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Old 05-14-2002
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My freeBsd were setup security wrong how do I reinstall it?
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Old 05-19-2002
Re: System free bsd install wrong....

Originally posted by dansu92833
My freeBsd were setup security wrong how do I reinstall it?
boot in single mode [stop booting process when it says "booting in 9,8.. seconds" and then write at the console boot -s] then re-run /stand/sysinstall and change security option
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