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Old 12-27-2007, 02:04 PM
Leslie Satenstein
 
Default Jigdo documentation

After a yum installation of Jigdo, a very good bit of documentation is available, both on the web and also in the Man pages** man jigdo* or* info jigdo.

Jigdo is new, and until enhancements are released, use the lite version.

Leslie

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Old 12-27-2007, 02:53 PM
Karl Larsen
 
Default Jigdo documentation

Leslie Satenstein wrote:

After a yum installation of Jigdo, a very good bit of documentation is available, both on the web and also in the Man pages man jigdo or info jigdo.

Jigdo is new, and until enhancements are released, use the lite version.

Leslie



I looked at man jigdo and man jigdo-lite and they are typical. If
you already understand the software they are fine. If your trying to
learn they are worthless. I learned there is a /.jigdo/ directory
somewhere. I don't have one. I guess you do if your using Debian.


With my experience to date and what I have read which is a whole
lot, I am ready to say there is no way possible to write a good
instructions for this.


Karl


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