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This is because you will be running the Linux version, and currently the Linux "emulator" for FreeBSD currently only supports 32bit Linux. (I put "emulator" in quotes because it's not really an emulator, it's really just a syscall translator. And there's work to add 64bit Linux support going on, but until then only 32bit Linux binaries can be run.) ...


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Freebsd has a kernel module, pefs, that can perform filesystem (directory) encryption. http://www.bsdnow.tv/tutorials/pefs has a tutorial on encrypting a user's home directory and tying that to PAM at login.


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I am using Ubuntu Server 12.04 and I tried the above solutions. However, I found that simplest and easiest way was in 10-auth.conf to set auth_username_format = %n I use PAM for the authentication which is the default in Ubuntu 12.04.


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You likely need to do: ifconfig tap0 up and/or add net.link.tap.up_on_open=1 to /etc/sysctl.conf to make it auto-up Normally the tap interface doesn't come up until you give it an IP. This should make the bridge work. To configure the bridge in rc.conf: cloned_interfaces="bridge0 tap0" ifconfig_bridge0="addm igb0 addm tap0 up" you also need: ...


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There's nothing like mac_portacl in the Linux kernel, but there are a couple of things that can be used to achieve more or less the same result. You can use portreserve to preemptively bind the ports, and allow the user sudo access to release only the port(s) they should have access to. This is easy to configure but is limited in what you can achieve. You ...


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You use geli setkey. To change from an existing key + phrase to a new key + phrase, you need to specify both the old and the new pair, like so: $ geli setkey -v -k /boot/old.key -K /boot/new.key /dev/md9 Enter passphrase: oldphrase Enter new passphrase: newphrase Reenter new passphrase: newphrase Decrypted Master Key 0. Note, that the master key encrypted ...


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This command: rm /root/.history should do what you're after, though it may be getting written back out when you logout. If you simply want history never stored, you could do this: echo > /root/.history chflags schg /root/.history which empties the file then sets it immutable.


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Not 100% sure if HISTSIZE variable exists in (t)csh, but it might. So try with setenv HISTSIZE 0 rm -f /root/.history And see if it helps.


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You need to use the gateway address that should have been given to you by the VPS provider. Unfortunately, I know who your provider is, and they apparently do not tell the customer the gateway address as normal procedure, requiring a support ticket just to learn the gateway address. Try 2a00:f48:1024::1. If it doesn't work, open a ticket with the provider. ...



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