1. About this Guide

1.1. Purpose / Scope of this Guide

This guide is aimed at developers for the Repairlix distribution. It covers the basic philosophy of Repairlix, how that philosophy relates to the DropIn modules Repairlix uses, and the design and implementation of those DropIns.

1.2. Feedback

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1.3. Copyrights and Trademarks

This document is copyrighted 2001 Cory Dodt and is distributed under the terms of the Linux Documentation Project (LDP) license, stated below.

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1.4. Acknowledgements and Thanks

None at this time.