Re: Grub2 question
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On Friday 03 April 2009, Dave Patterson <firstname.lastname@example.org> was heard
> Yup, and that's about all I know about it. Documentation? We don't
> need no steenking documentation...
Back in the dark ages of the mid '90s, I could not find any mention of
where boa looked to find its default web files (boa was/is a
high-efficiency web server which I would gladly use again). Nowhere
could I find any mention of it, so I wrote to the Debian maintainer.
I was very new to Debian at the time, and his email address was all
over the man page.
He replied with a scathing RTFM diatribe. To which I replied, "so
where do I find it?" His second reply was much more polite, or at
least resigned, saying, "It's /var/www. I'll make sure it gets into
the docs next release."
So yeah, "We're Debian! Documentation is for Red Hat!"
I gladly admit that it wasn't until his RTFM screed that I found out
about /usr/share/doc. I think /usr/share/doc should get a LOT more
mention than it does. (and a lot more data, such as on grub2)
The Magistrate, enrobed in taxes, condemns the thief in stolen rags.
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