> The idea is that I can print relevant sections out
> and have them for reference as I'm learning Linux
> right now. I've looked at the LDP but anything
> there seems to be online web pages.
AFAIK, the LDP site also has the various docs in
downloadable formats for off-line reading - most of
them are available as tarred-and-gzipped html along
with dvi and postscript which might be more printer
The various "Guides" (System Admin guide, Network
Admin guide etc.) are well written and give a good
overall picture, in contrast to the HOWTOS that are
of their nature very specific.
For documents which aren't available as one down-
loadable file, the "wget" utility is very useful
for retrieving a set of linked html pages as a
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