LINUX Documentation F.A.Q.
I downloaded the Adobe SVG Viewer for Firefox and installed it as described, and now SVG's aren't working properly with Microsoft Internet Explorer. What's going on?
Unfortunately the Firefox compatible SVG Viewer and Internet Explorer compatible SVG Viewer are not one and the same. They nonetheless install to the same spot and thus automatically overwrite one another. For the time being, we are unsure how to resolve this and would suggest viewing the documentation with Internet Explorer because its SVG support is not in the form of "pre-alpha" software. Avid Firefox fans don't lose heart though! We've heard that the next generation Firefox, currently in development, is scheduled to have fully integrated SVG support.
Why is my Linux box having such problems with viewing Linux kernel documentation?
We're not really sure. We are running Linux Mandrake 10.2 using Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.7.6) Gecko/20050317 Firefox/1.0.2 and it seems to be working fine. Nonetheless, we are doing what we can to address Linux compatibility issues. Please just bear with us.
How do you view .PDF files in Linux? Like... the tutorial...
Please just download... and then consequently use... the GNOME PDF Viewer.
Some of your links aren't working.
What? We thought we'd fixed that!
Why are the download times so long?
Sorry... it's the nature of the beast. The structure of the documentation is such that hundreds of list elements are being loaded when any particular index is accessed. Thus, the time to load a particular index is proportional to the size of the sub-system. For example, large sub-systems like "drivers" will take more time to download than small sub-systems like "architectures" or "cryptology". Once the index for any particular sub-system has downloaded, we are quite confident that you'll find navigation within that sub-system to be more than suitably alacritous.
Can I get a hardcopy of the Linux documentation?
Not quite yet. We are currently setting up a sales structure for customers interested in purchasing a DVD or CD hardcopy of the documentation. However, if you e-mail us that you're interested, we'll take your name down and contact you as soon as we've set up the appropriate support process. More news on this to come.
Can SVG's be printed?
Can I copy SVG's into another application?
Are SVG's actually the cure for both the common cold and world hunger?!?!?
... or for any other SVG related questions, we recommend that you check out Adobe's SVG Zone. If you can't find what you're looking for, feel free to contact us and we'll assist you as best we can.
What other kinds of things does TSRI do?
I want to contact you. How can I contact you?
On our main site there's a button that says, "Contact Us". Give it a click, and we're hoping the subsequent information you're supplied with will get you where you need to go. Otherwise, click "The Software Revolution is fun!", and you'll be linked there directly.