On Mon, Aug 17, 2009 at 12:19:25PM -0500, Adam Vande More wrote:
> > But, the best thing is to get a computer, install FreeBSD and tinker
> > around with it until you get a good feel for it.
> > ////jerry
> 7 years later...
It doesn't take that long.
Using it for a couple of months begins to create a good familiarity.
Now, if you really want to be an expert - few of us are that - then you
need to pick some problems or improvements, build the changes and
submit them for inclusion. - eg become a FreeBSD developer.
But, to become an effective user does not require that much.
It is just easier to 'visualize' it when you are really using
it in addition to just reading about it.
> Adam Vande More
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