I have constant problems with virtualbox and usb. There is this bug report for actual VirtualBox 5.1.x:
So I downgraded (compiled from ports) VirtualBox 5.0.26, which is latest working VirtualBox with USB 1.1 passthrough. On my...
Not so sure about the appropriate forum for this question, but it's mostly a GPU/Driver related question…
I'm running a multi-OS/multi-headed workstation based upon VMware ESXi (5.5 for now). It sports multiple Radeon GPUs and USB controllers. I'm running few guest VMs: an old OSX desktop...
I'm currently running a server based on FreeBSD 10.3. I'm using jails to separate all the running services. Since I only have one public IPv4 address, I use PF and a nginx-proxy to redirect to the specific jails inside the NAT.
My plan is to use 11.0 and it's enhanced bhyve features to...
I am trying to run FreeBSD as a guest on KVM (Ubuntu). I am wanting to try to mount a folder using the Filesystem config but I can't seem to find anything that definitively says that FreeBSD supports 9p mounts. If you run the mount command it says "Operation not supported by device"
I have a VM running FreeBSD-CURRENT in bhyve but I could not get the network working properly.
I created tap0 and bridge0 interfaces as described in the relevant chapter of the handbook. I have only a wireless NIC, so I followed the advice in bhyve wiki page and created proper pf...
Hello, I'm build kernel with options for Bhyve:
It's ok and it works.
But, I can't find anywhere option for vmm like: device vmm.
With this option kernel can't build. My configuration for bhyve works when I add to /boot/loader.conf
I'm a college student and don't know much about computers
But I'm trying to make a Wiki with my friends upon support from school.
I heard that ZFS file system is strong against silent data corruption
So I got interest in FreeBSD.
My question is,
I think we'll gonna use Xen...
Dear FreeBSD users,
I am running FreeBSD 10.1-RELEASE as a host for emulators/virtualbox and created a guest with Kali Linux for security testing purpose. The guest has networking configured with default Virtualbox NAT (IP: 10.0.2.15 GW:10.0.2.2)
My host local network IP is 192.168.0.10 and my...