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Distribution FTP and Web sites, such as www.redhat.com and ftp.redhat.com, provide extensive Linux documentation and software. The www.gnome.org site holds software and documentation for the Gnome desktop, while apps.kde.com holds software and documentation for the KDE desktop. The tables in this chapter list many of the available sites. You can find other sites through resource pages that hold links to other Web sites-for example, the Linux Web site on the World Wide Web at www.linuxdoc.org/links.html.
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Linux documentation has also been developed over the Internet. Much of the documentation currently available for Linux can be downloaded from Internet FTP sites. A special Linux project called the Linux Documentation Project (LDP), headed by Matt Welsh, is currently developing a complete set of Linux manuals. The documentation, at its current level, is available at the LDP home site at www.linuxdoc.org. Linux documentations provided by the LDP are listed in Table 1-8, along with their Internet sites. Table 1-8: Linux Documentation Project Web Sites LDP Web site LDP FTP site Document Format DVI, PostScript, LaTeX, PDF, and HTML DVI, PostScript, HTML, LaTeX, and PDF PostScript, PDF, LaTeX, and HTML DVI, PostScript, PDF, and HTML DVI, PostScript, PDF, LaTeX, and HTML HTML, LaTeX, DVI, and PostScript DVI, PostScript, and HTML HTML, PostScript, SGML, and DVI HTML, PostScript, and DVI Man page format
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Linux Installation and Getting Started Guide Linux User's Guide Linux System Administrator's Guide Linux Network Administrator's Guide Linux Programmer's Guide The Linux Kernel Linux Kernel Hacker's Guide Linux HOWTOs Linux FAQs Linux Man Pages
An extensive number of mirrors are maintained for the Linux Documentation Project. You can link to any of them through a variety of sources, such as the LDP home site www.linuxdoc.org and www.linuxjournal.org. The documentation includes a user's guide, an introduction, and administration guides. These are available in text, PostScript, or Web page format. Table 1-8 lists these guides. You can also find briefer explanations, in what are referred to as HOW-TO documents. HOW-TO documents are available for different subjects, such as installation, printing, and e-mail. The documents are available at Linux FTP sites, usually in the directory /pub/Linux/doc/HOW-TO. Table 1-9: Usenet Newsgroups Title Announcements of Linux developments For programmers developing Linux applications For programmers working on the Linux operating system Linux hardware specifications System administration questions Special questions and issues Installation problems Answers to command problems Questions and answers for particular problems Linux network questions and issues There are an extensive number of development newsgroups beginning with linux.dev, such as linux.dev.admin and linux.dev.doc.
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