A few weeks after the electronic version, I’m pleased to announce that the paperback version has also been updated for Debian 10 Buster. You can get it on lulu.com as usual.
(Norwegian Bokmål translation at the end)
I’m pleased to announce that the Norwegian translation team lead by Petter Reinholdtsen completed the translation of the Debian Administrator’s Handbook (Jessie version). They even did everything required to publish a paperback version of the book.
We all hope you will enjoy the book, and spread the word about this new translation. The translators did a tremendous job, they deserve a bit of publicity.
BTW, there’s a 25% discount for the launch of this new paperback, it’s only valid until August 8th so hurry up!
Skaff deg bokmålsutgaven av Håndbok for Debian-administratoren
Jeg er glad for å kunne annonsere at bokmålsoversetterne, ledet av Petter Reinholdtsen, har fullført oversettelsen av Håndbok for Debian-administratoren (Jessie-utgaven). De har til og med gjort alt som kreves for å gi ut en paperback-utgave av boken.
Vi håper alle at du vil ha glede av denne boken, og spre ordet om denne nye oversettelsen. Oversetterne har fullført en stor jobb, og fortjener at arbeidet blir kjent.
Forresten, det er 25% rabatt i forbindelse med lanseringen av denne paperback-utgaven. Rabatten er tilgjengelig frem til 8. august, så skynd deg!
The paperback’s usual price is €44.90, but we decided to make a special deal for the launch. You can get it with a 10% discount until May 18th. Hurry up and get it from Lulu.com.
The ebook is available for immediate download on the book’s website. There’s the PDF file corresponding to the printed book but also an EPUB version suitable for smartphones and ebook readers. You can also find a Mobipocket version for Kindle and other ebook readers that do not support EPUB (the open standard).
And of course, you can read it online.
Since the book is released under a set of free licenses (GPL-2+ / CC-BY-SA 3.0), it’s already available in Debian Unstable, just
apt-get install debian-handbook. There’s also a git repository (
git clone git://anonscm.debian.org/debian-handbook/debian-handbook.git) if you want to contribute.
We hope that you will enjoy the book and we’re eagerly awaiting your feedback (but don’t expect quick replies, I’m going to take a much needed one-week vacation).