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Re: Recommendation for best Linux book

"David B.Teague" wrote:

> On Mon, 26 Apr 1999, Cliff Draper wrote:
> > I'm looking for a good intro/intermediate Linux book for a friend.
> > Any recommendations?  Is the O'Reilly book any good?
> >  cliffwd@forte.com
> Cliff, 
> Linux press has a book that does a lot of what you are asking.  It
> is written by Dale Scheetz, who is a Debian developer.  It comes
> with 4 Debian 2.1 CDs It is much more than just an installation
> book, it deals with issues that anyone using Linux should be
> familiar with. 
> The best part: you can down load an electronic copy for free, at
> www.linuxpress.com.

Since the license allows electronic redistribution, it could go
into non-free.  I wonder why it hasn't been packaged yet.  Dale?

I'd do it, but it seems silly if the author can but chooses not to.

Peter Galbraith <psg@debian.org>

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