That being said, here’s a minimal setup that works, as of today, on a Raspberry Pi 3 with a single Ethernet connection, running FreeBSD 13.2.
This guide aims to make VNET Jails networking little closer and simple. While one can use Netgraph bridge for this purpose – we will use the simpler and more obvious classic network bridge supported by if_bridge(4) driver on FreeBSD.
Ping, but with a graph
Should it be a Local or a Remote tunnel? What are the flags? Is it a local_port:remote_port or the other way around? So, I decided to finally wrap my head around it, and it resulted in a series of labs and a visual cheat sheet
ZFS Boot Environments are first class and one of the main features of the FreeBSD operating system.
However, there is one thing I would like my own server for: discoverability. Much like with e-mail, I want folks to have an easy address to find me, and one that I can keep giving out to everyone even if later I switch to a different Mastodon server. A bit like e-mail forwarding to your ISP’s e-mail service.
The good news is: you can use your own domain and share it with other folks. It will link to your actual account.
A simple Playbook to configure a new FreeBSD based server.
So without further ardo, I introduce my 7 points of how to spot software projects that may or may not work for you.
The top ten things I configure on a new installation.
Simplify health checks and routine maintenance tasks with FreeBSD period scripts
Instead of giving you encyclopedic listings of every possible argument and use case for each of these ubiquitous commands, we're going to teach you how to think about them—and how to easily, productively incorporate them in your own daily command-line use.
An open-source guide to help you write better command-line programs, taking traditional UNIX principles and updating them for the modern day.
Bootstraps a Matrix Synapse Server with PostgreSQL and Nginx Reverse Proxy including TLS certificate in one container (jail) with BastilleBSD ready to use.
Manage multiple runtime versions with a single CLI tool