I use Mac OS X El Capitan 10.11.3 at the desktop OS. As everyone knows, is Apple's Mac OS X built on FreeBSD! I use normal only Debian/GNU/Linux on desktop and OpenBSD on Server and Firewall:
So my question: On Apples Mac OS X each can use OpenBSD's pf Firewall. But every time I re start the Apple Mac OS X El Capitan 10.11.3 the pf Firewall is switched off. So every time I reboot, first do I need a "sudo su -" on Terminal and I must start the pf with pfctl -E && pfctl -vvf /etc/pf.conf why is that so? Where could I start a program permanently on Mac OS X El Capitan 10.11.3?
PS: Mac OS X uses OpenBSD's www.Libressl.org per default and OpenBSD's pf who wants!