Re: Debain admin book? - deb parts
i think from a big over-view part...
debian-specific stuff are..
file-system of where files are kept ...
debian or debianized config files
debian-ized kernels ...
( which modules are used, which are not.. )
compared to the 4,000 or some-odd apps and pacakages
seems the "debian admin" part is the initial installing
and configuring your deb box w/ deselect and "apt-get install"
On Tue, 2 Apr 2002, Shawn McMahon wrote:
> begin quoting what Grant Edwards said on Mon, Apr 01, 2002 at 10:13:52PM -0600:
> > Solaris and IRIX systems. All he wants is documentation on
> > stuff that's unique to Debian.
> That'd be a pamphlet. Linux is pretty much Linux, the Debian-specific
> parts are few.
> I agree that a document would be helpful, but I don't know that it
> would be a book.
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