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I've found the answer in here posting so anyone else has a problem of this sort can maybe find answer easier. Thanks to original poster (Rozhuk Ivan).


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I mitigated the issue switching my wireless router to channel 1. Lower frequency traverses walls more easily, and now the Pi manages to connect. It is not an actual solution, but may help someone.


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Ok, I figured that out by myself. ZFS Loader doesn't allow to set a root pool to boot from, but it tries to guess the correct one by pooling the BIOS for the boot priority order. To make it boot from the correct pool, I set as first booting device in the BIOS the drive containing the bootloader, and as second and third the drives belonging to the root ...


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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.


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I think the problem is related to a not-found matching private key. The ssh client sequentially tries several keys (from .ssh/) which are denied by the server, until a limit is reached. Try to specify a specific identity with ssh -i .ssh/<correct key> ....


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It can be done by mixing the port collection and the pkg tool, but it is a bit tricky. 1 Host part First install openjdk8 as a package : pkg install openjdk8 Then build, install an generate package for tomcat8 from the ports. As openjdk8 is already installed, it will be used by the ports cd /usr/ports/www/tomcat8 make build make install make package ...


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A Bit Of Background Historically speaking some users of FreeBSD have not gotten along with users of the Linuxes. For many years, until Linux from Scratch, and it's children of whom Gentoo is one, users could not get true source code on their system, unless they chose to use the FreeBSD Ports System. For that reason FreeBSD users viewed themselves as ...


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Install the "vnstat2" package under System/Packages. Then go to Status/Vnstat2. The summary tab will show you information like: rx / tx / total / estimated em1: Jun '15 64.34 GiB / 10.39 GiB / 74.73 GiB / 98.00 GiB yesterday 5.30 GiB / 373.42 MiB / 5.66 GiB today ...


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I was about to answer this question with a link to the release man page and go into great detail about how to build packages and include them in releases etc. But then I realized that your question is mixing up which packages are installed after the install. Packages are no longer included in the ISO, you can install the packages by installing them from the ...


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If you use acls, the classic group permissions turn into the so called mask,which determines the maximum permissions you can effectivly give per setfacl, eg. ls -k shows -rw-r--r--+ root root and you have setfacl -m g:users:rw because the mask is only read getfacl will show you : group:users:rw effective r So set group to rw or rwx by classic chmod and ...


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Use the stty command directly to change stop and parity bits. For example: stty -f /dev/cuau3 cstopb To make it easier, put the appropriate commands in a file. And if you want to do it on bootup, source that file them from /etc/rc.d or /etc/local/


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I have the same problem. I made a second instance of postfix and my second-instance-master.cf is #smtp inet n - - - - smtpd ip.second.eth.card:smtp inet n - - - - smtpd


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Use "nfsstat -m" on the client machine. It will show something like this: # nfsstat -m localhost:/ on /net/localhost nfsv3,tcp,resvport,hard,intr,cto,lockd,sec=sys,acdirmin=3,acdirmax=60,acregmin=5,acregmax=60,nametimeo=60,negnametimeo=60,rsize=65536,wsize=65536,readdirsize=65536,readahead=1,wcommitsize=8388608,timeout=120,retrans=2


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If you can't put them into the map entry, or auto_master, just put them on automount and automountd command line, like this: 'automountd -o nfsv4'. Or just add "-o nfsv4" to automount_flags and automountd_flags in /etc/rc.conf.


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FreeBSD doesn't have an equivalent. The convention is not to use group passwords at all and just put an asterisk in the password field. No group passwords means no need to have something like /etc/gshadow.


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try to cp -r /boot from correct pool to wrong pool. ensure that bootfs property on wrong pool is empty or set to correct pool.


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Perhaps there could be a matter of the GTK configuration on the machine where Emacs is running? Someone at the Qt Centre forums has discovered what appears to present a resolution for a similar warning from the GdkPixbuf lib, when it's linked with the Qt widget toolkit [Qt Centre] The article would seem to recommend to run, as the root user on the machine ...


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I'm unable to comment in direct comments, at StackExchange reputation 21. I just wanted to mention that the FreeBSD kernel does implement something like an I/O scheduler, namely gsched. Reviewing the manual page, it seems to be a device-specific IO scheduler. Personally, I think it's a nice keynote toward realtime applications of FreeBSD, and a great reason ...


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As one approach that I'd estimate could work, though I've yet to get up and running with Xen myself: The FreeBSD foundation publishes a pre-installed VMDK edition of the FreeBSD base system [where][amd64][i386]. The Xen project, moreover, provides some documentation about installing a VMDK under Xen, using QEMU tools [Migration from VMware]. Naturally, this ...


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Though I have not personally delved into the furthest extents of UTF-8 character encodings, but perhaps I may be familiar enough with concepts of POSIX locale configurations that I might be able to offer some simple points of reference for this configuration. There is some advice in the FreeBSD handbook, as towards configuring the FreeBSD localization ...


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My guess is that you don't have the PNG's for those icons installed on your FreeBSD system. Specifically, the ones I have in my FreeBSD 10 system (which works fine with ssh -X) are: /usr/local/share/icons/gnome/24x24/actions/document-new.png /usr/local/share/icons/gnome/24x24/actions/document-open.png ...


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So far as research, there's a couple of projects managed at the Centre for Advanced Internet Architectures (CAIA) at the University of Swinburne. They've been focusing at least partly about delay-based algorithms in FreeBSD[newtcp]. Together with the support of the FreeBSD foundation, the newtcp project's work has been integrated with FreeBSD 9.0 and ...


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That's quite straightforward. Type one of these commands pkg install gnome2 pkg install x11/kde4 pkg install xfce depending whether you would like to have GNOME, KDE or Xfce as your desktop environment. For more info, read the guide.


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[Putting some of the stuff from comments here as an answers so that this question may perhaps be marked answered.] First, select text via the mouse, then press either the middle button or Shift-Insert to paste. Note that you will need the VirtualBox or VMWare guest additions to copy/paste between the host and the guest. And you'll need to enable clipboard ...


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You should be able to set the kern.vt.fb.default_mode sysctl. See the vt man page for more details.


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Ok I figured It out I needed to run pkg install php56-[missng module name]-5.6.9 For each of the above modules (in fact hash came with one of the others) I also ran pkg install OpenSSL but I'm not sure if I needed to go that or not.



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