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Please show the partitioning scheme. Use "gpart show". You'll probably see a partition of type freebsd-ufs. The third column (small number) shows which slice it is. You have the device name above. For example, if you see "ada0" and "2", connect those two into "ada0p2".


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Of course it does, otherwise lots of basic hardware (ie network adapters) wouldn't work. Most of it - everything apart from two HighPoint drivers - is microcode. There is a mechanism to build the kernel without it - just define WITHOUT_SOURCELESS in /etc/src.conf and rebuild the kernel and world. As usual, it's all documented in the ...


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With any POSIX sed: $ sed -e'/hello/{' -e:1 -e'$!N;s/hello/world/2;t2' -eb1 -e\} -e:2 -en\;b2 <file hello world hello hello hello hello After the first match /hello/, we run into a loop. Inside loop :1, we read each Next line to the pattern space, doing substitute command for 2nd occurrence only. We test if the substitution success or not. If yes, we ...



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