Attached is a file that supplies boilerplate instructions for reporting
errors/patches with a document.
Also attached is a patch to my Stateless Linux tutorial which pulls in
the file and uses it, with the various sub-entities given sane
You can see a usage of this file in an unofficial copy of that tutorial,
I propose adding the first file as "fedora-docs/common/errata-en.xml"
Any thoughts/rewrites? Perhaps the heading should read "About This
Considering that some people might still want to download Fedora Core 1
(i.e. since those paying attention might have noticed that the 2.4
kernel still performs better than 2.6), I think that it would be a good
idea to have the release notes for Fedora Core 1 on the website, even if
only for historical purposes. Red Hat always left old documentation for
Red Hat Linux up on their website, and I don't see why The Fedora
Project should behave any differently.
I have already running Fedora Core 3 but I not know
how to mount partitions formated on NTFS or listen
music recorded in WMA or MP3 format and view some
movies codified by XVid or DivX or another codecs.
What can I do for this ?
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> ----- Forwarded message from Rahul Sundaram <rahulsundaram(a)gmail.com> -----
> From: Rahul Sundaram <rahulsundaram(a)gmail.com>
> To: For users of Fedora Core releases <fedora-list(a)redhat.com>
> > here's a solution -- can we post the mailing list etiquette rules
> > somewhere under fedora.redhat.com? that way, any time some dimwit
> > joins this club and decides he likes his personal way of doing things,
> > he can be pointed in short order at the *fedora*-approved etiquette
> > list. at which point, that should be the end of the debate.
> Please do this. Write a set of guidelines and submit it to the docs
> list. we can have a format set of guidelines approved by Redhat.
> Everyone else lets kill this thread. I am pretty sure everything that
> is supposed to be covered has already been done so.
> Rahul Sundaram
Please see the attached file. This version is in html.
I will convert it to the required format, and remove the extraneous
references to the RedHat hat install, replacing them with "fedora"
Is there any document I should read in order to understand what
guideline, formats and specifications are being applied to the Fedora
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I have a few more points to add to the guide
A section on managing updates with the suggestion that
users should keep the amount of software installed in
their system to the minimum necessary to keep updates
there are in general three types of updates
fedoranews.org has a [security] tag for important
security updates. a reference to this website would be
3) new features - this is a optional type of update
which users need not apply if they dont want the
Announcements on updates are delayed by Redhat inorder
for mirrors to be synced. this is a faq which is to be
answered in the guide.such updates are tagged with
[missing] in fedoranews.org.
a changelog is part of the redhat announcements and
can be found in rpm -q packagename --changelog
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Looking at the Kickstart and Boot Options sections, there are lists of
options which are already written in the Red Hat docs.
The Kickstart options are a very long list:
The legal notices say Open Publication Licence (rather than GNU FDL),
but also "distribution of substantively modified versions of this
document is prohibited without the explicit permission of the copyright
Would it be possible to re-use an exerpt in Fedora documentation without
a licencing problem ?