This handbook covers the installation and day to day use of FreeBSD RELEASE and. FreeBSD Why Build a Custom Kernel?. This handbook covers the installation and day to day use of FreeBSD RELEASE and FreeBSD Synopsis; Why Build a Custom Kernel? Finding. Welcome to the FreeBSD Architecture Handbook. This manual is a work in progress and is the work of many individuals. Many sections do not.
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This handbook covers the installation and day to day use of FreeBSD 5.
This manual is a work in progress and is the work of many individuals. As such, some sections may become dated and require updating. If you are interested in helping out with this project, send email to the FreeBSD documentation project mailing list.
I. Getting Started
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This, and other documents, can be downloaded from ftp: Table of Contents Preface I. Getting Started 1 Introduction 1.
Chapter Updating and Upgrading FreeBSD
Packages and Ports 4. Common Tasks 6 Desktop Applications 6.
System Administration 11 Configuration and Tuning Process Control Initialization Modular Disk Transformation Framework Network Communication 22 Serial Communications Resources on the Internet C. List of Tables Sample Device Inventory Partition Layout for First Disk Partition Layout for Subsequent Disks Possible Security Profiles Disk Device Codes Physical Disk Naming Conventions Vinum Plex Organizations Wiring a Parallel Cable for Networking List of Figures Typical Device Probe Results Select Sysinstall Exit Selecting Usage from Sysinstall Main Menu Selecting Documentation Menu Sysinstall Documentation Menu Sysinstall Main Menu Sysinstall Keymap Menu Begin Standard Installation Select Drive for FDisk Typical Fdisk Partitions before Editing Fdisk Partition Hadbook Entire Disk Sysinstall Boot Manager Menu Exit Select Drive Sysinstall Disklabel Editor Sysinstall Disklabel Editor with Auto Defaults Hamdbook Space for Root Partition Edit Root Partition Size Choose the Root Partition Type Choose the Root Mount Point Choose Installation Media hzndbook Selecting an Ethernet Device Set Network Configuration for ed0 Security Profile Options System Console Configuration Options Screen Saver Options Screen Saver Timeout System Console Configuration Exit Select Your Region Select Your Country Select Your Time Zone Select Mouse Protocol Type Set Mouse Protocol Configure Mouse Port Setting the Mouse Port Enable the Mouse Daemon Test the Mouse Daemon Network Configuration Upper-level Select a default MTA Network Configuration Lower-level Select Configuration Method Menu Select Default Desktop Select Package Category Confirm Package Installation Add User Information Exit User and Group Management A Simple Vinum Volume A Mirrored Vinum Volume A Striped Vinum Volume A Mirrored, Striped Vinum Volume.
List of Examples Using an Existing Partition Unchanged Shrinking an Existing Partition Sample Hwndbook, Slice, and Partition Names Conceptual Model of a Disk Adding a user on FreeBSD Interactive chpass by Superuser Interactive chpass by Normal User Changing Your Password Changing Another User’s Password as the Superuser Adding a Group Using pw 8 Adding Somebody to a Group Using pw 8 Using id 1 to Determine Group Membership Using dump over ssh Using handboook over ssh with RSH set A Script for Creating a Bootable Floppy Creating a New File-Backed Disk with mdconfig Configure and Mount a File-Backed Disk with mdmfs Creating a New Memory-Based Disk with mdconfig Creating a New Memory-Based Disk with mdmfs Configuring the sendmail Access Database Example Virtual Domain Mail Map Reloading the inetd configuration file