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Old 28th July 2008
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Default A Comprehensive Guide to FreeBSD

This book is almost complete and freely avialiable online.

I was looking at ways to divide my 750 GB harddrive for freebsd correctly. Very little info in the other books but this one was great.

Step 2) Allocate Filesystem Space

5.3.1. Workstation\Desktop system
5.3.2. Server (More than 100 People)
5.3.3. Internet Server (E-mail/Pop3/Web Pages/FTP)
5.3.4. News Server
As you can see it looks at various setups.
The book is still a work in progress but is 90% complete and for me was a great reference tool.
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Old 29th July 2008
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I really appreciate free references, but I have to wonder if this particular book was abandoned / is no longer maintained. From chapter 2:
The last verstion of this branch was FreeBSD-
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