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-<!-- $Id: handbook.sgml,v 1.7 1995-05-18 03:05:08 jfieber Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: handbook.sgml,v 1.7.4.1 1995-09-17 11:19:30 davidg Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<!DOCTYPE linuxdoc PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//DTD linuxdoc//EN" [
+
+<!-- Conditional flags for this version of the document -->
+<!ENTITY % boothelp.only "IGNORE">
+<!ENTITY % handbook.only "INCLUDE">
+
+<!-- Entity shorthand for authors' names and email addresses -->
<!ENTITY % authors SYSTEM "authors.sgml">
%authors;
-<!ENTITY bibliography SYSTEM "bibliography.sgml">
-<!ENTITY basics SYSTEM "basics.sgml">
-<!ENTITY booting SYSTEM "booting.sgml">
-<!ENTITY ctm SYSTEM "ctm.sgml">
-<!ENTITY current SYSTEM "current.sgml">
-<!ENTITY dialup SYSTEM "dialup.sgml">
-<!ENTITY diskless SYSTEM "diskless.sgml">
-<!ENTITY eresources SYSTEM "eresources.sgml">
-<!ENTITY glossary SYSTEM "glossary.sgml">
-<!ENTITY history SYSTEM "history.sgml">
-<!ENTITY kerberos SYSTEM "kerberos.sgml">
-<!ENTITY memoryuse SYSTEM "memoryuse.sgml">
-<!ENTITY nfs SYSTEM "nfs.sgml">
-<!ENTITY nutshell SYSTEM "nutshell.sgml">
-<!ENTITY porting SYSTEM "porting.sgml">
-<!ENTITY ports SYSTEM "ports.sgml">
-<!ENTITY ppp SYSTEM "ppp.sgml">
-<!ENTITY scsi SYSTEM "scsi.sgml">
-<!ENTITY slipc SYSTEM "slipc.sgml">
-<!ENTITY slips SYSTEM "slips.sgml">
-<!ENTITY submitters SYSTEM "submitters.sgml">
-<!ENTITY sup SYSTEM "sup.sgml">
-<!ENTITY troubleshooting SYSTEM "troubleshooting.sgml">
+<!-- Entity definitions for all the parts -->
+<!ENTITY % sections SYSTEM "sections.sgml">
+%sections;
]>
-<!--
-
-Potential target audience:
- 1. Potential users
- a. new to unix
- b. somewhat familiar with unix
- c. veterans
- 2. Existing users
- a. new to unix
- b. somewhat familiar with unix
- c. veterans
-
-
-OUTLINE:
-
--->
-
<linuxdoc>
<book>
@@ -55,18 +24,20 @@ OUTLINE:
<author>
<name>The FreeBSD Documentation Project</name>
</author>
- <date>May 17, 1995</date>
-
- <abstract>Welcome to FreeBSD! This handbook covers the
- installation and day to day use of FreeBSD.
-
- This manual is a <bf>work in progress</bf> and is the
- work of many individials. Many sections do not yet exist
- and some of those that do exist need to be updated. If
- you are interested in helping with this project, send
- email to &a.jfieber; or to the FreeBSD Documentantion
- Project mailing list <tt>&lt;doc@freebsd.org&gt;</tt>.
- </abstract>
+ <date>August 31, 1995</date>
+
+<abstract>Welcome to FreeBSD! This handbook covers the
+installation and day to day use of <bf>FreeBSD Release
+2.0.5</bf>.
+
+This manual is a <bf>work in progress</bf> and is the
+work of many individials. Many sections do not yet exist
+and some of those that do exist need to be updated. If
+you are interested in helping with this project, send
+email to &a.jfieber; or to the FreeBSD Documentation
+Project mailing list <tt><htmlurl url="mailto:doc@freebsd.org"
+name="&lt;doc@freebsd.org&gt;"></tt>.
+</abstract>
<toc>
@@ -77,26 +48,13 @@ OUTLINE:
<chapt><heading>Introduction</heading>
&nutshell;
&history;
- <sect><heading>About this release</heading>
- <sect><heading>FreeBSD now and in the future</heading>
-
- <chapt><heading>Installing FreeBSD</heading>
- <sect><heading>Preparing for the installation</heading>
- <sect1><heading>Hardware checklist</heading>
- <sect2><heading>minimal requirements</heading>
- <sect2><heading>IRQs, IO Addresses, and DMA channels</heading>
- <sect1><heading>Software checklist</heading>
- <sect2><heading>Making the installation floppies</heading>
- <sect2><heading>CD-ROM</heading>
- <sect2><heading>Tape</heading>
- <sect2><heading>Disk</heading>
- <sect><heading>Installation</heading>
- <sect><heading>Set up a user account</heading>
+ &relnotes;
+ &install;
&basics;
<chapt><heading>Installing applications</heading>
- <sect><heading>Installing packages</heading>
+ <sect><heading>* Installing packages</heading>
&ports;
&porting;
@@ -104,80 +62,76 @@ OUTLINE:
<part><heading>System Administration</heading>
- <chapt><heading>Reconfiguring the kernel</heading>
+ <chapt><heading>Reconfiguring the Kernel<label id="kernelconfig"></heading>
+ <p>This section is in progress. Please contact
+ Deborah Bennett <htmlurl url="mailto:deborah@gallifrey.microunity.com"
+ name="&lt;deborah@gallifrey.microunity.com&gt;"> for more information.
+ In the meantime, please refer to
+ Kernel Configuration section of the <url url="../FAQ/freebsd-faq.html"
+ name="FreeBSD FAQ">.
+ <!-- &kernelconfig; -->
<chapt><heading>Users, groups and security</heading>
- <sect><heading>DES, MD5 and Crypt</heading>
+ <sect><heading>* DES, MD5 and Crypt</heading>
+ <sect><heading>* S/Key</heading>
&kerberos;
- <sect><heading>S/Key</heading>
- <sect><heading>Firewalls</heading>
-
- <chapt><heading>The X-Window System</heading>
+ <sect><heading>* Firewalls</heading>
<chapt><heading>Printing</heading>
+ <p>This section is in progress. Please contact
+ Sean Kelly <url url="mailto:kelly@fsl.noaa.gov"
+ name="kelley@fsl.noaa.gov"> for more information.
+
+ <chapt><heading>The X-Window System</heading>
+ <p>Pending the completion of this section, please refer to
+ documentation supplied by the <url url="http://www.xfree86.org/"
+ name="The XFree86 Project, Inc">.
<chapt><heading>Managing hardware</heading>
&scsi;
- <sect><heading>adding/reconfiguring disks</heading>
- <sect><heading>tapes and backups</heading>
- <sect><heading>serial ports</heading>
- <sect><heading>sound cards</heading>
-
- <chapt><heading>PC Hardware compatibility</heading>
- <sect><heading>CORE/PROCESSING</heading>
- <sect1><heading>Motherboards</heading>
- <sect2><heading>ISA</heading>
- <sect2><heading>EISA</heading>
- <sect2><heading>VLB</heading>
- <sect2><heading>PCI</heading>
- <sect1><heading>CPUs/FPUs</heading>
- <sect1><heading>Memory</heading>
- <sect1><heading>BIOS</heading>
- <sect><heading>INPUT/OUTPUT</heading>
- <sect1><heading>Video cards</heading>
- <sect1><heading>Sound cards</heading>
- <sect1><heading>Serial ports (including multiport cards)</heading>
- <sect1><heading>Parallel ports</heading>
- <sect1><heading>Modems</heading>
- <sect1><heading>Etherenet cards</heading>
- <sect1><heading>Keyboards</heading>
- <sect1><heading>Mice</heading>
- <sect1><heading>Other (joysticks? tablets?)</heading>
- <sect><heading>STORAGE</heading>
- <sect1><heading>Disk/tape controllers</heading>
- <sect2><heading>SCSI</heading>
- <sect2><heading>IDE</heading>
- <sect2><heading>Floppy</heading>
- <sect1><heading>Hard drives</heading>
- <sect1><heading>Tape drives</heading>
- <sect1><heading>CD-ROM drives</heading>
- <sect1><heading>Other</heading>
- <sect><heading>OTHER</heading>
- <sect1><heading>PCMCIA</heading>
-
+ <sect><heading>* Adding and reconfiguring disks</heading>
+ <sect><heading>* Tapes and backups</heading>
+ <sect><heading>* Serial ports</heading>
+ <sect><heading>* Sound cards</heading>
+
<!-- ************************************************************ -->
<part><heading>Network Communications</heading>
<chapt><heading>Basic Networking</heading>
- <sect><heading>Ethernet basics</heading>
- <sect><heading>Serial basics</heading>
- <sect><heading>Hardwired Terminals</heading>
+ <sect><heading>* Ethernet basics</heading>
+ <sect><heading>* Serial basics</heading>
+ <sect><heading>* Hardwired Terminals</heading>
&dialup;
<chapt><heading>PPP and SLIP</heading>
+
+ <p>If your connection to the internet is through a modem, or
+ you wish to provide other people with dialup connections to
+ the internet using FreeBSD, you have the option of using PPP
+ or SLIP. Furthermore, two varieties of PPP are provided:
+ <em>user</em> (sometimes referred to as iijppp) and
+ <em>kernel</em>. The procedures for configuring both types
+ of PPP, and for setting up SLIP are described in this
+ chapter.
+
+ &userppp;
&ppp;
&slipc;
&slips;
<chapt><heading>Advanced networking</heading>
<sect><heading>Gateways and routing</heading>
+ <p>This section is in progress. Please contact
+ Coranth Gryphon <htmlurl url="mailto:gryphon@healer.com"
+ name="&lt;gryphon@healer.com&gt;"> for more information.
+
&nfs;
- <sect><heading>Yellow Pages/NIS</heading>
+ <sect><heading>* Yellow Pages/NIS</heading>
&diskless;
- <sect><heading>ISDN</heading>
+ <sect><heading>* ISDN</heading>
- <chapt><heading>Mail</heading>
+ <chapt><heading>* Mail</heading>
@@ -187,7 +141,7 @@ OUTLINE:
&current;
&ctm;
&sup;
- <chapt><heading>Kernel debugging</heading>
+ &kerneldebug;
&submitters;
&booting;
&memoryuse;
@@ -195,9 +149,12 @@ OUTLINE:
<!-- ************************************************************ -->
- <part><heading>Additional resources</heading>
+ <part><heading>Appendices</heading>
+ &mirrors;
&bibliography;
&eresources;
+ &hw;
+ &contrib;
&glossary;
</book>