Re: Getting off-line version of debian manual
On Thu, Dec 07, 2000 at 02:04:24PM +1000, Michael Glickman wrote:
> Is there a way to read the manual off-line (e.g. a tarball that has all
> html's or a postscript version) ?
> Awaiting reply impatiently.
Description: Text from: Debian GNU/Linux: Guide to Installation and Usage
This package will install the full text in HTML and PostScript formats
from the book "Debian GNU/Linux: Guide to Installation and Usage" by
Debian developers John Goerzen and Ossama Othman (ISBN 0-7357-0914-9).
You can find the installed items under /usr/doc/debian-guide.
Of course, you can also download it with the same path on the ftp, or go to the usual link from Debian and try there the very good program (although complicated, as always) wget.
If you don't have a Debian machine running near, another program for Windoze that will follow the links and download all the pages, like wget, is one called webcopier, free as beer.
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