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The Debian System -- Concepts and Techniques The Debian System -- Concepts and Techniques
Martin F. Krafft Open Source Press / No Starch Press ISBN 3-937514-07-4 / 1-593270-69-0
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The following is a list of people who have helped make this book possible. Much of my gratitude goes to every single one of them. If you feel like you should be on this list as well, please forgive me for forgetting you and drop me a line.

Main proof-readers

  • Hanspeter Kunz
  • Davor Ocelic
  • Ian Travis
  • Franz Mayer

Secondary proof-readers

  • Gerfried Fuchs
  • Don Armstrong
  • Lorrin Nelson
  • Martin Michlmayr
  • Sean Finney
  • Stephan Beal

Content advisors

  • Goswin von Brederlow
  • Jeroen van Wolffelaar
  • Thomas Hood
  • Marco d'Itri
  • Joey Hess
  • Roland Mas
  • Frans Pop
  • Christian Perrier
  • Andres Salomon
  • Martin Michlmayr
  • Joshua M. Kwan
  • Colin Watson
  • Adeodato Simo
  • Manoj Srivastava
  • Branden Robinson
  • Steve Langasek
  • Andreas Barth
  • Peter Palfrader
  • Jaldhar Harshad Vyas
  • Wouter Verhelst
  • Javier Candeira
  • Thiemo Seufert
  • Matt Taggart
  • Junichi Uekawa
  • Thomas Lange
  • Peter Grandi
  • Matthias Klose
  • Norbert Tretkowski
  • Piotr Roszatycki
  • Gerfried Fuchs
  • Karsten M. Self
  • Lars Wirzenius
  • Helen Faulkner
  • Benjamin Mako Hill
  • Klaus Knopper
  • Pierre Morel
  • Warren Woodford
  • David Kammerer
  • Dirk Eddenbuettel
  • Many other regulars of the #debian-devel/irc.freenode.org IRC channel
  • The NetBSD team
  • The Gentoo developers
  • Raphaël Hertzog
  • Roland Mas
  • Kenshi Muto
  • Junichi Uekawa

Translators

  • Ute Hertzog (German)
  • Raphaël Hertzog and Roland Mas (French)
  • Kenshi Muto and Junichi Uekawa (Japanese)

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Last modified 2007-07-03 21:32
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Abhijeet Chavan, Urban Insight, Inc.: I liked Krafft's precise, straight-to-the-point writing style. He makes basic as well as advanced topics readable without coming across as either condescending or cryptic. The terse footnotes are useful and supplement the text with interesting tips and resources. This is a technical book for sure, without fluff or off-topic detours, and it's packed with information. Still, Krafft manages to impart a personal feel by sharing his observations and balanced opinions. He delivers frank assessments of the strengths, weaknesses and eccentricities of a Debian system. In fact, the book even includes an appendix on how to decide if Debian is the right GNU/Linux distribution for you.

 
 

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