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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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quick tip: firstboot- ports

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FreeBSDIf you play with FreeBSD images (vagrant, anybody?) or other virtual machine images, the following ports might be of use to you.
 
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Finch

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FreeBSDFinch - FreeBSD in a chroot.
 
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RaspBSD

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FreeBSDRaspBSD is a image of FreeBSD 11 that is preconfigured in two different images for Raspberry Pi Computers (and more soon).
 
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FreeBSD 10.2 released

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FreeBSDFreeBSD 10.2 was released on August 13th, 2015. From the announcement: "The FreeBSD Release Engineering Team is pleased to announce the availability of FreeBSD 10.2-RELEASE. This is the third release of the stable/10 branch, which improves on the stability of FreeBSD 10.1-RELEASE and introduces some new features."
 
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Zocker

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FreeBSDInteresting project: Zocker: DIY Docker on FreeBSD.
 
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ddpt - dd to / from block devices

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FreeBSDFrom the web page: "The ddpt utility is a variant of the standard Unix command dd which copies files. The ddpt utility specializes in files that are block devices."
 
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