Now as we read through the security log, we'll get to see first-hand what sort of packets do try to make their way into your Free BSD computer.When I first set up a firewall on a system, I like to keep an eye on the security log for the first week or so to see the amount and type of traffic which is being logged.The easiest way to find out detected hardware information under Free BSD is go through /var/run/file.This file is usually a snapshot of the buffer contents taken soon after file systems are mounted at startup time. Just Linux, Free BSD follows some sort of physical disk naming conventions: The CAM subsystem provides a uniform and modular system for the implementation of drivers to control various SCSI and ATA devices, and to utilize different SCSI and ATA host adapters through host adapter drivers.
The yum command line tool is used to install and update software packages under Cent OS / RHEL / Fedora Linux.After PHP installation, I couldn't find libphp5in /usr/local/libexec/apache24/!A little googling found articles/forums on older version of FAMP.Since then, it's grown to become the most powerful and flexible way to manage software. You only need to do "fetch extract" the very first time you install.It's been copied and imitated by others, and is the basis of Open BSD's ports, Net BSD's pkgsrc, Dragon Fly BSD's dports and even Gentoo Linux's portage. After that, you can keep your tree up to date by issuing: For more information and options, see the portsnap man page.