Install program in FreeBSD; ports, package or source?

FreeBSD supports three methods for installing program : Ports Package Source Every method has its advantage and disadvantage : Ports, till time of writing, already reach 16984, wow. Supports many option, my favorite since beginning :-). Simply type make install . Package, for time consuming ports like cvsup I prefer use package for its small …

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Install Local FTP server in Windows XP

At previous post about install wordpress in localhost, I got new question : What about FTP server, is it possible to install local FTP server to make simulation like upload to real server? The answer is : Yes Just install FTP server in computer and point it’s shared folder, for example : C:\appserv\www Here’s the …

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FreeBSD snapshots

I have noticed that FreeBSD mini iso no longer distributed but I found interesting link : FreeBSD snapshots From FreeBSD site : As part of an ongoing effort to improve the overall release process before a release actually slips out the door with problems, we are now periodically producing interim test releases called snapshots. These …

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Installing dragonflyBSD 1.8.1

From wikipedia DragonflyBSD is : DragonFly BSD is a free, Unix-like operating system which was forked from FreeBSD 4.8. Matt Dillon, a long-time FreeBSD and Amiga developer, started work on DragonFly BSD in June 2003 and announced it on the FreeBSD mailing lists on July 16, 2003 [1]. Dillon started DragonFly in the belief that …

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Install PfSense 1.2Beta1, Quick Overview

Pfsense is web based firewall designed special for PC, based on FreeBSD 6.x Version 1.2Beta1 using 6.2 release as base, PfSense features from author site : pfSense changes implemented (subject to change daily): FreeBSD 6.1 – CURRENT with ALTQ Wireless a/b/g wpa_supplicant, turbo, WEP, WPA-E/PSK and WPA2 (TKIP) Incoming load balancing pools PPPoE Server Themes …

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