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Re: migrating the NetBSD users guide to the wiki
Just an update regarding possible extra sections that were not present
in the htdocs version.
Leonardo Taccari writes:
> After inspecting the TOC in the wikisrc I have found these extra
> sections in wikisrc version not present in htdocs (title of section,
> URL of content and notes attached):
> 11.5. Multiple audio devices
> - Instead of manually adjusting symlinks `audiocfg default' can be used.
> `audiocfg default' is probably worth to mention.
That section was probably before audiocfg(1). The `11.1. Configuring
the audio device' section was rewritten using audiocfg(1) commands
(that also cover the listing and testing audio devices in - usually!
- a less cacophonic way than directly cat(1)-ing to /dev/audio!).
> linux.mdwn (TODO)
> -r1.1: SUSE packages updated to 12.1 and added binary packages
> That's mostly a `s/suse100/suse121/', update of
> `pkg_info -a | grep suse' output and instruction that add a:
> `pkg_add rpm suse_base suse_compat suse_x11'.
In both htdocs and wikisrc version print/acroread7 was used as
example but it was removed in pkgsrc (distfile was no longer
available). As a pretty complex Linux application
misc/libreoffice6-bin was taken as example.
`pkg_add rpm suse_base suse_compat suse_x11' or similar was not
added though: IMHO the main point of (manually) installing such
packages is just to illustrate to the reader about the existence
> rc.mdwn (TODO)
> -r1.6: Remove references to /etc/rc.lkm and /etc/rc.d/lkm
> -r1.1: Add a section about rc.d scripts from additional services
> -r1.6 was integrated to chap-rc.xml too.
> -r1.1 section is not present. Probably worth to add a couple of
> sentences about that (IMHO it would be better to avoid adjusting
> rc_directories and mentioning grep-ing for `rcvar').
A subsection to document packages installing rc.d script was added,
including how to use them and mentioning the PKG_RCD_SCRIPTS
Any feedbacks/suggestions are welcomed!
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