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/etc/defaults/rc.conf (FreeBSD system start-up) [System Files]

In FreeBSD the primary start-up configuration file is /etc/defaults/rc.conf. System startup scripts such as /etc/rc and /etc/rc.d just include this file. If you want to add other programs to system startup you need to change /etc/rc.conf file instead of /etc/defaults/rc.conf. NEWER CHANGE...

/etc/group [System Files]

/etc/group is a text file which defines the groups to which users belong under Linux and UNIX operating system. Under Unix / Linux multiple users can be categorized into groups. Unix file system permissions are organized into three classes, user, group, and others. Here is example of /etc/group file: cat...

/etc/services (Default Port Numbers) [System Files]

/etc/defaults/rc.conf Here is the original FreeBSD /etc/services file # /etc/services: # $Id: etcservices.txt,v 1.2 2005/12/18 13:54:31 francis Exp $ # # Network services, Internet style # # Note that it is presently the policy of IANA to assign a single well-known # port number for both TCP and UDP; hence,...