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Section: Debian

Debian Configuration Management Specification   (package: debian-policy)
This manual describes the package configuration system used by the debconf system, and defines the format of the template and config files which are used.
Formats: [html] [text]

Debian Constitution   (package: doc-debian)
This document contains the complete text of Debian Project Constitution (v1.3), in text format. Version 1.3 ratified on September 24th, 2006. Supersedes version 1.2 ratified on October 29th, 2003. Supersedes Version 1.1 ratified on June 21st, 2003, which itself supersedes Version 1.0 ratified on December 2nd, 1998

Debian doc-base Manual   (package: doc-base)
This manual describes what doc-base is and how it can be used to manage online manuals on Debian systems.
Formats: [html] [text] [debiandoc-sgml]

Debian Java FAQ   (package: java-common)
The Debian Java FAQ provide answers to many usual questions regarding the use of the Java programming language in the Debian GNU/Linux operating system. It discusses availability of compilers, virtual machines, libraries and applications as well as legal issues.

Debian Java Policy (proposal)   (package: java-common)
The Debian Java Policy (currently a proposal) describes how Java packages are handled in Debian.
Formats: [html] [text]

Debian mailing lists   (package: doc-debian)
A comprehensive list of all mailing lists at lists.debian.org

Debian Menu Policy Manual   (package: debian-policy)
This manual describes the policy requirements for the Menu system in the Debian distribution, describing the hierarchical structure of the menu sections.
Formats: [html] [text] [debiandoc-sgml]

Debian Menu System Manual   (package: menu)
This manual describes the how packages can register themselves in the Debian Menu, how window-managers can interface with the Menu System to build up-to-date menu files, and how administrators and users can control the generated menus.
Formats: [html] [text] [debiandoc-sgml]

Debian Perl Policy Manual   (package: debian-policy)
This manual describes the policy requirements for the Perl system in the Debian distribution, describing the rules regulating the building and installation of packages providing and using Perl and Perl modules.
Formats: [html] [text] [debiandoc-sgml]

Debian Policy Manual   (package: debian-policy)
This manual describes the policy requirements for the Debian distribution. This includes the structure and contents of the Debian archive, several design issues of the operating system, as well as technical requirements that each package must satisfy to be included in the distribution.
Formats: [html] [text] [debiandoc-sgml] [pdf] [postscript]

Debian Python Policy (Proposal)   (package: python)
This document describes the packaging of Python within the Debian GNU/Linux distribution and the policy requirements for packaged Python programs and modules.
The Debian Python Policy has still a draft status.
Formats: [html] [text] [debiandoc-sgml]

Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS) Version 2.3   (package: debian-policy)
This standard defines where files should exist on UN*X systems; in particular, on Debian systems
Formats: [html] [text] [pdf] [postscript]

How to report a bug in Debian   (package: doc-debian)
Description on how to properly report a bug in Debian GNU/Linux.

install-docs Manual   (package: doc-base)
A short manual for install-docs, a component of the package doc-base. This program used by package maintainers to install their documents into the Debian Documentation System.

Machine-readable debian/copyright file   (package: debian-policy)
Standard, machine-readable format for debian/copyright files within packages, to facilitate automated checking and reporting of licenses for packages and sets of packages.
Formats: [html] [text]

Maintainer documentation for initramfs-tools   (package: initramfs-tools)
This document describes the workflow of the initramfs-tools maintainers.

The Debian Linux Manifesto   (package: doc-debian)
The Debian Manifesto was released in 1993 by Ian Murdock. The document
 outlines his view for a brand new Linux distribution which would be developed
 openly, describes why the world needed this distribution and which problems
 would the distribution solved. This document is provided in order to document
 Debian's history.

The Debian Social Contract, and the Debian Free Software Guidelines   (package: doc-debian)
This is the "social contract" (v1.1) we offer to the free software community. The Debian Free Software Guidelines (DFGS) are the set of license conditions to be met for packages to be part of the Debian system. The version 1.1 ratified on April 26, 2004. This version supersedes version 1.0, ratified on April 5, 1997.

The Debian TeX sub-policy   (package: tex-common)
Rules and information for packaging TeX add-on packages (styles, fonts, viewers, etc.).
Formats: [html] [text] [pdf]

Section: Editors

AUCTeX: an integrated environment for editing LaTeX, ConTeXt, docTeX, Texinfo, and TeX documents   (package: auctex)
AUCTeX is a comprehensive customizable integrated environment for writing input files for TeX/LaTeX/ConTeXt/Texinfo using Emacs.
It lets you process your source files by running TeX and related tools (such as output filters, post processors for generating indices and bibliographies, and viewers) from inside Emacs. AUCTeX lets you browse through the errors TeX reported, while it moves the cursor directly to the reported error, and displays some documentation for that particular error. This will even work when the document is spread over several files.
One component of AUCTeX that LaTeX users will find attractive is preview-latex, a combination of folding and in-source previewing that provides true "What You See Is What You Get" experience in your source buffer, while letting you retain full control. preview-latex comes with its own manual.
AUCTeX automatically indents your `LaTeX-source', not only as you write it---you can also let it indent and format an entire document. It has a special outline feature, which can greatly help you `getting an overview' of a document.
Apart from these special features, AUCTeX provides a large range of handy Emacs macros, which in several different ways can help you write your documents fast and painlessly.
All features of AUCTeX are documented using the GNU Emacs online documentation system. That is, documentation for any command is just a key click away!
AUCTeX is written entirely in Emacs-Lisp, and hence you can easily add new features for your own needs. It has become recently a GNU project. AUCTeX is distributed under the `GNU General Public License Version 2'.
Formats: [html] [info]

GNU nano Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)   (package: nano)
This documents provides answers to frequently asked questions about the GNU nano text editor.

GNU nano User Manual   (package: nano)
This manual describes the usage of the GNU nano text editor.

LaCheck: A consistency checker for LaTeX documents   (package: lacheck)
LaCheck is a general purpose consistency checker for LaTeX documents. It reads a LaTeX document and displays warning messages, if it finds bad sequences. It should be noted, that the badness is very subjective. LaCheck is designed to help find common mistakes in LaTeX documents, especially those made by beginners.

preview-latex: WYSIWYG LaTeX editing with Emacs and AUCTeX   (package: auctex)
preview-latex is a package embedding preview fragments into Emacs source buffers under the AUCTeX editing environment for LaTeX. It uses `preview.sty' for the extraction of certain environments (most notably displayed formulas). Other applications of this style file are possible and exist.
Formats: [html] [info]

The preview Package for LaTeX   (package: preview-latex-style)
The main purpose of this package is the extraction of certain environments (most notably displayed formulas) from LaTeX sources as graphics. This works with DVI files postprocessed by either Dvips and Ghostscript or dvipng, but it also works when you are using PDFTeX for generating PDF files (usually also postprocessed by Ghostscript).
Current uses of the package include the preview-latex package for WYSIWYG functionality in the AUCTeX editing environment, generation of previews in LyX, as part of the operation of the ps4pdf package, the tbook XML system and some other tools.

Section: File Management

A short git tools survey   (package: git-doc)
A brief and outdated survey of useful git tools, including third-party and external projects.
Formats: [html] [text]

Everyday Git With 20 Commands Or So   (package: git-doc)
A useful minimum set of git commands, in context.
Formats: [html] [text]

Fighting regressions with git bisect   (package: git-doc)
"git bisect" enables software users and developers to easily find the commit that introduced a regression. We show why it is important to have good tools to fight regressions. We describe how "git bisect" works from the outside and the algorithms it uses inside. Then we explain how to take advantage of "git bisect" to improve current practices. And we discuss how "git bisect" could improve in the future.
Formats: [html] [text]

findutils   (package: findutils)
utilities for finding files--find, xargs, and locate These utilities find files meeting specified criteria and perform various actions on the files which are found.

Git How-to Documents   (package: git-doc)
Mailing list postings made by various people describing how they use git in their workflow.
Formats: [html] [text]

Git index format   (package: git-doc)
The on-disk format of Git's staging area, merging area, and working directory cache.

Git pack format and packing heuristics   (package: git-doc)
Git's packed data format.

Git Reference Manual   (package: git-doc)
Git manual pages, including glossary and tutorials.

Git User's Manual (for version 1.5.3 or newer)   (package: git-doc)
This manual provides a leisurely but practical introduction to git. Chapters 1 and 2 explain how to fetch and study a project using git. People needing to do actual development will also want to read chapters 3 and 4. Further chapters cover more specialized topics.
Formats: [html] [text]

Rsnapshot Documentation   (package: rsnapshot)
rsnapshot is a filesystem backup utility based on rsync. It is possible to take snapshots of your filesystems at different points in time.

Technical documentation for git protocol   (package: git-doc)
Reference documentation for the upload-pack and receive-pack protocols that underlie git's ssh://, git://, file://, and smart http:// transports.

Technical documentation for shallow clones in git   (package: git-doc)
There has not been any work on the git fetch/clone --depth lately, so it is hard to find out what it does, and how. This document describes the ideas as well as the current problems, and can serve as a starting point for shallow people.

Trivial merge rules for git read-tree   (package: git-doc)
This document describes the outcomes of the trivial merge logic in git read-tree.

Use of index and the "racy git" problem   (package: git-doc)
In order to speed up comparison between files in the work tree and index entries, git compares current lstat(2) information with saved lstat(2) information from whenever it updated the corresponding index entry. A very quick update that does not change file size could therefore make git incorrectly think files in the working tree are unmodified even though they actually are modified. This is called the "racy git" problem (discovered by Pasky), and the entries that would appear clean when they ought not to be because of this problem are called "racily clean".
This document explains how git avoids that problem.

X-CD-Roast documentation   (package: xcdroast)
This manual describes the usage and workings of Xcdroast. Xcdroast is an easy-to-use program to master, copy and otherwise make your own CDs.

X-CD-Roast FAQ   (package: xcdroast)
Frequently Asked Questions

X-CD-Roast manual   (package: xcdroast)
Local PDF copy of http://www.xcdroast.org/manual

Section: Graphics

Multilayer PDF XFig figures using LaTeX for typesetting   (package: transfig)
Manual for the fig2mpdf extension of transfig It explains fig2mpdf, a tool for generating overlayable figure documents using one xfig document as source.

pstoedit   (package: pstoedit)

 pstoedit translates PostScript and PDF graphics into other vector formats.

The Geeqie User Manual.   (package: geeqie-common)
This manual describes how to use Geeqie.

TransFig: Portable Figures for LaTeX   (package: transfig)
Manual for the TransFig package. This manual describes the TransFig package and its components fig2dev and transfig as well as related software and the Fig graphics format (in the old V2.1 version).

Section: Help

Fvwm Manual   (package: fvwm)
F(?) Virtual Window Manager is a powerful ICCCM2 compliant multiple virtual desktop window manager the X Window System. FVWM requires relatively little memory. It includes full support of the EWMH (Extended Window Manager Hints) specification, internationalization, improved window decoration code (no flickering anymore), bi-directional asian text support, FreeType font support (antialiasing), image rendering, Perl based module library, support for PNG images, side titles and much more.

TkMan manual   (package: tkman)
TkMan is a graphical, hypertext manual page and Texinfo browser, with a lot of features.

Section: Help/Standards

Shared MIME-info Database specification   (package: shared-mime-info)
This document specifies a unified MIME database system for use by application developers.
Formats: [html] [pdf]

Section: Network/Communication

Apache HTTP Server Version 2.2 Documentation   (package: apache2-doc)
This documentation describes the configuration of the Apache Web server and the included modules.

Debian-specific documentation for Exim 4   (package: exim4-base)
This file documents specific details of the Exim4 Debian packages.

Exim specification   (package: exim4-base)
Exim reference manual. This is the text version.

Exim's interface to mail filtering   (package: exim4-base)
Description of the user interface to Exim's in-built mail filtering facility. This is the text version.

Mail Reference Manual   (package: mailx)
This document describes how to use the Mail program to send and receive messages.
Formats: [text] [postscript]

The Mutt E-Mail Client Manual   (package: mutt)
The documentation for Mutt, a sophisticated text oriented mail user agent ("mail reader").
Formats: [html] [text]

Section: Network/File Transfer

Mirror and utilities   (package: mirror)
Mirror uses the FTP protocol to locally duplicate remote host files and directories selected with Perl regular expressions. Can gzip and split files and minimize directory downloads using ls-lR.patch.gz files. Tracks large distant FTP archives accurately.
Formats: [html] [text]

Section: Network/Monitoring

AWStats Documentation   (package: awstats)
This manual describes how to install, configure, use and extend the AWStats logfile analyzer.

Section: Network/Web Browsing

Debian Lynx Manual   (package: lynx-cur)
This manual describes what lynx-cur is and how it can be used on Debian systems.

Section: Office

AbiWord online documentation   (package: abiword-help)
This set of documents provides help for using the AbiWord word processor, meant to be accessed from within the program itself but also available here.

Section: Programming

A description on how to use and modify libpng (version 1.2.X)   (package: libpng12-0)
This file describes how to use and modify the PNG reference library (known as libpng) for your own use. There are five sections to this file: introduction, structures, reading, writing, and modification and configuration notes for various special platforms. In addition to this file, example.c is a good starting point for using the library, as it is heavily commented and should include everything most people will need. We assume that libpng is already installed; see the INSTALL file for instructions on how to install libpng.
Libpng was written as a companion to the PNG specification, as a way of reducing the amount of time and effort it takes to support the PNG file format in application programs. The PNG specification is available as RFC 2083 <http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2083.txt> and as a W3C Recommendation <http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-png-multi.html>. Some additional chunks are described in the special-purpose public chunks documents at <ftp://ftp.uu.net/graphics/png/documents/>. Other information about PNG, and the latest version of libpng, can be found at the PNG home page, <http://www.libpng.org/pub/png/>.

ASDF User Manual   (package: cl-asdf)
This manual describes the usage of ASDF
Formats: [html] [pdf]

blt - Tk extensions   (package: blt)
An overview of the blt command set.

ConfigObj API Reference   (package: python-configobj)
ConfigObj is a simple but powerful config file reader and writer: an ini file round tripper. Its main feature is that it is very easy to use, with a straightforward programmer's interface and a simple syntax for config files.

Debugging with DDD   (package: ddd)
User's Guide and Reference Manual for DDD This 200+ page document is the official, up-to-date reference for the DDD debugger, a GUI debugging interface that runs on top of various text-based debuggers, including gdb, perldb, pydb and jdb.

Emacs Standard Lisp Library   (package: elib)
Programming documentation for a library of standard functions for emacs lisp, elib. Elib is somewhat akin to C++'s libstdc++, only for emacs lisp. Elib will work with all flavours of emacsen, although xemacs already includes a very small subset as part of pcl-cvs.

GNU Enscript documentation   (package: enscript)
This file documents GNU Enscript.

GNU Enscript FAQ   (package: enscript)
Frequently Asked Questions about GNU Enscript.

Perl5 modules for manipulating scalar as files (IO-Stringy)   (package: libio-stringy-perl)
IO-Stringy is a collection of Perl5 IO:: modules for manipulating data in scalar or array data structures using file mechanisms. Allows for memory basesd temporary file among other things.

Programmer API for libgnuinet-java   (package: libgnuinet-java)
This is the programmer API of libgnuinet-java an extension library to provide extra network protocol support.

Qt Reference Documentation   (package: qt3-doc)
Qt (TM) is a multi-platform C++ GUI toolkit. It is a product of Troll Tech. It is supported on all major variants of Microsoft Windows and Unix/X Windows.

The GNU time Command   (package: time)
The GNU 'time' command runs another program, then displays information about the resources used by that program, collected by the system while the program was running. You can select which information is reported and the format in which it is shown, or have `time' save the information in a file instead of display it on the screen.

Writing DDD Themes - User's Guide and Reference Manual   (package: ddd)
Customising DDD's data visualisation. This manual sketches how data visualisation in DDD works. It covers the creation of displays from data, writing themes, DDD's use of VSL functions and the standard VSL library.

Section: Programming/C

Git internal API documentation   (package: git-doc)
Git has grown a set of internal API over time. This collection documents them.
Formats: [html] [text]

Section: Programming/Python

PyCrypto API Documentation   (package: python-crypto)

 Python Crypto is a collection of cryptographic algorithms and
protocols, implemented for use from Python. This is the API documentation for it.

Section: Science/Mathematics

Asymptote User Manual   (package: asymptote-doc)
This document describes the Asymptote system and programming language.
Formats: [html] [pdf]

Calc   (package: calc)
An advanced calculator and mathematical tool for Emacs. This is an advanced calculator and mathematical tool for GNU Emacs. XEmacs has calc built-in, so you only need this package if you are using GNU Emacs. Very roughly based on the HP-28/48 series of calculators, calc's many features include:
 * Choice of algebraic or RPN (stack-based) entry of calculations.
 * Arbitrary precision integers and floating-point numbers.
 * Arithmetic on rational numbers, complex numbers (rectangular and
 polar), error forms with standard deviations, open and closed
 intervals, vectors and matrices, dates and times, infinities,
 sets, quantities with units, and algebraic formulas.
 * Mathematical operations such as logarithms and trigonometric functions.
 * Programmer's features (bitwise operations, non-decimal numbers).
 * Financial functions such as future value and internal rate of return.
 * Number theoretical features such as prime factorization and
 arithmetic modulo M for any M.
 * Algebraic manipulation features, including symbolic calculus.
 * Moving data to and from regular editing buffers.
 * "Embedded mode" for manipulating Calc formulas and data directly
 inside any editing buffer.
 * Graphics using GNUPLOT, a versatile (and free) plotting program.
 * Easy programming using keyboard macros, algebraic formulas,
 algebraic rewrite rules, or extended Emacs Lisp.

The GNU DC arbitrary precision calculator   (package: dc)
GNU dc is a reverse-polish desk calculator which supports unlimited precision arithmetic. It also allows you to define and call macros. Normally DC reads from the standard input; if any command arguments are given to it, they are filenames, and DC reads and executes the contents of the files instead of reading from standard input. All normal output is to standard output; all error messages are written to standard error.

Section: Science/Physics

feynMF: Drawing Feynman Diagrams with LaTeX and Metafont   (package: feynmf)
feynMF is a LaTeX package for easy drawing of professional quality Feynman diagrams with Metafont (or Metapost). feynMF lays out most diagrams satisfactorily from the structure of the graph without any need for manual intervention. Nevertheless all the power of Metafont (or MetaPost) is available for obscure cases.

Section: Shells

An Introduction to the C shell   (package: csh)
The C shell was originally written at UCB to overcome limitations in the Bourne shell. Its flexibility and comfort (at that time) quickly made it the shell of choice until more advanced shells like ksh, bash, zsh or tcsh appeared. Most of the latter incorporate features original to csh.
This is a step-by-step tutorial on interactive use of the C shell. It is mainly of historical interest.
Formats: [text] [postscript]

Section: Sound

EsounD - The Enlightened Sound Daemon   (package: esound-common)
The Enlightened Sound Daemon can mix several audio streams into one sound device. It will mix in pre-loaded samples, too. Want to play a frightening sound whenever the user presses the "go" button? No problem, just cache it, and play it back by sample id number.

TkMixer   (package: tkmixer)
TkMixer is a compact audio mixer featuring graphical Tk interface and equipped with slide bars, mute buttons, and a configuration facility.

Section: System

printop - graphical interface to lprng   (package: printop)
printop is a Tcl/Tk program that gives you a graphical interface to control the printers and queues for UNIX-like systems using the lpd daemon from the LPRng print system. It uses the commands lpq, lpc, lprm to get information and control the printers and you just have to click with your mouse. In a large network it shows you all the printers and gives you the full functionality of the lprng commands, so you have a good overview of what is happening.

Section: System/Administration

Fontconfig User Reference   (package: fontconfig)
User and administrator reference for the fontconfig library. Fontconfig is a library designed to provide system-wide font configuration, customization and application access.
Formats: [html] [text] [pdf]

LPRng Reference Manual   (package: lprng-doc)
The LPRng Printing Software consists of the LPRng print spooler, the ifhp print filter, and the LPRngTool graphical user interface.
Formats: [html] [pdf]

Users and Groups in the Debian System   (package: base-passwd)
Descriptions of important system users and groups in Debian.
Formats: [html] [text]

Section: System/Hardware

CUPS Documentation   (package: cups)
This documentation covers the use and administration of a CUPS printing system, and the programming interface for the libcups API.

Section: System/Security

cracklib2 - a pro-active password checker library   (package: libcrack2)
cracklib is a library containing a C function which may be used in a passwd like program. The idea is simple: try to prevent users from choosing passwords that could be guessed by crack by filtering them out, at source. cracklib is NOT a replacement passwd program. cracklib is a LIBRARY.

cracklib2 - utilities   (package: cracklib-runtime)
Run-time support programs which use the shared library in cracklib2 including programs to build the password dictionary databases used by the functions in the shared library.

GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG) mini-HOWTO   (package: gnupg-doc)
This is a mini-HOWTO for GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG).
Formats: [html] [text]

GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG) mini-HOWTO   (package: gnupg-doc)
This is an article on replacing PGP 2.x with GnuPG.
Formats: [html] [text]

GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG) mini-HOWTO (Catalan)   (package: gnupg-doc)
This is a mini-HOWTO for GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG) in Catalan.
Formats: [html] [text]

GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG) mini-HOWTO (Chinese)   (package: gnupg-doc)
This is a mini-HOWTO for GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG) in Chinese.

GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG) mini-HOWTO (Dutch)   (package: gnupg-doc)
This is a mini-HOWTO for GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG) in Dutch.
Formats: [html] [text]

GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG) mini-HOWTO (French)   (package: gnupg-doc)
This is a mini-HOWTO for GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG) in French.

GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG) mini-HOWTO (German)   (package: gnupg-doc)
This is a mini-HOWTO for GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG) in German.
Formats: [html] [text]

GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG) mini-HOWTO (Portuguese)   (package: gnupg-doc)
This is a mini-HOWTO for GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG) in Portuguese.

GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG) mini-HOWTO (Spanish)   (package: gnupg-doc)
This is an article on replacing PGP 2.x with GnuPG in Spanish.
Formats: [html] [text]

GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG) mini-HOWTO (Spanish)   (package: gnupg-doc)
This is a mini-HOWTO for GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG) in Spanish.
Formats: [html] [text]

GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG) mini-HOWTO (Swedish)   (package: gnupg-doc)
This is a mini-HOWTO for GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG) in Swedish.

GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG) mini-HOWTO (Vietnamese)   (package: gnupg-doc)
This is a mini-HOWTO for GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG) in Vietnamese.

The GNU Privacy Handbook   (package: gnupg-doc)
This is an depth guide for GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG).
Formats: [html] [text]

The GNU Privacy Handbook (French)   (package: gnupg-doc)
This is an depth guide for GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG) in French.
Formats: [html] [text]

The GNU Privacy Handbook (German)   (package: gnupg-doc)
This is an depth guide for GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG) in German.
Formats: [html] [text]

The GNU Privacy Handbook (Italian)   (package: gnupg-doc)
This is an depth guide for GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG) in Italian.
Formats: [html] [text]

The GNU Privacy Handbook (Russian)   (package: gnupg-doc)
This is an depth guide for GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG) in Russian.
Formats: [html] [text]

The GNU Privacy Handbook (Spanish)   (package: gnupg-doc)
This is an depth guide for GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG) in Spanish.
Formats: [html] [text]

Section: Terminal Emulators

Xterm Control Sequences   (package: xterm)
This document describes the terminal control sequences that XTerm recognizes.

XTerm Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)   (package: xterm)
This document provides answers to frequently asked questions about the XTerm terminal emulator as it ships with the X.Org distribution of the X Window System.
Formats: [html] [text]

Section: Text

dblatex Manual   (package: dblatex)
This manual in-depth describes the functionality and usage of dblatex to produce DVI, PostScript and PDF documents from DocBook sources.
Formats: [html] [pdf]

dblatex Release Notes   (package: dblatex)
This document provides a per-release list of enhancements and changes to the dblatex project.
Formats: [html] [pdf]

Ding   (package: ding)
This is "Ding"
 * a dictionary lookup program for Unix,
 * DIctionary Nice Grep,
 * a Tk based Front-End to [ae]grep,
 * Ding {n} :: thing

Extending LATEX s color facilities: the xcolor package   (package: latex-xcolor)
This manual describes what latex-xcolor is and how it can be used to manage online manuals on Debian systems.

HyperLaTeX   (package: hyperlatex)
Hyperlatex allows you to use a LaTeX-like language to prepare documents in HTML (the hypertext markup language used by the world wide web), and, at the same time, to produce a fine printed document from your input. You can use all of LaTeX's power for the printed output, and you don't have to learn a new language for creating hypertext documents.

Ispell manual   (package: ispell)
This manual describes how to use ispell, as well as a little about its implementation.
Formats: [html] [info]

LaTeX2HTML   (package: latex2html)
LaTeX2HTML is a conversion tool that that converts documents written in LaTeX to HTML format. In addition, it offers an easy migration path towards authoring complex hypermedia documents using familiar word-processing concepts. LaTeX2HTML replicates the basic structure of a LaTeX document as a set of interconnected HTML files which can be explored using automatically generated navigation panels. The cross-references, citations, footnotes, the table of contents and the lists of figures and tables, are also translated into hypertext links. Formatting information which has equivalent ``tags'' in HTML (lists, quotes, paragraph breaks, type styles, etc.) is also converted appropriately. The remaining heavily formatted items such as mathematical equations, pictures or tables are converted to images which are placed automatically at the correct positions in the final HTML document. LaTeX2HTML extends LaTeX by supporting arbitrary hypertext links and symbolic cross-references between evolving remote documents. It also allows the specification of conditional text and the inclusion of raw HTML commands. These hypermedia extensions to LaTeX are available as new commands and environments from within a LaTeX document."

LuaTeX reference manual   (package: luatex)
Reference manual for LuaTeX, the next generation TeX engine

PDFjam Manual   (package: pdfjam)
This manual describes what PDFjam tools are and how to modify PDF documents with it.

Polyglotman Manual Page   (package: rman)
Polyglotman (formerly rman) translates man pages into many formats.

TeX4ht user manual   (package: tex4ht)
This manual describes the configuration and features of TeX4ht for authoring hypertext (HTML) using TeX or LaTeX.

texi2html Manual   (package: texi2html)
This manual describes what texi2html is and how it can be used.

Title: User Guide to the PGF Package, Version 2.10   (package: pgf)
This is a comprehensive and high quality manual for PGF and TikZ, including several tutorials and a detailed reference. It discusses both the more accessible frontend subsystems such as TikZ, and more low-level and powerful functionality that may not be needed by the average user.

Vietnamese translation of the po-debconf manpages   (package: po-debconf)

Section: Typesetting

TeX on Debian   (package: tex-common)
Debian-specific information about TeX packages. This document is intended for TeX users who want to know how to change settings in the TeX system, install additional components, or deal with problems.
Formats: [html] [text] [pdf]

Thai LaTeX documentation   (package: thailatex)
This document describes the usage and implementation of Thai LaTeX support using Babel.

User's Guide to the Beamer Class   (package: latex-beamer)
This manual describes what latex-beamer is and how it can be used to manage online manuals on Debian systems.

Section: Viewers

info2www manual   (package: info2www)
This manual describes how you can use info2www, which is a GNU Info Node to HTML Gateway.

Man-db manual   (package: man-db)
The database cached manual pager suite.
Formats: [text] [postscript]

Section: Web Development

Debian Apache Manual   (package: apache-doc)
This manual describes the configuration directives and use of the Apache webserver.

Section: Web Development/W3

w3c - the W3C Command Line Tool   (package: libwww0)
Command line syntax for "w3c", a small tool based on libwww which can perform various HTTP actions such as GET, POST, PUT, DELETE.

webbot - the Libwww Robot   (package: libwww0)
Command line syntax for "webbot", a HTTP spider based on libwww which can crawl the Internet, but which isn't nearly as useful as wget.

www - the W3C Line Mode Browser   (package: libwww0)
User manual for "www", a very simple line-based WWW browser.

List of dwww errors and warnings generated while building menu

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