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- Subject: Re: Documentation
- From: Steve Casmar <email@example.com>
- Date: 29 Jun 96 16:02:57 EDT
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On Tue, 25 Jun 1996, Eli G Hunt wrote: > Does anyone have or know of any paper copy documentation about setting up > Linux, and maintaining it? Maybe even a hard copy of the Howto's or the > Man files? Please respond if you do, thanks. >>Go to Laser V or PlatHome in Akihabara and pick up a copy of the Linux >>Bible. I just got this little ditty hope it is of some use. Steve Casmar ********************************************************** Dear Yggdrasil Customer: This is an advance announcement of The Linux Bible, 4th Edition for our existing customers. On July 1, the 1886 page fourth edition of _The Linux Bible_ will become the largest Linux book ever published. The book also includes a CD. The increased size comes from forty-five new "mini-HOWTO" guides (which are not currently published in any other Linux book), many new and updated "HOWTO" guides, and updates to the Linux Documentation Project "books." If you would like to see a detailed table of contents, please send an empty email message to "firstname.lastname@example.org" or visit the Fourth Edition's web page at http://www.yggdrasil.com/Products/bible4.html. The fourth edition is still $39.95 (+$5 per order shipping and handling), just like the the first three editions. However, we do have a bonus for you to reward your loyalty and encourage you to stay on this mailing list. Order before July 15 and get a free "unofficial Red Hat 3.0.3" CD in addition to the CD in The Linux Bible. The unofficial CD is the Red Hat 3.0.3 release minus the MetroX server, minus the disk images (you cannot install from a notebook with this CD) and minus the live filesystem demo, technical suport is sold separately. If you who want to be the first to have a "hot off the press" copy of the Fourth Edition, please call toll free 1-800-261-6630 or 1-408-261-6630, or use the order form on our web page (http://www.yggdrasil.com) or send email to email@example.com You must mention this offer to get the free CD. Enjoy! Adam J. Richter Yggdrasil Computing, Incorporated (408) 261-6630 "Free Software For The Rest of Us."
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