Re: Any good Debian books?
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Try to look in debian's home page.
> I am searching for a good Debian Linux book.
> Does one exist? I tried meta keyword searches as above and
> didn't come up with anything specific to Debian.
> I have "Using Linux" published by QUE - Slackware
> and "Linux Unleashed" published by Sams - Redhat5.1, OpenLinux and Caldera.
> Anything for Debian?
> I've still got some hurtles to overcome.
> Read my CD ROM. Dial my ISP. You know the basics.
> MAN pages are good, but I would like a good book.
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I have "The Debian Linus User's Guide" from Linux Press. I picked it up at Borders. It's fairly basic, covering the info that you could get from the website, but in more detail. I would rate it as a good beginner's level book.
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