NextStep Resources Page!
I created this page for my own use. It is intended to make it quick to find information I've already tracked down. This includes applications, documentation, and other interesting items. Perhaps this will be of value to others looking for NextStep/OpenStep, and now Mac OS X information.
My personal notes:
- Trying Newer Hardward with NextStep and OpenStep
- NextStep 4.2 on Asus P2B-F board with ATI XPert @ Play 98 AGP card
- NextStep 3.3 on Asus P2B-F board with ATI XPert @ Play 98 AGP card
- NextStep/Openstep Developer Book Resources
- NextStep HTTP Server Configuration Page
- Setting up Mac OS X to use a Next laser printer: A small tutorial
- Mac OS X defaults Notes
- Apple Computer, Inc.
- The Bay Area NeXT Group (San Francisco, CA)
- Disktab Entries for NeXTStep and OpenStep
NEXTSTEP FTP Sites
- NEXT-FTP.PEAK.ORG The NEXTSTEP and OpenStep ftp archive at ftp://ftp.cs.orst.edu has been moved to ftp://next-ftp.peak.org , effective January 23, 1996. The new address was posted at the old next ftp archive directory.
NEXTSTEP Internet: Web Viewers, Servers and Creation
- OmniWeb browser by Omni Development, Inc.
- Apache site www.apache.org
- NCSA site (top level ftp directory)
- PPP Information/Source/Executable
Other Peoples WWW Pages
- Paul Lynch - UK
- The Home Page of Timothy J. Luoma
- Frank M. Sieger's Appletalk page for NextStep/OpenStep
- Black Hole Inc. (OpenStep and Hardware sales)
- Omni Development, Inc. (OmniWeb browser)
- Openbase (Formerly Quickbase)
- Stone Design Corp. (OmniWeb browser)
- MiscKit Home Page (Freely useable classes). Read about the 3Dkit and IndexingKit move to this group.
The World Wide Web was originally created by Tim Berners-Lee using NextStep tools.
One major reason: Nextstep tools made this major development easy.