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I believe most if not all "distributions" (be it Linux or *BSD) have a default index.html page in /var/www/ or some other location. For any UNIX-like operating system, just install Apache or nginx using the package manager, then install Joomla, Drupal, Wordpress or any other CMS/website software that you want to install per their installation instructions and off to the races you are. Depending on the CMS you might also need to install a SQL server, just follow their instructions.I don't know if it's in the right category, but I can't find any material explaining how I can make my own linux or freebsd distro that comes with an integrated web server and an html page by default within var / www
pkg install apache24or
pkg install nginxis all that's needed.
I agree.Perhaps better is to ask yourself (and thus explain to us) what it is you want to achieve. That way we can offer better help.
Erhm, it refers to 5.2.1-RELEASE, which was released almost 15 years ago. It not only appears outdated, it's actually seriously outdated. That said, much of it is still valid. Some commands are a little different but the basic process is still the same.apparently it is outdated
Why would you want that? I would rather invest my time in learning Ansible: install FreeBSD on a server and then install Apache/nginx using Ansible, together with other tools and a default website or whatever.thanks to all for the answers, but I think I could not express myself well, I wanted to learn how to create a "distribution" of freebsd that would come with apache or nginx installed, I took a look at this tutorial, http://romana.now.ie/writing/customfreebsdiso.html but apparently it is outdated because pkg_addr no longer works. could you guide me? SirDice tommiie drhowarddrfine