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"Absolute FreeBSD" (The Complete Guide to FreeBSD) is a book published by No Starch Press and written by Michael W. Lucas, a Unix Sysadmin and network/security engineer. The book is about the FreeBSD, an operating system of BSD Unix family.
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Title: Absolute FreeBSD. Subtitle: The Complete Guide to FreeBSD. by Michael W. Lucas. November 2007, 744 pp. ISBN 978-1-59327-151-0 No Starch Press