manpages-fr 3.54d1p1-1 source package in Ubuntu

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manpages-fr (3.54d1p1-1) unstable; urgency=low


  * New release, based on manpages 3.54-1 and perkamon 3.54-1

 -- Simon Paillard <email address hidden>  Wed, 25 Sep 2013 00:23:14 +0200

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Uploaded by:
Nicolas Fran├žois
Uploaded to:
Sid
Original maintainer:
Nicolas Fran├žois
Architectures:
all
Section:
doc
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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Builds

Trusty: [FULLYBUILT] i386

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manpages-fr_3.54d1p1-1.dsc 2.9 KiB a7a9babdf8c459a5e87492e9b0d20b3a26e6ae1b4e58baf841ff9d9cdf5c3652
manpages-fr_3.54d1p1.orig-manpages-dev.tar.xz 629.3 KiB 845c6e1cbae229407b434a23a7a211e02e59697e6285e3840c196ac2f2f0fa5b
manpages-fr_3.54d1p1.orig-manpages.tar.xz 344.8 KiB 10c54b22096fc6fa96816b38c1212ab53b349f86262f0e604a81e0a2f52a7342
manpages-fr_3.54d1p1.orig-perkamon-fr.tar.xz 3.3 MiB ef9e59fa39c6718e920aa0eb5324546c27ca1ca028ecc883bd1cefff67ac46de
manpages-fr_3.54d1p1.orig.tar.xz 2.6 KiB 40a38168aec727ef10833b66e82b6b73f56eeac52183e0b09aa6d514cb0e6a81
manpages-fr_3.54d1p1-1.debian.tar.gz 35.7 KiB 556f2306fecb687ea2d9ed1567f7d2f275435148cd8bf4fe587172b9a5ffe426

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Binary packages built by this source

manpages-fr: French version of the manual pages about using GNU/Linux

 This package contains the French translation of GNU/Linux manual pages
 for these sections:
  4 = Devices (e.g. hd, sd).
  5 = File formats and protocols, syntaxes of several system
      files (e.g. wtmp, /etc/passwd, nfs).
  7 = Conventions and standards, macro packages, etc.
      (e.g. nroff, ascii).
 .
 Sections 1, 6 and 8 are provided by the respective applications. This
 package only includes the intro man page describing the section.
 .
 The man pages describe syntaxes of several system files.

manpages-fr-dev: French version of the development manual pages

 These man pages are translations of the man pages which describe the
 Linux programming interface, including these two sections:
  2 = Linux system calls.
  3 = Library calls (note that a more comprehensive source of information
      may be found in the glibc-doc package).