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Configurable search tool for man pages for all versions of FreeBSD.
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Random Site Quote: (1) Skip section navigation (2) Man Page Lookup searches for man pages name and section as given in the selection menu and the query dialog. Apropos Keyword Search searches the database for the string given in the query dialog. There are also several hypertext links provided as short-cuts to
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Documentation for FreeBSD on how to set up all kinds of services and daemons in easy step-by-step documents.
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Random Site Quote: System: DMI decode (last edit: 2008-02-22) Here's how to find out what hardware is in your computer / server/ Or as the tool itself describes: Dmidecode is a tool or dumping a computer's DMI (some say SMBIOS) table contents in a human-readable format. The output contains a description of the
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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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An assortment of links to FreeBSD online web site containing how-t
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Random Site Quote: FreeBSD How-To's for the Lazy and Hopeless
FreeBSD How-To's for the Lazy and Hopeless No heavy theory here folks. If you are using these pages to set up your FreeBSD, you are using the shortcut. This means you are either truly busy or unable to comprehend man pages. Either way, you won't learn too much doing things this way, but...

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A guide which explains in detail, how to make a small installation of FreeBSD on your system, by yourself.
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Random Site Quote: miniBSD - reducing FreeBSD (last - translation by Gustavo Fukao - translation by Ilia Kuliev Note: this guide refers only to FreeBSD 4.x, which is now officially obsolete. David Courtney has created updated versions for FreeBSD 5.x and 6.x: For a long time, I knew one day I would get myself a
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This document describes the steps I took to connect my FreeBSD 3.4R machine to Telstra's Bigpond ADSL Network.
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Random Site Quote: This document describes how to set up a FreeBSD system for connection to Telstra's Bigpond ADSL Network. The information is claimed only to be sufficient—there are bound to be other ways to do it. The information may not be applicable to ISPs other than Telstra (Australia).
FreeBSD on Telstra's Bigpond ADSL Network Paul Hoadley Logic Squad Copyright © 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 Paul Hoadley $Date: 2003/03/31 12:57:49 $ Abstract This document describes how to set up a FreeBSD system for connection to claimed only to be sufficient—there are bound to be other ways

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This is a beginner's guide to the Amd automounter program. It will prepare the user for the regular documentation, which has no tutorial features.
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Random Site Quote: This site is a member of WebRing. An automounter allows the binding of a directory name to a filesystm to be delayed until the name is referenced. This can be advantageous merely to reduce the number of simultaneous mounts, but it can improve system reliability, simplify administration and
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Understandable instructions about how to setup natd under FreeBSD.
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Random Site Quote: How to set up natd - Network Address Translation daemon under FreeBSD.
NAT howtos for FreeBSD from Vasily Kondrashov. It seems that FreeBSD is great OS. FreeBSD box can work as server as well and it is free. I don't think that Windows workstation straight connected to the Internet is good idea (I mean security). Setting up FreeBSD firewall can solve many problems.

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Many useful, professional articles for FreeBSD users. O'reilly Media, ONLamp.com BSD DevCenter.
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Random Site Quote: Dru Lavigne provides practical advice for completing common tasks under FreeBSD.
and improved our search! Search for all things LAMP across O'Reilly! Dru Lavigne provides practical advice for completing common tasks under FreeBSD. Xorg includes several useful utilities and features that almost no one knows about. You can accelerate your display, nest one X server in another,

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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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