Debian Linux

e-books in Debian Linux category

The Debian Administrator's HandbookThe Debian Administrator's Handbook
by Raphael Hertzog, Roland Mas - , 2012
Written by Debian developers, this is a fantastic resource for all users of a Debian-based distribution. Accessible to all, the book teaches the essentials to anyone who wants to become an effective and independent Debian GNU/Linux administrator.
Sidux: Unofficial User GuideSidux: Unofficial User Guide
by Pawel - Wikibooks , 2010
The book will show you how to install Debian unstable 'sid' in a quick and painless way using Sidux LiveCD, its basic configuration and the useful applications. You can use most of the commands shown here with all operating systems based on Debian.

GNU/Linux BasicGNU/Linux Basic
by J.L. Sanchez-Montanes, S.B. Ramos, R.B. Vinas, F.A. Llinas - FTA , 2010
The aim of this book is to initiate you into the world of GNU/Linux. the text covers the basics of the free software, how to use and modify GNU/Linux to suit your needs, and how to find your way in this new world more easily.
Debian GNU/Linux System Administrator's ManualDebian GNU/Linux System Administrator's Manual
by Ardo van Rangelrooij , 2008
The purpose of this manual is to help you to administer a Debian GNU/Linux system. It is intended to help you learn the basics of administration, and to build on that to get the best out of your machine for yourself and your users.
Learning Debian GNU/LinuxLearning Debian GNU/Linux
by Bill McCarty - O'Reilly , 1999
Topics covered: Installing Debian Linux and the GNU suite, X windowing system, performing critical administration and management tasks, setting up LAN, setting up the Apache Web server, and using the Debian package-management utilities.
Debian GNU/Linux Desktop Survival GuideDebian GNU/Linux Desktop Survival Guide
by Graham Williams - , 2006
This book will get you up to speed with GNU/Linux and deliver a fun and productive environment. It guides you through the different regions of a GNU/Linux system with a focus on getting your desktop environment to do what you want it to do.