I’m a professional sysadmin in the areas of networking and the BSD family of operating systems. OpenBSD is my operating system of choice whenever possible. From time to time I write some code or a post on this page, but that’s a hobby. The main goal is to write about things I’ve done and how I have done them. If you find it useful, that’s great. If not, I don’t care.
In most posts I describe smaller and bigger things I’ve done with OpenBSD and other open source software. The style is kind of storytelling. Why? Because I believe that it is important to document both: the working config and the decisions and experiences that led to it.
You are free to use any of the stuff I post on this site. I don’t take any responsibility for correctness or usefulness of it. If you decide to use it, you take the full responsibility for any result.
My posts usually contain a lot of links to the man pages of the OpenBSD project. Why? Because the documentation of the project is excellent. I strongly recommend you to read the man pages carefully.
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