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Indented chapter01 except changelog.xml.
Renamed administrativa.xml to resources.xml.
Standarized the ID values.

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    11<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
    2 <!DOCTYPE sect1 PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.4//EN" "http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/xml/4.4/docbookx.dtd" [
     2<!DOCTYPE sect1 PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.4//EN"
     3  "http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/xml/4.4/docbookx.dtd" [
    34  <!ENTITY % general-entities SYSTEM "../general.ent">
    45  %general-entities;
    56]>
    6 <sect1 id="prepare-livecd">
    7 <title>About the Included CD</title>
    8 <?dbhtml filename="livecd.html"?>
    97
    10 <para>For your convenience, we have included a CD with this book that
    11 contains the source packages needed for creating a Linux From Scratch
    12 system.  The CD is bootable and provides a stable working environment
    13 for building LFS.  This book refers to this system as the
    14 <quote>host system.</quote>  The CD images are actively maintained and
    15 updated versions can be found at
    16 <ulink url="ftp://ftp.lfs-matrix.net/pub/lfs-livecd/"/></para>
     8<sect1 id="ch-intro-livecd">
     9  <?dbhtml filename="livecd.html"?>
    1710
    18 <para>In addition to the tools required to build LFS, the host system
    19 on the CD has a number of other helpful tools installed:</para>
     11  <title>About the Included CD</title>
    2012
    21 <itemizedlist>
    22         <listitem><para>An HTML version of this book</para></listitem>
    23         <listitem><para>The X Window System Environment</para></listitem>
    24         <listitem>
    25                 <para>Web Tools</para>
    26                 <itemizedlist>
    27                         <listitem><para>Wget (command line file retriever)</para></listitem>
    28                         <listitem><para>Lynx (text web browser)</para></listitem>
    29                         <listitem><para>Irssi (console IRC client)</para></listitem>
    30                         <listitem><para>Firefox (graphical web browser)</para></listitem>
    31                         <listitem><para>Xchat (X-based IRC client)</para></listitem>
    32                 </itemizedlist>
    33         </listitem>
     13  <para>For your convenience, we have included a CD with this book that
     14  contains the source packages needed for creating a Linux From Scratch
     15  system.  The CD is bootable and provides a stable working environment
     16  for building LFS.  This book refers to this system as the
     17  <quote>host system.</quote>  The CD images are actively maintained and
     18  updated versions can be found at
     19  <ulink url="ftp://ftp.lfs-matrix.net/pub/lfs-livecd/"/></para>
    3420
    35         <listitem>
    36                 <para>Text Editors</para>
    37                 <itemizedlist>
    38                         <listitem><para>Vim</para></listitem>
    39                         <listitem><para>Nano</para></listitem>
    40                 </itemizedlist>
    41         </listitem>
     21  <para>In addition to the tools required to build LFS, the host system
     22  on the CD has a number of other helpful tools installed:</para>
    4223
    43         <listitem>
    44                 <para>Network Tools</para>
    45                 <itemizedlist>
    46                 <listitem><para>SSH Server and Client</para></listitem>
    47                 <listitem><para>NFS Server and Client</para></listitem>
    48                 <listitem><para>Smbmount (mount.cifs) for Windows shares</para></listitem>
    49                 <listitem><para>Subversion</para></listitem>
    50                 <listitem><para>Dhcpcd (DHCP client)</para></listitem>
    51         </itemizedlist>
    52         </listitem>
     24  <itemizedlist>
    5325
    54         <listitem>
    55                 <para>Filesystem Programs</para>
    56                 <itemizedlist>
    57                         <listitem><para>Reiserfsprogs</para></listitem>
    58                         <listitem><para>Xfsprogs</para></listitem>
    59                 </itemizedlist>
    60         </listitem>
     26    <listitem>
     27      <para>An HTML version of this book</para>
     28    </listitem>
    6129
    62         <listitem><para>nALFS - A tool for automating LFS builds</para></listitem>
    63 </itemizedlist>
     30    <listitem>
     31      <para>The X Window System Environment</para>
     32    </listitem>
     33
     34    <listitem>
     35      <para>Web Tools</para>
     36      <itemizedlist>
     37        <listitem>
     38          <para>Wget (command line file retriever)</para>
     39        </listitem>
     40        <listitem>
     41          <para>Lynx (text web browser)</para>
     42        </listitem>
     43        <listitem>
     44          <para>Irssi (console IRC client)</para>
     45        </listitem>
     46        <listitem>
     47          <para>Firefox (graphical web browser)</para>
     48        </listitem>
     49        <listitem>
     50          <para>Xchat (X-based IRC client)</para>
     51        </listitem>
     52      </itemizedlist>
     53    </listitem>
     54
     55    <listitem>
     56      <para>Text Editors</para>
     57      <itemizedlist>
     58        <listitem>
     59          <para>Vim</para>
     60        </listitem>
     61        <listitem>
     62          <para>Nano</para>
     63        </listitem>
     64      </itemizedlist>
     65    </listitem>
     66
     67    <listitem>
     68      <para>Network Tools</para>
     69      <itemizedlist>
     70        <listitem>
     71          <para>SSH Server and Client</para>
     72        </listitem>
     73        <listitem>
     74          <para>NFS Server and Client</para>
     75        </listitem>
     76        <listitem>
     77          <para>Smbmount (mount.cifs) for Windows shares</para>
     78        </listitem>
     79        <listitem>
     80          <para>Subversion</para>
     81        </listitem>
     82        <listitem>
     83          <para>Dhcpcd (DHCP client)</para>
     84        </listitem>
     85      </itemizedlist>
     86    </listitem>
     87
     88    <listitem>
     89      <para>Filesystem Programs</para>
     90      <itemizedlist>
     91        <listitem>
     92          <para>Reiserfsprogs</para>
     93        </listitem>
     94        <listitem>
     95          <para>Xfsprogs</para>
     96        </listitem>
     97      </itemizedlist>
     98    </listitem>
     99
     100    <listitem>
     101      <para>nALFS - A tool for automating LFS builds</para>
     102    </listitem>
     103
     104  </itemizedlist>
    64105
    65106</sect1>
    66 
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