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fatboyjim 06-05-2002 09:26 AM

Manual online
 
I got myself about 500 sheets of paper here and a working printer.

Are there total online manuals I can print for both RedHat 7.3
and Mandrake 8.2?

Thanks,



Jim

MasterC 06-05-2002 09:56 AM

Do you mean as in a book? Or do you mean something like: man kwrite?

fatboyjim 06-05-2002 10:29 AM

just something I can print off so I'll know the ins and outs of Mandrake or RedHat or linux in general

Just so it'll cover the basics (mounting filesystems / general workings of linux / how to...)

etc etc

Thanks,

acid_kewpie 06-05-2002 11:32 AM

well try http://cakenet.dynu.com/redhat_unleashed.tar.bz2

there's no point having a manual for redhat and mandrake, they are 95% identicial.

fatboyjim 06-05-2002 11:57 AM

Thanks, I'll give it a go and let you know

Dutch3 06-05-2002 03:17 PM

You can also download the manuals in different formats from the Linux Mandrake website - in text, html, etc etc......

Dunno about the RedHat site though.


Dutch

fatboyjim 06-05-2002 03:41 PM

Thanks very much, I'll let you know how I go

Jim

adcripps 06-06-2002 11:26 AM

There's also the Linux Documentation project, which should have more than you need to get you started.

www.tldp.org

HTH

fatboyjim 06-06-2002 02:58 PM

Argh, I need Acrobat Reader to view these files ah well I can download it

Is there any other solution to viewing PDF files? A smaller file size program maybe? (AcroRead is about 9MB to download which is around an hour on 56K) argh agh

Jim

jglen490 06-06-2002 04:52 PM

You can read and print the manuals, in Linux, from your CDs, with the tools that Linux provides.

acid_kewpie 06-06-2002 05:12 PM

you should already have xpdf installed, try that. alternatively there's ghostveiw which can read pdfs but not too well.


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