Linux Documentation Project


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Linux Documentation Project

(project)
(LDP) A team of volunteers developing documentation for the Linux operating system. The LDP aims to handle all of the issues of Linux documentation, ranging from on-line documentation to printed manuals, covering topics such as installing, using, and running Linux. The LDP has no central organisation; anyone can join in.

http://metalab.unc.edu/LDP/.
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Briefly, the Linux Documentation Project aims to provide reliable, accurate, and helpful documentation to Linux users from beginners to advanced systems administrators in every language in the world.
The Linux Documentation Project (2004), begun by Matt Welsh in 1992 not long after the first wide release of Linux itself, predates the World Wide Web (Garrels, 2004; M.
Provides Free Online Access to Linux Documentation Project Guides
com is an official mirror of the Linux Documentation Project.