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pkg (aka pkgng) 1.0 released is a quick overview of pkgng, how to use it and some of the new features that will be available.You might find the official wiki page interesting reading if you haven’t seen it already, pkgng – Free BSD Wiki.

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First let’s install pkgng, (should we be calling it simply ‘pkg’?

), it is in the Free BSD ports tree and you can find it under ‘ports-mgmt/pkg‘.

This tool has been imported from the Solaris operating system and until now in Free BSD is essentially functional for the kernel.

The kernel needs to be compiled with the following options to support the DTrace entry points and to embed the options KDTRACE_HOOKS # all architectures - enable general DTrace hooks options KDTRACE_FRAME # amd64-only makeoptions WITH_CTF=yes # embed Compact C Type code options DDB_CTF # all architectures - kernel ELF linker loads CTF data If you have enough RAM, it is possible to reduce the updating time by choosing a filesystem in memory rather than on disk for the various compilation stages.

The amount of memory to allocate depends of course on the available resources and what will need to be updated (system, ports).

[ ] GNOME Build GUI monitor based on GNOME [ ] GTK Build GUI monitor based on GTK [X] RFC2553 Enable IPv6 support [ ] AVAHI Enable Avahi Zeroconf/m DNS/Bonjour support [X] COMPILER_LINKS Create symlinks to distcc file can control what will be included or excluded from the base distribution.

Unfortunately, sometimes USB keyboards are not operational.

The solution is to manually specify it from the boot loader (when BIOS is still handling the keyboard): # Keyboard / Mouse / Screen #--------------------------- keymap="acc" # French keyboard moused_flags="-3" # Emulate 3rd button saver="NO" # No screen saver logo blanktime="NO" # Never shutdown the screen # Auto-diagnostic #----------------- smartd_enable="YES" # Check Harddisk health dumpdev="AUTO" # Save dump during kernel panic # Misc #------ clear_tmp_enable="YES" # Clear /tmp at startup fsck_y_enable="YES" # Assume 'yes' for fsck syslogd_flags="-s -s" # secure mode (no network) For network interface with heavy traffic load, it is advised to activate polling instead of using interrupts.

This difficulty to logically represent disk devices, make it prone to failure for the operating system to find the right device when the computer is rebooted.

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