# Generated by resolvconf
If something triggers generation of the file, the generator will take no notice of what you wrote into the file.
Instead: resolvconf.conf(5) is the configuration file …
Maybe no longer necessary to specify font paths and so on. Various package messages are outdated.
My /usr/local/etc/X11/xorg.conf.d is empty.
This morning I found and set aside an old /usr/local/etc/xorg.conf.
Five files here, I don't recall creating or editing them, I'm inclined to leave...
I suspect that in reality, the FreeBSD community gives attention to things other than the given FreeBSD Community Proposals area.
One of the three proposals is apparently a draft since 2017 however (if I'm not mistaken) in reality it was accepted and implemented in 2018.
Spun off from <https://forums.FreeBSD.org/threads/82101/post-532410> and thereabouts
I don't attempt to remove vi.
Instead, I habitually edit things such as /etc/profile so that EDITOR and VISUAL will be something other than vi. For myself...
I'm only vaguely aware of Wayland, I had in mind that it was somehow unreasonably difficult to perform commonplace tasks such as taking screenshots or recording the screen… search engine results suggest that I'm mistaken.
If I'm not mistaken, search results also suggest that PipeWire can play...
I guess, the redness of the latter is because it can not be distinguished from the former. Visualise these:
<title>Building A FreeBSD Desktop From Scratch</title <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, user-scalable=yes" />
</title <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width...
For what it's worth, I haven't noticed any problem since (a few weeks or months ago) I weeded the supposedly superfluous links, from my everyday environment, however this is 14.0 CURRENT.
PS, that's not to recommend removal. (The weeding was performed after comparing notes...
Rocking. With. Laughter. This. Is. Why. I. Don't. Use. Vi.
Seriously. Laughs aside. This: <https://forums.FreeBSD.org/threads/8877/post-519987>, and when I tested before posting the UX was so alien to me, with things disappearing unexpectedly and so on, I couldn't tell the difference between...
With the clean installation above and below, I see:
two regular files /.cshrc and /root/.cshrc plus one character special file for inode 28 with two links, not three
two regular files /.profile and /root/.profile plus one character special file for inode 30 with two links, not three