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- Jun 17 2016, 8:17 PM (104 w, 4 d)
Nov 3 2017
Were the tips removed by this added to adduser(8) or the Handbook?
In my testing, this appears to be based on FreeBSD 10.1, which is well supported by AHCI emulation. Supporting back to 5.0 or earlier would make this much more useful.
Consider changing it to mention of using a "memstick" .img installer in Shell mode. I find them quite useful for rescue work and the install media can even be used to boot the new installation in bhyve(8).
Aug 17 2017
Have you found any time?
Aug 14 2017
Several people would like to see this through. Please add a copyright and license to the work.
May 23 2017
mat, is this something you can commit?
Ed's comments are all accurate. This document conflates many things and suggest we take a moment to address them at BSDCan or in advance. I for one think the nuts and bolts of SVN be separated out, ideally in a way that produces a document that can double as an in-base man page for snvlite(1).
Mar 23 2017
Yes, this is a forklift upgrade of a ransom note of a document. Please specify the sequence of changes you would like to see.
Mar 12 2017
Those Actions don't quite sound like what I want..
Those Actions are not intuitive
Sep 12 2016
Sep 7 2016
That's correct. And I prefer that the problem is fixed in beadm from ports.
Sep 6 2016
Some of the issues that this addresses, as pointed out:
Aug 1 2016
The original sysbench author promised an updated release but may have abandoned the project. Percona has forked it for their purposes. Other suggestions in this situation?
Jul 21 2016
Support for FreeBSD 6 and older, even if for historical/academic purposes, is a topic that keeps coming up. Legacy systems come in all shapes and sizes and I can think of at least one point-of-sale vendor that spans generations of FreeBSD and other Unix systems.
Jul 17 2016
I can't help but notice that there is a /usr/share/firmware directory.
Jul 11 2016
May I suggest removing "-edk2" from the port name? Few users know what this means and it is easily forgotten.