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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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Feedback This is probably the best book about Debian ever written, but it has a specific target audience: those who are already familiar with GNU/Linux, or at least other unices. [...] Martin F. Krafft explains [Debian GNU/Linux] with clarity in a thorough and very well written book. [...] For those with already a basic understanding of GNU/Linux and interested in debian Kraffts book will be THE indispensable companion. [...] This is definitely the best written and most intelligent IT book I have ever read.


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