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if you had only one book...

   From: Ronald Mourant <mourant at>

   Have you tried the Linux documentation project?  You can ftp to and at pub/Linux/docs/linus-doc-project there are
   several books that are very helpful.

I didn't see any computer-readable complete sets of manual pages


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