openSUSE documentation

Discussion in 'all things UNIX' started by CogitoTesting, Feb 25, 2010.

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  1. CogitoTesting

    CogitoTesting Registered Member

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    Hi everybody

    I'm a big fan of Ubuntu however, I've got to say that I'm impressed with openSUSE level of documentation. It is well organized and well written; now I only hope with the next long term release of Ubuntu (Lucid Lynx) its (Ubuntu) documentation aspect would be different. Anyway here is the link:

    http://www.novell.com/documentation/suse.html

    Enjoy! and

    Thanks.
     
  2. GlobalForce

    GlobalForce Regular Poster

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    IMO - it's Ubu and Gentoo that offer the most concise Nix documentation. @ least - these are the two that answer my questions.
     
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    By Ubu I think you are referring to Ubuntu, right? Well Ubuntu documentation is scattered all over and that is why Canonical will have an orderly new sets of documentation when Lucid Lynx is released. For Gentoo I do not know, reference link(s) please.


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    As with most, start with a distros homepage or wiki - forums for breaking news and stickies.
     
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    I have to throw Arch Linux in there also. That wiki is the most defined and I often go there for general questions on how things work and where to look for them.
     
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