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The FreeBSD Diary is a collection of step-by-step how-to entries aimed at UNIX novices.
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Random Site Quote: The FreeBSD Diary is a collection of how-to guides for FreeBSD operating system
Providing practical examples since 1998 Like the website? Want to give back? Please visit my The FreeBSD Diary has been providing practical examples since 1998. The preference here is FreeBSD, a solid and reliable UNIX-like operating system. We think documentation is great. We think working

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A site containing FreeBSD how-to guides, articles, and forums.
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Random Site Quote: BSDZone is a FreeBSD related site containing how-to guides, and articles.

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Articles point users in the proper direction to learn more about FreeBSD and gain confidence on how easy programs are to install and set up.
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Random Site Quote: FreeBSD Help - Defcon1is a collection of how-to guides for FreeBSD operating system
FreeBSD® is an advanced operating system for x86 compatible (including Pentium® and Athlon™), amd64 compatible (including Opteron™, Athlon™64, and EM64T), UltraSPARC®, IA-64, PC-98 and ARM architectures. It is derived from BSD, the version of UNIX® developed at the

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Step by step, how-to, instructional guide to installing FreeBSD from scratch, for the newbie FreeBSD computer hobbyist.
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Random Site Quote: Up to date Step-by-step Instructional Guide to installing and configuring Freebsd as an gateway server with an private LAN, specifically written for the inexperienced users. A true learning Aid.
Up to date, Step by Step, How-To, Instructional Guide to Installing FreeBSD from scratch, Specifically written with background information covering the why and how the different components are used together to create a home or small enterprise network for the new-be and inexperienced FreeBSD

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Introductory guide to implementing a firewall using OpenBSD.
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Random Site Quote: Veghead's Guide to OpenBSD Firewalls Updated for OpenBSD 4.x and pf If you are thinking of implementing a firewall for your network, you will probably be bombarded by many vendors trying to sell you a variety of off-the-shelf "firewall solutions" for large amounts of money. However, with a small
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A table of common UNIX commands and tasks. Includes links and Unix related news.
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Random Site Quote: A comparative UNIX system administration guide, covering AIX, FreeBSD, HP-UX, LINUX , Solaris & Tru64 commands, tasks, links and news.
By using this site you are agreeing to the Unix System Administration Webring: Solaris Operating System Webring: © 2000 UNIXguide.net, All Rights Reserved. Sample configuration files 60001 & 65534(nobody4) 60002 & 65534(nogroup) kernel vmlinuz-2.4.9-13 single ro root=/dev/hda8

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Programming serial ports in Unix.
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Random Site Quote: Serial Programming Guide for POSIX Operating Systems The SPG-POS is available in three formats: e-Book for $9.99 US through lulu.com for $15.52 US + shipping and handling through lulu.com The SPG-POS is provided under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License . If you would like to
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Growing guide to using zsh.
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Random Site Quote: I have been writing a user's guide to the shell. So far chapters 1, 2, 3, 5 and 6 out of the 7 (plus appendix) have been written. Chapter 1 is just a brief introduction; chapter 2 describes startup files and what to put in them --- as well as some background on shell syntax, so this should be
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