NetBSD is a freely available open source version of Unix-derivative Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD); due to convenient license and portability, NetBSD is often used in embedded systems.

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Determining network interface names in NetBSD

Does anyone know if there is a way to determine what a network interface will be called in NetBSD if you know which NIC/driver you will be using before hand? I'm trying to automate parts of a NetBSD ...
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NetBSD/FreeBSD and TP-Link TL-WN727N: Second encounter

Moved from SU. First part at http://superuser.com/questions/975564/netbsd-and-tp-link-tl-wn727n-atheros-ar9271-or-ralink-rt5370 So, I've installed NetBSD 7 and device shown again as ugen(ugein, ...
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Automatic install NetBSD ISO

Is there some form of automated NetBSD installation? I would like to automate this manual process: https://www.netbsd.org/docs/guide/en/chap-exinst.html But I found no examples.
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Installation date and virtual status of the machine( For Darwin, FreeBSD and NetBSD)

How do I determine installation date (when the system was first booted) for Linux,Darwin, FreeBSD and NetBSD? Also, Is there any way to get the virtual status of the these machines (whether the ...
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NetBSD: /etc/man.conf man search path does not work

I've added a new man page directory /usr/local/share/man/man1b which contains files like e.g. troff.1b In /etc/man.conf I added _subdir ...some names... man1b _default ...
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A script to identify whether a file descriptor has gone bad

Problem : I have a server program running which connects to a remote program using TCP sockets. There many of them (say 20). My problem is one of the socket descriptor has gone bad and has recieved ...
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How to effectively get an US AltGr-Intl layout on NetBSD?

After switching to the us layout with wsconsctl -w encoding=us I was looking for a way to modify the keymap to my liking. I did: wsconsctl -w map+="keycode 1 = Cmd_Debugger Caps_Lock" wsconsctl -w ...
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Binding nonlocal address on NetBSD

This is not a programming question, but a question about NetBSD. Linux, FreeBSD and OpenBSD have mutually exclusive but similar interfaces to allow binding the local end of a connection to an address ...
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How to configure FreeBSD to run headless without hitting high interrupt rates?

When running headless (without monitor, keyboard, mouse attached) FreeBSD versions 8.2, 8.3, 9.0 and NetBSD version 5.0 has known issues (FreeBSD PR 156596, NetBSD 46596) to generate extremely high ...
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Looking for meta-recipe for installing homebrew recipes under BSD

Is there a way to install homebrew recipes under BSD? (NetBSD, to be more precise.) (To make matters worse, I don't have write access to /usr/local in this system, so I'd be installing homebrew ...
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Setup Huawei 3G modem under NetBSD

NetBSD 7 see my modem as u3g with ucom's. How I can setup it to work? Is NDIS available or only RAS?
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how to install gcc4.8 in netbsd 6.1.3?

I did a "make install" for lang/gcc48 in pkgsrc. It did built ok. However, when I do gcc --versions, the default gcc 4.5.3 is displayed. What steps do I need to do after the build?