Linux Documentation Project

Welcome to the Linux Documentation Project (LDP) Homepage!

Last Modified on 26 March, 1997

New Links:

NEW! [97/03/26] -- A help page for running Netscape under Linux.

NEW! [97/03/26] -- Spanish translations of the *man pages.

NEW! [97/03/26] -- *Linux Thai Project, with information about creating a Thai environment and some translations.

NEW! [97/03/26] -- *LINUX Kernel Internals, by Michael Beck, et al published by *Addison Wesley.

NEW! [97/03/23] -- The *Linux OPaC Project, a C++ GUI library is being ported to Linux.

NEW! [97/03/23] -- *Using GNU Libc 2, contains information about how to use glibc 2 with Linux.

NEW! [97/03/18] -- FreeBuilder, a free, high quality Java IDE.

NEW! [97/03/14] -- *Centro LINUX de la Universidad del Valle, provides Linux information and monthly articles in Spanish.

NEW! [97/03/13] -- University of Singapore's *Mobile IP implementation.

NEW! [97/03/10] -- *"Linux in a Gray Flannel Suit", an article from Byte Magazine about Linux in a commercial setting.

NEW! [97/03/10] -- A *Linux-Oriented Web Page in Singapore, with information about connecting to Singnet.

NEW! [97/03/10] -- *Korean Linux information.

NEW! [97/03/02] -- The *Italian Linux Documentation Project (ILDP).

NEW! [97/03/02] -- A Hypertext version of the *Linux 2.0.28 kernel source.

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Linux Documentation Project

The Linux Documentation Project (LDP) is working on developing good, reliable documentation for the Linux operating system. The overall goal of the LDP is to collaborate in taking care of all of the issues of Linux documentation, ranging from online documentation (man pages, HTML, and so on) to printed manuals covering topics such as installing, using, and running Linux.

Here is the Linux Documentation Project Manifesto and Copyright License for LDP works. You can search the LDP guides and HOWTOs with the *Harvest system.

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Last Modified: 26 March, 1997 by Greg Hankins