no, bad does not have ext4 support.
there might be 3rd-party ext2 or ext3 support, but no ext4 for you.
maybe you should've asked before installing.
reformat & set up sftp, nfs, or nas, or replace w/ linux
well it turns out that ext4fuse exists, which got my 2gb flashdrive mounted, but it wont work with my 3tb external hard drive. it just gives me this errorAssertion failed: (pread_ret == 1024), function pread_wrapper, file disk.c, line 47.
is there any hope, or do i have to reformat
also nice chmod trips
I just got a call from the owner of a hotel for which we provide hotspot service. She says that a guest spotted the "Powered by FreeBSD" logo at the bottom of the login page, and was offended; the guest was convinced that either we or the hotel management "worshipped the Devil" and refused to stay at the hotel unless the logo was removed. The owner could make no headway by explaining that the besneakered mascot was a cartoon character and was a daemon, not the Devil. And she feared upsetting the guest even more if she said that large portions of the same software are inside every Mac and iPad. The hotel stands to lose more than $1000 if the guest, who had originally planned to stay for a long period, moves out.
One of our tech support people also got a call directly from the hotel guest, who claimed that having the logo on the page constituted "abuse." The guest also claimed to be "losing money" because she wouldn't use the hotspot if there was a "devil" on the splash page. He didn't even realize what she was talking about at first.... He couldn't imagine why on Earth this person was calling him and going on about devils.
Attempts at misguided religious censorship notwithstanding, I don't want to see one of my ISP's customers lose business. And I'd like to keep a FreeBSD logo on our hotspot page. Is there artwork that doesn't include horned creatures that might offend the ignorant or superstitious?
I use an older version FreeBSD as a means to play Quake 2. Running games from the mid 1990s is a bitch with modern operating systems like windows 7 and 10. But that's just my personal philosophy.
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A mail server would be a pretty good start. If wanted to start smaller that that I'd suggest making an OpenBSD VM and trying to install some old classics like quake 2 or some other options available on the BSD platform.
I dont understand how this would fit into my home network architecture - could you explain further please? with an example of how it would help me? thank you
Switch to OpenBSD I'm sure no one will have an issue with the mascot.
I will never understand why anyone would choose to have a devil-like horned creature as a logo for a product or software they want people to use. It is inevitably going to have a negative impact on the product either directly through being passed over for other options or by proxy like in the case you described. It's so easy to choose a logo that will not upset religious and/or overly sensitive people. Using a potentially offensive logo is like naming your OS Gay Ass Unix or Dog Shit Linux. I'm sure a handful of people can easily get past the name, but a lot of people will ignore it no matter how good reviews the OS gets because they don't want something called Dog Shit and they don't want to live in fear of customers finding out their family-friendly company is run on Gay Ass Unix.
The people who get offended by a cartoon devil logo are also offended by Harry Potter for promoting witchcraft. They're the conservative version of the "safe spaces" kids who think freedom of expression ends where their hurt feelings begin.
It would essentially replace your router, which you can still keep as a wifi access point if you turn off its dhcp server.
You might not feel you need this, but it's an easy first project and you'll learn a bit about networking doing it.
Could be, but I think there are more people who feel uneasy about a logo like that than just the people who would make noise about it. Those people would just silently steer clear of stuff that is connected to it.
>And I'd like to keep a FreeBSD logo on our hotspot page.
There's literally no reason for this. Just get rid of it.
You could probably even get rid of the router completely if you have the right wi-fi network card in your computer, right? I think some wi-fi cards can actually transmit wi-fi signals instead of just receiving.
>OpenBSD's CWM is possibly one of the greatest window managers ever made.
Sure, I made it look like Plan 9 on purpose, because I felt like it.
You could really rice it if you wanted to, though. I gotta think about adding a gap and getting a status bar on top.
Another kind of OpenBSD-related window manager that's good is Spectrwm. It's practically an easy-to-use version of DWM.
Also has sane key bindings out of the box from what I remember.
OpenBSD makes a great mail server since everything you need but Dovecot and possibly webmail is right in the base install. Set up spamd in front of OpenSMTPd, get some certs from Let's Encrypt, pkg_add dovecot, and go.