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·  How do I submit corrections?
·  What do I do with a broken link?
·  Can I link to your site?
·  Can I download the whole site?
·  Who owns the copyright to the material?

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·  How do I submit corrections?

All corrections should be sent via the normal feedback form. Please keep in mind that I am working on this site alone and when time permits. Because of this, I have made the decision that functionality and getting you the information is more important than the appearance. I would like it to look "neat and orderly", but that will come as I develop the site. However, if you find something that looks out of place, please let me know!

One place where this becomes obvious is on the "More Information" pages. Every page has a link to another page labeled "More Information". This makes developing the site easier as I can make global changes without having to edit every page individually. Unfortunately, this means that there are a number of these pages that really don't have more information. I hope to eventually be able to add information to all of these pages. However, in the meantime, some of them are empty. That saves me time and is better than the "Page not found" errors. At least I think so.Let me know what you think.

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·  What do I do with a broken link?

Let me know through the feedback form and I will try to correct it as quickly as possible.

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·  Can I link to your site?

By all means, yes!!! If you link to the tutorial, please do not link to individual pages but rather only to the start page (www.linux-tutorial.info). I would also appreciate it if you tell my through the feedback form letting me know that you added the link.

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·  Can I download the whole site?

I would really prefer that you don't download it using something like wget or some other tool that downloads each page. A lot of pages are created dynamically, like the MoreInfo, Glossary, and so forth. Using wget or some similar tool, these get created and downloaded, as well. This is a waste of bandwidth and you really do not need every page individually. Plus, by doing it this way, you end up downloading several hundred megabytes!

For those people who would like to have a local copy you can download it from the SourceForge project page: http://sourceforge.net/projects/linkbat. The goal of the LINKBAT project is to provide an easy way to develop tutorial like mine and provide a method of providing new material without needing to know how the data is stored internally.

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·  Who owns the copyright to the material?

For most of the material on the site, I own the copyright and it is protected by a number of different copyright laws in this regard. Since much of this material has been published in other places (e.g books and magazines), the copyright on this material is protected. For complete details, checkout the copyright page. If you make a contribution, then you maintain all rights to your material.

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