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Distribution makers gather all the components needed to make a working Linux system. These software sets, that together bring you a working Linux system, are known as distributions, and are available on the Net and on CDROM. Here's a selection of the documentation the distribution makers produce to help people start out with Linux.
Install guide for SUSE ( via ftp )
Install guide for SUSE ( via web )
Install guide for Pentium optimised Linux version based on Redhat and KDE. It won awards at the recent Linuxworld convention.
RedHat "getting started guide"
RedHat Install Guide
Install FAQ for RedHat. Includes answers to issues like "How much room does Red Hat Linux use?" and "How can I get Red Hat Linux?", as well as more technical issues.
Guide to installing the Free Software Foundations Debian Linux on Intel based machines.
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