bschonhorst at vcsnyc.org
Fri May 28 11:38:25 EDT 2004
On May 28, 2004, at 9:37 AM, Pastor Mac wrote:
> On Sunday, May 23, 2004, at 10:30 PM, G.Rosamond wrote:
>> I think there's been some good input on this.
>> I'd actually like to hear more from the lurkers on the list, whether
>> or not they have attended a NYCBUG meeting.
>> It would seem that they would have some reaction to the posted
>> comments. . .and some insight others are missing.
> I think the idea of writing a tutorial for basic users, i.e. those who
> have a good command of PC/Mac navigation, who want to see what an open
> source *NIXish OS is like <snip>
I have been putting together some how-to documents for new bsd users.
I am new to the bsd's myself and thought it would be cool to try and
make others introduction a bit easier. I am hoping that the docs will
be able to take someone with little or no unix ability and get them
through an OpenBSD install and feel a bit more comfortable with the
command line. More and more Mac admins are finding that learning unix
skills is a necessity and they look towards the BSD community first.
I'd love some feedback on what I have so far or any ideas about where
to post them for more accessibility.
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