ay986 at chebucto.ns.ca
Wed Mar 12 09:46:36 AST 2003
On Tue, Mar 11, 2003 at 08:47:31PM -0400, Matt Parker wrote:
> I guess I am looking for a book (downloadable etc) that lists all line
> commands and explanations (only that if possible)? Does one exist?
> Tim Goodaire wrote:
> >Slightly out of date, but it should do the trick:
> >On March 11, 2003 11:52 am, Ben Armstrong wrote:
> >>On Tue, Mar 11, 2003 at 02:30:39AM -0400, Matt Parker wrote:
> >>>Is there a good (beginner) and free (yes I am cheap) debian user command
> >>>book/docs I can print?
> >>Dunno. Have you tried www.debian.org -> Debian Books?
Also from www.debian.org check the DDP (Debian Documentation Project)
Osamu Aoki's "Debian Reference" may be what you are looking for (but
check the other offerings [for books] as well).
If you have debian installed already, debian-reference is available as a
package. The quick-reference version is worth having too.
# apt-get install debian-reference-en quick-reference-en
(assumes you want an english version - it is available in several
It needed some grammar corrections last time I looked. :)
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