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Isn't that you haven't authenticated properly (via your mail client) to send outbound email or otherwise haven't setup mynetworks such that it will allow all systems within your network to send without authentication? http://serverfault.com/questions/42519/how-to-correct-postfix-relay-access-denied


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Disk is part of active ZFS pool? In this case - detach disk from pool or destroy pool first, then create gpt table..


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dmidecode is available for FreeBSD, i installed dmidecode-2.12 in my FreeBSD 8.2-RELEASE. It gives complete hardware information as like of linux machines.


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The solution in my case was to add the service in /etc/rc.conf. I added the following lines: postfix_enable="YES" dbmail_lmtpd_enable="YES" dbmail_imapd_enable="YES" dbmail_pop3d_enable="YES" then I did restart dbmail and postfix...


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Follow the instructions in /usr/ports/UPDATING from 20140307: 20140307: AFFECTS: users of devel/py-setuptools dependent ports AUTHOR: sunpoet@FreeBSD.org [...] Please rebuild all ports that depend on devel/py-setuptools and use devel/py-setuptools{27,32,33} instead. XX represents python version (27, 32 or 33) in the following steps. pkgng ...


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Assuming the snd_hda driver was being loaded (it was), the lack of working sound indicates either a driver conflict or a bad default configuration. To bottom this out I added the following line to /boot/loader.conf to turn on verbose messages in dmesg: boot_verbose="YES" Doing this makes dmesg output much more useful, with all kinds of additional ...


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Probably don't actually have to use bsdinstall, but it provides a certain degree of confirmation. All this is actually in the man page: bsdinstall(8). I just didn't read carefully enough. For the record: The download requires 2 environment variables: DISTRIBUTIONS and BSDINSTALL_DISTSITE (BSDINSTALL_DISTDIR is optional and defaults to /usr/freebsd-dist). ...


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The rcorder utility looks at the rcNG scripts in /etc/rc.d and /usr/local/etc/rc.d and works out in which order they are to be run (by analysing the PROVIDE, REQUIRE and KEYWORD headers), but it is only effective at boot time, or when switching from single-user to multi-user mode - that is, whenever /etc/rc itself is called. As far as I know, there is no ...


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The periodic script sends the output from certain of the security checks to tempfiles in /tmp. The line you are asking about is a diff header - and the line before it in the email will tell you which of the security checks generated it. The scripts live in /etc/periodic/security, and they're just shell scripts, so you can dig around in there to get a better ...



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