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The Linux Documentation Project, in short LDP or tldp (according to his domain name) is a very long standing project about documenting all the aspects of Linux. His rule is the [[LDP Manifesto]]. See here [[http://tldp.org/history.html|the LDP history]]. The Linux Documentation Project - LDP for short, or tldp (taken from the domain name) - is a very long-standing project whose aim is to document all aspects of the GNU/Linux operating system, and associated applications software. It is governed by the [[LDP Manifesto]]. See here [[http://tldp.org/history.html LDP history]].
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The LDP web site is made of two parts. One of them is a collection of documents, mostly the famous "HOWTO", but also some Guides. This collection is available in many flavors, like html for inline reading to docbook source for rendering in [[http://tldp.org/docs.html#howto|many documents formats]]. This part of the site is [[http://tldp.org/mirrors.html|mirrored all over the world]]. The LDP web site consists of two parts. One of them is a collection of documents, mostly the famous "HOWTO"s, but also some Guides. This collection is available in many flavors, from html for inline reading to docbook source for rendering in [[http://tldp.org/docs.html#howto|many other document formats]]. This part of the site is [[http://tldp.org/mirrors.html|mirrored all over the world]].
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The second part is the wiki you are reading. This part is aimed to be the LDP workshop, where the new documents are written and where old ones are updated. Of course any people willing to write with docbook/linuxdoc is allowed to, but the other can use the power and friendlyness of our wiki to do so. Be warned that docs on the wiki can be under construction and not yet acurate. The second part is the wiki you are currently reading. This part aims to be the LDP workshop, where new documents are written, and where old ones are updated. Of course anyone wishing to write in docbook/linuxdoc is allowed to do so; but others can use the power and friendliness of this wiki to produce their texts. Be warned however that docs on the wiki may still be under elaboration and so not yet fully accurate.
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= The LDP users =
If you read this, you are already an LDP user :-). At will you can be a visitor if you only want to use our docs, but you can fix typos or errors on most wiki documents as a visitor :-); you can also send us a mail to warn when something is wrong on the LDP web site. You can be an author if you want to be responsible of a page, see the [[WikiAuthorGuide|author guide]]. If you want to be even more involved and help us to manage the web site, you can become a member, see the relevant page on the blue inset on the top right of any page, thanks!
= LDP users =
If you are reading this, you are already an LDP user :-). Anyone can be a visitor if you only want to peruse our docs; but you can still fix typos or errors on most wiki documents even as a visitor :-); you can also send us a mail to warn when something is wrong on the LDP web site. You can be an author if you want to be responsible for a page, see the [[WikiAuthorGuide|author guide]]. If you want to be even more deeply involved and help us to manage the web site, you can become a member - see the relevant page on the blue inset on the top right of any page. Thanks!

The Linux Documentation Project web site

The Linux Documentation Project - LDP for short, or tldp (taken from the domain name) - is a very long-standing project whose aim is to document all aspects of the GNU/Linux operating system, and associated applications software. It is governed by the LDP Manifesto. See here http://tldp.org/history.html LDP history.

The LDP web site consists of two parts. One of them is a collection of documents, mostly the famous "HOWTO"s, but also some Guides. This collection is available in many flavors, from html for inline reading to docbook source for rendering in many other document formats. This part of the site is mirrored all over the world.

The second part is the wiki you are currently reading. This part aims to be the LDP workshop, where new documents are written, and where old ones are updated. Of course anyone wishing to write in docbook/linuxdoc is allowed to do so; but others can use the power and friendliness of this wiki to produce their texts. Be warned however that docs on the wiki may still be under elaboration and so not yet fully accurate.

LDP users

If you are reading this, you are already an LDP user :-). Anyone can be a visitor if you only want to peruse our docs; but you can still fix typos or errors on most wiki documents even as a visitor :-); you can also send us a mail to warn when something is wrong on the LDP web site. You can be an author if you want to be responsible for a page, see the author guide. If you want to be even more deeply involved and help us to manage the web site, you can become a member - see the relevant page on the blue inset on the top right of any page. Thanks!

The LDP Wiki

  • HOWTOs: list of all the LDP documents currently to be found on this site

Interesting starting points:

How to use this site

A Wiki is a collaborative site, anyone can contribute and share:

  • Edit any page by pressing Edit at the top or the bottom of the page

  • Create a link to another page with joined capitalized words (like WikiSandBox) or with [[words in brackets]]

  • Search for page titles or text within pages using the search box at the top of any page
  • See HelpForBeginners to get you going, HelpContents for all help pages.

To learn more about what a WikiWikiWeb is, read about WhyWikiWorks and the WikiNature. Also, consult the HelpMiscellaneous/FrequentlyAskedQuestions page.

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