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Re: books on debian

On (28/05/04 10:15), Iain Mac Donald wrote:
> On Fri, 2004-05-28 at 02:12, dircha wrote:
> > Fernando Cardenas wrote:
> > > I am still new to linux, can somebody suggest me books on debian? 
> > > Thanks.
> > 
> > Have you checked the Debian Documentation page [1] yet?
> > 
> > There are very few Debian-specific books - and I know of none more 
> > useful than what is already available electronically.
> There is one published by Hungry Minds called Linux Bible (Debian
> Version). I have not used it but do have the Generic Linux (Red
> Hat/Suse/Mandrake based) and it was quite a good intro.
> Available online is Dwarfs Debian, by Dale Scheetz, which is good and
> the Debian Reference by Osamu Aoki at http://qref.sourceforge.net
> Non-debian specific but also good is the Linux Network Administrator
> Guide and The Linux System Administrators Guide both of which I (think)
> came from www.tldp.org
> Enjoy.
> Iain.
Also, have a look at Rute User's Tutorial & Exposition - great in depth
intro to Linux and on your system you'll find the Linuxcookbook - if
apt-get install linuxcookbook



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