Up to now, I have always used iocage with the release of the host system. Today, I wanted to try to create a jail with the 9.3-RELEASE but I ended up with a 10.2-RELEASE on the jail. To be sure I did things properly, I did the following steps.
# iocage clean -r
WARNING: this will destroy all...
Hi! I'm having troubles trying to communicate to an USB device (usb2serial cable attached to a VantagePro2). It seems I'm not understanding how devfs works. This is the ruleset I created for the jail:
add include $devfsrules_hide_all
Hi - This is driving me mad..
FreeBSD 10.1-RELEASE FreeBSD 10.1-RELEASE #0 r274401
I'm running lots of websites with www/apache24. I have developers looking access to modify files. I don't want to give access to server just to applicable sites. My setup is as follows:
I create user accounts...
The main reason to put a browser in a jail is quite simple : browsers cannot be trusted. They are too much exposed. Executing a browser inside a jail is a way to be sure that the damages induced by a malicious software are contained (as much as possible). I decided to write this...
Someone know if the settings from Host are inherited inside of Jail?
For example, in the Host I have make an dataset like:
zfs create -o compression=off -o exec=off -o recordsize=16k -o setuid=off zroot/var/db/mysql
My concern is about the recordsize, since I dont know how to check it...
I'm new to IPv6 networking and trying to set up jails using sysutils/iocage-devel on FreeBSD 10.2R amd64 in Hetzner, who charge for every extra IPv4 but give you an IPv6/64 free with every root server.
I've got DNS lookups working over UDP from the jail to the host successfully drill -u -6...