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There is another option which allows more control about the ARP handling. Have a look at arp_ignore.


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The ext2fs file system is optional on FreeBSD and needs to be loaded. Add the following line to /boot/loader.conf to have it loaded at boot time: ext2fs_load="YES"


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The iwm driver is not in the GENERIC kernel. The man page man iwm specifies the methods required to pull the driver in. Either: build a custom kernel load at boot time with /boot/loader.conf load at runtime with kldload The man page does not appear to be online - but it is in the latest snapshot.


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The kernel will keep track of your connection, and there's not much you can do about it. I'm not even sure root privileges will help you here (at least not without some kernel module magic). If you want to hide where you're going, the best way is probably to pretend you're going somewhere else instead. In other words : use a proxy or anything which could ...


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your question is not entirely clear to me, but if you have a dir structure as follows -- a a/data a/data/file1 a/studyName a/studyName/data a/studyName/data/file1 a/studyName/data/file2 a/studyName/data/file3 and you're looking for studyName/data/fileX, you could do -- find . -path "*studyName/data*" -type f ./a/studyName/data/file1 ...


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As pointed out by Ulrich Schwarz, .ssh/authorized_keys must be a regular file. In your case, it looks like it's a directory. You need to remove the directory and create a single text file with the key in it.


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There is a bug report which describes the same issue. There seems to be a problem when the port is compiled with LLVM support, which causes segmentation faults. You need to run cd /usr/ports/devel/hs-cabal-install make config to unset the LLVM support and to so avert the problem.



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