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Re: New: Dutch Debian 2.0 Manual

This sounds good... it's probably something we can add to our web pages as 
well if/when we get it translated.  I'll cross post this to -www.


In message <Pine.HPP.3.95.981016153912.19608A-100000@elektron.et.tudelft.nl>
, "
J.A. Bezemer" writes:
>In the past summer holidays, I've been writing a reasonably complete
>_Dutch_ Debian 2.0 manual. It should be understandable by anyone with a
>little experience in DOS/Windows ("a Linux newbie" :).
>Subjects covered are:
>   * Basic knowledge
>        o Operating systems
>        o Linux
>        o Devices
>        o Networks
>   * Installation of Debian GNU/Linux 2.0
>        o Very extensive step-by-step manual
>        o Including low-memory systems (4 - 6 MB memory)
>   * Usage of Linux and Debian
>        o Basic commands
>        o Basic system administration
>        o Package management with dselect
>        o Installation and usage of the X Window System
>        o Various other interesting/complex matters, like floppy-usage,
>          shell scripts, PPP and setting up a simple nameserver.
>The Manual may be used/distributed under the GNU GPL. The Manual is
>available online in various formats (in Dutch!) at
>    http://panic.et.tudelft.nl/debian/handleiding
>This might be worth a link on the DDP pages - or other Debian pages.
>If the Dutch Manual is translated into English, it might be a valuable
>addition to the Debian documentation. If you are willing to translate, or
>if you have questions, comments or suggestions, you can reach the author
>(that's me) as
>    J.A.Bezemer@ITS.TUDelft.NL

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