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NOTE: 192.168.1.9 is client and 14 is server and is work fine in my two server .... Client pf.conf : block all pass in on em0 inet proto { tcp udp } from 192.168.1.14 to em0 port { sunrpc nfsd-status nfsd-keepalive nfsd lockd } pass out on em0 inet proto { tcp udp } from em0 to 192.168.1.14 port { sunrpc nfsd-status nfsd-keepalive nfsd lockd } Server ...


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I havent used nslookup in some time, but doesnt that result mean that the name resolution was performed against 80.67.0.2 and not 192.168.1.51 (which I assume is your router)? I'd guess that somehow your computer is not using your dnsmasq instance to do name resolution.


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ca_root_nss is included by default. openssl probably just needs to be pointed to the cert.pem file if you're calling it directly like that. Using fetch instead, 'fetch https://fbstatic-a.akamaihd.net', will verify whether the cert is recognized by the OS in general.


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Try the following Require not ip 118.168 118.169 118.170 118.171


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gettext port has been splitted into two different ports so you have outdates software that should be updated prior to the installations. First, update your ports tree: portsnap fetch update This may take a while. Then you have to install handful tool portmaster: make -C /usr/ports/ports-mgmt/portmaster install clean Then you have to check whether ...


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Will pkg install p5-Locale-gettext help you? (be careful if it offers removal and/or reinstallation of other packages)


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Drop-in replacement for MySQL-5.6 is MariaDB-10.0.x, not the 5.5 release. And even then I'm not sure all features of Mysql already ported to the MariaDB. At the time current version of databases/mariadb100-server is 10.0.17. You can replace ports this way: pkg delete -f mysql56-server pkg delete -f mysql56-client make -C ...


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I'm now able to answer my own question. Following a hint from the unixODBC mailinglist 1 I invoked odbcinst -i -s -f /usr/local/etc/odbc.ini and now I am able to connect to the server via osql.


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After various days of troubleshooting , it turns out that the issue with because I was using an outdated version of VMWare. Updating the VMWare to its latest version solved this issue for me


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Your assumptions are correct. The difference between using a ZVOL and file-backed md(4), from the user point of view, is not that big. Mostly that ZVOL will always be there, and the md disks need to be reattached after reboot. As for growing - both ZVOL and file-backed md disks "grow" automatically, ie are sparse. The geli manual recommends overwriting ...


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You cannot mount the boot partition, because there is no filesystem there. The dump method should work, though. It won't trip on locked files, unless you use mandatory locking (which would be rather weird in the first place). When dump "locks up", could you press ^T (ctrl-t) to see what exactly is going on?


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I think you may want to use the Feature "mailertable" https://www.sendmail.com/sm/open_source/docs/m4/mailertables.html


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Yes, I was able to boot using USB for Dell T320. The steps are below. Reboot the server Press F11 to enter the boot menu Select the Boot Menu option It will scan for boot devices Go to Hard disk using Arrow keys This is the point where you get a secondary menu with the option to select the USB attached device Select it and press Enter. It will ...


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The variable noone talked about is called PHPBASE: It allows working with multiple PHP installs on a FreeBSD server, placing each in it's own directory. It's then used in make.conf to point specific PHP modules (php52-somethings vs. php54-somethings) at the right "base" directory. I've seen it used a few times, but didn't dare try it myself, so far. When I ...



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