The main OSX Server page is a little weird, like Apple messed something up. There are three documents referenced on that page, all saying pdf versions, but the advanced server admin guide is the only web-based document there. The other two are pdfs. I submitted a website comment asking about this. The referenced page looks like they copied the developer's on-line guide instead of a user's guide. We'll see if they change it.
On Jul 23, 2011, at 10:57 AM, Lawrence Charters wrote:
> Several people have pointed out that there is an icon in the upper right
> corner that allows you to "print" the documentation to a PDF and then use it
> with an iPad. I was looking for a PDF icon, and didn't notice the gray-on-gray
> print icon.
> So I'm happy. But Apple really should have a PDF...
> -- Lawrence
> On 7/23/11 11:27 , Matthew Smith wrote:
>> I've read a lot of things online about the iPad app "Goodreader" which lets you read offline content. So, if you don't find a PDF of the documentation, you could probably save the site's contents in a zip file, transfer it to the iPad with Goodreader, and read it like that.
>> On Jul 22, 2011, at 7:52 AM, Lawrence Charters wrote:
>>> Does anyone know if this documentation,
>>> is available as a PDF or some other offline form?
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