Creating an Admin Handbook

Ceri Davies ceri at
Wed Jul 21 09:45:09 UTC 2004

On Tue, Jul 20, 2004 at 01:29:14PM +0000, Murray Stokely wrote:

> When we split up the book it makes the omissions stand out.  We have
> woefully little about setting up and maintaining webservers in our
> Handbook, which is one of the most common uses of FreeBSD.  That kind
> of gets lost after 10 chapters of installating, the ports tree, unix
> basics, and X Windows, but it really starts to stand out when you
> split those basic prerequisites out.

I'll just interject here and just say that I think that "installating" is
the best neologism I've ever heard.  Start using this people, I want it
in the dictionary by year out.

It is not tinfoil, it is my new skin.  I am a robot.
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