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 like "Learning Unix-XYZ, version 1.2.3.4 in 10 days", but this is a matter of  like "Learning Unix-XYZ, version 1.2.3.4 in 10 days", but this is a matter of
 personal taste.  personal taste.
   
 Originally, the guide has been a book, which was subsequently moved to the wiki   Originally, the guide has been a book, which was subsequently moved to the wiki
 to make it easier to contribute.  to make it easier to contribute.
   
 If you have additions or comments to the guide, but don't want to create an  If you have additions or comments to the guide, but don't want to create an
Line 31  of an article. Line 31  of an article.
   
 ## Guide history  ## Guide history
   
 This guide was born as a collection of sparse notes that Federico Lupi, the   This guide was born as a collection of sparse notes that Federico Lupi, the
 original author of the NetBSD Guide, wrote mostly for himself. When he realized   original author of the NetBSD Guide, wrote mostly for himself. When he realized
 that they could be useful to other NetBSD users he started collecting them and   that they could be useful to other NetBSD users he started collecting them and
 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
 was the 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 in a Google Code-In task by Mingzhe Wang   In 2012/2013, the guide was converted in a Google Code-In task by Mingzhe Wang
 (wmzhere) to Markdown. In early 2013, it was integrated to the NetBSD wiki,   (wmzhere) to Markdown. In early 2013, it was integrated to the NetBSD wiki,
 along with removing old chapters, restricting numbering schemes and some   along with removing old chapters, restricting numbering schemes and some
 reformulations.  reformulations.
   
 You can still get the  You can still get the
 [old version of the Guide](http://netbsd.org/docs/guide), which is not   [old version of the Guide](http://netbsd.org/docs/guide), which is not
 maintained anymore.  maintained anymore.
   
 ## Bibliography  ## Bibliography
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 ## Acknowledgements  ## Acknowledgements
   
 The NetBSD Guide was originally written by Federico Lupi who managed the   The NetBSD Guide was originally written by Federico Lupi who managed the
 sources, coordinated updates, and merged all contributions on his own. Since   sources, coordinated updates, and merged all contributions on his own. Since
 then, it has been updated and maintained by the NetBSD www team. The Guide has   then, it has been updated and maintained by the NetBSD www team. The Guide has
 progressed thanks to the contributions of many people who have volunteered their   progressed thanks to the contributions of many people who have volunteered their
 time and effort, supplied material and sent in suggestions and corrections.  time and effort, supplied material and sent in suggestions and corrections.
   
 ### Original acknowledgements  ### Original acknowledgements
Line 86  Federico's original credits are: Line 86  Federico's original credits are:
  * Manolo De Santis, Audio Chapter   * Manolo De Santis, Audio Chapter
  * Eric Delcamp, Boot Floppies   * Eric Delcamp, Boot Floppies
  * Hubert Feyrer, who contributed   * Hubert Feyrer, who contributed
    [[Introduction to TCP/IP Networking|guide/net-intro]] including Next      [[Introduction to TCP/IP Networking|guide/net-intro]] including Next
    generation Internet protocol - IPv6 and the section     generation Internet protocol - IPv6 and the section
    [[IPv6 Connectivity & Transition via 6to4|guide/net-practice#ipv6-6to4]]     [[IPv6 Connectivity & Transition via 6to4|guide/net-practice#ipv6-6to4]]
    He also helped with the SGML to XML transition.     He also helped with the SGML to XML transition.
  * Jason R. Fink   * Jason R. Fink
  * Daniel de Kok, audio and linux chapters fixes.   * Daniel de Kok, audio and linux chapters fixes.
  * Reinoud Koornstra, CVS chapter and rebuilding `/dev` in the Misc chapter.   * Reinoud Koornstra, CVS chapter and rebuilding `/dev` in the Misc chapter.
  * Brian A. Seklecki [lavalamp@burghcom.com](mailto:lavalamp@burghcom.com), who    * Brian A. Seklecki [lavalamp@burghcom.com](mailto:lavalamp@burghcom.com), who
    contributed the CCD Chapter.     contributed the CCD Chapter.
  * Guillain Seuillot   * Guillain Seuillot
  * Martti Kuparinen, RAIDframe documentation.   * Martti Kuparinen, RAIDframe documentation.
Line 101  Federico's original credits are: Line 101  Federico's original credits are:
   
 ### Current acknowledgements  ### Current acknowledgements
   
 This document is currently maintained by the NetBSD www team. Thanks to their   This document is currently maintained by the NetBSD www team. Thanks to their
 efforts, the document is kept up to date and available online at all times. In   efforts, the document is kept up to date and available online at all times. In
 addition, special thanks go to (in alphabetical order):  addition, special thanks go to (in alphabetical order):
   
  * Hubert Feyrer, for getting the guide up to speed for NetBSD 2.0, and for    * Hubert Feyrer, for getting the guide up to speed for NetBSD 2.0, and for
    making numerous improvements to all chapters.     making numerous improvements to all chapters.
  * Jason R. Fink, for maintaining this document and integrating changes.   * Jason R. Fink, for maintaining this document and integrating changes.
  * Andreas Hallman, for his information in   * Andreas Hallman, for his information in
    [[Tunneling 6to4 through an IPFilter firewall|guide/net-practice#chap-net-practice-ipv6-6to4-ipf]]     [[Tunneling 6to4 through an IPFilter firewall|guide/net-practice#chap-net-practice-ipv6-6to4-ipf]]
  * Joel Knight for the   * Joel Knight for the
    [[Introduction to the Common Address Redundancy Protocol (CARP)|guide/carp]].      [[Introduction to the Common Address Redundancy Protocol (CARP)|guide/carp]].
    See below for for the accompanying license.     See below for for the accompanying license.
  * Daniel de Kok, for constant contributions of new chapters, maintenance of    * Daniel de Kok, for constant contributions of new chapters, maintenance of
    existing chapters and his translation work.     existing chapters and his translation work.
  * Hiroki Sato, for allowing us to build PDF and PS versions of this document.   * Hiroki Sato, for allowing us to build PDF and PS versions of this document.
  * Jan Schaumann, for maintenance work and `www/htdocs` management.   * Jan Schaumann, for maintenance work and `www/htdocs` management.
  * Lubomir Sedlacik, for some details on using CGD for swap in   * Lubomir Sedlacik, for some details on using CGD for swap in
    [[Suggestions and Warnings|guide/cgd#suggestions]]     [[Suggestions and Warnings|guide/cgd#suggestions]]
  * Dag-Erling Sm°rgrav, for the article on   * Dag-Erling Sm°rgrav, for the article on
    [[Pluggable Authentication Modules (PAM)|guide/pam]]. See below for the      [[Pluggable Authentication Modules (PAM)|guide/pam]]. See below for the
    accompanying license.     accompanying license.
  * Florian St÷hr, for   * Florian St÷hr, for
    [[Example: encrypted CDs/DVDs|guide/cgd#cryptocds]]     [[Example: encrypted CDs/DVDs|guide/cgd#cryptocds]]
Line 130  addition, special thanks go to (in alpha Line 130  addition, special thanks go to (in alpha
   
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