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Old 11-25-2006, 07:13 PM   #1
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Books on Debian

What are some good books on Debian for a beginner to intermediate level individual?

What are some good books on Debian for an intermediate to advanced level individual?

Books or online/downloadable tutorials or web-books would be welcome as well.

Thankx for your attention!
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There is only one Debian specific book you need, The Debian System by Martin F Krafft.

That addresses all the unique things about Debian. Anything else you need can be gotten from one of the standard texts like Running Linux.
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Debian -- Documentation

Anything you really need for Debian can be downloaded.

"Debian GNU/Linux Reference Card
The 101 most important things when using Debian GNU/Linux"

Debian GNU/Linux Desktop Survival Guide

"Rute User's Tutorial and Exposition"

The above should be more than enough reading to cover pretty much anything you need to know in order to run Debian GNU/Linux, or any other distro for that matter.

If you really must have hardcopy, I would suggest The Debian Bible and Rute, both can be bought at Amazon.

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