Documentation/files somewhere online?

From: Damir Perisa
Date: Sat Oct 15 2005 - 10:01:40 EST

thank you for the quick reply, Benoit,

Le Saturday 15 October 2005 15:40, Benoit Boissinot a écrit :
| On 10/15/05, Damir Perisa <damir.perisa@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
| > Le Saturday 15 October 2005 09:48, Anton Altaparmakov a écrit:
| > | echo s > /proc/sysrq-trigger
| > i'm impressed that i see that sysrq also works from procfs....
| it is mentionned in Documentation/sysrq.txt

oh ... i definitely have to read the Documentation/files more often for
updates... last time i did, i didn't remember seeing proc magic in this

is somebody keeping a online version of the kernel source docs (i mean the
Documentation/* files) somewhere for surfing? i want to point people to
pages with links without forcing them to download the sources to read
what i tell them to.

often i'm asked questions about linux in general. an updated docs pages on
the net would be helpful. of course if it does not exist, i can create
one, but why re-inventing the wheel if it is easier to give credits to
the first person who invented it and use it? ;-)

thanx + greetings,

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