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March 2009

User Guide to Nvu HTML Web authoring tool for site development

Charles Cooke's Nvu Support Site Nvu is a nascent, open source, ysiwyg, Web authoring system. I hope that this User Guide will both prove useful for new users and act as a reference guide for those more experienced. Latest revision 14-March-2006 Based on Nvu 1.0 The Guide is based on Nvu running under Windows XP. Available both in pdf and HTML versions The pdf version can be printed, if required, on either A4 or US letter stationery. The files for the guide are no longer maintained on this site but are hosted on an Nvu site. Your preferred route, when running Nvu is via the Nvu Help menu, select 'User Guide' Alternatively go to the current version using the link below Nvu User Guide HTML or pdf However! a - The hosting site has not worked since the last week in September (I am investigating why.) b - There is now a newer User Guide based on KompoZer available Copies of both old and new can be found via http://www.charlescooke.me.uk/web/ Also available Bugs I found HTML

September 2007

HP Open Source and Linux - Linux Printing and Imaging

HP is investing resources in open source efforts to improve the support for devices within Linux, including HP printers. Currently HP provides Linux printing support for over 200 HP printers. These pages feature information to help guide you regarding the current status of support for HP printers with Linux, as well as a list of sites for additional information. This site will provide ongoing updates as HP continues to expand its commitment to Open Source and Linux.

August 2007

Illustrated Dual Boot Site

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Illustrated Dual Boot Site Home Page Edited Friday, July 13 2007 This website is about how to use the Ubuntu 'Alternate' Install CD, and also features all kinds of help with Linux bootloaders and dual booting. You NEED Linux in your computer so you can get email and use the internet safely. The internet is not safe for your existing operating system because it is incurably vulnerable to all kinds of evil pests and threats. Read this BBC News article, Google searches web's dark side. Solve the problem, install Linux today and keep your other OS for home use only, safely off the internet. You can switch to Linux later as you learn to use it and discover how much better it is.