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Re: Debian insides...

On Wed, 26 Nov 1997, jd? wrote:

> Anyhow, i was wondering if there was any documentation on the
> architecture/internals of debian??  Such as memory management and the

Debian doesn't really have internals,  unless you want to know about dpkg.
Assuming you mean the linux kernel and it's associated stuff,  there's a
decent book out called "Linux Kernel Internals"  published by
addison-wesley in 1996.  It explains a lot of things in great detail.
Keep in mind,  though,  that the linux kernel is a VERY fast-moving
target,  so that some of the specifics in the book might be out of date.


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