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Jonathan M. Bresler jmb
Fri Jun 12 13:30:34 PDT 1998

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Subject: FreeBSD Really-Quick(TM) NewsLetter: Volume #1 Issue #1

                FreeBSD Really-Quick(TM) NewsLetter.
                    Things Happening in FreeBSD.
                        Volume #1 Issue #1
                            June 1998

General News:
  Jordan Hubbard, Poul-Henning Kamp, Justin Gibbs, Jonathan Bresler,
  David Greenman and other members of the Core Team will be at the
  USENIX technical conference.
  Be Sure to Attend!  Information at:
  June 15-19, New Orleans, Louisiana

  Download the Published FreeBSD News Letter Volume #2:

Web Masters:
  Check out this article on balancing Webserver traffic:

Filesystem Management:
 An early version of vinum, a FreeBSD volume manager, is available. 
 It allows volumes to span disks and spread diskload across multiple disks.
  Check out: 

Alpha Porting Project:
 There seems to be quite a bit of recent activity on this project.
 Developers are being actively sought.  
 Join the alpha at mailing list. 
 PALCode and other Alpha Documentation can be found at:

X Window System:
  Check out the Enlightenment Desktop:
  Check out the Themes you can download for Enlightenment:

  Check out the 'Blender' package from Neo-Geo

System Administration:
  A Web Based FreeBSD System Administration Tool is available.
  A X based FreeBSD System Administration Tool is also available.  

  Both are functional, yet still in developmental stages.

Installing FreeBSD:
  Here is a newbie-oriented Install tutorial complete with screen shots.
  Check out:

This is a monthly Newsletter, published only by E-mail.  
If you have anything you would like to see in the next edition,
 please send e-mail to fbsd-book at

        -Chris Coleman <chrisc at>

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