So I just ordered 3 books on FreeBSD from Amazon. In most of the reviews posted there about the books, people were complaining about weak documentation, too much information about things that they were not interested in, and errors in the in the books which seems to be the most common complaint. In my very short recent history with FreeBSD, I've formed the opinion that documenting FreeBSD is it's greatest weakness. FreeBSD needs someone who can actually type to write a good book for beginners who have never seen UNIX code. A book is needed with examples that actually WORK! Examples that are explained in plain English. There seems to be very few books on FreeBSD around.
I have decided that it is a very good operating system which I need to learn more about. And yes, I have all of the links that everyone sent me. Thanks for all of the info.
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