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  • ... of your shares. The second command creates the public directory, which '''all''' users will be able to access, and the third command creates the private ...7''' is the 'owner' flag, and 7 means read/write/execute. The owner can do all of those things. The second '''7''' is the group flag, meaning the owning :
    14 KB (2,339 words) - 16:24, 13 July 2010
  • | sends output to a program (frequently, a [[:Category:System Commands|system command]] like [[grep]]) ...o you: you can redirect standard input, standard output and standard error messages with far greater flexibility and reliability. Other shells such as [[csh]]
    10 KB (1,586 words) - 22:32, 31 December 2007
  • ...ert all system partitions - including / and swap - from using the original system drive to running on a mirror consisting of the original drive and a physica ...or filesystem, currently with a single physical drive in it - our existing system drive.
    5 KB (791 words) - 21:55, 25 August 2012
  • BIND in FreeBSD is part of the base system -- it's already there and waiting for you. If you ''must'' install it yours ...nside the jail, as well as all the DNS config files and zone files etc are all in the same jail dir.
    3 KB (593 words) - 21:29, 25 August 2012
  • ...t testing the new code in CURRENT unless you are regularly recompiling the system. Current is exactly what it sounds like. The newest system code for the FreeBSD OS. With that said, however, chasing CURRENT for featu
    4 KB (738 words) - 11:57, 3 January 2009
  • There are potential problems updating a system from 5.1-5.3 to 6.0 directly. Although they do not affect everyone, it is h ==System Preperation==
    9 KB (1,475 words) - 12:11, 3 January 2009
  • ...d our previous instance of BIND (don't just use -HUP - you need to kill it all the way), then gotten it back up and confirmed it's running. Now let's see ...get a SERVFAIL or other unfriendly response, try a '''tail -n 500 /var/log/messages | grep named''' and see if you can narrow your problem down. Once you've g
    17 KB (2,773 words) - 21:30, 25 August 2012
  • ...s a real-working example written by the author actually configuring a real system. The system is intended to be a file server using Samba.
    10 KB (1,550 words) - 21:55, 25 August 2012
  • ...hat Sendmail uses to simplify migration and reduce the need to learn a new system. ...[ mbox]) - a single, flat-file containing all emails addressed to a recipient;
    7 KB (1,035 words) - 13:09, 21 December 2009
  •, says very little, to nothing of how to secure your newly installed BSD system. Only the quickest, and easiest way to do so. Hopefully, someone rather k ...or "Local Disk". Well, it's so much easier to access files now then doing all of the drive changing, and such. You're drives, and file systems, are seam
    8 KB (1,399 words) - 15:29, 13 August 2012
  • ...ified location, typically a file on the local drive. It is used on almost all UNIX and Unix-like platforms. The Microsoft equivalent on the Windows plat ... the 'level' of importance. These levels range between simply informative messages to critical ones, with varying degrees of importance in-between. These lev
    6 KB (880 words) - 22:27, 1 August 2011
  • ...dmin will run from the URL /postfixadmin on your Apache server. (This can all be done manually if you do decide to install using the source tarball inste // 'cleartext' does not encrypt user passwords at all, compatible with Dovecot's PLAIN setting.
    15 KB (2,331 words) - 20:10, 1 August 2011
  • ... no FBSD provided documentation on the order these MIB's get control, they all get enabled here and we let the kernel do its thing.<br> ...ess the host is routing IP packets, and should normally be enabled (=1) on all systems
    6 KB (986 words) - 18:57, 6 August 2012
  • == Securing System Files == the following options will have on your ability to make changes to your system.
    1 KB (194 words) - 19:11, 6 August 2012
  • dmesg to display boot messages dmesg -a to display boot messages plus started tasks
    2 KB (374 words) - 21:06, 6 August 2012
  • ... use your FBSD system as a workstation. For the purpose of using your FBSD system as a gateway/firewall/email server/web server the built in email client app The mail client application is a very simplistic command line driven system that assigns a sequence number to each individual mail message in your mail
    13 KB (2,314 words) - 16:08, 13 August 2012
  • ...ou can forward your domain name email to your ISP email account or forward all www port 80 requests to your public domain IP address. ...h your domain name automatically by using a program that runs on your FBSD system. The following companies provide this service free of charge.
    17 KB (3,018 words) - 22:04, 6 August 2012
  • ...atements with # to make it a comment to disable it or delete the statement all together. Followed by Memory disk root option. This allows a operating system to be placed into memory and run.
    2 KB (375 words) - 18:26, 6 August 2012
  • The author of IPFILTER is Darren Reed. IPFILTER is not FBSD operating system dependant. IPFILTER is an open source application and has been ported to Fr Since all firewalls are based on interrogating the values of selected packet control
    52 KB (8,767 words) - 21:38, 13 August 2012
  • After rebooting your system with firewall_enable="YES" in rc.conf the following white highlighted messa ...eated occurrences of the same packet will be logged and eventually consume all the free disk space, resulting in services being denied due to lack of reso
    45 KB (7,185 words) - 22:48, 13 August 2012

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