Re: Recommended Debian book?
17 July 2005 Glenn English wrote:
> The new book by Martin Krafft -- "The Debian System" is exactly the one
> I'd been looking for. It's an excellent discussion of sarge (3.1), and
> it's full of useful information: theory, philosophy, HOWTO, and why.
> Downsides: there are typos; it's expensive (~$45); and (AFAIK) the only
> way to get it is to order it from Europe -- 15 Euros and a couple weeks
> shipping. Easily worth it all, though, to me.
A very good hint! It is possible to download chapter 4 from
> And the best thing about it is that when it's lying open by the
> keyboard, the book doesn't try to close itself -- the pages lie flat.
I wonder how you can already have a copy of it, as the website
states, that it will be released in September.
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