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Old 13th May 2008
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Coming from a Gentoo/Slackware background; I am curious if any of you have any favourite authors and/or books in general, as valuable resources in learning FreeBSD?
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It worked for me just now.

The link just takes you back to a sub-forum of daemonforums.org called, cleverly enough, Book reviews.

So far there are about 10 posts that cover the latest most up-to-date books that are out there.

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Link didn't work for me either. Had to add "www." to make it work.
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http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/man.cgi -> my favorite resource.
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Thanks, I didn't see the link before making this thread; oddly enough there were two books in the list I was looking at purchasing.
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Don't forget the #1 FreeBSD Book, www.freebsd.org/handbook
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