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There's no special structure so there's no harm in doing dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/yourswapdev. Just be sure you use the right device. :) (Guessing this is a VM otherwise there's no benefit to this.)


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You can check kernel messages. In centOS or redhat, these logs are located in /var/log/dmesg. It may happen that during boot, before network services are up, server is trying to boot NFS storage and it is unable to resolve remote host. You can also check by changing start time of NFS service at last.


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The kernel name ist defined by the ident line in the kernel conf file. The KERNCONF variable defines which kernelconf file to use. The "Device Probe and Attach" section in the FreeBSD architecture handbook describes how a usb device is detected: https://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/arch-handbook/usb-devprobe.html


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On RedHat based Linux versions, timestamp of /root/anaconda-ks.cfg is a pretty good guide. Or use rpm -q --queryformat '%{installtime:date}' basesystem. ls -l /root/anaconda-ks.cfg -rw-------. 1 root root 2911 Nov 15 2014 /root/anaconda-ks.cfg rpm -q --queryformat '%{installtime:date}' basesystem Sat 15 Nov 2014 08:40:28 AM PST As for whether virtual ...


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As @mjturner states you would be best of finding a close approximation. But if you are really serious about font conversion - it can be done! The trick is to get these old raster format converted to more modern file formats which the modern tools uses. PSF Tools come in handy for that! It handles many of the old simple bitmap formats. You can then convert ...


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You can force a single IPSec tunnel to reconnect by deleting the tunnels security association (SA). Use this to find your current SAs: # setkey -D # setkey -DP man setkey (8) Or maybe use security/ipsec-tools


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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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Answering my own question: Switching from i386 to amd64 seems to have resolved the issue (and also the issue of the ports installation freezing). I originally did not use amd64 because I don't have an AMD processor, but I now see from the documentation that amd64 can be used with certain Intel processors as well, including the one I have.


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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 ...


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You should install mod_php5: pkg install mod_php5


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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 ...


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The following should work. Download a FreeBSD installation disk and boot it into single user mode. When done do: gpart show ada0 which should print you text describing the disk layout. The result would look like: => 34 500118125 ada0 GPT (238G) 34 1024 1 - free - (512K) 1058 490732544 2 freebsd-ufs (234G) ...


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The Arch Linux wiki has a very nice explanation for the same. It guides the normal way i.e. direct OS loading as well as chainloading. However, one must not forget to issue sudo grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg to commit changes.


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Always first use netstat -nr to check the gateway what you have and what the details it has...you See 0.0.0.0. when its a default one and you should first think that why am I changing this gateway than use this command: route add default gw your ip eth0


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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.


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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 ...


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There is no FreeBSD version of Google Chrome.


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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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