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Re: I did it!

On Sat, 2006-04-22 at 09:35 -0400, Paul W. Frields wrote: 

> I would say this is better kept in either the Installation Guide or
> elsewhere.  Keeping a tight focus for a doc like this is vital; the
> organizing principle of the System Planning Guide is not as a procedural
> for installations (that's what the Installation Guide does), but rather
> a concepts primer for newcomers.  It introduces terms and gets people
> thinking about what their requirements are for their Fedora system.  The
> minute they lay hands on the keyboard/mouse, that's where the
> Installation Guide and other materials step in.

Is there much crossover with material in this guide?


If there are chapters or sections that, rewritten?, would be useful, let
me know.  I can look into seeing if they are available.

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