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.
Note: this is a somewhat opinionated writing, but I can back up all my statements with evidence (and I will). I also want to point out that my post isn't necessarily meant to talk down on Linux (hence not mentioning it in the topic), but after seeing all this I did feel like outing a critical...
After migrate some Makefile from FreeBSD6 to new one (FreeBSD11) make file doesn't work. Maybe this is caused by something else ? I don't know. Currently I have even such basic Makefile:
and after make command I get:
make: exec(bin/generator.pl) failed...
I have installed java/eclipse (by using pkg) along with some additional plugins for C/C++ (CDT) and Python (PyDev) development. Instead of using available ports for java/eclipse-cdt and java/eclipse-pydev, I have chosen to install these plugins by using the "Help --> Install New...
I switched only recently to FreeBSD from Debian GNU/Linux.
Is there an equivalent of debsecan for FreeBSD?
debsecan scans all installed packages and looks for vulnerabilities in the
CVE database: http://www.cvedetails.com
So after running Xorg -configure, and using the SCFB Driver, Wine doesn't report any issues with the Display..... :D Now, when I run Wine64, or Wine, either gives me the error that
err:winedevice:ServiceMain Failed to load L"win32k.sys"
Any advice.....? :3 Also, is there any way I can...
Just curious, What can I so with WebRTC today using FreeBSD. Any 'complete' ports I should start looking at? Could I easily add some sort of WebRTC based audio/video/messaging/file-sharing system to my home server(s) and then my family could start using that system via browsers and/or apps on...
I'm having a problem with a HiFace Two DAC connected to an Ubuntu guest on VirtualBox.
The host is a NAS4Free (FreeBSD based).
On a bare Ubuntu I get this module correct working and reported like this in Ubuntu:
[1191641.895471] usbcore: registered new interface driver snd-usb-hiface...
I'm wondering if it is possible to manage blacklistd.db
/var/db/blacklistd.db: Berkeley DB 1.85 (Hash, version 2, native byte-order)
I want to have option to remove entry from this file
I'm new to BSD, I was a distro-hopper in Linux for a while and have been experiencing difficulties in making the MATE desktop work,
After running the command
To test the GUI I get this message,
WARNING **: Cannot open display;
I already downloaded Xorg so this should be...
I'm new in using FreeBSD 11 but really I want to make it my primary system with arch.
I read a lot in FreeBSD forum and handbook, I'm glade to do that.
I begin with installed it in VirtualBox and take a time until i realize I'm ready to do it in my hard like a primary partition with other...
I want to create a mini-distribution for MIPS or ARM based low-RAM low-ROM devices based on FreeBSD. It will be like pfsense. I will provide a way people to use FreeBSD's features without knowing much about FreeBSD. Still they will be able to reach the command line if they want to.
I'm going to guide you though the process of getting a fully functional FreeBSD 13.0-RELEASE desktop up and running, complete with system files and security settings, step-by-step as if you've never used UNIX or the command line. Now let's get started:
Insert your boot media and at the Welcome...
I've came from Debian and a long time ago used FreeBSD 4.0/ 4.1 and now I feel to start using FreeBSD again. So to prepare myself, I've run inside VirtualBox, freebsd10-3-bootonly iso, and succesfully installed the base system.
Reading somewhere told me pkg install xorg was...