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You can find more information about this operating system at the following site: http://freebsd.org
For handbook and documentation about this operating system at the following site: https://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/
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Started with AT&T source code. In 1991 NetBSD group at Berkeley, California was formed. Then a second group was formed and created FreeBSD. From there a third group adopted OpenBSD.

What is an Operating System?
The operating system communicates with the system hardware to control the computer's input/output systems. Keyboards and disk drives, and that loads and runs other programs. The operating system is also a set of mechanisms and policies that help define controlled sharing of system resources.
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