Difference between revisions of "FreeBSD Handbook and FAQ/9.2"

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PC-BSD has FreeBSD as its underlying operating system, so everything in the [http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/ FreeBSD Handbook] and [http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en/books/faq/ FreeBSD FAQ] applies to PC-BSD as well. Both are very comprehensive and cover nearly every task you can accomplish on a FreeBSD system. They are also an excellent resource for learning how things work "under the hood" of your PC-BSD system.
 
PC-BSD has FreeBSD as its underlying operating system, so everything in the [http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/ FreeBSD Handbook] and [http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en/books/faq/ FreeBSD FAQ] applies to PC-BSD as well. Both are very comprehensive and cover nearly every task you can accomplish on a FreeBSD system. They are also an excellent resource for learning how things work "under the hood" of your PC-BSD system.
  
'''Note:''' some configurations described in the FreeBSD Handbook already "just work" on your PC-BSD system as they have been pre-configured for you. In these instances, reading that FreeBSD Handbook section can help you to understand how your system was configured and how it works.
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'''NOTE:''' some configurations described in the FreeBSD Handbook already "just work" on your PC-BSD system as they have been pre-configured for you. In these instances, reading that FreeBSD Handbook section can help you to understand how your system was configured and why it works.

Revision as of 08:57, 30 August 2011

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PC-BSD has FreeBSD as its underlying operating system, so everything in the FreeBSD Handbook and FreeBSD FAQ applies to PC-BSD as well. Both are very comprehensive and cover nearly every task you can accomplish on a FreeBSD system. They are also an excellent resource for learning how things work "under the hood" of your PC-BSD system.

NOTE: some configurations described in the FreeBSD Handbook already "just work" on your PC-BSD system as they have been pre-configured for you. In these instances, reading that FreeBSD Handbook section can help you to understand how your system was configured and why it works.