Since there was no information anywhere on the net for Belgian Linux users, we started to collect stuff that we thought could be important. This HOWTO aims to be the definitive list of all Belgian-related Linux information. If you think not, you have no excuse to complain and certainly not to not contribute. ;)
If you need to know more about the Linux Documentation Project or about Linux HOWTO's, feel free to contact the supervisor Tim Bynum <email@example.com>.
Tim Bynum will post the listing to several national and international newsgroups on a monthly basis. In addition, the Belgian HOWTO can be found on the World Wide Web at http://dag.wieers.com/howto/. New versions of the Belgian HOWTO are always placed at this site first, so please be sure to check if the copy you are reading is still up to date!
This document is currently translated in 3 languages (English, Dutch and French), we're trying to keep all three of them in sync, but the English version is the source-document!
The French version is maintained by Dany Vanderroost <firstname.lastname@example.org> and is found at: http://club.euronet.be/dany.vanderroost/howto.html.
A few people mailed us their suggestions and improvements, thanks go to:
Wim Vandeputte <email@example.com>
Pablo Saratxaga <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Christophe Lambin <email@example.com>
Geert Uytterhoeven <firstname.lastname@example.org>
If some information seems to be wrong, deceptive or missing, we'd appreciate if you mailed us the improvements. Since we're just human this document isn't bug-free, but your contribution can and will make a difference.
To add yourself to the Linux user groups or businesses, collect all necessary information and mail it to us.
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Although the information given in this document is believed to be correct, the author will accept no liability for the content of this document. Use the tips and examples given herein at your own risk.
Copyright � 1998, 1999, 2000 by Dag Wie�rs. This document may be distributed only subject to the terms and conditions set forth in the LDP license.
There are some things I'm planning to add to this document, if you're interested be sure you're reading the most current version of this document. (This todo-list is only a reminder to myself, it is not in the translated documents!)
Integrate LinBel some more (should have done this a long time ago)
Add details about how to get Ispell-software for your own language
Add more information about ADSL/DANA