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Old 12-24-2008, 07:06 PM   #1
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Hello, everybody! I am a newer of LINUX, a guy interested in LINUX now. Because my work is embed system software engineer, I want to get some marterial about linux. Is there any train reference about linux?
Version of linux lower, better. Yeah, right, I want to study linux code.
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If you want to start off in the deep end, check out Gentoo, Slackware, and Debian. Information on almost all distributions can be found at

Books to read: the Linux Bible (find online), LFS (Linux From Scratch) will help you understand how a system is constructed. Another good one is the Slackbook, which you will have on download of the Slackware iso images. Other than that, use google.



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