Here might be the home of a user maintained documentation project.
This project has found life following some discussions which occurred on misc@ mailing-list.
If you feel the documentation is not as you want it, please feel free to improve it and we will find it a home!
For now, send your docs to here.
Official OpenBSD documentation can be found here:
Some developers todo list
Various users group meeting
Note: The content published here in no way implies that the OpenBSD project or any member of the OpenBSD team sanctions or approves of such use. Do not complain to them if you find anything obsolete here. If you do find it unusable, inexact, obsolete or simply bad, then your help would be welcome to make it better. Send in your new document.
Complaints go here
Improvements are posted for everyone's benefit and we thank you for them!
Otherwise, constructive suggestions are more than welcome!
List of docs available at this time.All under the BSD license. If you disagree with the BSD license, don't send anything...
And don't forget to get your CD here to support the project!
New initiative for binary updates effort.
This is a best effort service to provide builds of the stable tree of OpenBSD (only kernel + userland, no file sets for X at the moment).
The goal is to build a new release(8) once a month and after a security fix is published. As this is done by a small group of volunteers, no guarantees can be given in any way.
These files can be used to install OpenBSD or update the system. If you are updating, don't untar the etcXX.tgz file, unless you want to wipe out your local configuration. See the OpenBSD FAQ for further instructions.
Please note that these files are not provided by the OpenBSD project. If you don't trust them, don't use them. Build your own binaries, (http://www.openbsd.org/stable.html) hire someone to do it for you or wait for the next release.
If you think something is missing or broken, please send an email to openbsd at z74 dot net.
Binary available here: ftp://ftp.su.se/pub/mirrors/openbsd_stable/
Thanks.Latest contribution by Chris Pfaff on September 03, 2016
OpenVPN on OpenBSD (6.0) (with EasyRSA 3)
VPN IKEv2 between a Windows 7 Road Warrior Host and an OpenBSD gateway (site-to-site)
Peter Hansteen's PF
OpenBSD: IPv6 Over IPv4 GRE Tunnel to Cisco Router (site-to-site)
IPv4/IPv6 Dual Stack BGP Configuration: OpenBGPD (site-to-site)
OpenBSD as a mail server (site-to-site)
Embedded OpenBSD (site-to-site)
How to use ed to edit /etc/fstab in single user mode
OpenBSD as a domain name server (site-to-site)
Redundant firewalls with OpenBSD, CARP and pfsync (site-to-site)
The Squid and the Blowfish (site-to-site)
Creating a custom OpenBSD RAM Disk (site-to-site)
Building VPNs on OpenBSD (site-to-site)
OpenBSD as a Primary Domain Controller (site-to-site)
Bandwidth Management for ADSL with OpenBSD (site-to-site PDF)
Network monitoring with Nagios and OpenBSD (site-to-site)
OpenBSD Firewall / VPN using IPsec (site-to-site)
Get KDE and KDM going
Using OpenBSD as a DHCP Server
OpenBSD 4.2 IDS solution - snort and base (site-to-site)
Quick Steps to an OpenBSD Desktop
Dual booting and swap sharing: OpenBSD and Debian GNU/Linux (site-to-site)
MySQL 5.0.x Installation and Setup.
OpenBSD Printing with CUPS, Ghostscript, and Gimp-Print
Playing audio CDs with OpenBSD using Grip
Installing Gallery 2
Apache VirtualHosts with suexec and chroot
Backup with dd and gzip
OpenBSD Diskless setup
Using OpenBSD and Snort to build ready to roll Network Intrusion Detection System Sensor
OpenBSD 3.7 and PPPoE
MySQL GUI Install
Gallery software working in chroot apache in OpenBSD
OpenBSD Dualboot Walkthrough (updated! Now supports Win95 - WinXP inclusive)
OpenBSD Desktop For Windows Users
How to configure Open NTPD
Getting gnome and GDM up and running.
OpenBSD 3.6 Gateway Mail Filter
Distributed user accounts
Running news from a chroot jail.
Notes about OpenBSD 3.5 like a webserver, with SSL, Php, MySQL and mod_security support.
Installing and configuring ezmlm-idx with qmail
Integrating qmail, qmail-scanner and NAI's
VirusScan for Linux on OpenBSD
Installing and Configuring qmail-ldap (OpenBSD 3.3)
The purpose of these documents is not to replace any existing documentation for any of the mentioned software components. The sole purpose of these documents is to explain how to set up said software/applications on OpenBSD, period. These documents are not meant to explain how OpenBSD works as that is well documented in the OpenBSD FAQ, which can be found on the OpenBSD website. These documents do not replace the OpenBSD FAQ but are here to provide supplementary instructions on the setup of said software/applications.
Send your docs to me for now.
As for any valuable content for "the Official OpenBSD FAQ", please do not send them here! First read Nick Holland's posting here and specially here, then if you think you have something of value for Nick, send it to him. For the rest, if it is good, send it here. As Nick put it, "I would expect independant projects would have different criteria, goals and such." So, take it as such. If anything here is valuable to you and useful, great, if not... maybe you can help!
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