Jails are available on FreeBSD since version 4.4. Let us see how to implement jails in FreeBSD 11.x using ezjail. Ezjail is a tool used to create and administer jails.
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Zurmo is an Open Source CRM software by Zurmo inc. In this article, let see how to install the community edition of this software.
Update the packages
apt-get update && apt-get upgrade
Install the dependencies required
apt-get install lamp-server^
apt-get install memcached php-apc php-soap php-pear php5-memcache php5-curl php5-imap php5-gd php5-dbg php5-mcrypt php5-ldap
Enable the required PHP modules
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XFCE is a lightweight desktop environment for Unix like Operaing Systems. In this article let us see how to install XFCE on FreeBSD 11.
FreeBSD 11 can be downloaded from this link. Install FreeBSD according to your requirements, and once the installation is complete, use the following steps to install XFCE desktop evironment.
For more details and documentation of XFCE desktop you can have a look here.
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FAMP stands for “FreeBSD, Apache, MySQL and PHP”. The following procedure shows how you can install FAMP server on FreeBSD 11 using ‘pkg’ tool.
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Magento needs a working LAMP stack. Let start off the installation by setting up a LAMP stack first. It can be done using the following command.
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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 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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KDE desktop is around for quite some time, as desktop environment for many open source operation systems. KDE-4 is the latest version of KDE In this article, lets look at how to install KDE4 on FreeBSD 11.
FreeBSD 11 can be downloaded from this link. Install FreeBSD according to your requirements, and once the installation is complete, use the following steps to install KDE desktop evironment.
For more details and documentation of KDE desktop you can have a look here.
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Amazon VPC CIDR (the /16 one) – 172.31.0.0/16 is our example
Ubuntu 14.04 instance launched in a public subnet with EIP attached
- EIP of the above machine – 18.104.22.168 is our example
- SSH connection to the Ubuntu instance
Setting up the server
We are going to use a distribution of OpenVPN called OpenVPN-NL (http://openvpn.fox-it.com/) because it has more secure defaults than the standard OpenVPN installation that is distributed with Ubuntu. Also, OpenVPN-NL makes use of mbed-TLS (previously PolarSSL) instead of OpenSSL because of its compactness and ease of auditability (is that even a word?). Run all following commands as the root user: Continue reading “Accessing AWS VPC instances using OpenVPN-NL”
Gnome is one of the most popular desktop environments. Gnome 3 is the latest version of this software. In this article, let us look at how to install Gnome 3 on FreeBSD 11.
FreeBSD 11 can be downloaded from this link. Install FreeBSD according to your requirements, and once the installation is complete, use the following steps to install Gnome3 desktop evironment.
You can find more details and documentation about Gnome 3 here.
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