Slackware Linux Essentials
Segunda Edi¸c˜aoPublica¸c˜ao: Maio 2005isbn: 1-57176-338-4
Slackware Linux Essentials, Second Edition
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Editors, Second Edition:
Murray Stokely and FuKang Chen.
Authors, First Edition:
Chris Lumens, David Cantrell, and Logan Johnson.
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