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Lilypond User Guide By GNU GNU
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User guide for the GNU musical notation program Lilypond
Lilypond User Guide By GNU GNU
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User guide for the GNU musical notation program Lilypond
Lilypond 2.12 User Manual By GNU Lilypond
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This is a hard copy of the freely available user manual for Lilypond 2.12. This is printed by the Shaffer Music Library as a courtesy to the Lilypond community.
Lilypond 2.12 User Manual By GNU Lilypond
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This is a hard copy of the freely available user manual for Lilypond 2.12. This is printed by the Shaffer Music Library as a courtesy to the Lilypond community.
GNU Coreutils By David MacKenzie
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This manual documents version 8.7 of the GNU Core Utilities, including the standard programs for text and file manipulation.
Audacity Manual By GNU General Public License
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Audacity is Digital Audio Workstation software freely distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL), version 2. Source code to Audacity is always available
GNU Readline Library By Chet Ramey, Brian Fox
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This manual describes the GNU Readline Library (version 6.1, 9 October 2009), a library which aids in the consistency of user interface across discrete programs which provide a command line interface.
GNU Emacs Manual By Richard Stallman
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This manual documents the use and simple customization of the Emacs editor.
Introduction to GNU Octave By Jason Lachniet
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A brief introduction to scientific computing with GNU Octave. Designed as a textbook supplement for freshman and sophomore level linear algebra and calculus students.
GNU Screen User's Manual By Wayne Davison, Juergen Weigert, Michael Schroeder
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screen is a virtual terminal manager, which provides the UNIX and Linux console user with the ability to have multiple windows no matter where he or she might be. screen also allows detached... More > operations, where a terminal session can be put in the background and picked up later from another location. This book is an updated copy of the Screen User's Guide as included with GNU Screen 4.0.3 in current development.< Less