The entire October 2002 issue of Linux Productivity Magazine is
devoted to LyX, a book authoring and typesetting product that also
happens to be GPL licensed and runs on Linux.
This issue of Linux Productivity Magazine details everything
needed to write a professionally typeset book in LyX. Included are
installation, configuration, distinctions between LyX and LaTeX,
creating your own styles (both environments and a method of color
based character styles), documentation resources, learning by
reverse engineering, fancy headers, and modifying existing LaTeX
commands and environments without modifying the original file.
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