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A method of locating a resource, such as a document on the Internet and a means to identify that resource.
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Time Stamp Counter
A profiling counter internal to modern <trademark class="registered">Pentium</trademark> processors that counts core frequency clock ticks.
Transmission Control Protocol
A protocol that sits on top of (e.g.) the <acronym>IP</acronym> protocol and guarantees that packets are delivered in a reliable, ordered, fashion.
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol
The term for the combination of the <acronym>TCP</acronym> protocol running over the <acronym>IP</acronym> protocol. Much of the Internet runs over <acronym>TCP/IP</acronym>.
An <acronym>RS232C</acronym> pin or wire that data is transmitted on.
Trivial <acronym>FTP</acronym>
Uniform Resource Locator
A method of locating a resource, such as a document on the Internet and a means to identify that resource.
Unix File System Version 1
The original <trademark class="registered">UNIX</trademark> file system, sometimes called the Berkeley Fast File System.
Unix File System Version 2
An extension to <acronym>UFS1</acronym>, introduced in FreeBSD 5-CURRENT. <acronym>UFS2</acronym> adds 64 bit block pointers (breaking the 1T barrier), support for extended file storage and other features.
Universal Serial Bus
A hardware standard used to connect a wide variety of computer peripherals to a universal interface.
User ID
A unique number assigned to each user of a computer, by which the resources and permissions assigned to that user can be identified.
User Datagram Protocol
A simple, unreliable datagram protocol which is used for exchanging data on a TCP/IP network. <acronym>UDP</acronym> does not provide error checking and correction like <acronym>TCP</acronym>.
Virtual Private Network
A method of using a public telecommunication such as the Internet, to provide remote access to a localized network, such as a corporate <acronym>LAN</acronym>.
This book is the combined work of hundreds of contributors to <quote>The FreeBSD Documentation Project</quote>. The text is authored in XML according to the DocBook DTD and is formatted from XML into many different presentation formats using XSLT. The printed version of this document would not be possible without Donald Knuth's <application>TeX</application> typesetting language, Leslie Lamport's <application>LaTeX</application>, or Sebastian Rahtz's <application>JadeTeX</application> macro package. Este libro es el trabajo combinado de cientos de colaboradores de <quote> The FreeBSD Documentation Project </quote>. El texto se crea en XML de acuerdo con DocBook DTD y se formatea desde XML en muchos formatos de presentación diferentes utilizando XSLT. La versión impresa de este documento no sería posible sin el lenguaje de composición tipográfica <application> TeX </application> de Donald Knuth, el <application> LaTeX </application> de Leslie Lamport o el paquete de macros <application> JadeTeX </application> de Sebastian Rahtz.


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