Point Linux 2.2 Full, Install Guide now in English :D

Point Linux 2.2 Full, Install Guide now in English :D

Postby saschat » 04 Nov 2013, 18:05

Hello people

I wrote a small install Guide for Point Linux 2.2 Full
with many pictures :D who finds spelling errors may keep :D


http://linux-lu.no-ip.org/pointlinux/Point%20Linux%20Mate%20Full%202.2%20Install%20Guide.pdf

Edit: now is the link correct embedded :D

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Re: Point Linux 2.2 Full, Install Guide now in English :D

Postby Maroman » 04 Nov 2013, 18:32

something wrong with the site address.

is this one http://linux-lu.no-ip.org/pointlinux/Point%20Linux%20Mate%20Full%202.2%20Install%20Guide.pdf correct?

nice you publish your tutorial :Bravo:

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Re: Point Linux 2.2 Full, Install Guide now in English :D

Postby Pry » 04 Nov 2013, 18:50

Hallo, Sasha! :)

It would be great to put it on wiki.pointlinux.org. Do you know wiki markup?
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Re: Point Linux 2.2 Full, Install Guide now in English :D

Postby saschat » 04 Nov 2013, 19:05

No i dont know the wiki format

Pry when you want i can you give the raw word document?
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Re: Point Linux 2.2 Full, Install Guide now in English :D

Postby drum » 04 Nov 2013, 22:14

great job you have done there saschat +1
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Re: Point Linux 2.2 Full, Install Guide now in English :D

Postby Dagg » 05 Nov 2013, 05:39

saschat wrote:No i dont know the wiki format
Pry when you want i can you give the raw word document?


If you're using Word 2007/2010 : Microsoft Office Word Add-in For MediaWiki
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Re: Point Linux 2.2 Full, Install Guide now in English :D

Postby Maroman » 05 Nov 2013, 05:48

and there is also extension for LO - cp. http://www.libreoffice.org/features/extensions/
Wiki Publisher: the Wiki Publisher extension lets you create Wiki articles on MediaWiki servers without having to know MediaWiki markup language. You can publish new and existing documents to a wiki page, transparently with Writer. Wiki Publisher supports essential text attributes such as headings, hyperlinks and lists, as well as simple tables. Images are also supported if already uploaded to the wiki site. Automatic images uploading is not currently supported. This is the perfect extension if you want to make existing documentations and specifications available on MediaWiki servers. Just load the document and invoke the Extension via the "Send – MediaWiki Server" command. A dialog box guides you through the publication process.


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Re: Point Linux 2.2 Full, Install Guide now in English :D

Postby saschat » 05 Nov 2013, 10:55

How I can register me to the Wiki

http://wiki.pointlinux.org

tro write a Installation from pointlinux page
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Re: Point Linux 2.2 Full, Install Guide now in English :D

Postby dek » 05 Nov 2013, 11:51

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