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The FreeBSD Help ( has been providing the FreeBSD community articles and how-to's since 1997. You will find that most of the articles on this site are directed toward FreeBSD, but will also work with other flavor's of Unix. While the man pages are a great reference tool, it sometimes leaves alot to be desired, and even sometimes confuses users. So this is one of the reason's for this site. We offer hundreds if not thousands of articles to help the newbies, as well as the advanced FreeBSD user. So, please enjoy the site...

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