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This tutorial will guide you every step of the way through installing PC-BSD 7 in VMware Fusion (version 2.0).
Linux/BSD: sharing experiences is a blog with useful howtos for FreeBSD and Linux. The latest howto is on setting up MLDonkey on an old, headless, PC. MLDonkey is an open source, free software multi-network peer-to-peer application. Currently the following protocols are … Continue reading
Chris Arnold has been able to get Google Chrome to run on FreeBSD 7.0 under Wine. He’s written up a step-by-step procedure how to get this done. Well done, Chris, and thanks for dropping me a line.
Having a working RAID and data mirroring set up on your server/PC is great for when your one of your hard disks dies, but what to do when this really happens to you? How do you get that data back? This article … Continue reading
There are two ways to install a new hard disk under FreeBSD system. You can use all command line utilities such as fdisk, bsdlabel and newfs to create partitions, label and format it. This method requires complete understanding of BSD … Continue reading
Squid is a caching proxy and conserving badwidth application for the Web supporting HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, and more. It reduces bandwidth and improves response times by caching and reusing frequently-requested web pages. Squid has extensive access controls and makes a … Continue reading
Turn the system off. Hit ESC when the OS boots up Choose to boot into Single User Mode (option 4) Select the default shell (/bin/sh) When the machine is booted up and you see the prompt, enter: mount -u / … Continue reading