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Old 13th January 2014
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Hello everyone!

as I am new to this forum, I just wanted to shortly introduce myself.

Unfortunately, I have no experience yet with BSD-Systems, but I really like the idea and goals behind these systems (especially OpenBSD because of its great priority on security).
Currently I am using Mageia Linux, but as soon as I think to know enough to get startet I will try OpenBSD (I can hardly wait until then.. ).
As I am studying computer science, I hope to earn some indepth knowledge about UNIX-Systems in general and OpenBSD in particular

So I'm looking forward to get to know to this great community

Best regards (and I very much apologize for my pour language skills).
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Old 14th January 2014
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Welcome undercover_penguin!
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Hello, and welcome!

Online, your best resource on OpenBSD will be the FAQ. Much of the information available from third parties may be out-of-date or might be misleading in other ways. (I include us in that list of third party resources. If you find guidance in a thread here, check how long ago it was posted. New information may be available.)

Offline, the best resource will be Absolute OpenBSD, a book by Michael W. Lucas. There is a recently revised second edition, and it is an excellent resource. The first edition was a primary resource for me for ten years, and the new second edition is proudly sitting next to the first on my shelf.
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Old 15th January 2014
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Thank you very much!

And thank you jggimi for your advice, I had this book allready in mind, but now I think I can buy it in any case
Unfortunately I have to wait until semester break, I'm reading Tanenbaum's "Modern operating system" at the moment and thereafter Stroustrup's "C++ Programming language"..
But it's on my to-do list with top priority
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