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Re: should be packaged: remaining LDP books



In article <Pine.OSF.4.02.9811260950130.30027-100000@verde.ph.unito.it>, Andrea Fanfani <fanfani@verde.ph.unito.it> writes:
> On 25 Nov 1998, Adam Di Carlo wrote:
>>  LDP books, such as the network admin's guide, which have DFSG
>> licenses (some don't) should be packaged.  This is a good simple
>> starter package for a new maintainer.
>> 
> Hi i'm a new mantainer in debian, maybe i can try to take the
> "debianization" of LDP books.  I'will take the packages tkstep* from
> my friend federico (fog@debian.org) but i can't update until i
> update my linux box to slink.  I think that the package of LPD will
> be system-indipendent...

Yeah, should be!

> I'm sorry for my italian english

Don't be!

Please pick a single LDP manual and announce an intent to package to
this list.  Include the copyright notice so we can be sure it is
kosher.

--
.....Adam Di Carlo....adam@onShore.com.....<URL:http://www.onShore.com/>


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