The BSD (Berkeley Software Distribution) is a UNIX operating system developed by University of California at Berkeley during the 70s and 80s.

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UTF-8 locale portability (and ssh)

I spend a lot of my time sshed into various machines, all of which are different (some are embedded, some run Linux, some run BSD, &c.). On my own local machines, however, i use OS X, which of ...
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What is a better approach for ZFS?

I am making zpools on FreeBSD machine. While creating zpools I observe these two cases:- If I take raw disks and create zpool then I am able to form zpools and they are working perfectly. If I ...
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Forcing *BSD to accept both IPv4 and IPv6 traffic on a single socket

I have tried a ton of stuff and keep coming up entirely empty handed. Allow me to frame the situation: I have a *BSD Jail setup in FreeNAS that runs a Plex Media Server (Plexpass). It has IPv6 ...
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How to install GCC or a compiler on FreeNAS 7.2

I have a NAS, running FreeNAS 0.7.2 (FreeBSD 7.3). I have tried to install Flexget, but it requires some pysqlite dependency. I have python 2.6 and python-setuptools. Running pysqlite-2.6.0/setup....
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Alternate location for GPT partition entry table

The GPT header (usually in LBA 1) has a PartitionEntryLBA field (see 5.3.2 GPT Header in the spec). There is language in various references (such as the wikipedia GPT entry) describing that field ...
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How can I make this SED command more portable?

I'm using the following sed command: cat version | sed -e 's/[0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9:M]*-[abp]/Ver\n/' Which normalizes like this: 4330M-p -> Ver<newline> This works fine with GNU ...
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Install linux/bsd on compact flash using USB connector

How do I install linux/bsd on compact flash with usb compact flash adapter. The compact flash will boot on single board x86 computer as an IDE drive, but I'm doing the install on a regular computer ...
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Can I Install Ghost BSD on an NTFS partition?

I have installed ubuntu 12.10 on my laptop. And decided to check out Ghost BSD. Two of my drives are formatted using NTFS so that Windows installation can access. So i have prepared one of drives ...
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NetBSD as VMware workstation guest: `startx` hangs and maxes all CPUs utilization

I am using VMware workstation 8. I have attempted to install and run NetBSD 5.1.2 and 6.0. Installations all went OK and the system was usable until I install a window manager. After installed xfce4, ...
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Where is CVS setting(config) located at in FreeBSD usually?

Where would the CVS pserver setting(config) be located at in FreeBSD usually? I am trying, trying to hunt for the location of the setting(config) file with no results...
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Port forwarding outgoing request with PF

I'm trying to redirect all outgoing traffic from my local machine on port 843, to go to my local service on port 1234. So, when I make a request to e.g. 1.2.3.4:843, I want it to connect to 127.0.0.1:...
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“bad magic number” during fresh OpenBSD installation to a USB stick

Trying to install OpenBSD 5.2 onto disk sd0 (2GB USB storage connected to the computer). Burned install52.iso as image to a CD, loaded it into CD drive, and booted off it. After selecting [W]hole ...
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bsd (osx) pf nat - change source port on outgoing UDP packets

I am running docker-machine on osx. docker-machine is running NAT so when my container send out a UDP packet on port 1812, NAT is translating it to some random port. I am playing around with pf nat (...
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BSD Packet Filter Redirect Internal traffic

I'm using OSX Yosemite with Packet Filter (BSD). Is there a way to redirect internal originating traffic (let's say from en1) to lo0 on a specific port for specific destinations? rdr from what I ...
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PF rule using return-rst on Mac OS X does not reply with TCP reset

I'm trying to add a simple PF rule: block return-rst out proto tcp from any to any port 33128 to filter all outgoing traffic to TCP port 33128, and I'd like it to respond with a reset. However, ...
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mod_python won't “./configure” on BSD

I'm trying to install mod_python 3.3.1 on Apache 2.4.3 and whenever I try to run ./configure (with apxs etc), instead of configuring correctly, it says that Apache 2.x is required and my current ...
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What version of tar does 7-zip use?

Does anyone know what version of tar 7zip uses for archiving/extracting? Is it gnu tar or bsd tar... or something else? I've googled around for an answer but can't find anything.
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Netstat VS Netstat (Gnu/Linux VS BSD/Mac OS X)

Why are there different versions of netstat for Gnu/Linux and BSD/Mac OS X? I'm trying to get the latter to respond & behave more like the former.
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OSX: PF 'antifspoof' rule blocks ntalk packets…

I'm trying to get to work ntalk between my two macs inside my local network and found a problem with my pf firewall configuration. When I do $ talk user@macbookpro.local gettng: [No connection ...
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How to make a PF filter by packet size?

I am looking for a PF option that can filter UDP packets according to their packet sizes. iptables has an option --length, but I could not find an equivalent option for PF.
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Can user-mode Linux be compiled and run on UNIX systems?

e.g. on NetBSD or Solaris? Or does it require exclusively Linux-specific system calls, virtual filesystems, etc.? Also, if it's currently limited to Linux, what changes would be required to port it ...