Slackware Linux Essentails, 2nd Edition
by D. Cantrell, L. Johnson, A. Hicks, C. Lumens
Publisher: FreeBSD Mall 2005
Number of pages: 284
The Slackware Linux operating system is a powerful platform for Intel-based computers. It is designed to be stable, secure, and functional as both a high-end server and powerful workstation. This Book in designed to get you started with Slackware Linux operating system. It`s not meant to cover every single aspect of the distribution, but rather to show what it is capable of and give you a basic working knowledge of the system.
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