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  1. RedPhoenix

    So I Found This Website Where It Says That FreeBSD Is Based On The Linux Kernel... fsck? :(

    https://www.educba.com/linux-vs-bsd/ And in particular, here is the part of the Page where I got confused. The pic is attached below. Why, God, why...? :'‑( The whole page is not entirely inaccurate, but spreading wrong information is bad for those looking for a solid understanding of such...
  2. focaccio

    Unix and Linux - Network Subsystems

    Hi All, I'm a network engineer looking to better understand the network subsystem of FreeBSD (unix systems) and in particular how it differs from the linux kernel network subsystem. Any good links or books? I believe iproute2 (this is a package, not a subsystem, right?) is used by linux, so...
  3. vermaden

    HOWTO: Ghost in the Shell - Part 2

    I would like to share HOWTO in Ghost in the Shell series about efficient working in the UNIX shell environment. Ghost in the Shell - Part 2 https://vermaden.wordpress.com/2018/07/08/ghost-in-the-shell-part-2/
  4. R

    Help me with my problem

    I got a screenshot that i cannot post here cause supposedly it to big for the server so can ya'll email me at redeagle1998@outlook.com and i will send you the picture. Anyway let me give some background to this i work in a arcade and one of the games goes down and it happened to be temple run so...
  5. Yandri Loor

    how to modify the applications of the environment x11?

    Hola soy nuevo en FreeBSD, y toda la documentacion que he leido me parece muy interesante , ahora quiero saber como crear mi sistema operativo solo con el entorno de x11 y poder modicar las aplicaciones que utiliza Hi, I'm new to FreeBSD, and all the documentation I've read is very interesting...
  6. scorpizz

    Rsync link-dest problem

    Question: Is there a special way to use symbolic links in Rsync "--link-dest" ? Setup is a rsync deamon running on the FreeBSD server with a path to a module storage. On the client, rsync is executed with the following command: rsync -ah --hard-links --link-dest=../test /home/user...
  7. Tu_Vieja

    C/C++ Studying about compilers.

    Hi guys! Recently I got interested about compilers, how they works, how it analyzes the source code, how they translate code, how how how. The good thing for me is that I don't want to create a full compiler from scratch (yet), but instead I want to understand how the different parts works and...
  8. M

    How to transfer data between Linux and FreeBSD?

    Hello. Probably the title is a bit confusing so let me explain: At the moment I am a Linux user (unsupported Fedora version) but will migrate to FreeBSD in the near future, so I would like to backup my data in an external hard drive to use it in the future system. However, being a non-technical...
  9. Jared Manning

    I'm interested in studying operating systems

    Specifically UNIX-like administration and (eventually) low-level development. I'm currently studying for my CCNA Routing & Switching and the like to get me in the job market. There is no way I can currently consider taking out a college loan in the US, so I'm looking for books or online...
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