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All-in-one guide for those looking to create a low cost firewall appliance Setting up your own OpenVPN Firewall appliance with FreeBSD (scribd.com)
My desktop dual boots Gentoo Linux and FreeBSD. When I installed Gentoo at the time I decided on splitting certain directories in distinct partition, so the I created a partition strictly for portage and opted for the ReiserFS filesystem. Today … Continue reading
Qestion: I want to use our NAS server to store backups. Our NAS supports FTP and CIFS / SMB sharing technology. How do I mount and store files on NAS using FreeBSD? How do I automate entire procedure using a … Continue reading
ccache is a compiler cache. It speeds up re-compilation of C/C++ code by caching previous compiles and detecting when the same compile is being done again. The following is a step by step guide to how to enable and use … Continue reading
Fusselbaer has posted some instructions on how to set up DesktopBSD running live from a USB memory stick. The instructions are in German and can’t unfortunately be automatically translated with Google Translate since the link is https. The steps and … Continue reading
“After loader support for ZFS was imported into FreeBSD around a month ago, I’ve been thinking of installing a ZFS-only system on my laptop. I also decided to try out using the GPT layout instead of using disklabels etc. The first thing I started with … Continue reading
step-by-step instructions Source: cyberciti.biz