Xubuntu docs and Ubuntu-Server docs

Charlie Kravetz cjk at teamcharliesangels.com
Tue Feb 12 02:01:40 UTC 2008

On Mon, 2008-02-11 at 12:39 -0600, Jim Campbell wrote:
> Hi All,
> The people working on Ubuntu server documentation have been updating
> the server-specific documents quite a bit during this release.  More
> is yet to come, but it doesn't look likely to be ready until sometime
> right very close to the feature freeze.
> We have some server-specific docs that are included as part of the
> Xubuntu documentation, but I haven't been focusing on updating them,
> and I'm wondering what people might think about not including them in
> the standard Xubuntu documentation going forward.  The server docs are
> getting much more detailed (which is very good news), and while I
> think it would be helpful for Xubuntu users to have documentation to
> help them set up a LAMP server or something like that on their Xubuntu
> box, I'm not sure that it would be the best use of our efforts to try
> and merge all* of the server documentation – removing all of the
> yelp-specific links and the like.
> As a note, kubuntu does not include these server docs.
> I'm not opposed to including some server-related docs . . .  but I'm
> also considering just including instructions on how to install the
> ubuntu-doc package, and yelp as a doc viewer for those documents.
> What do you all think?
> Jim 

As a user, I do not see a problem with this suggestion, as long as the
instructions are included. Is there a way to include the instructions in
command-not-found? Perhaps that is just wishful thinking at this time,
but there are so many new users having issues with repositories not
enabled now, just have to ask.

Thanks for asking. 

good luck,

Charlie Kravetz 
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