CUPS is the standards-based, open source printing system for UNIX Based operating systems. CUPS stands for Common Unix Print System. It serves as the default print server for almost all the linux and BSD distributions. It consists of the following components
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Lumina Desktop Environment is a desktop environment for Unix and Unix-like operating systems mainly developed for BSD.
In this article let us see how to install Lumina Desktop environment on FreeBSD 11.
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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 11. By default, QEMU on FreeBSD supports the following architectures.
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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 11
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In this article we will have a look at how to reset the root password on FreeBSD 11
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FreeBSD is available for installation on Raspberry pi, from version 10.0. We can install and Configure FreeBSD 11.x using the following procedure.
The FreeBSD is available as prebuilt image from the official repository .The following is a directory in one of the official mirrors of FreeBSD.
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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 11.
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