Debian Documentation Project: Documentation for non-x86 Debian
Adam P. Harris wrote:
>The installation guide is maintained now primarily by Igor Grobman.
>It's been recently updated. HTML is at
>http://www.igoria.net/install/install.html, SGML sources are in there
>too. [ ...cut... ] Also the
>title is changed, it's now "Installing Debian Linux 2.0 For x86". It
>only covers x86, and Debian Linux 2.0 is not *only* for x86 anymore,
>so let's try to rid ourselves of x86-centricness.
I'm sending this to you on the four non-x86 lists, to see if you have
any installation or other documentation that could be included in the
Debian Documentation Project, or, if there is none now, what documentation
you think there should be.
The DDP home page is at <http://www.debian.org/~elphick/ddp/>.
[This is cross-posted to five lists, so please keep the discussion
at a general level.]
Oliver Elphick Oliver.Elphick@lfix.co.uk
Isle of Wight http://www.lfix.co.uk/oliver
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