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SirDice

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I stongly suggest learning some basic UNIX skills. You're not only new at FreeBSD but you appear to be new at anything UNIX-like. Which is fine of course, we all had to start somewhere.

What kind of computing experience do you have? Only Windows? Have you ever tried MacOS or a Linux? Tell us a bit about your level of knowledge. Then we can provide better answers.
 

ShelLuser

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I'm newbie ini OS Freebsd, please help me how open log ini freebsd.
Log files can be found in /var/log, the configuration for those log files is usually /etc/syslog.conf.

To be honest I don't understand your question at all, so I'm giving a general response of what I think the question could have meant. A good source of information is the FreeBSD handbook, which is also available in multiple languages, so maybe that could also be a good information resource for you.
 
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Log files can be found in /var/log, the configuration for those log files is usually /etc/syslog.conf.

To be honest I don't understand your question at all, so I'm giving a general response of what I think the question could have meant. A good source of information is the FreeBSD handbook, which is also available in multiple languages, so maybe that could also be a good information resource for you.
Code:
[root@xxx ~]# /etc/syslog.conf
-bash: /etc/syslog.conf: Permission denied
Why permission denied?
 

SirDice

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Because you're trying to execute a non-executable file.
 
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