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I will begin a thorough study of the OpenBSD and FreeBSD, which are the most complete books?

I found these, which are the best?

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closed as not constructive by jasonwryan, Michael Mrozek Dec 13 '11 at 18:15

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Check out The Complete FreeBSD by Grey Lehey, available for free. Greg is a good guy and used to be part of the FreeBSD core development team. Maybe he still is, I'm not sure. The book is probably a bit out of date, it seems was last updated in 2006, but it would be a start at least.

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