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[How To] set or change the IP address on FreeBSD

To change the IP address on a FreeBSD system, use the ifconfig command pattern. sudo ifconfig interface_name inet new_ip_address netmask subnet_mask Example To change the IP address of the em0 interface to 192.168.1.100 with a …
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[How To] Change or set new IP address in FreeBSD

Use ifconfig -a command to get names of Ethernet interfaces ifconfig -a Use ifconfig command to set temporary IP address (till rebooting system). ifconfig re0 inet 202.54.1.22 To setup IP address permanently open file /etc/rc.conf, then …
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Officially announced FreeBSD 9.0

Capable of operating in Live-mode, available in versions Bootonly, DVD, CD and Memstick for platforms i386, amd64, powerpc, powerpc64, ia64 and sparc64. Among the key enhancements: The transition to the new modular installer BSDInstall, integration …
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[Review] FreeBSD 9.0

What’s New in FreeBSD 9.0 This article provides an overview of some of the new features available in FreeBSD 9.0. FreeBSD 9.0-RELEASE introduces many new features which benefit FreeBSD users, application developers, and companies that …
Blocking Skype in FreeBSD

Blocking Skype in FreeBSD

We need computer with Windows and Skype installed, preferably the latest version. Turning off all programs that could connect to the Internet, windows update and everything else. Lets enable Skype and log in, that it …
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How to connect USB Flash drive in FreeBSD

This how to shows how to enable root log in on fedora GUI Desktop. Open Terminal from Applications -> System Tools Type su - and then insert root pasword Edit /etc/pam.d/gdm configuration file (first create …

Setting up NFS server and client on FreeBSD and Linux [How To]

NFS server (FreeBSD): /etc/rc.conf: portmap_enable = "YES" nfs_server_enable = "YES" nfs_reserved_port_only = "YES" /etc/exports (FreeBSD) /usr/local/nfs-rw 192.168.1.2 /usr/local/nfs-ro-mapall = nobody-network 192.168.1-mask 255.255.255.0 /cdrom-alldirs, quiet, ro-network 192.168.33.0-mask 255.255.255.0 /etc/exports (For Linux) (start – service start portmap …