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The FreeBSD Handbook

This is an evolving, comprehensive on-line resource for FreeBSD users. Please address comments and contributions to <freebsd-doc@FreeBSD.ORG>.

&i.new; We now offer a Japanese translation of the handbook (EUC encoding).

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

If you have a question, chances are that someone else has the same question. The most common of these have been compiled here in a brief question-answer format.

Tutorials

Here lie assorted documents about FreeBSD and FreeBSD related software and hardware.

Books

Online documentation is useful, but any serious FreeBSD user should consider getting some of the books listed here. Most books that cover BSD systems apply well to FreeBSD.

Manual Pages

The manual pages for Unix Seventh Edition (V7), 2.9.1BSD, 4.3BSD Reno, NET/2, 386BSD 0.1, + FreeBSD 1.0-RELEASE, + FreeBSD 1.1-RELEASE, FreeBSD 1.1.5.1-RELEASE, 4.4BSD Lite2, FreeBSD 2.0-RELEASE, FreeBSD 2.0.5-RELEASE, FreeBSD 2.1.0-RELEASE, FreeBSD 2.1.5-RELEASE, FreeBSD 2.1.6.1-RELEASE, FreeBSD 2.1.7.1-RELEASE, FreeBSD 2.2.1-RELEASE, FreeBSD 3.0-current, NetBSD 1.2, OpenBSD 2.0, and XFree86 3.2; courtesy of Wolfram Schneider.

There is an other script available with the manual pages for FreeBSD 2.0 and XFree86 release 3.1, courtesy of Hinrich Eilts.

4.4BSD Documents

If you like reading BSD manuals online, here is a hypertext version of the 4.4BSD documents from /usr/share/doc, where you would find the documents on a FreeBSD machine (if the doc distribution was installed).

Info Documents

If you like reading FreeBSD Info documents online, here is a hypertext version of the Info documents from /usr/share/info, where you would find the Info documents on a FreeBSD machine (if the info distribution was installed).

The Source Code

If you like digging your fingers into source code, here is a hypertext version of the FreeBSD kernel source. This is brought to you courtesy of Warren Toomey.

The FreeBSD Documentation Project

Like FreeBSD itself, this documentation is the product of a volunteer effort. The goals of the project are outlined here, as are the procedures for submitting corrections and new material.

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The FreeBSD Handbook

This is an evolving, comprehensive on-line resource for FreeBSD users. Please address comments and contributions to <freebsd-doc@FreeBSD.ORG>.

&i.new; We now offer a Japanese translation of the handbook (EUC encoding).

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

If you have a question, chances are that someone else has the same question. The most common of these have been compiled here in a brief question-answer format.

Tutorials

Here lie assorted documents about FreeBSD and FreeBSD related software and hardware.

Books

Online documentation is useful, but any serious FreeBSD user should consider getting some of the books listed here. Most books that cover BSD systems apply well to FreeBSD.

Manual Pages

The manual pages for Unix Seventh Edition (V7), 2.9.1BSD, 4.3BSD Reno, NET/2, 386BSD 0.1, + FreeBSD 1.0-RELEASE, + FreeBSD 1.1-RELEASE, FreeBSD 1.1.5.1-RELEASE, 4.4BSD Lite2, FreeBSD 2.0-RELEASE, FreeBSD 2.0.5-RELEASE, FreeBSD 2.1.0-RELEASE, FreeBSD 2.1.5-RELEASE, FreeBSD 2.1.6.1-RELEASE, FreeBSD 2.1.7.1-RELEASE, FreeBSD 2.2.1-RELEASE, FreeBSD 3.0-current, NetBSD 1.2, OpenBSD 2.0, and XFree86 3.2; courtesy of Wolfram Schneider.

There is an other script available with the manual pages for FreeBSD 2.0 and XFree86 release 3.1, courtesy of Hinrich Eilts.

4.4BSD Documents

If you like reading BSD manuals online, here is a hypertext version of the 4.4BSD documents from /usr/share/doc, where you would find the documents on a FreeBSD machine (if the doc distribution was installed).

Info Documents

If you like reading FreeBSD Info documents online, here is a hypertext version of the Info documents from /usr/share/info, where you would find the Info documents on a FreeBSD machine (if the info distribution was installed).

The Source Code

If you like digging your fingers into source code, here is a hypertext version of the FreeBSD kernel source. This is brought to you courtesy of Warren Toomey.

The FreeBSD Documentation Project

Like FreeBSD itself, this documentation is the product of a volunteer effort. The goals of the project are outlined here, as are the procedures for submitting corrections and new material.

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