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1. Shell Programming and Scripting
I'm trying to run the below sed command someone showed me to remove comments, blank lines and line continuations from a file but I get the following label error: Label too long: :loop;/\\$/N;s/\\\n//;t loop
sed '/^ *#/d' <$1 | sed '/^$/d' | sed ':loop;/\\$/N;s/\\\n//;t loop' | sed 's/\+/... (7 Replies)
Discussion started by: Jazmania
Many of our machines are using the same FreeBSD install apart from details such as user name and node name. What would be an efficient way to install these machines without having to go through the sysinstall questions every time? We could create an iso image, but how are the user name and node... (0 Replies)
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3. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
I have installed freeBSD 7.1.
then I installed perl-5.8.8_1 from Ports, I read somewhere that If I install perl from port then it will automatically install bsdpan. But it did not work out.
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Discussion started by: mukundranjan
;)Hello everyone,I'm a new FreeBSD user,I don't know how to intall the BSD on desktop,please help me ~~ Thanks~~:D (11 Replies)
Discussion started by: johnney
I use DesktopBSD (FreeBSD + KDE) and regularly install this on our machines. Currently I go to the package manager to install the ports, but what shell command can I enter instead right after BSD install to install the ports?
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Discussion started by: figaro
at root command line
# pkg_add -r gnome2
This will download the latest GNOME 2.22 packages from the FreeBSD FTP site, and proceed to install them on your system.
Up-to-date GNOME packages for i386 and amd64 for all supported versions of FreeBSD are also available from the GNOME Tinderbox.... (0 Replies)
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7. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
hi. I am newbie in Unix. I wanted to install Free BSD 5.2.1 to my computer which winXp was already installed. But i couldn't.
I chose Standard. Then it said you are going to use dos style fdisk partitioning. Then a window displayed begining like this.
WARNING: A geometry of 155127/16/63 for... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: sualcavab
sup everyone, i am having trouble installing freebsd 5.4
when i'm done installing freebsd, it came out like this
screen shot 1
then i typed startx, it came out like this..
screen shot 2
i don't think it's normal.. so i went with "exit", it came out like this
screen shot 3
... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: royal
9. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Hi, everyone. Last night I tried to install FreeBSD Unix 4.5 to my compaq desktop. During the installation, it showed some message says some devices "collaped". Does it mean my computer not support unix, or I need to config those data? (7 Replies)
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10. UNIX Desktop Questions & Answers
Not entirely sure if this belongs here but here it is. I am installing FreeBSD, downloaded the ISO from their website, created the Bootdisk. And when I try to boot, I get this error, 'Panic, Couldn't Inialize. Will not continue without Inialization'. I get the prompt telling me that it will... (2 Replies)
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