Commit 2c50b211 authored by arpinux's avatar arpinux

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cp the_beginners_handbook.pdf paquet_debian/src/
cd paquet_debian/src/
rm -f *.deb
equivs-build thebeginnershandbook
equivs-build tbhb.equivs
rm the_beginners_handbook.pdf
mv *.deb ../
exit 0
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......@@ -40,31 +40,37 @@ h2 {font-size: 1.5em; border-bottom: 2px solid #005885; }
h3 {font-size: 1.2em;}
h4 {font-size: 1.1em;}
p {margin: 0 0 1em 0;}
.figure {
figure {
margin: 5px;
padding: 10px;
text-align: center
}
.caption {
figcaption {
font-size: .8em;
font-style: italic;
}
img {
figure img {
vertical-align: middle;
max-width: 90%;
width: auto!important;
height: auto!important;
margin: 5px auto;
}
h1 img, h3 img {
vertical-align: middle;
max-height: 1.2em;
width: auto;
}
h1 span { display: none; }
code {
font-size: 14px;
font-size: 14px;
display: block;
margin: 4px;
padding:4px 8px;
color: #111;
background-color: #f4fbff;
border: 1px solid #333;
border-left: 6px solid #005885;
margin: 4px;
padding:4px 8px;
color: #111;
background-color: #f4fbff;
border: 1px solid #333;
border-left: 6px solid #005885;
width: 90%;
overflow: auto;
}
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**-- About this manual --**
**"The beginner's handbook"** is a simplified manual to install and take-over the Debian system.
**"The beginner's handbook"** is a simplified manual to install and take-over the
Debian system.
You will find in the following pages **the answers to your first questions** concerning the **Debian GNU/Linux** system ![](img/gnulinux-mini.png), its history, how to obtain it, to install it, to take-over it, to configure and administrate it.
You will find in the following pages **the answers to your first questions**
concerning the **Debian GNU/Linux** system ![](img/gnulinux-mini.png), its history,
how to obtain it, to install it, to take-over it, to configure and administrate it.
You will be able to **go further** and obtain information concerning the privacy protection, the backing up of your data, and the various actors of the Free Software world.
You will be able to **go further** and obtain information concerning the privacy
protection, the backing up of your data, and the various actors of the Free
Software world.
Usually, the manuals begin by teaching you the theoretical basis and the usage of the terminal. This manual takes the very side of the "graphical environment": it is designed to let you start quickly with Debian, screen powered on, fingers on the keyboard and the mouse nearby ![](img/big_smile.png).
Usually, the manuals begin by teaching you the theoretical basis and the usage of
the terminal. This manual takes the very side of the "graphical environment": it
is designed to let you start quickly with Debian, screen powered on, fingers on
the keyboard and the mouse nearby ![](img/big_smile.png).
**-- The mission of this manual is not to be comprehensive. --**
A lot of external links are available in this manual. Don't hesitate to click on them in order to read more detailed information.
A lot of external links are available in this manual. Don't hesitate to click on
them in order to read more detailed information.
For a more detailed documentation, please visit the official Debian Wiki: [https://wiki.debian.org/FrontPage](https://wiki.debian.org/FrontPage)
For a more detailed documentation, please visit the official Debian Wiki:
[https://wiki.debian.org/FrontPage](https://wiki.debian.org/FrontPage)
If you need a complete Debian manual, please read the **Debian Administrator Handbook** from Raphaël Hertzog and Roland Mas [https://debian-handbook.info/browse/stable/](https://debian-handbook.info/browse/stable/).
If you need a complete Debian manual, please read the **Debian Administrator Handbook**
from Raphaël Hertzog and Roland Mas
[https://debian-handbook.info/browse/stable/](https://debian-handbook.info/browse/stable/).
**-- How to use this manual?--**
Iy depends on the version you are viewing :
- the [HTML version](https://dflinux.frama.io/thebeginnershandbook/) has an effective search field, do not hesitate to enter a word or two,
- the [PDF version](https://framagit.org/dflinux/thebeginnershandbook/raw/master/docs/the_beginners_handbook.pdf) includes a summary *more than* detailed and a table of figures at the end of the guide. This version is included in the [debian package](https://framagit.org/dflinux/thebeginnershandbook/tree/master/docs/paquet_debian/),
- the [HTML-archive version](https://framagit.org/dflinux/thebeginnershandbook/raw/master/docs/the_beginners_handbook.html.tar.gz) opens on a single page, which makes it easy to search from your browser using the shortcut [Ctrl]+[f]
- the [ePub version](https://framagit.org/dflinux/lescahiersdudebutant/raw/master/docs/les_cahiers_du_debutant.epub) takes advantage of the detailed table of contents and search functions of your ebook reader.
- the [HTML version](https://dflinux.frama.io/thebeginnershandbook/) has an effective
search field, do not hesitate to enter a word or two,
- the [PDF version](https://framagit.org/dflinux/thebeginnershandbook/raw/master/docs/the_beginners_handbook.pdf)
includes a summary *more than* detailed and a table of figures at the end of the guide.
This version is included in the
[debian package](https://framagit.org/dflinux/thebeginnershandbook/tree/master/docs/paquet_debian/),
- the [HTML-archive version](https://framagit.org/dflinux/thebeginnershandbook/raw/master/docs/the_beginners_handbook.html.tar.gz)
opens on a single page, which makes it easy to search from your browser using the shortcut [Ctrl]+'f'
- the [ePub version](https://framagit.org/dflinux/lescahiersdudebutant/raw/master/docs/les_cahiers_du_debutant.epub)
takes advantage of the detailed table of contents and search functions of your ebook reader.
---
The Debian beginner's handbook: [https://lescahiersdudebutant.fr/index-en.html](https://lescahiersdudebutant.fr/index-en.html)
The Debian beginner's handbook:
[https://lescahiersdudebutant.fr/index-en.html](https://lescahiersdudebutant.fr/index-en.html)
![cahiers minibanner](img/minibanner-cahiers.png)
......@@ -3,32 +3,46 @@
**-- About this manual --**
**"The beginner's handbook"** is a simplified manual to install and take-over the Debian system.
**"The beginner's handbook"** is a simplified manual to install and take-over the
Debian system.
You will find in the following pages **the answers to your first questions** concerning the **Debian GNU/Linux** system ![](img/gnulinux-mini.png), its history, how to obtain it, to install it, to take-over it, to configure and administrate it.
You will find in the following pages **the answers to your first questions**
concerning the **Debian GNU/Linux** system ![](img/gnulinux-mini.png), its history,
how to obtain it, to install it, to take-over it, to configure and administrate it.
You will be able to **go further** and obtain information concerning the privacy protection, the backing up of your data, and the various actors of the Free Software world.
You will be able to **go further** and obtain information concerning the privacy
protection, the backing up of your data, and the various actors of the Free Software world.
Usually, the manuals begin by teaching you the theoretical basis and the usage of the terminal. This manual takes the very side of the "graphical environment": it is designed to let you start quickly with Debian, screen powered on, fingers on the keyboard and the mouse nearby ![](img/big_smile.png).
Usually, the manuals begin by teaching you the theoretical basis and the usage of the
terminal. This manual takes the very side of the "graphical environment": it is
designed to let you start quickly with Debian, screen powered on, fingers on the
keyboard and the mouse nearby ![](img/big_smile.png).
---
**-- The mission of this manual is not to be comprehensive. --**
A lot of external links are available in this manual. Don't hesitate to click on them in order to read more detailed information.
A lot of external links are available in this manual. Don't hesitate to click on
them in order to read more detailed information.
For a more detailed documentation, please visit the official Debian Wiki: [https://wiki.debian.org/FrontPage](https://wiki.debian.org/FrontPage)
For a more detailed documentation, please visit the official Debian Wiki:
[https://wiki.debian.org/FrontPage](https://wiki.debian.org/FrontPage)
If you need a complete Debian manual, please read the **Debian Administrator Handbook** from Raphaël Hertzog and Roland Mas [https://debian-handbook.info/browse/stable/](https://debian-handbook.info/browse/stable/).
If you need a complete Debian manual, please read the **Debian Administrator Handbook**
from Raphaël Hertzog and Roland Mas
[https://debian-handbook.info/browse/stable/](https://debian-handbook.info/browse/stable/).
---
**-- How to use this manual?--**
This PDF version includes a detailed summary and a table of figures at the end of the guide.
Note: This manual includes some commands or code blocks that are sometimes longer than the width of the page. In this case, a backslash `\` is added and the rest of the command or code is carried over to the next line.
Note: This manual includes some commands or code blocks that are sometimes longer than
the width of the page. In this case, a backslash `\` is added and the rest of the
command or code is carried over to the next line.
---
![cahiers minibanner](img/minibanner-cahiers.png) The Debian beginner's handbook: [https://lescahiersdudebutant.fr/index-en.html](https://lescahiersdudebutant.fr/index-en.html)
![cahiers minibanner](img/minibanner-cahiers.png) The Debian beginner's handbook:
[https://lescahiersdudebutant.fr/index-en.html](https://lescahiersdudebutant.fr/index-en.html)
......@@ -3,21 +3,32 @@
**-- About this manual --**
**"The beginner's handbook"** is a simplified manual to install and take-over the Debian system.
**"The beginner's handbook"** is a simplified manual to install and take-over the
Debian system.
You will find in the following pages **the answers to your first questions** concerning the **Debian GNU/Linux** system ![](img/gnulinux-mini.png), its history, how to obtain it, to install it, to take-over it, to configure and administrate it.
You will find in the following pages **the answers to your first questions**
concerning the **Debian GNU/Linux** system ![](img/gnulinux-mini.png), its history,
how to obtain it, to install it, to take-over it, to configure and administrate it.
You will be able to **go further** and obtain information concerning the privacy protection, the backing up of your data, and the various actors of the Free Software world.
You will be able to **go further** and obtain information concerning the privacy
protection, the backing up of your data, and the various actors of the Free Software world.
Usually, the manuals begin by teaching you the theoretical basis and the usage of the terminal. This manual takes the very side of the "graphical environment": it is designed to let you start quickly with Debian, screen powered on, fingers on the keyboard and the mouse nearby ![](img/big_smile.png).
Usually, the manuals begin by teaching you the theoretical basis and the usage of the
terminal. This manual takes the very side of the "graphical environment": it is
designed to let you start quickly with Debian, screen powered on, fingers on the
keyboard and the mouse nearby ![](img/big_smile.png).
**-- The mission of this manual is not to be comprehensive. --**
A lot of external links are available in this manual. Don't hesitate to click on them in order to read more detailed information.
A lot of external links are available in this manual. Don't hesitate to click on
them in order to read more detailed information.
For a more detailed documentation, please visit the official Debian Wiki: [https://wiki.debian.org/FrontPage](https://wiki.debian.org/FrontPage)
For a more detailed documentation, please visit the official Debian Wiki:
[https://wiki.debian.org/FrontPage](https://wiki.debian.org/FrontPage)
If you need a complete Debian manual, please read the **Debian Administrator Handbook** from Raphaël Hertzog and Roland Mas [https://debian-handbook.info/browse/stable/](https://debian-handbook.info/browse/stable/).
If you need a complete Debian manual, please read the **Debian Administrator Handbook**
from Raphaël Hertzog and Roland Mas
[https://debian-handbook.info/browse/stable/](https://debian-handbook.info/browse/stable/).
**-- How to use this manual?--**
......@@ -25,5 +36,6 @@ This ePUB version includes a detailed summary and search function of your eBook
---
![cahiers minibanner](img/minibanner-cahiers.png) The Debian beginner's handbook: [https://lescahiersdudebutant.fr/index-en.html](https://lescahiersdudebutant.fr/index-en.html)
![cahiers minibanner](img/minibanner-cahiers.png) The Debian beginner's handbook:
[https://lescahiersdudebutant.fr/index-en.html](https://lescahiersdudebutant.fr/index-en.html)
......@@ -24,7 +24,7 @@ which grew up to become a big and well organized community of developers and end
**Debian** is now developed by a thousand of [volunteers](https://www.debian.org/devel/people)
spread [around the world](https://www.debian.org/devel/developers.loc).
![in memory of Ian Murdock by Péhä CC-0](img/ian_murdock_20151230_by_Péhä.png)
![in memory of Ian Murdock by Péhä CC-0](img/ian_murdock_20151230_by_peha.png)
So, **Debian** is a *complete set of free software*. A **free software** is defined by
the [4 freedoms](https://www.gnu.org/philosophy/free-sw.en.html): it gives the end users
......@@ -35,16 +35,20 @@ One of the major interests of the free software is that it allows competent peop
audit the program code, to insure notably that **it does only** what it is supposed to do.
So it is additional barrier **to protect your privacy** ![](img/cool.png).
Debian implements this principle in its [Social Contract](https://www.debian.org/social_contract.en.html),
and particularly in the [Free Software Guidelines](https://www.debian.org/social_contract.en.html#guidelines) according to Debian.
Debian implements this principle in its
[Social Contract](https://www.debian.org/social_contract.en.html),
and particularly in the
[Free Software Guidelines](https://www.debian.org/social_contract.en.html#guidelines) according to Debian.
This contract states that the Debian project will contain only free Software.
Thus, during the installation of a *Debian* distribution, **neither non-free drivers will be install by default**.
Thus, during the installation of a *Debian* distribution, **neither non-free
drivers will be install by default**.
However the contract recognizes that some users might need "non-free" components to run their
systems, like some peripheral drivers, or some applications decoding some music or video files,
for example. That's why the distributed software is separated in 3 sections:
- **main** for the free software packages available by default,
- **contrib** for the packages respecting the free software guidelines by themselves, but are depending on non-free software, which do not comply with these guidelines,
- **contrib** for the packages respecting the free software guidelines by themselves,
but are depending on non-free software, which do not comply with these guidelines,
- **non-free** for packages which do not comply with the free software guidelines.
![logo Debian texte](img/logo_debian_txt_big.png)
......@@ -122,11 +126,16 @@ with a post-sales customer service organization ![](img/wink.png).
## Few links before moving on
- The Free Software Foundation: [https://www.fsf.org/?set_language=en](https://www.fsf.org/?set_language=en)
- About Debian: [https://www.debian.org/intro/about.en.html](https://www.debian.org/intro/about.en.html)
- Introduction to Debian: [https://www.debian.org/intro/index.en.html](https://www.debian.org/intro/index.en.html)
- The official Debian Wiki: [https://wiki.debian.org/DebianIntroduction](https://wiki.debian.org/DebianIntroduction)
- The Free Software Foundation:
[https://www.fsf.org/?set_language=en](https://www.fsf.org/?set_language=en)
- About Debian:
[https://www.debian.org/intro/about.en.html](https://www.debian.org/intro/about.en.html)
- Introduction to Debian:
[https://www.debian.org/intro/index.en.html](https://www.debian.org/intro/index.en.html)
- The official Debian Wiki:
[https://wiki.debian.org/DebianIntroduction](https://wiki.debian.org/DebianIntroduction)
- the developer's corner: [https://www.debian.org/devel/](https://www.debian.org/devel/)
- the historic details: [https://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/project-history/](https://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/project-history/)
- the historic details:
[https://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/project-history/](https://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/project-history/)
- The joy of coding [https://twitter.com/joyofcoding](https://twitter.com/joyofcoding)
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![a shell to rule them all](img/lotr.png)
Debian GNU/Linux systems have all the graphical applications needed to perform your daily tasks, so why use the command line?
Debian GNU/Linux systems have all the graphical applications needed to perform
your daily tasks, so why use the command line?
- it's faster,
- not all options are present in the graphical interfaces,
- use the command line without GUI saves resources,
- it makes learning the Debian GNU/Linux system easier.
This section gathers some basic commands. For a more complete list, visit the Debian documentation: [https://wiki.debian.org/ShellCommands](https://wiki.debian.org/ShellCommands).
This section gathers some basic commands. For a more complete list, visit
the Debian documentation:
[https://wiki.debian.org/ShellCommands](https://wiki.debian.org/ShellCommands).
> *The ultimate command:* **man**
......@@ -163,7 +166,8 @@ ex : displays its locap IP on eth0
find -type f/d/l search by filetype: f=file, d=directory, l=link
find -exec cmd execute *cmd* to found files
**Example**: search for all *png* files in the 'Images' directory, then copy all files to *tmp* directory ( '{}' stands for found files).
**Example**: search for all *png* files in the 'Images' directory, then copy
all files to *tmp* directory ( '{}' stands for found files).
find $HOME/Images -name "*.png" -exec cp {} $HOME/tmp/ \;
......@@ -198,8 +202,12 @@ List all kernels installed on your machine:
### Links and references
- Dedicated page on Debian-Facile (fr): [https://debian-facile.org/doc:systeme:commandes:gnu_linux](https://debian-facile.org/doc:systeme:commandes:gnu_linux)
- Dedicated Debian documentation: [https://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/debian-reference/ch01.html](https://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/debian-reference/ch01.html)
- Commands list: [http://www.epons.org/commandes-base-linux.php](http://www.epons.org/commandes-base-linux.php)
- Commands list on Debian wiki: [https://wiki.debian.org/ShellCommands](https://wiki.debian.org/ShellCommands)
- Dedicated page on Debian-Facile (fr):
[https://debian-facile.org/doc:systeme:commandes:gnu_linux](https://debian-facile.org/doc:systeme:commandes:gnu_linux)
- Dedicated Debian documentation:
[https://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/debian-reference/ch01.html](https://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/debian-reference/ch01.html)
- Commands list:
[http://www.epons.org/commandes-base-linux.php](http://www.epons.org/commandes-base-linux.php)
- Commands list on Debian wiki:
[https://wiki.debian.org/ShellCommands](https://wiki.debian.org/ShellCommands)
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# ![sources](img/src.png) Sources & licenses
Sources of this manual are freely available in its GIT repository: [https://git.framasoft.org/dflinux/thebeginnershandbook](https://git.framasoft.org/dflinux/thebeginnershandbook)
Sources of this manual are freely available in its GIT repository:
[https://git.framasoft.org/dflinux/thebeginnershandbook](https://git.framasoft.org/dflinux/thebeginnershandbook)
## Software used
- Sources edition: Geany [https://www.geany.org/](https://www.geany.org/) & VIM [http://www.vim.org/](http://www.vim.org/)
- Screenshots: scrot [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scrot](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scrot)
- Sources edition: Geany [https://www.geany.org/](https://www.geany.org/) &
VIM [http://www.vim.org/](http://www.vim.org/)
- Screenshots: scrot
[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scrot](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scrot)
- Pictures edition: Gthumb
[https://wikipedia.org/wiki/GThumb](https://wikipedia.org/wiki/GThumb),
the Gimp [https://www.gimp.org](https://www.gimp.org),
......@@ -13,41 +16,61 @@ Inkscape [https://inkscape.org](https://inkscape.org) & Phatch
[http://photobatch.wikidot.com](http://photobatch.wikidot.com)
- HTML public export: MkDocs [http://www.mkdocs.org/](http://www.mkdocs.org/)
- External exports in PDF, HTML & EPUB : Pandoc [http://pandoc.org/](http://pandoc.org/)
- Debian package export: equivs [https://debian-handbook.info/browse/stable/sect.building-first-package.html](https://debian-handbook.info/browse/stable/sect.building-first-package.html)
- PDF optimization: ps2pdf [https://www.ps2pdf.com/](https://www.ps2pdf.com/) & Exiftool [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ExifTool](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ExifTool)
- Debian package export: equivs
[https://debian-handbook.info/browse/stable/sect.building-first-package.html](https://debian-handbook.info/browse/stable/sect.building-first-package.html)
- PDF optimization: ps2pdf [https://www.ps2pdf.com/](https://www.ps2pdf.com/) &
Exiftool [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ExifTool](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ExifTool)
## References
**The various sources that helped me in the development of this manual:**
- Debian Administrator HandBook: [https://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/debian-handbook/index.fr.html](https://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/debian-handbook/index.fr.html)
- Debian Administrator HandBook:
[https://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/debian-handbook/index.html](https://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/debian-handbook/index.html)
- Debian main site: [https://www.debian.org/](https://www.debian.org/)
- The Jessie beginner's handbook: [https://lescahiersdudebutant.fr/jessie/index.html](https://lescahiersdudebutant.fr/jessie/index.html)
- The Jessie beginner's handbook:
[https://lescahiersdudebutant.fr/jessie/index.html](https://lescahiersdudebutant.fr/jessie/index.html)
- Debian-Facile documentation (fr): [https://debian-facile.org/wiki](https://debian-facile.org/wiki)
## Coordination & License
The beginner's handbook scribbled by **3hg team** ![3hg.fr](img/bouton3hg.png) [https://3hg.fr](https://3hg.fr) under **free license WTFPLv2** ![wtfpl](img/wtfpl.png) ([http://www.wtfpl.net](http://www.wtfpl.net)) *unless otherwise stated*.
The beginner's handbook scribbled by **3hg team** ![3hg.fr](img/bouton3hg.png)
[https://3hg.fr](https://3hg.fr) under **free license WTFPLv2** ![wtfpl](img/wtfpl.png)
([http://www.wtfpl.net](http://www.wtfpl.net)) *unless otherwise stated*.
This manual integrates logos (Debian, Firefox, etc.) under copyright *(each one its own, otherwise it's not funny)* as well as some images and texts under license CC-BY-SA ![cc by sa](img/ccbysa.png) ([https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/](https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)) (specified and credited under images and texts Concerned)
This manual integrates logos (Debian, Firefox, etc.) under copyright
*(each one its own, otherwise it's not funny)* as well as some images and texts
under license CC-BY-SA ![cc by sa](img/ccbysa.png)
([https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/](https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/))
(specified and credited under images and texts Concerned)
The icons used come from themes Gnome:
[https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/GNOME_Desktop_icons](https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/GNOME_Desktop_icons)
& Tango: [https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Tango_icons](https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Tango_icons)
**Debian** : Copyright © 1997-2017 SPI ([http://www.spi-inc.org/](http://www.spi-inc.org/)) and others; See license terms ([https://www.debian.org/license](https://www.debian.org/license))
**Debian** : Copyright © 1997-2017 SPI ([http://www.spi-inc.org/](http://www.spi-inc.org/))
and others; See license terms ([https://www.debian.org/license](https://www.debian.org/license))
![gplv3](img/gplv3.png)
Debian is a registered trademark ([https://www.debian.org/trademark](https://www.debian.org/trademark)) of Software in the Public Interest, Inc.
Debian is a registered trademark
([https://www.debian.org/trademark](https://www.debian.org/trademark))
of Software in the Public Interest, Inc.
## Speakers *aka* thx a lot
First of all, a great **Thanks** to the Framasoft team ![Framasoft](img/button_80x15_framasoft.png) ([https://framasoft.org](https://framasoft.org)) that hosts the sources of this project on framaGIT and the [online public version](https://dflinux.frama.io/thebeginnershandbook/).
First of all, a great **Thanks** to the Framasoft team ![Framasoft](img/button_80x15_framasoft.png)
([https://framasoft.org](https://framasoft.org)) that hosts the sources of this project on framaGIT
and the [online public version](https://dflinux.frama.io/thebeginnershandbook/).
Thanks a lot to people who participated to the first "Jessie" release of the beginners handbook: bendia, nIQnutn, Atapaz, Severian, deuchdeb, martinux_qc, mercredi, nazmi, chalu, bruno-legrand, Thuban, Starsheep, arpinux, smolski, Trefix, desmoric, nono47, yanatoum, PengouinPdt, èfpé, fiche, BibiSky51, titiasam, Firepowi, dcpc007, rhyzome, Péhä, Caribou22.
Thanks a lot to people who participated to the first "Jessie" release of the beginners handbook:
bendia, nIQnutn, Atapaz, Severian, deuchdeb, martinux_qc, mercredi, nazmi, chalu, bruno-legrand,
Thuban, Starsheep, arpinux, smolski, Trefix, desmoric, nono47, yanatoum, PengouinPdt, èfpé,
fiche, BibiSky51, titiasam, Firepowi, dcpc007, rhyzome, Péhä, Caribou22.
For this Stretch release, thanks to BibiSky51 for its rereading and advices, to kyodev for gitpages initiation, to 3hg for work and support, to saby43 for the english translation and to my wife <3
For this Stretch release, thanks to BibiSky51 for its rereading and advices, to kyodev for gitpages
initiation, to 3hg for work and support, to saby43 for the english translation and to my wife <3
**Special thx 2 Péhä for his drawings (under CC-BY-SA) and his free spirit** [https://lesptitsdessinsdepeha.wordpress.com](https://lesptitsdessinsdepeha.wordpress.com).
**Special thx 2 Péhä for his drawings (under CC-BY-SA) and his free spirit**
[https://lesptitsdessinsdepeha.wordpress.com](https://lesptitsdessinsdepeha.wordpress.com).
![by Péhä CC-BY-SA](img/walltlpd-bypeha-ccbysa.png)
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% ?? FIXME
\usepackage{amssymb,amsmath}
\usepackage{ifxetex,ifluatex}
% jolies quotes en italique/condensé/petit
\usepackage{csquotes}
\AtBeginEnvironment{quote}{\singlespacing\small\itshape}
% prise en charge des images
\usepackage{graphicx}
\usepackage{grffile}
......@@ -138,7 +141,7 @@ $endfor$
\vfill
\includegraphics[width=8cm]{img/logo_cahiers_big.png}
\vfill\vfill
{\Large Debian 9 Stretch}
{\LARGE Debian 9 Stretch}
\vfill
{\normalsize $author$\vskip5pt}
Updated: \today\vskip5pt
......@@ -156,6 +159,7 @@ $endfor$
% toc
\hypersetup{linkcolor=black}
\setcounter{tocdepth}{4}
\setstretch{1}
\tableofcontents\label{toc}
\clearpage
% lof
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......@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@ Homepage: https://lescahiersdudebutant.fr/index-en.html
Standards-Version: 3.9.2
Package: thebeginnershandbook
Version: 20170629
Version: 20170707
Copyright: copyright
Readme: readme
Maintainer: arnault perret <nakedev@arpinux.org>
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