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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