Hey guys. :) I come to you with a new problem. :) I'm currently running FreeBSD on my pretty new HP 15-bs212wm. From what I have gathered from Windows and Linux, which are also installed on the same Laptop, it's got either Realtek or Intel for the Wireless, and, as it says clearly on...
This is a public "note to self" that I hope will be useful to somebody out there.
This evening I wanted to install FreeBSD in a VM under KVM on a Linux VM-host.
Also, when I install FreeBSD with ZFS (Read: Always), I like to partition and setup the disks by hand via the "Shell" option in the...
I'm trying to migrate my current home DIY Nas from Ubuntu Server to FreeBSD, and I'm "stumbling on small stones" as we used to say in my native idiom.
In order to backup and restore my data, I formatted some external HDDs in ext2 filesystem. They are perfectly readble/writable in Linux...
Assumptions: Onion router for web browsing with tor DNS, and unlock 80, and 443 port.
What we need: Some time. Some PC or Server or ThinClient, for me is Fuitsu Futro s450 with 2GB of ram and USB LAN adapter, for future is possible to instal into it Network Card at PCI-e or PCI bus.
Is it possible to put FreeBSD on an ssd and boot from that on my computer? I use a mmc-sd with my raspbsd but was wondering if its possible to have a regular FreeBSD system on a mmc-sd card? I know I would probably be getting 80mb speeds but I am only going to be programming and shell scripting...
I would like to share setup of 5-node MongoDB replica set cluster on FreeBSD, its an addendum to the earlier article so use these two as one for complete FreeBSD setup.
Addendum - MongoDB Replica Set Cluster on FreeBSD...
FreeBSD is plain and simple my all time favorite Unix operating system. And yes: technically speaking it's Unix-like but that's mostly due to licensing concerns. If you look at the backwards compatibility aspects (see /usr/src/sys/amd64/conf/GENERIC, the COMPAT_FREEBSDxx...
I hope that I am posting in the right section.
My father has a desktop machine with Windows 10 installed and I intend to replace Windows 10 with FreeBSD 11.1-Release. The problem is that I don´t know where should I search in Windows in order to have hardware information to determine...
I installed FreeBSD 11.1 with Kde and it works. (It doesnt have gpu accelerator but works anyway)
Question is how can I create bootable Windows10 usb or Ubuntu usb in FreeBSD?
I downloaded the ubuntu-16.04.4-desktop-amd64.iso file. If it's possible I can download Windows10-x64.iso too.
I want encrypt external USB drive, at this moment I use dm-crypt (XFS filesystem), but I cannot read this drive under freeBSD.
Do you know any software, which can encrypt drive and it will work on Linux and FreeBSD?
At this moment i think about TrueCrypt,but maybe you know something better.
I am a regular linux user of about 10 years. I am now looking to learn freeBSD. icsdhcp,gateways,ipsec and pf, ect. I am using vmware to create my network and finding that i read a doc on dhcp.conf and realize 1h later its for a version 2 years old and openBSD.
I would like...
I have a USB2, external hard drive, formatted under UFS. It was working perfectly, but after an electric black out, im not able to mount or fsck the external drive anymore.
dmesg | grep ^da
da0 at umass-sim0 bus 0 scbus6 target 0 lun 0
SO yeah, at the time of writing I'm sitting behind my latest acquirement: a Dell PowerEdge SC1420, tower model. Its previous owner had no use for it anymore and so it ended up with me. Originally it ran several Windows versions and Ubuntu Linux but because I'm mostly...
Almost every single ipfw ruleset I create has this as the very first rule:
allow tcp from any to any established
... and I just noticed that ipfw allows me to specify a port on this rule:
allow tcp from any to any 22 established
If I create a new connection to port 22, I need a rule to allow...
I've been using sysutil/tmux a long time already but right now I'm seriously considering to move back to Screen because I've just about had it with all the weird stuff that surrounds it. I'm wasting way too much time over this.
It started a few versions back when I began noticing that...
The HiKey 960 development platform is based around the Huawei Kirin 960 octa-core ARM® big.LITTLE™ processor with four ARM Cortex®-A73 and four Cortex-A53 cores with 3GB of LPDDR4 SDRAM memory, 32GB of UFS 2.0 flash storage, and the latest generation Mali™ G71 MP8 graphics processor...
I am creating a custom build of FreeBSD using the release.
I would like to know if I can customize the packages that are installed in the system installation. For example, I would like to add the installation of the bash, vim, and so in the system.