As usual, Miroslav's updates come in threes: you also get the LILO mini-HOWTO, v3.15, and the Linux+WindowsNT mini-HOWTO, v2.15.
Mendel Cooper promises v2.2 of his Advanced Bash-Scripting Guide to be full of exiting new examples demonstrating all the "nifty things" you can do with Bash arrays, and much more!
Ismael Olea sent in an update telling us that the Spanish LDP folks are down because of a disk failure and they are working on fixing it.
Rodolfo J. Paiz summarized his findings on, what packages form parts of the authoring tools RPM packages on his RedHat 9 based system. This is his package list descriptions page. On a Debian GNU/Linux based system, the packages that provide for these capabilities can be installed from the linuxdoc-tools and the docbook-utils Debian packages.
Russel Ingram, the maintainer for the Linux+XFS HOWTO feels that the document is out of its useful life as several linux distributions offer XFS at installation time. He plans to move the document to the unmaintained section of the HOWTOs and welcomes anyone who feels they can turn this back into an up to date and useful document. Contact Russel at ringram at gargoylecc.com if you are interested.
Alex Weeks would be maintaining the Linux System Administrator Guide for novices., taking it over from Stephen Stafford. If you would like to help Alex as a co-maintainer, get in touch with him.
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