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 I need your help
Author: Loren Porter 
Date:   21-07-00 01:15

I am doing a project for school and need to know some information regarding the Unix FreeBSD version 3.5

What types of primary and secondary storage is Unix FreeBSD designed to interface with and what size storage can be addressed?

Is the operating system capable of using special hardware to speed processing? If so, what hardware.

What peripherals can the operating system support?

Please help...

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 RE: I need your help
Author: Dan Langille 
Date:   21-07-00 11:56

ummm, have you tried http://freebsd.org/ ? I think all of your answers are there.

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 RE: I need your help
Author: Chris Edmiston 
Date:   21-07-00 14:51

high school in july? what is this world coming to?

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 RE: I need your help
Author: Dan Langille 
Date:   22-07-00 15:48

I know you're joking. But this is a pet peeve of mine, especially since I moved to NZ from Canada. The world does not revolve around the common summer holidays as usually found in USA/Canada. Here in NZ, the main school holidays are December/January, the peak of summer.

Also, school could be anything. High school. University. College. He might be preparing for the upcoming year.

Only one of my email addresses is .nz, and that one is rarely used. You can't tell where someone lives from their email address. They could be anywhere.

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