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Re: FAQ bug

From: Yoshinori K. Okuji
Subject: Re: FAQ bug
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2002 22:33:44 +0900
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At Mon, 11 Feb 2002 10:53:53 GMT,
address@hidden wrote:
> Large programs require three levels of information:
> (i) Very short, 1-20 lines of text, a help message.
> Something is wrong if one needs a pager to read a help message.
> (ii) A description of the invocation, function, options used,
> environment variables used, files used, a man page.
> (iii) A tutorial, and/or detailed documentation, a book.

You seem to speak about programs executed under an operating system,
not GRUB.

> Empty marketing garbage. I am still waiting. What does grub do?
> How do I install grub?

If you want to install GRUB, why not just choosing the chapter
"Installation"? The menu exists for you to choose what you are looking
for quickly. That's the reason why Info is superior.

BTW, could you tell me what you wanted to do with this mail? Do you
want to just criticise us, or, do you want to improve GRUB? If the
latter is yes, talk about a more creative idea, please. I don't need
so many "bad"s. I just want to know how to make things better.


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