Berkeley Software Distribution is a UNIX-derived operating system developed at the University of California from 1977 through 1995.

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Recompiling FreeBSD-10 release from SVN source

I run 10.0-RELEASE on my server and I'm wondering something. If I do buildworld with official source from svn, will i be able to use freebsd-update to upgrade in the future or I have to settle with ...
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How to bridge Network interfaces on Debian/kFreeBSD

I have had problems finding a way to bridge network interfaces on Debian/kFreeBSD. My primary goal is to create 2 - 4 tap interfaces and bridge them with two physical Interfaces. The Syntax in ...
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how to access physical memory in BSD platform from terminal or using any system call ?

i just not know how to use mem command in BSD to access physical memory or virtual memory to get the ACPI tables and their Address ....... $mem Enter mem command not found .... so what can i do ? ...
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OS Distro benchmarks website?

Im looking for website which contains OS distro benchmarks (comparing in 32 & 64 bit, comparing PHP execution on the distro, etc.)
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Setting up a NFS Server on FreeBSD

I need to setup an NFS Server on FreeBSD, I have gone through a couple guides to try and get it running but can't quite get it going. I have the server running, but I seem to be having trouble ...
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How to enable console support OpenBSD, *BSD for GNS3?

Maybe someone know how to enable console support to activate a serial console access to VM. I can't find solution. Maybe someone know what I need to do step by step. All generic solutions do not work. ...
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pfsense live cd and boot options

I donwloaded pfsense live cd 2.1.3 and now I want to run pfsense from an usb cdrom drive. It loads a while and than crahses with "unable to mount ..." I know I have to choose boot option 3 in order ...
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tar: : Unable to continue traversing directory tree: Bad file descriptor

I get the above error when running tar -cjf from cron. However, if running the same command from the shell, as the same user, there are no errors. The system is FreeBSD 9.2, so this is BSD tar. Any ...
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OpenBSD Apache version 1.3.29? [closed]

I recently installed OpenBSD and went to check the version of Apache HTTPD and when I run httpd -v it tells me the version is Apache/1.3.29 (Unix). Surely this can't be right? I am using the latest ...
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hosting co. wildcard SSL cert: config & file location unknown

Hosting company has a wildcard SSL certificate for *.hostingco.com and they provide a DNS record my_id.hostingco.com that points to my IP. Server is FreeBSD 6.4 with Apache 2.2. I can see the ...
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Which distro support ReiserFS out of the box? [closed]

I need an OS distro (Linux, BSD ,or any other open source) which out of the box give option to use ReiserFS for the file system
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What is it that makes BSD a popular choice for firewalls? [closed]

What is it that makes BSD a popular choice for firewalls? Is the kernel generally more secure?
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Setting up a FreeBSD Server for packet filtering and routing [closed]

I have heard the many goods of using FreeBSD in Networking over Linux with utils such as pf and ipfw I currently have an multi tier application hosted on a vSphere environment with seperate servers ...
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Need help finding (linux compatible) source code for 'pathchar' program

Am unable to locate the source for pathchar (Van Jacobson's wonderful hack - http://www.caida.org/tools/utilities/others/pathchar/) inspite of searching over many places. What happened to it and is it ...
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Securing a server for service provider [closed]

I am looking at setting up a host that users can host services from. These are specific types of games and will require the user to log in. I'm bouncing between either bsd oor Debian to host, but I ...
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What operating system is used according to enclosed picture? [closed]

Sorry for the beginner question but can one guess what OS this is from the named folder in the structure? I was not allowed to post the picture but perhaps the link works. (have no text-based img). ...