documentation OF FreeBSD
ross.cameron at linuxpro.co.za
Tue Jan 18 11:05:20 UTC 2011
On Tue, Jan 18, 2011 at 11:57 AM, gs_stoller at juno.com
<gs_stoller at juno.com>wrote:
> I remember that there was a documentation project going on for
> FreeBSD and
> I'd like know its status and URL . Hopefully there is a good index (I
> consider this an
> essential tool in books).
On the FRONT PAGE of the FreeBSD.org website there is a big ole button with
the word "Documentation" on it?
The link (for the truely lazy) is : http://www.freebsd.org/docs.html
> Another section I would like to see is one about internet
> access and also the subsection about email . I want to be able to access
> my juno email
> account and see a list of the received emails (with the name of the sender,
> the subject,
> and date & time sent, possibly other data), be able to select emails to
> read (and to
> delete them after they are read at the reader's discretion). There is also
> the flip side,
> the ability to create emails, specify to whom they are to be sent, and send
All of the above is accomplished using a Mail User Agent (MUA)
application,... there are litterally thousands to choose from so it is
HIGHLY unlikely that any open source OS will include this in the manual...
Install a few and decide for youreself what suits you best.
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