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    Setting TCSH in FreeBSD

    You are actually using tcsh, it is the improved version of csh: ` shasum /bin/tcsh /bin/csh 74d4129fb4604baf8f272e9d4a4f1b…
    By mzs114
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    FreeBSD install rights

    It could be that root access is there but without sudo, try su - and see whether it gets you root shell.
    By mzs114
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    I need to unzip this archive on freebsd : latest.tar.gz and i cant!

    Hi, The following worked for me: tar xzf latest.tar.gz > ls latest.tar.gz wordpress For fetching and extracting i…
    By mzs114
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    How do I know what IP to assign to my FreeBSD jail to avoid conflicts?

    For using a internal private subnet series, you can stick to the common private IP ranges that start with 192. 172. and 10. [1] If…
    Accepted Answer: For using a internal private subnet series, you can stick to the common private IP ranges that start with 192. 172. and 10. [1] If…
    By mzs114
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    Some pre-defined services in /etc/rc.conf I want to remove in FreeBsd

    Please don’t, iirc, I think the scripts do initialization during VPS boot up. You instance might become unreachable when it boots…
    By mzs114
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    How to Use Su with FreeBSD 11?

    Try using toor account, like: sudo su - toor Iirc the shell login for root is disabled. One you login as toor you ca…
    Accepted Answer: Try using toor account, like: sudo su - toor Iirc the shell login for root is disabled. One you login as toor you ca…
    By mzs114
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    subdomains IP-address without domain

    You can’t exactly have that, but there are workarounds, try out these services - xip[dot]io and nip[dot]io, with them you can have …
    By mzs114
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    FreeBSD 11 default packages, can I remove them?

    Vanilla FreeBSD does not come with any packages preinstalled so yes you can remove them and see if it affects the web console in an…
    By mzs114
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    FreeBSD i386/32bit on DigitalOcean?

    Ok, my query rose due to the 32 bit option for Debian and other GNU/Linux distributions, so why not FreeBSD? If you look the oth…
    By mzs114
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    FreeBSD i386/32bit on DigitalOcean?

    Hello, I created a droplet using FreeBSD image, however it was not mentioned that it is a 64bit version. 64bit version on anything less than 2GB of RAM is overkill IMO. Does DO plan to support 32 bit version of FreeB...
    2 By mzs114 DigitalOcean Miscellaneous FreeBSD