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talk:slackbook:install [2012/09/06 06:28 (UTC)]
kikinovak
talk:slackbook:install [2012/10/04 09:14 (UTC)] (current)
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 > I re-encoded the images so they are smaller, further they are the same.--- //​[[whizje@gmail.com|Whiz]] ​ 30/08/2012 18:​55// ​ > I re-encoded the images so they are smaller, further they are the same.--- //​[[whizje@gmail.com|Whiz]] ​ 30/08/2012 18:​55// ​
  
 +Why not to use something like %%<​code>​text</​code>​%%:​ <​code>​
 +┌──────────────NO LINUX PARTITIONS DETECTED────────────────┐
 +│ There don't seem to be any partitions on this machine of │
 +│ type Linux. ​ You'll need to make at least one of these   │
 +│ to install Linux. ​ To do this, you'll need to leave      │
 +│ '​setup',​ and make the partitions using '​cfdisk'​ or       │
 +│ '​fdisk'​. ​ For more information,​ read the '​setup'​ help    │
 +│ file from the next menu.                                 │
 +├──────────────────────────────────────────────────────────┤
 +│                         < ​ OK  >                         │
 +└──────────────────────────────────────────────────────────┘
 +</​code>​
 +with ASCII pseudographic?​ \\ --- //​[[wiki:​user:​bormant|Serg Bormant]] 2012/10/04 02:12//
 ===== Namespace and Translation ===== ===== Namespace and Translation =====
  
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 Pages that are taken from the Slack Book should go in the **slackbook** namespace, not in the **slackware** namespace. Translations of the Slack Book should go into the associated language namespace - for instance "​slackbook:​install"​ should be translated in Spanish as "​es:​slackbook:​install"​ or else our Wiki's language system will not be able to work out if a page is available in more than one language. \\ This page, **slackware:​install** , seems to have large parts copied verbatim from the Slack Book. Or was the Slack Book page on installation using [[wiki:​user:​kikinovak|kikinovak]]'​s text? I think we need kikinovak to tell us. If this Wiki page actually was derived from the Slack Book then it needs to be moved to the **slackbook:​** namespace. \\  --- //​[[wiki:​user:​alienbob|Eric Hameleers]] 2012/08/26 14:22// Pages that are taken from the Slack Book should go in the **slackbook** namespace, not in the **slackware** namespace. Translations of the Slack Book should go into the associated language namespace - for instance "​slackbook:​install"​ should be translated in Spanish as "​es:​slackbook:​install"​ or else our Wiki's language system will not be able to work out if a page is available in more than one language. \\ This page, **slackware:​install** , seems to have large parts copied verbatim from the Slack Book. Or was the Slack Book page on installation using [[wiki:​user:​kikinovak|kikinovak]]'​s text? I think we need kikinovak to tell us. If this Wiki page actually was derived from the Slack Book then it needs to be moved to the **slackbook:​** namespace. \\  --- //​[[wiki:​user:​alienbob|Eric Hameleers]] 2012/08/26 14:22//
  
-----+===== Page contents and community revisions===== 
 Restored the document to match the slackbook ​ --- //​[[wiki:​user:​mfillpot|Matthew Fillpot]] 2012/09/05 19:18// Restored the document to match the slackbook ​ --- //​[[wiki:​user:​mfillpot|Matthew Fillpot]] 2012/09/05 19:18//
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-The four detailed press articles I linked to were a different approach at installing Slackware, and explained some things in a different manner than the SlackBook. I offered to publish them here so folks could freely cannibalize them, translate them, use them for their own articles, whatever. I understand they don't quite confirm ​to the established policy here. Maybe they can be reincluded at a later state, when the site is reasonable ​filled with original texts and french translations,​ in the french section of External Sources. [[wiki:​user:​kikinovak|Niki Kovacs]] Thu Sep  6 08:28:12 CEST 2012// +The four detailed press articles I linked to were a different approach at installing Slackware, and explained some things in a different manner than the SlackBook. I offered to publish them here so folks could freely cannibalize them, translate them, use them for their own articles, whatever. I understand they don't quite conform ​to the established policy here. Maybe they can be reincluded at a later state, when the site is reasonably ​filled with original texts and french translations,​ in the french section of External Sources. [[wiki:​user:​kikinovak|Niki Kovacs]] Thu Sep  6 08:28:12 CEST 2012// ​\\ 
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 +I forgot to note in this talk page that the modified document was moved to [[slackware:​install|Slackware installation]] with all of your revisions (which is being referenced by the main page), **all documents in the slackbook namespace will be locked so they can retain the original text and clone the slackbook content**.\\ ​ // 
 +If you wish to contribute to the official slackbook you can read the book at [[slackbook.org]] and send patches to the author, if the patches are accepted into the offical document then the changes will be cloned here.// ​ --- //​[[wiki:​user:​mfillpot|Matthew Fillpot]] 2012/09/06 03:46//

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