Hello. I have such a problem.
I have FreeBSD 12.1-RELEASE router (with 3 interfaces) - LAN HOME(192.168.22.), LAN WORK(192.168.11.), WAN(126.96.36.199)
My router connect to NordVPN over OpenVPN as a client (creates new TUN0 with address 10.8.0.3)
I want now to nat only one host from LAN_HOME (...
Disclaimer: I am honestly a little excited about recent developments so expect to find some (small) opinionated parts in this guide. Nothing excessive mind you, but I can sometimes get a little carried away and despite some believes I never really plan guides like this.
Hello, whenever I run clinfo or clpeak I get this error:
Device: AMD CEDAR (DRM 2.50.0 / 12.2-RELEASE-p3, LLVM 10.0.1)
Driver version : 20.2.3 (FreeBSD)
Compute units : 2
Clock frequency : 650 MHz
Segmentation fault (core dumped)
Being in the process of doing that for myself, I think it can be useful to put together a list of the most recent / breadth-some links on how to run FreeBSD as a full-fledged workstation.
(after having done the same for openbsd, although there probably are far less pages)
Here is my first catch...
I would like to compile part of the FreeBSD sources (compiling on FreeBSD) for a different target string, e.g. x86_64-pc-linux-gnu. Is there a way to specifiy make to compile for this architecture/target?
Thank you for your consideration,
On my HP xw9400, when I boot from a stick with FreeBSD-12.1-RELEASE-amd64, I get a list as follows
BIOS drive C: is disk0
BIOS drive H: is disk5
Then it hangs at the vertical bar. Why might this be?
So I upgrade my main workstation from FreeBSD 11.3 (FreeBSD 11.3-release-p14) to 11.4 (FreeBSD 11.4-release-p4) today.
root@kg-core2# freebsd-version -ku
root@kg-core2# uname -a
FreeBSD kg-core2.kg4.no 11.4-RELEASE-p3 FreeBSD 11.4-RELEASE-p3 #0: Tue Sep 1...
I am trying to use the rpki-client without success...
# pkg search rpki
rpki-client-6.7.p1 Resource Public Key Infrastructure (RPKI) implementation from OpenBSD
# pkg install rpki-client
# ls /usr/local/etc/rpki/
afrinic.tal apnic.tal lacnic.tal...
Is there a way to use a virtual network interface on a physical FreeBSD host?
TL;DR - yes - use epair interfaces.
Background: I have this new and quite cheap laptop (Lenovo ideapad 530S-14ARR). It was on outlet sale, therefore cheap. It doesn't have a wired ethernet interface, and the wireless...
Sometimes when we install some binary packages (such as k3b / isc-dhcpd) and instruction of additional configuration is displayed on a console. I guess this is official documentation related with compiled port (binary package is just a compiled port).
I would like to read that...
In case you missed it, the FreeBSD foundation is hosting FreeBSD Fridays and Office Hours. These events are synchronous, live sessions, where the host(s) talk about, demonstrate, or answer questions in real time. The video portion is livestreamed and there is a IRC chatroom associated with...
I've looked at the Handbook, Developer's handbook, and pored through a number of google searches and haven't found what I'm looking for. I would like to learn to write network programs on FreeBSD, in C. What is a good way for me to learn the basics? I have seen lots of books, but I'm a little...
Setting up obs studio on freebsd
Boot up with the external usb mic plugged in
+ install obs and obs browser plugin
# pkg install obs-studio-25.0.4 obs-qtwebkit-g2018090201_2
+ set the xdg_runtime_directory directory to /tmp/username for pulseaudio
edit your shell config file, replace vi...
I recently switched from dwm to xmonad
and made a few videos about setting up xmonad on freebsd
I am trying to put FreeBSD 11.4 or 12.1 on my RasPi original and after I power it on it goes through the boot process but says it can't find a device to write too. I have an 8GB SD card in there. If I can get a video of it I will post. But wanted to see if anyone had experienced this as well.