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  1. The USB stack has been rewritten for 8.0. Did...

    The USB stack has been rewritten for 8.0. Did you try 8.0? I don't have any USB2 flash disks or HDDs around to test on my 8.0 machine, but 8.0's USB2 performance should be much improved.
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    I've never seen that issue with vi. Does it...

    I've never seen that issue with vi. Does it happen with vim, or have you not installed it yet?

    No, pf is a completely different implementation that ipchains was or iptables is. The code is 100%...
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    It runs Packet Filter (pf). It was written by...

    It runs Packet Filter (pf). It was written by the OpenBSD crew, and FreeBSD has since adopted it (maybe Net, too). You can use 'chsh' to change your shell after you have installed another one...
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    Well, you'd have to install grub via a Linux live...

    Well, you'd have to install grub via a Linux live CD or something. You'll need a small, Linux FS partition (ext2, ext3, etc.) for the grub stuff to live on. (note: grub may support booting straight...
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    Have you tried grub? Re: Can't boot freebsd...

    Have you tried grub?

    Re: Can't boot freebsd from usb device - Invalid slice
  6. Nah...Time Warner isn't the problem. I used them...

    Nah...Time Warner isn't the problem. I used them while I was in Texas with no problems.

    southpaw: Try 'netstat -I<interface_name> -b'. Do you see anything in the 'Ierrs' or 'Oerrs' columns? ...
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    Run: mount -orw / After you...

    Run:

    mount -orw /<mountpoint>

    After you boot. That will remount the FS as read-write. :)
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    It's secure right out of the box mostly because...

    It's secure right out of the box mostly because it's not running services. I'm not sure if the default configuration has any firewall enabled - look at /etc/pf.conf. That would have the...
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    That doesn't really help. That's a very useless...

    That doesn't really help. That's a very useless error message. :-P

    Have you tried re-installing onto that flash disk? It sounds like the disklabel is corrupt, but it probably wouldn't have...
  10. Thread: Bsd beginner

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    There's also 'slay' which should kill all the...

    There's also 'slay' which should kill all the processes belonging to a user:

    freshmeat.net: Project details for Slay
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    It doesn't look like they have made a LiveCD in a...

    It doesn't look like they have made a LiveCD in a few years. There's always FreeBSIE, but that project has kinda died, too. What do you need the LiveCD for? Recovery or just evaluation?
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    There's no more info than that message? At what...

    There's no more info than that message? At what point in the boot sequence do you get that?
  13. Dark magic, indeed. Looks like something in...

    Dark magic, indeed. Looks like something in glib20 wasn't built for your system (or maybe was corrupt?). Glad you got it working, though. :banana:
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    If you're using DHCP, you had the option to set...

    If you're using DHCP, you had the option to set that up during installation (and that configuration would have persisted after installation). If not, you can enable it by adding the following line...
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    Are you not using DHCP on your network? If not,...

    Are you not using DHCP on your network? If not, you can assign your IP and netmask in /etc/rc.conf:


    ifconfig_<ifname>="inet 192.168.1.100 netmask 255.255.255.0"
    defaultrouter="192.168.1.1"
  16. Do you have devel/gio-fam-backend installed? ...

    Do you have devel/gio-fam-backend installed? That's what gives you libgiofam. glib provides libgio (-l gio). If those dependencies are not installed, there may be a bug in the amd64 Makefile...
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    It's baked in, though you'll need cpufreq...

    It's baked in, though you'll need cpufreq enabled:

    kldload cpufreq

    Then, you'll want to enable powerd in /etc/rc.conf:


    powerd_enable="YES"

    Next, /etc/rc.d/powerd start. That should do...
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    What MTA are you using on your MX server? It may...

    What MTA are you using on your MX server? It may be misconfigured, causing double delivery. Also, check the mail logs. Do you see gmail sending it to you twice (unlikely)?
  19. You need to make sure the kernel source tree is...

    You need to make sure the kernel source tree is installed for your current kernel version. If that Makefile is missing after that, you will need to actually run one of the 'make *config' commands in...
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    You will want to look here: ...

    You will want to look here:

    http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/uiswing/

    Creating UIs in Java requires a lot of steps, but I am sure that it becomes second nature once you get used to it...
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    Not right now, as your command history is stored...

    Not right now, as your command history is stored in a buffer. You can add this to the ~/.bashrc (or /etc/profile, /etc/bashrc, anything that is sourced when you log in):


    shopt -s histappend...
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    It really depends on why it is crashing. See if...

    It really depends on why it is crashing. See if you can pinpoint something that is making FFX crash; otherwise, you are on a wild goose chase.

    Try running it without any plugins or extensions, as...
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    From the awk manual.

    From the awk manual.
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    If you know that only one copy of script_a and...

    If you know that only one copy of script_a and script_b will be on the system, you could:


    ...
    SCRIPTA=`locate script_a`
    $SCRIPTA
    ...

    Of course, you would have to make sure the slocatedb is...
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    http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/t8441-which-distr...

    http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/t8441-which-distro-look-here-before-posting.html
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