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    FreeBSD now has lame and fusefs-exfat as packages

    Recent changes made by the FreeBSD core team regarding patent policies as mentioned here now makes it possible to install lame and the fusefs-exfat programs via packages instead of ports. This is big news, as those are two very important pieces of software for a usable modern desktop operating...
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    Help or guidance with Subnetting and Routing on FreeBSD/BSDRP for home network.

    Hi all! Been some time. I've been struggling a lot recently trying to segment out my expanding flat network structure. The more I look at my home network the more I realise it needs some very well deserved best networking practice applied to it. So, I've started to vlan off segments for...
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    Check MK agent on Freenas

    Hi everyone, I have a question about installing a check mk agent on freenas. My question is if there is someone that knows exactely how to do that. I am a complete noob with Freebsd so please explane step by step. I already search the internet but not found any sollution to it. Help will be very...
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    PfSense Teases Encryption For Version 2.5

    PfSense has just released updated hardware requirements for future versions of the companies software. For those not in the know, pfSense is an open source firewall computer software distribution that is built upon FreeBSD. Instead of specialized and costly equipment, pfSense is installed on a...
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