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tar not excluding symlinked directories

create a textfile with all files/dirs to exclude from the tar archive and invoke tar with the --exclude-from="yourtextfile" option tar -zcvf /path/to/archive.tar.gz --exclude-from="...
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FreeBSD Reverse Shell Command Issue: Ambiguous Output Redirect Error

You are confusing terminologies but more importantly: binaries. You state in the comment that you understand the difference between the shells. But the important part is to understand that there are ...
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tar not excluding symlinked directories

It is intended behaviour. It does exclude the file that you asked it to exclude, that is the file which is a symbolic link. Similarly, if you delete the symbolic link using rm, the file that the link ...
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How to list installed files in FreeBSD pkg?

You can list all installed packages via: pkg info -a Manual page (man pkg-info | less +/-a,): -a, --all Display all installed packages.
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How can I install pip on FreeBSD?

I've solved this problem. I used "pkg install py311-pip" and it works.
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gpart will always say "Invalid argument" when add a new ufs partition

The filesystem type value freebsd-ufs is exclusive to GPT partition schemes, but you have created an MBR partition scheme. If you wish to use MBR, you will need to create an MBR partition with the ...
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Mounting a disk image

The base FreeBSD system does not support NTFS or EXT2 filesystems by default. You will need to install the ports sysutils/fusefs-ntfs and sysutils/fusefs-ext2 as well as their dependencies. As root, ...
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