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Re: [Fwd: Fedora Jargon: What's a kernel 'oops'?]



On Sat, 2004-03-06 at 12:03, Dave Pawson wrote:
> Anyone know what the filename is for the glossary in cvs please?
> 
> cvs -co ?????
> 
> I've tried fedora-glossary jargon-buster
> but no luck.

It's in the fedora-docs module.  Just do 'cd fedora-docs/ && cvs up'.

> I can't find a command that lists available modules either.

If the modules module is up to date, you can get the full list with 'cvs
co -c'.

- Karsten
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