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There isn't yet official package repository to RPI so you can't install any official program yet. There is an unofficial repository for ARM (and FreeBSD 11) here but it seems it's empty. I'm maintaning a small repository too but for FreeBSD 10.x - see here. Update: now (07.02.2015.) the unofficial FreeBSD 11 repository contains packages.
I'm not sure what release you're using, but I'm assuming 10.1, currently the latest. The installation process is described in the 10.1-RELEASE errata: Create a /dist directory and mount the DVD. # mkdir -p /dist # mount -t cd9660 /dev/cd0 /dist Make sure REPOS_DIR is correctly pointing to your local repository. # export REPOS_DIR=/dist/packages/repos ...
I think it's going to be tricky to find something to covert a .fnt file into TrueType. As has been mentioned by @Octopus, the former is a raster font and the latter is vector based. In addition, I believe the console font files used by FreeBSD and OpenBSD are not the same format as used by Windows, making finding a converter even trickier. You'll be better ...
By default, the user agent string in Chromium does not include Chromium. This means that, to a server, there's no distinction between a user running Chrome and a user running Chromium (given the versions are the same). However, distros compiling Chromium on their own can change what the default user agent string is. This is what Ubuntu does (at least). For ...
The virtio drivers are included in FreeBSD 10.1, so there's no need to install the port, hence the error message. (Perhaps it could be made clearer). So all you need to do is kldload virtio or kldload virtio_blk. Though in many situations where you need these, they're going to be already loaded for you at boot.
This seems like a drive-by question because of the missing "Why?". Short version: "No - use CHD" Some of the UCLA work with TCP Westwood was done on FreeBSD 4.4 http://web.cs.ucla.edu/~nrl/rr2002/poster/mvalla-0.pdf You can find the Westwood+ source at: http://c3lab.poliba.it/index.php/Westwood TCP Westwood was a modification to TCP New Reno. It does not ...
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