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This FAQ is supplemental documentation to the man pages, available both in the installed system and online. The FAQ covers the active release of OpenBSD, currently v5.5. There are likely features and changes to features in the development version (-current) of OpenBSD that are not covered in the FAQ.
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OpenBSD is ready for the future!
It was the Enchantment Under the C code
The way I see it, if you are going to build a quality operating system, why not do it with some style?
I'm sure in 2014 source code is available at every anoncvs server, but in 1901, it's a little hard to come by!
1.21 gigabytes! 1.21 gigabytes! Great Scott!
Why don't you make like a source tree and compile?
If my calculations are correct, when this baby hits 88MBps, you're going to see some serious shit!
Since you're new here, I'm gonna cut you a break, today.
Yeah, I'll keep that in mind
Oh my God. They found me, I dont know how but they found me. Run for it Puffy!
So you are my data. Better get used to that chroot, kid.
Things have certainly changed around here. I remember when this was all text as far as the eye can see! MIT had this crazy idea of a GUI
Still waiting for a port to DeLorean
You can hook up to the amplifier. Works great
In 1901, no one knew what a gigabyte was!
What about all that talk about screwing up security?
Wait a minute, are you trying to tell me you built a firewall out of a computer for free?
Commonly Encountered Issues
Sorry, no Mr. Fusion yet
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Past contributors include Steven Mestdagh, Joel Knight, Eric Jackson, Wim Vandeputte and Chris Cappuccio.
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