TechBookReport finds it a useful resource for those looking to get the most out of Damn Small Linux
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The book scores highly on technical content, and there's no faulting the sheer range of material that's covered. The writing is clear and easy to follow and there are no great assumptions made as to the depth of Linux knowledge the reader already has (in other words it's not pitched at guru level). For those who want to do more than just boot a DSL Live CD, or who really want to hack the system to give them something that's tailored precisely to their needs, then this is a great resource to learn from.