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 ## Table of Contents  ## Table of Contents
   
   
 ***I. About NetBSD***  ***I. About NetBSD***
   
    * [[1. What is NetBSD?|guide/intro]]
      * [[1.1. The story of NetBSD]]
      * [[1.2. NetBSD features]]
      * [[1.3. Supported platforms]]
      * [[1.4. NetBSD's target users]]
      * [[1.5. Applications for NetBSD]]
      * [[1.6. How to get NetBSD]]
   
 ***II. System installation and related issues***  ***II. System installation and related issues***
   
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    * [[5.2. The man command]]     * [[5.2. The man command]]
    * [[5.3. Editing configuration files]]     * [[5.3. Editing configuration files]]
    * [[5.4. Login]]     * [[5.4. Login]]
    * [[5.5. Changing the `root` password]]     * [[5.5. Changing the root password]]
    * [[5.6. Adding users]]     * [[5.6. Adding users]]
    * [[5.7. Shadow passwords]]     * [[5.7. Shadow passwords]]
    * [[5.8. Changing the keyboard layout]]     * [[5.8. Changing the keyboard layout]]
    * [[5.9. System time]]     * [[5.9. System time]]
    * [[5.10. Secure Shell ([ssh(1)](http://netbsd.gw.com/cgi-bin/man-cgi?ssh+1+NetBSD-5.0.1+i386))]]     * [[5.10. Secure Shell ssh(1)]]
    * [[5.11. Basic configuration in `/etc/rc.conf`]]     * [[5.11. Basic configuration in /etc/rc.conf]]
    * [[5.12. Basic network settings]]     * [[5.12. Basic network settings]]
    * [[5.13. Mounting a CD-ROM]]     * [[5.13. Mounting a CD-ROM]]
    * [[5.14. Mounting a floppy]]     * [[5.14. Mounting a floppy]]
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    * [[7.3. Order/dependencies of start determined by rcorder]]     * [[7.3. Order/dependencies of start determined by rcorder]]
    * [[7.4. rc.d scripts of additional services]]     * [[7.4. rc.d scripts of additional services]]
    * [[7.5. Additional Reading]]     * [[7.5. Additional Reading]]
    * [[8. Console drivers|guide/cons]]
      * [[8.1. wscons]]
  * [[9. X|guide/x]]   * [[9. X|guide/x]]
    * [[9.1. What is X?]]     * [[9.1. What is X?]]
    * [[9.2. Configuration]]     * [[9.2. Configuration]]
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    * [[11.5. Multiple audio devices]]     * [[11.5. Multiple audio devices]]
    * [[11.6. Configuring the kernel audio devices]]     * [[11.6. Configuring the kernel audio devices]]
    * [[11.7. Advanced commands]]     * [[11.7. Advanced commands]]
    * [[14. The cryptographic device driver (CGD)|guide/cgd]]
      * [[14.1. Overview]]
      * [[14.2. Components of the Crypto-Graphic Disk system]]
      * [[14.3. Example: encrypting your disk]]
      * [[14.4. Example: encrypted CDs/DVDs]]
      * [[14.5. Suggestions and Warnings]]
      * [[14.6. Further Reading]]
    * [[15. Concatenated Disk Device (CCD) configuration|guide/ccd]]
      * [[15.1. Install physical media]]
      * [[15.2. Configure Kernel Support]]
      * [[15.3. Disklabel each volume member of the CCD]]
      * [[15.4. Configure the CCD]]
      * [[15.5. Initialize the CCD device]]
      * [[15.6. Create a 4.2BSD/UFS filesystem on the new CCD device]]
      * [[15.7. Mount the filesystem]]
    * [[19. Tuning NetBSD|guide/tuning]]
      * [[19.1. Introduction]]
      * [[19.2. Tuning Considerations]]
      * [[19.3. Visual Monitoring Tools]]
      * [[19.4. Monitoring Tools]]
      * [[19.5. Network Tools]]
      * [[19.6. Accounting]]
      * [[19.7. Kernel Profiling]]
      * [[19.8. System Tuning]]
      * [[19.9. Kernel Tuning]]
  * [[20. NetBSD Veriexec subsystem|guide/veriexec]]   * [[20. NetBSD Veriexec subsystem|guide/veriexec]]
    * [[20.1. How it works]]     * [[20.1. How it works]]
    * [[20.2. Signatures file]]     * [[20.2. Signatures file]]
    * [[20.3. Strict levels]]     * [[20.3. Strict levels]]
    * [[20.4. Veriexec and layered file systems]]     * [[20.4. Veriexec and layered file systems]]
    * [[20.5. Kernel configuration]]     * [[20.5. Kernel configuration]]
    * [[21. Bluetooth on NetBSD|guide/bluetooth]]
      * [[21.1. Introduction]]
      * [[21.2. Supported Hardware]]
      * [[21.3. System Configuration]]
      * [[21.4. Human Interface Devices]]
      * [[21.5. Personal Area Networking]]
      * [[21.6. Serial Connections]]
      * [[21.7. Audio]]
      * [[21.8. Object Exchange]]
      * [[21.9. Troubleshooting]]
    * [[22. Miscellaneous operations|guide/misc]]
      * [[22.1. Installing the boot manager]]
      * [[22.2. Deleting the disklabel]]
      * [[22.3. Speaker]]
      * [[22.4. Forgot root password?]]
      * [[22.5. Password file is busy?]]
      * [[22.6. Adding a new hard disk]]
      * [[22.7. How to rebuild the devices in /dev]]
   
 ***IV. Networking and related issues***  ***IV. Networking and related issues***
   
    * [[25. The Internet Super Server inetd
    Allowing and denying hosts - /etc/hosts.allow, /etc/hosts.deny|guide/inetd]]
      * [[25.1. Overview]]
      * [[25.2. What is inetd?]]
      * [[25.3. Configuring inetd - /etc/inetd.conf]]
      * [[25.4. Services - /etc/services]]
      * [[25.5. Protocols - /etc/protocols]]
      * [[25.6. Remote Procedure Calls (RPC) - /etc/rpc]]
      * [[25.7. Adding a Service]]
      * [[25.8. When to use or not to use inetd]]
      * [[25.9. Other Resources]]
    * [[28. Introduction to the Common Address Redundancy Protocol (CARP)|guide/carp]]
      * [[28.1. CARP Operation]]
      * [[28.2. Configuring CARP]]
      * [[28.3. Enabling CARP Support]]
      * [[28.4. CARP Example]]
      * [[28.5. Advanced CARP configuration]]
      * [[28.6. Forcing Failover of the Master]]
      * [[28.7. License]]
   
 ***V. Building the system***  ***V. Building the system***
   
    * [[30. Obtaining the sources|guide/fetch]]
      * [[30.1. Preparing directories]]
      * [[30.2. Terminology]]
      * [[30.3. Downloading tarballs]]
      * [[30.4. Fetching by CVS]]
      * [[30.5. Sources on CD (ISO)]]
    * [[31. Crosscompiling NetBSD with build.sh|guide/build]]
      * [[31.1. Building the crosscompiler]]
      * [[31.2. Configuring the kernel manually]]
      * [[31.3. Crosscompiling the kernel manually]]
      * [[31.4. Crosscompiling the kernel with build.sh]]
      * [[31.5. Crosscompiling the userland]]
      * [[31.6. Crosscompiling the X Window System]]
      * [[31.7. Changing build behaviour]]
  * [[32. Compiling the kernel|guide/kernel]]   * [[32. Compiling the kernel|guide/kernel]]
    * [[32.1. Requirements and procedure]]     * [[32.1. Requirements and procedure]]
    * [[32.2. Installing the kernel sources]]     * [[32.2. Installing the kernel sources]]
    * [[32.3. Creating the kernel configuration file]]     * [[32.3. Creating the kernel configuration file]]
    * [[32.4. Building the kernel manually]]     * [[32.4. Building the kernel manually]]
    * [[32.5. Building the kernel using `build.sh`]]     * [[32.5. Building the kernel using build.sh]]
    * [[32.6. Installing the new kernel]]     * [[32.6. Installing the new kernel]]
    * [[32.7. If something went wrong]]     * [[32.7. If something went wrong]]
  * [[33. Updating an existing system from sources|guide/updating]]   * [[33. Updating an existing system from sources|guide/updating]]
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 created the first version of the guide using the groff formatter. In order to  created the first version of the guide using the groff formatter. In order to
 "easily" get a wider variety of output formats (e.g. HTML and  "easily" get a wider variety of output formats (e.g. HTML and
 PostScript/PDF), he made the "mistake" of moving to SGML/DocBook, which  PostScript/PDF), he made the "mistake" of moving to SGML/DocBook, which
 is the current format of the sources. Maintainership was picked up by the NetBSD  was the format of the sources. Maintainership was picked up by the NetBSD
 project and its developers later, and the format was changed to XML/DocBook  project and its developers later, and the format was changed to XML/DocBook
 later due to better tools and slightly more knowhow on customisations.  later due to better tools and slightly more knowhow on customisations.
   
 In 2012/2013, the guide was converted by XXX (Wang - wmzhere) to Markdown and  In 2012/2013, the guide was converted in a Google Code-In task by Mingzhe Wang
 integrated into the NetBSD wiki. Along with the conversion, old chapters were  (wmzhere) to Markdown. In early 2013, it was integrated to the NetBSD wiki,
 removed, the numbering scheme was restricted to the table of contents and soem  along with removing old chapters, restricting numbering schemes and some
 reformulations were done.  reformulations.
   
 You can still get the old version of the Guide at XXX  You can still get the
   [old version of the Guide](http://netbsd.org/docs/guide), which is not
   maintained anymore.
   
 ## Bibliography  ## Bibliography
   
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 Copyright 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Federico Lupi  Copyright 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Federico Lupi
   
 Copyright 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 The NetBSD Foundation  Copyright 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 The NetBSD Foundation
   
 All brand and product names used in this guide are or may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.  All brand and product names used in this guide are or may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
   

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