I didn't see it there either. However, I must say that when I ordered
the walnut creek
freebsd 2.2.5 with the book, I found it to be a great deal. the book is
full of information
on how to configure freebsd. whether or not you can find other things
it was still a good deal, and I don't regret spending the $60 that I
Bill Swingle wrote:
> Is it just me or has this product suddenly dissappeared?
> On Mon, Aug 02, 1999 at 11:13:49AM -0700, Cosmic 665 wrote:
> > If your a FreeBSD Newbie Looking to get FreeBSD and documentation, Goto:
> > Indelible-blue
> > "http://www.indelible-blue.com/ibapps/products.nsf/unix"
> > look for "the complete set of FreeBSD +4 CD's"
> > when you get FreeBSD from indelible blue, you get a 500 page book + the
> > walnut Creek distribution of FreeBSD... It's way better than buying FreeBSD
> > from walnut Creek with no documentation.
> > good luck
> > -Cosmic-665
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