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Your home network has a router and a modem (or terminal adapter) that connects it to the internet. You might also have an access point (AP), or more likely, your router has an integrated AP that lets you connect to the router via WiFi. Two of the services your router provides your LAN are DHCP and DNS resolution. DNS resolution is provided during DHCP when ...


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you have to use xorg.conf for nvidia just take the "BusID" generated by X -configure from /root/xorg.conf for your device and use it with /etc/X11/xorg.conf where BusID is your BusID if not device 5:0:0 Section "Device" Identifier "Device0" Driver "nvidia" VendorName "NVIDIA Corporation" BusID "PCI:5:0:0&...


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It is simple to change lines int .xinitrc ck-launch-session dbus-launch --exit-with-session exec startlxde as one line: exec /usr/local/bin/startlxde --with-ck-launch


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I have posted info on /boot after mounting the freebsd partition in debian. It shows that : sudo mount -r -t ufs -o ufstype=ufs2 /dev/sdb2 /mnt/freebsd ls /mnt/freebsd/boot | grep boot boot boot0 boot0sio boot1 boot1.efi boot2 cdboot gptboot gptboot.efi gptzfsboot isoboot pxeboot uboot userboot_4th.so userboot_lua.so userboot.so zfsboot So add lines in /...


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a.out is not a filename, but the name of a particular executable file format. The error message basically means "This does not look like the correct kind of file for this command." I'm not too familiar with FreeBSD, but based on quick Googling, it seems to me /boot/loader would be intended for BIOS-based booting, and runs as a BTX client with the ...


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