Effectively, -STABLE is the latest version of Free BSD you can get without breaking installed software. y [...] Removing old libraries Please be sure no application still uses those libraries, else you can not start such an application.[source] Move the current source code to a backup folder to be sure to get only -STABLE code: mergemaster -p *** Creating the temporary root environment in /var/tmp/temproot *** /var/tmp/temproot ready for use *** Creating and populating directory structure in /var/tmp/temproot *** Beginning comparison *** Temp ./etc/group and installed have the same Id, deleting *** Temp ./etc/master.passwd and installed have the same Id, deleting *** Comparison complete *** /var/tmp/temproot is empty, deleting Removing old files (only deletes safe to delete libs) remove /usr/include/clang/3.3/__wmmintrin_aes.h? Consult UPDATING for more information regarding how to cope with the removal/revision bump of a specific library.
These two installations are similar, but differ in certain points.
Paragraphs below enunciate the variants of their respective installation.# Generated by Eric Douzet - Mon Jun 30 2008 # # Free BSD /usr/local/etc/# [mysqld] datadir = /var/db/mysql socket = /tmp/user=mysql [mysqld_safe] log-error = /var/log/With Free BSD 9.2 Selecting the apache22-2.2.27_2 version which is a must of speed and stability, this version possess much more security and is preferable.
Connect to the Server in Super-user mode « fetch ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/Free BSD/ports/amd64/packages-9.2-release/ports-mgmt/portmaster-3.17.1fetch ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/Free BSD/ports/i386/packages-9.2-release/ports-mgmt/portmaster-3.17.1It changes the list of components software of the System constituted from 24 048 Packages, after these two operations, we can really begin the procedure of installation of Ports and the Server install.
Then continue the installation with the commands below : ee /etc/# Apache suexec for Virtualmin SUEXEC_DOCROOT="/home" # Berkeley DB db5 or db6 database # WITH_BDB_VER=5 or WITH_BDB_VER=6 WITH_BDB_VER=6 # Specific version for Perl DEFAULT_VERSIONS= perl5=5.18# DO NOT FORCE DELETE older Berkeley DB packages, that breaks the upgrade # tools.
Instead, first rebuild the ports that depend on it, # then remove the old Berkeley DB versions.
# # portupgrade -N db6-6.0.20 # # portmaster apr apache22 # portmaster ap22-mod_security # portmaster ruby # portmaster portupgrade # portmaster php5- # of Free BSD I read quite a lot of stupidities on the Net, especially concerning Apache, Bind et My SQL, the correct syntax is that presented below, this gives complete satisfaction with the aforesaid Servers.
If you still have a question or problem, please take the output of `uname -a’, along with any relevant error messages, and email it as a question to the [email protected] mailing list.
If you are unfamiliar with Free BSD’s directory layout, please refer to the hier(7) manual page.
Restart the Server with shutdown -r now IP address of DNS Servers primary and secondary of Network settings for the three ethernet interfaces of the Server When a Server possesses several Ethernet Interfaces, parametrize the appropriate network classes with Webmin, as in the example displayed and exposed here. * Broadcast address 192.1 for IP Address 192.168.16.1 /24 or Netmask 255.255.255.0 * Ethernet (Virtual) Broadcast address 192.1 for IP Address 192.1 /32 or Netmask 255.255.255.255 * Broadcast address 192.168.1.255 for IP Address 192.168.1.1 /24 or Netmask 255.255.255.0 * Broadcast address 192.168.2.255 for IP Address 192.168.2.1 /24 or Netmask 255.255.255.0 We have to obtain a similar result, according to selection the network class. Before seeking technical support, please use the following resources: o Security advisories and updated errata information for all releases are at
Free BSD.org/releases/ - always consult the ERRATA section for your release first as it’s updated frequently. Free BSD.org/ and, along with the mailing lists, can be searched by going to If the doc distribution has been installed, they’re also available formatted in /usr/share/doc.
If you are not familiar with manual pages, type `man man’.