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A Comprehensive Guide to FreeBSD

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A Comprehensive Guide to FreeBSD

Publisher: VMUNIX
Number of pages: 553

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This book is written for the new user and new system administrator of FreeBSD. It should help those who have no real UNIX background easily get started using FreeBSD. FreeBSD has the power and the flexibility required to meet even the most demanding situations, however, it requires more of an administrative approach than most over-the-counter operating systems.

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