Please define 'Optional'.
So I decided I was going to try the 'Linux the hard way' pilgrimage again. Of course, in terrific confidence-inducing fashion, the Errata page of the LFS book points to a broken link.
So I figured I'd be a good boy and report it. Somehow, these guys have Trac embedded in a wiki, which is weird, but whatever. It's not like Discobugtracker.
Well, mostly not like discobugtracker.
And, natch, even after registering, can't find the 'Enter a damned ticket' button. I'll be fucked if I'm posting to a mailing list, so yuuuuuuup. The Errata Errata shall go unheeded.
Have you tried escaping frames? Surely the Trac is just an embedded iFrame?
Should have included more keywords in the post, maybe you could've siren'd them in.
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Trac includes a wiki, so you can have your documentation, source browsing and bug tracker all in one place. It's almost like github had been invented 15 years ago.