.2. KPN Belgium (Eunet)
3.3.3. Turboline (Belgacom)
4. Belgian Linux organisations
4.1. ALUG (Antwerp)
4.2. BeLUGa (Brussels)
4.3. BxLUG (Brussels)
4.4. Charleroi LUG (Charleroi)
4.5. Computer Forum KaHo (Leuven)
4.6. HCC Limburg (Genk)
4.7. HCC Leuven (Leuven)
4.8. IGUANA (Brussels)
4.9. Infogroep - IGWE (Brussels)
4.10. ISW (Leuven)
4.11. Leuven Linux Users (Leuven)
4.12. LiLiT (Liège)
4.13. Linux for Life (Berchem)
4.14. Louvain-Li-nux (Louvain-La-Neuve)
4.15. LugWV (Brugge)
4.16. LUMUMBA (Diepenbeek)
4.17. Mons LUG (Mons)
4.18. Namur LUG (Namur)
4.19. Open Technology Assembly (Brussels)
4.20. OS3B (Charleroi)
4.21. Ouverture
4.22. PC Aktief Computerclub (Sint-Niklaas)
4.23. Student Information Networking (Geel)
4.24. TINA (Antwerp)
4.25. ULYSSIS (Leuven)
4.26. WOLF (Mechelen)
4.27. Zeus WPI (Gent)
5. Belgian Linux businesses
5.1. aDOC Services
5.2. Ampersant
5.3. Arafox
5.4. Aragne
5.5. Better Access nv
5.6. Consultux
5.7. CoreSequence Consultancy & Training
5.8. CSS nv
5.9. D. Connect
5.10. Digibel
5.11. Dolmen
5.12. DS Improve bvba
5.13. EMMO Service
5.14. FKS bvba
5.15. Glasshouse Business Networks bvba
5.16. Grmbl productions
5.17. Hellea sprl
5.18. IBM Belgium sa/nv
5.19. IP Net generation
5.20. Kangaroot Linux Solutions
5.21. Linugen
5.22. LinuxIdee
5.23. Mind
5.24. Minotaur Solutions
5.25. Neolabs
5.26. OpenSides
5.27. Phidani Software sprl
5.28. Qbian Linux Systems
5.29. Si-Lab
5.30. Spier bvba
5.31. Stone-IT Belgium
5.32. Supporting Open Source cvba
5.33. Sygmanet
5.34. Théridion sprlfs
5.35. UWYN
5.36. VirgoPlus sprl
6. Belgian Linux resources
6.1. Websites
6.1.1. Linux in Belgium
6.1.2. Dutch Linux-related sites
6.1.3. French Linux-related sites
6.1.4. Mirrors in Belgium
6.2. HOWTO
6.3. HOWTO translations
6.3.1. Dutch
6.3.2. French
6.3.3. German
6.4. FTP
6.4.1. Kernel-source mirrors
6.4.2. Distribution mirrors
6.4.3. Mirrors in Belgium
6.5. Usenet/Newsgroups
6.6. IRC