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      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


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<linuxdoc>
  <book>

      <title>FreeBSD Handbook
      <author>
	<name></name>
      <!-- <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>
	
      <toc>


    <chapt><heading>Introduction</heading>
	
      <sect><heading>FreeBSD In a nutshell</heading>
	
      <sect><heading>History</heading>

      <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>

    &basics;

    <chapt><heading>Installing applications</heading>

      <sect><heading>Installing packages</heading>
        &ports;
        &porting;

    <chapt><heading>Reconfiguring the kernel</heading>

      <p>Once you have your FreeBSD system installed and
	operational it is a good idead to re-configure the
	kernel.  You may also need to re-configure the kernel if
	you add, change, or remove hardware from your system.

      <p>

    <chapt><heading>Basic Networking</heading>
      <sect><heading>Ethernet basics</heading>
      <sect><heading>Serial basics</heading>
      <sect><heading>Hardwired Terminals</heading>
      &dialup;

    <chapt><heading>PPP and SLIP</heading>

      &ppp;
      &slipc; 
      &slips;

    <chapt><heading>Advanced networking</heading>
      <sect><heading>Gateways and routing</heading>
      &nfs;
      <sect><heading>Yellow Pages/NIS</heading>
      &diskless;
      <sect><heading>ISDN</heading>

    <chapt><heading>Mail</heading>

    <chapt><heading>Printing</heading>
    
    <chapt><heading>Users, groups and security</heading>
      
      <sect><heading>DES, MD5 and Crypt</heading>

      &kerberos;

      <sect><heading>S/Key</heading>

      <sect><heading>Firewalls</heading>

    <chapt><heading>The X-Window System</heading>

    <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>
	  
    &current;
      &ctm; 
      &sup;
    &troubleshooting;
    &submitters;

    &bibliography;
    &eresources;
    &glossary;
   
  </book>
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