QEMU is a hypervisor, that can emulate many number of architectures.Some of the architectures include:
In this article lets look at, how to install QEMU on FreeBSD 10. By default, QEMU on FreeBSD supports the following architectures.
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Magento is an open-source e-commerce platform written in PHP. In this article let us see how to install Magento 1.8 on FreeBSD 10.x. This procedure is tested on FreeBSD 10.2.
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The installation of OpenCart is FreeBSD is pretty straight forward. The following article can be used as a procedure to do a basic install of OpenCart on FreeBSD. This is tested on FreeBSD 10.2.
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WordPress on FreeBSD needs a working FAMP stack. Let start off the installation by setting up a FAMP stack first. Install the FAMP stack using this link.
The following procedure is tested on FreeBSD 10.2
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MediaWiki is a free software open source Wiki package written in PHP. This is a article about, how to install MediaWiki on FreeBSD 10.
Minimum requirements for installing MediaWiki on FreeBSD:
- Any 64 bit processor
- 256 MB RAM
- 85 MB disk space
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FreeBSD can also be used to host Network File Service(NFS). We can use FreeBSD as NFS server and also as an NFS client. In this article let us look at how to configure NFS server on FreeBSD 10. Continue reading “Getting Started with NFS on FreeBSD 10”
As per Wikipedia, Nginx is an open source reverse proxy server for HTTP, HTTPS, SMTP, POP3, and IMAP protocols, as well as a load balancer, HTTP cache, and a web server. It runs on FreeBSD too. Lets now see how to install Nginx on FreeBSD and to Configure it as a Webserver.
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