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22. What's new

This tag is automatic so it IS the reference. (Sometimes I forget to update the version number and the date)

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v1.36, 3 December 2001

v1.31, 21 April 2001

  • Corrected a bad url in section "Installing RedHat 7.0". Thanks Leonard.
  • Corrected broken links find by the nice clink software.

v1.30, 13 April 2001

  • Added section "Installing RedHat 7.0". Thanks Leonard.

v1.28, 18 December 2000

  • Corrected more mistakes in my English. Thanks again Graham.

v1.27, 11 August 2000

  • The SLIP line was not needed, SLIP is serial line oriented. The PPP line was partly wrong, we need PPP support by the kernel.

  • Corrected more mistakes in my English, though I know that more remain and new ones come every time I write a sentence...

  • Added a "compatibility with a printer" section.

  • Added a Null-Printer == Null-Modem comment.

  • Added a "build your own cable" section.

  • Corrected a bug in the Slackware section. Here (inverted IP adresses). Thanks to Brad Rigby.

  • Removed obsolete paragraph from the "Introduction" section.

  • Added request for information about translations in the "Introduction" section.

  • Mentioned the "what's new section" at the top of the document.

  • Added a vc-header in the What's new section

  • Added the WHAT_IS_NEW label

v1.22, 16 June 2000

  • Added a mention to PARTED http://www.gnu.org/software/parted as told by Andrew Clausen (clausen@gnu.org).

  • Added section Installing Slackware, RedHat, or Caldera, by Florent SAUNIER.

  • Corrected some English faults, thanks to Graham and Tomas.

v1.15, 26 November 1999

  • The section "What's new". It is this section.

  • The section "Install the plip interface permanently".

  • The section "List of contributors and acknowledgements".

  • Joined the different chapters dealing with the detailed Debian installation to form a single chapter with the actual chapters as just subsections.

  • Made a new section "Installing from a DOS partition". A simpler and faster method.

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