OpenBSD is a Unix-like computer operating system that is widely regarded for its excellent documentation and its fanatical focus on security. qThe OpenBSD Crash Courseq Short Cut will help you get an x86 or AMD64/EM64T server, desktop, or network appliance up and running quickly with OpenBSD. You'll learn how to install or upgrade OpenBSD on x86 and AMD64 machines, how to configure it for server or workstation use, and how to properly maintain it until the next release.Most computers default to some slight variation of the following boot order: network, floppy disk, optical drive (CD), and then ... If no boot files are found on any of those devices, you get an error message on the screen; most people will never see it unless they have a serious hard drive problem. ... Thata#39;s fine for normal, everyday operation, but ita#39;s no good for installing operating systems. ... When youa#39;ve done that, save and exit setup, and the computer will restart with the new settings.
|Title||:||The OpenBSD 4.0 Crash Course|
|Publisher||:||"O'Reilly Media, Inc." - 2007-07-25|