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Source code repository https://salsa.debian.org/hertzog/debian-handbook.git
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Last remote commit Remove hack to add lang= values to XML files ebbf2c9d
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the <emphasis>libpng</emphasis> library, thatwhich allows loading, interpreting and saving images in the PNG format.
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These programs have a <literal>-v</literal> option, that lists much more detailed (but usually not necessary) information. Finally, the <command>lsdev</command> command (in the <emphasis role="pkg">procinfo</emphasis> package) lists communication resources used by devices.
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There are many filesystem formats, corresponding to many ways of physically storing data on disks. The most widely known are <emphasis>ext2</emphasis>, <emphasis>ext3</emphasis> and <emphasis>ext4</emphasis>, but others exist. For instance, <emphasis>vfat</emphasis> is the system that was historically used by DOS and Windows operating systems, which allows using hard disks under Debian as well as under Windows. In any case, a filesystem must be prepared on a disk before it can be mounted and this operation is known as “formatting”. Commands such as <command>mkfs.ext3</command> (where <command>mkfs</command> stands for <emphasis>MaKe FileSystem</emphasis>) handle formatting. These commands require, as a parameter, a device file representing the partition to be formatted (for instance, <filename>/dev/sda1</filename>). This operation is destructive and should only be run once, except if one deliberately wishes to wipe a filesystem and start afresh.
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UEFI is a relatively recent development. Most new computers will support UEFI bootingMost new computers will boot in UEFI mode by default, but usually they also support BIOS booting alongside for backwards compatibility with operating systems that are not ready to exploit UEFI.
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Total 186 5,909 44,686
Translated 81% 152 5,111 36,593
Needs editing 17% 33 743 7,670
Failing checks 23% 44 944 9,574

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