Using Virtual Machines with QEMU

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Do you like to run virtual servers, but don’t want to run Windows as a host? QEMU is your answer as it will host several virtual machines within you FreeBSD installation.

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Chroot Users With sftp

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This walkthrough will root your users to their home directory for those users you don’t want browsing all over your FreeBSD machine. adidas chaussures nike dunk chaussure adidas zx flux I would suggest doing this at your console or possibly running a script to kill all the running sshds and then starting the sshd2 deamon.

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Migrate FreeBSD From One Harddrive To Another

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This guide will explain how you can move your FreeBSD installation from one hard disk drive to another. nike air max nike air max pas cher nike air max 90 adidas yeezy timberland pas cher timberland soldes I have done this many times using the dump/restore utility. ugg australia classic Soldes 2017 Asics nike air max 2014 adidas stan smith femme nike air max ugg pas cher Before you begin, be sure you have read this document carefully.

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Limit User’s Disk Space (Setting Quotas)

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This guide details how to set up user accounts with disk allocation. timberland soldes hommes adidas superstar pas cher Let’s say you want to limit each user to a specific size disk usage — 100 megs each. You will need to set “user quotas.” Here we go!!

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Managing the Ports Tree with Portsnap

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The FreeBSD ports tree is the most common method of installing software. new balance soldes buy ffxiv Items adidas nmd With the latest 6.x releases of FreeBSD, chaussure de tennis asics air jordan soldes timberland earthkeepers bottes the old method of keeping your ports tree updated is now considered obsolete. Nike Pour Homme nike homme solde nike air max pas cher nike roshe run adidas ace cheap ffxiv Items This guide will teach you how to install and maintain your ports tree using the built-in portsnap utility.

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Downgrading Ports

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Using the ports tree to install applications is one of the most common ways to install softare. chaussure timberland pas cher nike air max tn However, what if you updated a port to the latest version and it turns out to break things? How do you downgrade to a previous version if your ports tree is up-to-date? This is where the portdowngrade utility comes in handy.

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Compile a Custom Kernel (Legacy)

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Want to speed up your system a bit as well as reduce boot time and resource usage? Or compile extra features into your kernel? The best way to do that is to compile your own custom kernel yourself. asics gel kinsei 6 ugg classic ugg 2017 It is much simpler than you would think, ESPECIALLY if you’ve ever tried it in Linux. cheap ffxiv Items 😉

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Compile a Custom Kernel

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There may be two main reasons as to why you would want a custom kernel on your system: 1) You want to add some functionality to your system such as audio support, or 2) you may want to remove some unused drivers to conserve memory.

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CGD Setup

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CGD info:

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Hardening FreeBSD

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After a fresh install, it is important to harden the security on a server before it hits your network for use. Not only making configuration changes aid in the security of your box, but there are some practical rules to abide by. nike air max homme These are some hardening tips to make your FreeBSD box more secure and will apply to both the 5.x and 4.x branches, but I will assume you are running 5.x. If a 4.x change is different, I will note it.

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