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Hint: FreeBSD ports and audio

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FreeBSDFrom a discussion on the freebsd-ports mailinglist: "All ports and packages should be built with audio/sndio and audio/portaudio (not pulseaudio) as default for the front end to the FreeBSD's native OSS backend".
 
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uarduno - FreeBSD Kernel Driver for the Arduino Uno

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FreeBSDuarduno is a FreeBSD kernel driver for the Arduino Uno USB interface.
 
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FreeBSD 10.4-release

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FreeBSDFreeBSD 10.4-release is available from October, 4th, 2017. Release announcement, Notes and Errata.
 
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RAIDzilla

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FreeBSDA storage server built with server class hardware, and FreeBSD as the operating system.
 
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FreeBSD 11.0-RELEASE

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FreeBSDFreeBSD 11.0-RELEASE is here.
 
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FreeBSD: terminal emulators in ports tree

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FreeBSDIn the old days, people used terminals to access computers. A terminal was a physical box with a keyboard, screen and some connectivity to a computer (serial port, network or other port).
 
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FreeBSD on EdgeRouter Lite

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FreeBSDFrom cpercival's blog: FreeBSD on EdgeRouter Lite - no serial port required.
 
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FreeBSD 10.3 released

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FreeBSDOn April 4th, 2016 FreeBSD 10.3 was released.
 
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quick tip: how do you find out which packages were installed from a repository?

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FreeBSDSo, if you use both pkg and ports in FreeBSD, how do you tell which packages were installed from a repository, and which you installed from source (via the ports tree)?
 
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FreeBSD and IPv6

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FreeBSDFirst there is a Handbook chapter on IPv6.
 
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