Absolute OpenBSD: Unix for the Practical Paranoid

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No Starch Press, 2003 - Computers - 489 pages
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This straightforward, practical, and complete guide to mastering the powerful and complex OpenBSD operating system, is for the experienced UNIX user who wants to add OpenBSD to his or her repertoire. The author assumes a knowledge of basic UNIX commands, design, and permissions. The book takes you through the intricacies of the platform and teaches how to manage your system, offering friendly explanations, background information, troubleshooting suggestions, and copious examples throughout.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
OpenBSDs Strengths
7
Chapter
8
Copyright

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Michael W. Lucas is a network/security engineer who keeps getting stuck with network problems nobody else wants to touch. He is the author of the critically acclaimed "Absolute FreeBSD", "Absolute OpenBSD", "Network Flow Analysis", "Cisco Routers for the Desperate", and "PGP & GPG", all from No Starch Press.

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