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Instructions on creating custom, bootable OpenBSD CD-ROM images.
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Random Site Quote: Steve Shockley's page
"It's been a while since I've gone and fucked things up, just like I always do." Note: I've moved all the stuff about mirroring the files to since it seems most people get here because they're searching for how to make a bootable disc for a bunch of different OSs. Okay, we've got the snapshot.

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Provides the pgrep and pkill commands, which, respectively, scan for and send signals to processes that are matched by command line options.
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Random Site Quote: Get proctools at SourceForge.net. Fast, secure and free downloads from the largest Open Source applications and software directory. proctools provides the pgrep and pkill commands, which, respectively, scan for and send signals to processes that are matched by command line options. This is vaguely similar to the killall command from Linux's psmisc package, but has many more features
proctools provides the pgrep and pkill commands, which, respectively, scan for and send signals to processes that are matched by command line options. This is vaguely similar to the killall command from Linux's psmisc package, but has many more features Project UNIX name : proctools Registered

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Configuration information for setting up OpenBSD in the university resnet environment.
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Random Site Quote: Configuring OpenBSD for ResNet* Note: This documentaton assumes you have a working ethernet card that is supported by your kernel. Before your computer will connect to the campus network through your Ethernet connection, you must register your NIC's hardware address with ResNet. Information on
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Configuring OpenBSD to work as a router for IPv6 networks.
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Random Site Quote: My 6bone router using OpenBSD Jan Jungnickel did a translation of this page to Deutch (German), see to see what this looks like in German. I am using OpenBSD 2.9-RELEASE (was using 2.7 and 2.8 with the same config) on an i386 Pro 420 CDT laptop) with a 3com PCMCIA ethernet card and a Hayes
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A walkthrough of the process to recompile your OpenBSD kernel to achieve optimum performance.
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Random Site Quote: How to recompile an OpenBSD kernel
and improved our search! Search for all things LAMP across O'Reilly! OpenBSD Kernel Compilation and Optimization As a completely open source system, OpenBSD benefits from the innate ability to be totally recompiled from scratch. This, of course, also includes the ability to rebuild the kernel,

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Short article discussing how to install, configure, secure, and automate network services.
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Random Site Quote: Learn how to configure the basic network services for a Mail and Web Server.
and improved our search! Search for all things LAMP across O'Reilly! Operating Network Services Under OpenBSD OpenBSD is first and foremost a secure server operating system, the key function of which is to provide encrypted, code-audited, and stable network services. After basic network

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