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Re: Any how-to guides out there?

From: Robin Bowes <robin-lists_at_robinbowes.com>
Date: 2005-05-27 15:02:03 CEST

Mark Bohlman wrote:

> I strongly urge you to read (and buy) the book. It is a good
> investment, a nicely written book, and tells you everything you need
> to know for setting up, along with insight into how it all fits together.


I have the book (well, I downloaded the .pdf and printed it).

> What you are attempting to do really demands this level of
> understanding. A three-day weekend is sufficient to read, understand
> and implement, and hey, here in the US you have that starting tomorrow
> (hopefully).

I was hoping to cut that down to a few hours :)

I pretty much understand the concepts of all the constituent parts, and
have already started looking at how to set this up. Sometimes I like to
work through a step-by-step example as a way of learning.

> Note that an updated version of the manual is going to be available
> very shortly, so keep an eye out for that as well. There is an online
> version if you really don't want to buy the book, but I plug it for
> the authors as I feel they did a great job.

Any idea when?


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