Update pfSense from the command line | pfSense is awesome open source router software based on FreeBSD. It features a nice web interface to do any tasks! While the main way to administer and upgrade pfSense is via the web interface, one can also upgrade via command line. Check it out!
How-To Setup IPv6 on Time Warner Cable with pfSense | TWC in most areas offers native IPv6. Here is how I got IPv6 working with pfSense in my area (Raleigh, NC) with router advertisements and stateless autoconfig!
Disable SSH OS Banner on FreeBSD | By default, FreeBSD includes an SSH banner that identifies the exact OS. For best security, you may wish to disable broadcasting this information to the world. Here’s the tip!
Apply Security Updates to FreeBSD with pkgng | FreeBSD has had a plethora of ways to install packages. FreeBSD has decided to make pkgng the new replacement for previous binary package managers. Here’s is how to apply security updates to FreeBSD with pkgng!
pfSense – Free Open Source Firewall | pfSense is an excellent customization of FreeBSD for use either as a firewall or a router. FreeBSD is known for powering many commercial and large enterprise firewall appliances. pfSense gives you that same extensive feature set in a version you can install yourself on your own hardware or purchase pre-installed by many vendors. pfSense is
How to Install Gnome in FreeBSD 8.2 | So you’ve installed FreeBSD. Now what? Here is how to get a basic Gnome desktop going. Install gnome2 and xorg as shown below. This can take some time to download and install all of the required packages. # pkg_add -r gnome2 # pkg_add -r xorg Next, add proc to /etc/fstab: # vi /etc/fstab proc /proc