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Where can i find an step-by-step manual for OpenBSD 3.4.
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Hi maximilianoozyilmaz,

mauual for administration ? manual for programming ? manual for users ?

check these
http://www.openbsd.org/docum.html

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I already checked openBSD web page and didn't satisfy me.

I need a book like TCP/IP Bible but for OpenBSD and want to be in electronic format (PDF).
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