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Most of the informations provided here come from research made in HP documentations, files provided with Linux kernel sources, the FAQ of the Usenet newsgroup news:comp.sys.hp.hpux with a HTML version available on all mirror sites like the CICT, my own experience on HP products, a lot of tests and deployments realised, and remarks from Linux users.
Numerous people have contributed to this document and augmented its contents. You'll find the most complete possible list in the Chapter 7. I would like to thank just now, without any particular order, those without whom this document would simply not exist :
Marc Hia Bali� <Marc_Hia-Balie@hp.com>, who ordered that document and accepted to make it a free documentation.
Linus Torvalds, for the Linux project (without it, nothing would exist).
Richard Stallman, for the GNU project (without it, nothing would exist either).
Nat Makar�vitch <firstname.lastname@example.org>, For his work as translator and his advocacy conferences.
Xavier Cazin <email@example.com>, for his talent to convince me to use DocBook.
Eric Dumas <dumas@Linux.EU.Org>, for the management of the french LDP.
R�my Card <Remy.Card@linux.org>, for ext2 and his love of electricity :-)
Ren� Cougnenc, to have helped a lot of people to begin with Linux, including myself.
Dany Coffineau <Dany.Coffineau@alcatel.fr>, for teachnig me Unix.
Fran�ois Strobel <Francois.Strobel@alcatel.fr>, for his peacefulness and legendary patience :-)
Fr�d�ric Dubuy <F.Dubuy@atrid.fr>, who contributed to the writing of that document and took all the work I coulnd't achieve, while I was writing it. Without saying he's also the graphist of the logo !
Alain Pascal <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for the several tests made.
Pascal Lemonnier <Pascal.Lemonnier@medasys.fr> typography expert who found a lot of typos.
Cornec family<email@example.com>, for his patience and his support.