The Debian System is not the only Debian book available. An incomplete list of books about Debian can be found on the Debian webpage. The following are the texts which apply to the current release of Debian. If you think I am missing a book, please let me know. Please remember that I only list texts which have been published and which are relevant to the current Debian stable release.
Frank Ronneburg publishes an online user's handbook on Debian GNU/Linux in German under a Creative Commons licence. The book is an introduction to Debian GNU/Linux for beginning to intermediate Linux users. The goal is for the user to be able to install a complete system in a network environment, which is then to be used for the daily tasks.
Debian GNU/Linux (Cahiers de l'Admin)
Written by Debian developer Raphaël Hertzog, this is the first French book about Debian which covers all aspects of the administration of Debian from the installation to the configuration of networks services. This book can be of interest to many people: the beginner wishing to discover Debian, the advanced user looking for tips to enhance his mastership of the Debian tools and the administrator who wants to build a reliable network with Debian. It comes with the release candidate 1 of Debian sarge on CD.
Written in Japanese, this book is dictionary style and includes various tips for beginners and intermediate users: installation in various ways, desktop customisation, troubleshooting, profitable know-how, etc...
Debian GNU/Linux Desktop Survival Guide
The aim of this freely available, up-to-date, English book is to get you up to speed with Debian (including both the current stable release and the current unstable distribution). It is comprehensive with basic support for the user who installs and maintains the system themselves (whether in the home, office, club, or school).
Debian GNU/Linux 3.1 Bible
Written by three active developers, this book boasts beginning-to-advanced coverage of Debian GNU/Linux and touches on Debian-specific management issues as well as topics relevant to the end-user of a system.
Last modified 2005-08-23 01:11