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The conventional way to convert terminfo to termcap is with infocmp -Cr The infocmp option -C tells infocmp to use termcap names, and the -r option tells it to translate terminfo capabilities to termcap format. Some (such as the expressions used in sgr) will not translate, and infocmp may leave commented-out capabilities if there is enough space. By "...


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Looks to me like it's a bug in your version of the zfs command. Maybe check the FreeBSD bug reports. Almost certainly it's just an output/display bug (I think you'd notice seriously weird behaviour if it was a deeper problem with storage accounting) zfsonlinux 0.6.5.6 on my system correctly displays the amount of space used by that snapshot in the USED ...


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I traced it down to https://svnweb.freebsd.org/base?view=revision&revision=122442 and https://bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=25462. There appear to be a few corner cases where SIGHUP signal gets delivered when the daemon() library call does a fork(2) followed by an _exit(2) of the parent, which would make hup be delivered (as per _exit(2)) ...


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With PC-BSD 11.0-CURRENTJUNE2016 I can reproduce the problem with fonts in KDE Plasma 4 (not in Lumina) by disabling anti-aliasing – – or by disabling anti-aliasing then selecting system settings: Workaround Enable anti-aliasing – – after which, it's OK to re-select system settings: I could not reproduce the problem that affected progress ...


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I'm not sure why you need to, but run sudo pkg install ImageMagick7-7.0.1.5 again. I've just tried it on my machine and the first time it only appears to install dependencies, the second time it installs ImageMagick and the expected commands. Update 25/06/16: This appeared to be due to a bug in pkg(1), and has now been fixed according to this bug report.


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When you booted your laptop and configured the wired bge0 interface via dhclient, it became the default route (as seen in the rightmost column in the output of netstat -r). When you later configured your wireless bwn0 interface and disconnected the wired interface, it wasn't set to be the default route. When you tried to access the network (or reply to ...


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It is defined in an include-file read by the make program, e.g., by this line at the end of the port makefile: .include <bsd.port.mk> On my FreeBSD 10 system, the include-files are in /usr/ports/Mk, and grep finds these matches: $ fgrep -n PYTHON_REL * bsd.python.mk:70:# PYTHON_REL - Version number in numerical format, to ease bsd.python....


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Answering my own question after some more searching: I understand that this can't be done like this because mount_smbfs is FreeBSD-specific and it hasn't kept pace with samba features available in Linux (whereas smbclient has). This isn't quite the end though. You can run a virtual Linux machine in a jail on FreeNas and then connect to the Time Capsule ...


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You can check checkboxes using Spacebar in most of the interfaces. I would rather write an answer than to close this question as off-topic (in which queue I found it), because there is nothing wrong in it.


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Have you looked at the documentation? There is a LogLevel QUIET|FATAL|ERROR|INFO which defaults to info. LogLevel ERROR turned off these spammy login messages.


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The one located in /usr/include/libelf.h is included with FreeBSD while 'usr/local/include/libelf/libelf.h has been installed by you/the system admin most likely as part of a dependency for another package—perhaps the one included in base wasn't at the correct version, or maybe the one installed is from a difference source altogether. You can use either, ...


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If a process opens a file but the file is then deleted, the output of du will be different to df. You can use lsof in order to find processes open with files that are around the size you are missing. When the process ends/closes the file, df and du should show the same space used.



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