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Book review: Official Damn Small Linux Book

John Andrews is the creator of this amazing little “distro”. I always appreciate when a developer takes the time to contribute as an author to their own project: it adds a certain air of formality for those of us who recommend these tools to management
Read the review here

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Pros
This book will start you thinking about new projects. It will show you new tricks for old hardware. I loved the section on dismantling an old laptop to create a digital picture frame. It’s written clearly and sounds like the author had fun while doing it.

Cons
Obviously, the book is all about Damn Small Linux. While you might learn something new about live CDs or GNU/Linux in general, that is not what this book is about. This focus is certainly appropriate, just know what it is that you’re getting – a great book on DSL.

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