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Re: [Gnewsense-dev] suggestion: sources.list reference webpage

From: al3xu5 / dotcommon
Subject: Re: [Gnewsense-dev] suggestion: sources.list reference webpage
Date: Sun, 9 May 2010 20:57:37 +0200

Il giorno sabato 08/05/2010 18:40:55 CEST
Sam Geeraerts <address@hidden> ha scritto:

> al3xu5 / dotcommon schreef:
> > if the page ( can be
> > considered to be good enough now, i would propose linking to it in
> > the
> - Add that the preferred way to change repo info is through the
> Software Sources tool. This page is for people who know what they're
> doing.


> - The secondary repository URLs are country specific and have nothing
> to do with language. It's useful to point to a list of TLDs.

oh yes, right. corrected and added links to ccTLDs.

> - This page is a reference for sources.list (and the keys). Section 4 
> seems a bit outside it's scope (people messing around with
> sources.list usually know what apt is). 

uhm... i agree

> It's better to move that to
> [1] and/or one of its subpages.

added (with a lot of more information) to:

if someone wants to check it i will appreciate...

> > website... 
> > 
> > so, please suggest from where linking to it: 
> > - somewhere in the wiki section? where? (i can do it) 
> > - somewhere in the main section? where? (i am in doubt i have the
> >   rights to do so)
> > 
> > in both sections?
> Link to it from [1].
> [1]

right now i have found that someone has already done it...

now the repos reference page is linked from here:
(section: Basic Administration)

my idea (i agree with sam "This page is for people who know what
they're doing.") was to link it in the next 'Advanced Administration'
section... but nop...

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