Index

Symbols

-CURRENT, FreeBSD-CURRENT vs. FreeBSD-STABLE
compiling, Using FreeBSD-CURRENT
Syncing with CTM, Using FreeBSD-CURRENT
Syncing with CVSup, Using FreeBSD-CURRENT
using, Using FreeBSD-CURRENT
-STABLE, FreeBSD-CURRENT vs. FreeBSD-STABLE, What Is FreeBSD-STABLE?
compiling, Using FreeBSD-STABLE
syncing with CTM, Using FreeBSD-STABLE
syncing with CVSup, Using FreeBSD-STABLE
using, Using FreeBSD-STABLE
.k5login, User configuration files: .k5login and .k5users
.k5users, User configuration files: .k5login and .k5users
.rhosts, Dump and Restore
/boot/kernel.old, Building and Installing a Custom Kernel
/etc, Partition Layout
/etc/gettytab, /etc/gettytab
/etc/groups, Groups
/etc/login.conf, Limiting Users
/etc/mail/access, sendmail Configuration
/etc/mail/aliases, sendmail Configuration
/etc/mail/local-host-names, sendmail Configuration
/etc/mail/mailer.conf, sendmail Configuration
/etc/mail/mailertable, sendmail Configuration
/etc/mail/sendmail.cf, sendmail Configuration
/etc/mail/virtusertable, sendmail Configuration
/etc/remote, How Am I Expected to Enter These AT Commands?
/etc/ttys, /etc/ttys
/usr, Partition Layout
/usr/bin/login, Quick Overview
/usr/local/etc, Application Configuration
/usr/share/skel, adduser
/var, Partition Layout
10 base 2, Stand-alone ISDN Bridges/Routers
10 base T, Stand-alone ISDN Bridges/Routers
386BSD, A Brief History of FreeBSD, The Current FreeBSD Release
386BSD Patchkit, A Brief History of FreeBSD
4.3BSD-Lite, A Brief History of FreeBSD
4.4BSD-Lite, Welcome to FreeBSD!, What Can FreeBSD Do?
802.11
see wireless networking

A

Abacus, Abacus
AbiWord, AbiWord
accounting
disk space, File System Quotas
printer, lpf: a Text Filter, Accounting for Printer Usage
accounts
adding, adduser
changing password, passwd
daemon, System Accounts
groups, Groups
limiting, Limiting Users
modifying, Modifying Accounts
nobody, System Accounts
operator, System Accounts
removing, rmuser
superuser (root), The Superuser Account
system, System Accounts
user, User Accounts
ACL, File System Access Control Lists
ACPI, What Is ACPI?, Background
ASL, ASL, acpidump, and IASL, Fixing Your ASL
debugging, Getting Debugging Output From ACPI
error messages, Fixing Your ASL
problems, Using and Debugging FreeBSD ACPI, Common Problems, Getting Debugging Output From ACPI
Acrobat Reader, Acrobat Reader
address redirection, Address Redirection
adduser, adduser, Administrator Level Setup
AIX, What Is It?
Alpha, FreeBSD/alpha, Disk Layouts for the Alpha, Booting for the Alpha, FreeBSD/alpha Bootup
Alpha BIOS, FreeBSD/alpha
Amanda, Amanda
amd, Automatic Mounts with amd
anti-aliased fonts, Anti-Aliased Fonts
Apache, Who Uses FreeBSD?, Apache HTTP Server
configuration file, Configuration
modules, Apache Modules
starting or stopping, Running Apache
APIC
disabling, System Hangs (temporary or permanent)
APM, The Configuration File, What Is ACPI?
applications
Maple, Installing Maple
Mathematica, Installing Mathematica
MATLAB, Installing MATLAB
Oracle, Installing Oracle
SAP R/3, Installing SAP R/3
apsfilter, Automated Conversion: an Alternative to Conversion Filters
ARC, FreeBSD/alpha
ASCII, Troubleshooting, Encodings
AT&T, A Brief History of FreeBSD
AUDIT, Synopsis
automatic mounter daemon, Automatic Mounts with amd
AutoPPP, mgetty and AutoPPP

B

backup floppies, Can I Use Floppies for Backing Up My Data?
backup software
Amanda, Amanda
cpio, cpio
dump / restore, Dump and Restore
pax, pax
tar, tar
banner pages
see header pages
Basic Input/Output System
see BIOS
baud rate, Serial Ports
BGP, Building a Router
binary compatibility
BSD/OS, What Can FreeBSD Do?
Linux, What Can FreeBSD Do?, Synopsis
NetBSD, What Can FreeBSD Do?
SCO, What Can FreeBSD Do?
SVR4, What Can FreeBSD Do?
BIND, Troubleshooting, Overview
caching name server, Caching Name Server
configuration files, Configuration Files
starting, Starting BIND
zone files, Zone Files
BIOS, BIOS Drive Numbering, The Booting Problem
bits-per-second, Checking a Serial Printer, Terminology
Blowfish, DES, Blowfish, MD5, and Crypt
Blue Mountain Arts, Who Uses FreeBSD?
Bluetooth, Bluetooth
Boot Loader, The Booting Problem
Boot Manager, The Booting Problem, The Boot Manager and Boot Stages
boot-loader, Stage Three, /boot/loader
booting, Synopsis
BOOTP
diskless operation, Configuration Using BOOTP
bootstrap, Synopsis
Bourne shells, Shells
bridge, Introduction
browsers
web, Browsers
BSD Copyright, FreeBSD Project Goals
BSD partitions, Using sysinstall8
bsdlabel, Before the Disaster, After the Disaster

C

CARP, Common Access Redundancy Protocol (CARP)
CD burner
ATAPI, Introduction
ATAPI/CAM driver, Using the ATAPI/CAM Driver
CDROMs
burning, burncd, cdrecord
creating, Creating and Using Optical Media (CDs)
creating bootable, mkisofs
centronics
see parallel printers
CHAP, Assumptions, PPP and Static IP Addresses, PAP and CHAP Authentication
chpass, chpass
Cisco, Using pppd as a Client
Coda, Network, Memory, and File-Backed File Systems
command line, Shells
committers, The FreeBSD Development Model
Common Access Redundancy Protocol, Common Access Redundancy Protocol (CARP)
compilers
C, What Can FreeBSD Do?
C++, What Can FreeBSD Do?
FORTRAN, What Can FreeBSD Do?
compression, Can I Compress My Backups?
Computer Systems Research Group (CSRG), What Can FreeBSD Do?, The Current FreeBSD Release
comsat, Securing Root-run Servers and SUID/SGID Binaries
Concurrent Versions System
see CVS
console, The Console, Single-User Mode
contributors, The FreeBSD Development Model
core team, The FreeBSD Development Model
coredumpsize, Limiting Users
country codes, Language and Country Codes
cpio, cpio
cputime, Limiting Users
cron, Using FreeBSD-CURRENT, Using FreeBSD-STABLE
configuration, Configuring the cron Utility
crypt, DES, Blowfish, MD5, and Crypt
cryptography, mod_ssl
CTM, Synchronizing Your Source, Using CTM
cu, Installing FreeBSD on a System without a Monitor or Keyboard
cuad, Serial Port Configuration
CUPS, Alternatives to the Standard Spooler
CVS
anonymous, Synchronizing Your Source, Introduction
repository, The FreeBSD Development Model
cvsup, Using FreeBSD-CURRENT, Using FreeBSD-STABLE

D

dangerously dedicated, Disk Organization
DCE, Terminology
default route, Things You Have to Do Only Once, An Example, Default Routes
Denial of Service (DoS), Introduction, Denial of Service Attacks
DES, DES, Blowfish, MD5, and Crypt
device nodes, Common Problems
device.hints, Device Hints
DGA, Determining Video Capabilities
DHCP
configuration files, Files, Files
dhcpd.conf, Configuring the DHCP Server
diskless operation, Configuration Using ISC DHCP
installation, DHCP Server Installation
requirements, FreeBSD Integration
server, FreeBSD Integration
dial-in service, Dial-in Service
dial-out service, Dial-out Service
directories, Permissions
directory hierarchy, Directory Structure
disk concatenation, Access Bottlenecks
Disk Labels, Labeling Disk Devices
Disk Mirroring, RAID1 - Mirroring, Data Integrity
disk quotas, Limiting Users, File System Quotas
checking, Configuring Your System to Enable Disk Quotas, Checking Quota Limits and Disk Usage
limits, Setting Quota Limits
disk striping, Access Bottlenecks
diskless operation, Diskless Operation
/usr read-only, Running with a Read-only /usr
kernel configuration, Building a Diskless Kernel
diskless workstation, Diskless Operation
disks
adding, Adding Disks
detaching a memory disk, Detaching a Memory Disk from the System
encrypting, Encrypting Disk Partitions
file-backed, File-Backed File System
memory, Network, Memory, and File-Backed File Systems
memory file system, Memory-Based File System
virtual, Network, Memory, and File-Backed File Systems
DNS, Hostnames, MS Extensions, Using Electronic Mail, Mail for Your Domain, Overview
records, Zone Files
DNS Server, What Can FreeBSD Do?
domain name, Things You Have to Do Only Once
DOS, Prepare the Boot Media, BIOS Drive Numbering, Kernel and File Systems
DoS attacks
see Denial of Service (DoS)
DSL, Filtering/Traffic Shaping Firewall
DSP, Common Problems
DTE, Terminology
dual homed hosts, Dual Homed Hosts
dump, Dump and Restore
DVD
burning, Creating and Using Optical Media (DVDs)
DVD+RW, Creating and Using Optical Media (DVDs)
DVD-RAM, Using a DVD-RAM
DVD-RW, Creating and Using Optical Media (DVDs)
DVD-Video, Creating and Using Optical Media (DVDs)
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
see DHCP

E

editors, Text Editors
ee, Text Editors
emacs, Text Editors
vi, Text Editors
ee, Text Editors
electronic mail
see email
ELF, How Does It Work?
branding, How Does It Work?
emacs, Text Editors
email, What Can FreeBSD Do?, Synopsis
change mta, Changing Your Mail Transfer Agent
configuration, Basic Configuration
receiving, Receiving Mail
troubleshooting, Troubleshooting
encodings, Encodings
environment variables, Shells
Etherboot, Preparing a Boot Program with Etherboot
Ethernet, slip.hosts Configuration
MAC address, Obtaining Your Mathematica Password, slip.login Configuration, An Example
execution class loader, How Does It Work?

F

failover, Link Aggregation and Failover
fdisk, Adding Disks
fec, Link Aggregation and Failover
fetchmail, Using fetchmail
file permissions, Permissions
file server
UNIX clients, How NFS Works
Windows clients, File and Print Services for Microsoft Windows clients (Samba)
file systems
HFS, mkisofs
ISO 9660, Introduction, mkisofs
Joliet, mkisofs
mounted with fstab, The fstab File
mounting, The mount Command
snapshots, File System Snapshots
unmounting, The umount Command
filesize, Limiting Users
finger, Securing Root-run Servers and SUID/SGID Binaries
Firefox, Firefox
firewall, What Can FreeBSD Do?, Firewalls, Filtering/Traffic Shaping Firewall, Firewalling
IPFILTER, The IPFILTER (IPF) Firewall
IPFW, IPFW
PF, The OpenBSD Packet Filter (PF) and ALTQ
rulesets, Firewall Concepts
fix-it floppies, Before the Disaster
floppy disks, Can I Use Floppies for Backing Up My Data?
flow control protocol, Serial Ports
fonts, Running the Mathematica Frontend over a Network
anti-aliased, Anti-Aliased Fonts
LCD screen, Anti-Aliased Fonts
spacing, Anti-Aliased Fonts
TrueType, TrueType Fonts
FORTRAN, Which Conversion Filters Should I Install?
Free Software Foundation, A Brief History of FreeBSD, The Current FreeBSD Release, GNU Info Files
FreeBSD Project
development model, The FreeBSD Development Model
goals, FreeBSD Project Goals
history, A Brief History of FreeBSD
FreeBSD Security Advisories, FreeBSD Security Advisories
FreshMeat, Finding Your Application
FreshPorts, Finding Your Application
FTP
anonymous, Anonymous FTP, Configure Additional Network Services, Configuration, Maintaining
passive mode, Choosing Your Installation Media
via a HTTP proxy, Choosing Your Installation Media
FTP servers, What Can FreeBSD Do?, File Transfer Protocol (FTP)

G

GateD, Running GateD
gateway, Gateways and Routes
GEOM, Synopsis, RAID0 - Striping, RAID1 - Mirroring, Labeling Disk Devices, UFS Journaling Through GEOM
GEOM Disk Framework
see GEOM
getty, Quick Overview
Ghostscript, Simulating PostScript on Non PostScript Printers
GNOME, About GNOME
anti-aliased fonts, Anti-aliased Fonts with GNOME
GNU Compiler Collection, What Can FreeBSD Do?
GNU General Public License (GPL), FreeBSD Project Goals
GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL), FreeBSD Project Goals
GNU toolchain, Installing Linux ELF Binaries
GnuCash, GnuCash
Gnumeric, Gnumeric
GQview, GQview
grace period, Checking Quota Limits and Disk Usage
Greenman, David, A Brief History of FreeBSD
Grimes, Rod, A Brief History of FreeBSD
groups, Groups
gv, gv
gzip, Can I Compress My Backups?

H

hard limit, Setting Quota Limits
HCI, Bluetooth
header pages, Enabling the Spooler: the /etc/printcap File, Header Pages
horizontal scan rate, Before Starting
hostname, Hostnames
hosts, /etc/hosts
HP-UX, What Is It?
Hubbard, Jordan, A Brief History of FreeBSD
hw.ata.wc, hw.ata.wc

I

I/O port, Common Problems
IEEE, pax
IKE, Step 2: Securing the link
image scanners, Image Scanners
IMAP, Using Electronic Mail, Accessing remote mailboxes using POP and IMAP
init, The Booting Problem, Init: Process Control Initialization
installation, Synopsis
floppies, Creating Installation Floppies
from MS-DOS, Installing from an MS-DOS Partition
from QIC/SCSI Tape, Creating an Installation Tape
headless (serial console), Installing FreeBSD on a System without a Monitor or Keyboard
network
Ethernet, Before Installing over a Network
FTP, Choosing Your Installation Media, Creating a Local FTP Site with a FreeBSD Disc
NFS, Before Installing via NFS
parallel (PLIP), Before Installing over a Network
serial (SLIP or PPP), Before Installing over a Network
troubleshooting, Troubleshooting
Intel i810 graphic chipset, Configuration with Intel i810 Graphics Chipsets
internationalization
see localization
Internet connection sharing, Overview
Internet Software Consortium (ISC), What Is DHCP?
interrupt storms, System Hangs (temporary or permanent)
IP aliases, Virtual Hosts
IP masquerading
see NAT
IP subnet, Introduction
IPCP, PPP and Dynamic IP Addresses
ipf, IPF
IPFILTER
enabling, Enabling IPF
kernel options, Kernel options
logging, IPMON
rule processing order, IPF Rule Sets
rule syntax, Rule Syntax
stateful filtering, Stateful Filtering
statistics, IPFSTAT
ipfstat, IPFSTAT
ipfw, The IPFW Command
enabling, Enabling IPFW
kernel options, Kernel Options
logging, Logging Firewall Messages
rule processing order, IPFW Rule Sets
rule syntax, Rule Syntax
stateful filtering, Stateful Rule Option
ipmon, IPMON
ipnat, IPNAT
IPsec, VPN over IPsec
AH, Understanding IPsec
ESP, Understanding IPsec
security policies, Step 2: Securing the link
IPX/SPX, Stand-alone ISDN Bridges/Routers
IRQ, Common Problems
ISA, Configuring the System
ISDN, Filtering/Traffic Shaping Firewall, ISDN
cards, ISDN Cards
stand-alone bridges/routers, Stand-alone ISDN Bridges/Routers
ISO 9660, Introduction
ISP, Assumptions, PPP and Static IP Addresses

J

jails, Jails
JMA Wired, Who Uses FreeBSD?
Jolitz, Bill, A Brief History of FreeBSD
Journaling, UFS Journaling Through GEOM

K

KDE, KDE
display manager, The KDE Display Manager
Kerberos5
configure clients, Kerberos enabling a client with Heimdal
enabling services, Kerberos enabling a server with Heimdal services
external resources, Resources and further information
history, History
Key Distribution Center, Setting up a Heimdal KDC
limitations and shortcomings, Mitigating limitations found in Kerberos
troubleshooting, Kerberos Tips, Tricks, and Troubleshooting
KerberosIV, Securing the root Account and Staff Accounts, Access Issues with Kerberos and SSH
initial startup, Making It All Run
installing, Installing KerberosIV
Kermit, Using pppd as a Client
kern.cam.scsi_delay, SCSI_DELAY (kern.cam.scsi_delay)
kern.ipc.somaxconn, kern.ipc.somaxconn
kern.maxfiles, kern.maxfiles
kernel, The Booting Problem
boot interaction, Kernel Interaction During Boot
bootflags, Kernel Boot Flags
building / installing, Building and Installing a Custom Kernel
building a custom kernel, Synopsis
compiling, Compile and Install a New Kernel
configuration, Configuring the System, Kernel Configuration, Configuration
configuration file, The Configuration File
NOTES, The Configuration File
kernel options
COMPAT_LINUX, Installation
cpu, The Configuration File
device pf, Kernel options
device pflog, Kernel options
device pfsync, Kernel options
FAST_IPSEC, Understanding IPsec
ident, The Configuration File
IPDIVERT, Kernel Options
IPFILTER, Kernel options
IPFILTER_DEFAULT_BLOCK, Kernel options
IPFILTER_LOG, Kernel options
IPFIREWALL, Kernel Options
IPFIREWALL_DEFAULT_TO_ACCEPT, Kernel Options
IPFIREWALL_VERBOSE, Kernel Options
IPFIREWALL_VERBOSE_LIMIT, Kernel Options
IPSEC, Understanding IPsec, Step 2: Securing the link
IPSEC_DEBUG, Understanding IPsec
IPSEC_ESP, Understanding IPsec
machine, The Configuration File
MROUTING, Multicast Routing
MSDOSFS, The Configuration File
NFS, The Configuration File
NFS_ROOT, The Configuration File
SCSI_DELAY, SCSI_DELAY (kern.cam.scsi_delay)
SMP, The Configuration File
kernel tuning, Kernel Tuning, Kernel Tuning
kernel.old, Loader Examples
keymap, Console Setup
KLD (kernel loadable object), Using Windows NDIS Drivers
KLD (kernel loadable object), Installation
KMyMoney, KMyMoney
KOffice, KOffice
Konqueror, Konqueror

L

L2CAP, Bluetooth
lacp, Link Aggregation and Failover
lagg, Link Aggregation and Failover
language codes, Language and Country Codes
LCD screen, Anti-Aliased Fonts
LCP, mgetty and AutoPPP
LDAP, Security Settings
limiting users, Limiting Users
coredumpsize, Limiting Users
cputime, Limiting Users
filesize, Limiting Users
maxproc, Limiting Users
memorylocked, Limiting Users
memoryuse, Limiting Users
openfiles, Limiting Users
quotas, Limiting Users
sbsize, Limiting Users
stacksize, Limiting Users
Linux, What Is It?
ELF binaries, Installing Linux ELF Binaries
installing Linux libraries, Installing Linux Runtime Libraries
Linux binary compatibility, Synopsis
LISA, Which Backup Program Is Best?
loadbalance, Link Aggregation and Failover
loader, Loader Program Flow
loader configuration, Loader Program Flow
locale, Necessary Locales, Using Localization, Setting Locale Methods, Shell Startup File Method
localization, What Is I18N/L10N?
German, German Language Localization (for All ISO 8859-1 Languages)
Japanese, Japanese and Korean Language Localization
Korean, Japanese and Korean Language Localization
Russian, Russian Language (KOI8-R Encoding)
Traditional Chinese, Traditional Chinese Localization for Taiwan
log files, Log File Configuration
FTP, Maintaining
login class, Setting Locale Methods, Administrator Level Setup
login name, Assumptions
loopback device, An Example
LPD spooling system, Synopsis
LPRng, Alternatives to the Standard Spooler
ls, Permissions

M

MAC, Synopsis
File System Firewall Policy, The MAC bsdextended Module
MAC Biba Integrity Policy, The MAC Biba Module
MAC Configuration Testing, Testing the Configuration
MAC Interface Silencing Policy, The MAC ifoff Module
MAC LOMAC, The MAC LOMAC Module
MAC Multi-Level Security Policy, The MAC Multi-Level Security Module
MAC Port Access Control List Policy, The MAC portacl Module
MAC Process Partition Policy, The MAC partition Module
MAC See Other UIDs Policy, The MAC seeotheruids Module
MAC Troubleshooting, Troubleshooting the MAC Framework
MacOS, Generating a Single One-time Password
mail host, The Mail Host
mail server daemons
exim, Mailhost Server Daemon
postfix, Mailhost Server Daemon
qmail, Mailhost Server Daemon
sendmail, Mailhost Server Daemon
Mail User Agents, Mail User Agents
mailing list, Rebuilding world
make, Compile the Base System
make.conf, Check /etc/make.conf
Mandatory Access Control
see MAC
manual pages, Manual Pages
Master Boot Record (MBR), The Booting Problem, The Boot Manager
maxproc, Limiting Users
MD5, DES, Blowfish, MD5, and Crypt
memory protection, What Can FreeBSD Do?
memorylocked, Limiting Users
memoryuse, Limiting Users
mencoder, mencoder
mergemaster, mergemaster
mgetty, mgetty and AutoPPP
Microsoft Windows, BIOS Drive Numbering, Using Windows NDIS Drivers, File and Print Services for Microsoft Windows clients (Samba)
device drivers, Using Windows NDIS Drivers
MIME, Setting Locale, Shell Startup File Method
MIT, Installing KerberosIV
modem, Modems and Cables, Using pppd as a Client, Prerequisites, ISDN Terminal Adapters
mod_perl
Perl, mod_perl
mod_php
PHP, mod_php
mount, Installing FreeBSD on a System without a Monitor or Keyboard, After the Disaster
mountd, How NFS Works
moused, Console Setup
Mozilla, Mozilla
disabling anti-aliased fonts, Anti-Aliased Fonts
MPlayer
making, Building MPlayer
use, Using MPlayer
MS-DOS, Troubleshooting, Generating a Single One-time Password
multi-user facilities, What Can FreeBSD Do?
multi-user mode, Multi-User Mode, Drop to Single User Mode
multicast routing, Multicast Routing
MX record, Email and DNS, Troubleshooting, Basic Configuration, Zone Files
MySQL, Compiling I18N Programs

N

Nagios in a MAC Jail, Nagios in a MAC Jail
nameserver, Assumptions, Things You Have to Do Only Once
NAT, What Can FreeBSD Do?, NAT, Filtering/Traffic Shaping Firewall, Overview
and IPFILTER, IPNAT
and IPFW, An Example NAT and Stateful Ruleset
natd, Overview
NDIS, Using Windows NDIS Drivers
NDISulator, Using Windows NDIS Drivers
net.inet.ip.portrange.*, net.inet.ip.portrange.*
Net/2, A Brief History of FreeBSD
NetBIOS, MS Extensions, Global Settings
NetBSD, The Current FreeBSD Release, What Is It?
Netcraft, Who Uses FreeBSD?
netgroups, Using Netgroups
network address translation
see NAT
network cards
configuration, Setting Up Network Interface Cards, Configuring the Network Card
driver, Locating the Correct Driver
testing, Testing the Ethernet Card
troubleshooting, Troubleshooting
network printing, Networked Printing, Printers Installed on Remote Hosts
newfs, After the Disaster
newsyslog.conf, newsyslog.conf
NFS, Network, Memory, and File-Backed File Systems, Quotas over NFS, Network File System (NFS)
configuration, Configuring NFS
diskless operation, Configuring the TFTP and NFS Servers
export examples, Configuring NFS
installing multiple machines, Tracking for Multiple Machines
mounting, Configuring NFS
server, How NFS Works
uses, Practical Uses
nfsd, How NFS Works
NIS, What Is It?
client, Machine Types
client configuration, Setting Up a NIS Client
domainname, Choosing a NIS Domain Name
domains, What Is It?
maps, Initializing the NIS Maps
master server, Machine Types
password formats, Password Formats
server configuration, Setting Up a NIS Master Server
slave server, Machine Types, Setting up a NIS Slave Server
NIS+, Security Settings
NOTES, The Configuration File
Novell, A Brief History of FreeBSD
ntalk, Securing Root-run Servers and SUID/SGID Binaries
NTP, Clock Synchronization with NTP
choosing servers, Choosing Appropriate NTP Servers
configuration, Configuring Your Machine
ntp.conf, General Configuration
ntpd, Overview
ntpdate, Basic Configuration
null-modem cable, Installing FreeBSD on a System without a Monitor or Keyboard, Serial Ports, Null-modem Cables, Serial Console Configuration

O

OBEX, Bluetooth
office suite
KOffice, KOffice
OpenOffice.org, OpenOffice.org
one-time passwords, One-time Passwords
OpenBSD, The Current FreeBSD Release, What Is It?
openfiles, Limiting Users
OpenOffice.org, OpenOffice.org
OpenSSH, OpenSSH
client, SSH Client
configuration, Configuration
enabling, Enabling sshd
secure copy, Secure Copy
tunneling, SSH Tunneling
OpenSSL
certificate generation, Generating Certificates
Opera, Opera
OS/2, Troubleshooting, Dedicated
OSPF, Building a Router

P

packages, Synopsis
deleting, Deleting a Package
installing, Installing a Package
managing, Managing Packages
page accounting, lpf: a Text Filter
Pair Networks, Who Uses FreeBSD?
pairing, Bluetooth
PAP, Assumptions, PPP and Static IP Addresses, PAP and CHAP Authentication
Parallel Line IP
see PLIP
parity, Serial Ports, Checking a Serial Printer
partition layout, Partition Layout
partitions, Disk Organization, Adding Disks
passwd, passwd
password, Assumptions, PAP and CHAP Authentication
pax, pax
PCI, Configuring the System
PCL, Checking Printer Communications, Troubleshooting
PDF
viewing, Acrobat Reader, gv, Xpdf
permissions, Permissions
symbolic, Symbolic Permissions
pgp keys, PGP Keys
Physical Address Extensions (PAE)
large memory, Large Memory Configurations (PAE)
pkg_add, Installing a Package
pkg_delete, Deleting a Package
pkg_info, Managing Packages
pkg_version, Managing Packages
PLIP, Parallel Line IP (PLIP)
POP, Using Electronic Mail, Accessing remote mailboxes using POP and IMAP
Portaudit, Monitoring Third Party Security Issues
portmanager, Upgrading Ports using Portmanager
portmap, Terms/Processes You Should Know
ports, Synopsis
disk-space, Ports and Disk Space
installing, Installing Ports
removing, Removing Installed Ports
upgrading, Upgrading Ports
Ports Collection, Installing Using the linux_base Port
portupgrade, Upgrading Ports using Portupgrade
POSIX, pax, Setting Locale
PostScript, Ports and Cables, Checking Printer Communications
emulating, Simulating PostScript on Non PostScript Printers
viewing, gv
PPP, Synopsis, Assumptions, Troubleshooting, ISDN Terminal Adapters
client, Using pppd as a Client
configuration, Automatic PPP Configuration, Final System Configuration
kernel PPP, Synopsis, Setting Up Kernel PPP
Microsoft extensions, MS Extensions
NAT, Using PPP Network Address Translation Capability
over ATM, Using PPP over ATM (PPPoA)
over Ethernet, Synopsis, Using PPP over Ethernet (PPPoE)
receiving incoming calls, Receiving Incoming Calls
server, Setting Up Kernel PPP
troubleshooting, Troubleshooting PPP Connections
user PPP, Synopsis, PPP and Static IP Addresses
with dynamic IP addresses, PPP and Dynamic IP Addresses
with static IP addresses, PPP and Static IP Addresses
PPP shells, PPP Shells for Dynamic-IP Users, PPP Shells for Static-IP Users
PPPoA
see PPP, over ATM
PPPoE
see PPP, over Ethernet
preemptive multitasking, What Can FreeBSD Do?
print jobs, Introduction, Making the Spooling Directory, Accommodating Plain Text Jobs on PostScript Printers, Controlling Sizes of Jobs Submitted, Checking Jobs
controlling, Controlling Sizes of Jobs Submitted
print server
Windows clients, File and Print Services for Microsoft Windows clients (Samba)
printer spool, Making the Spooling Directory
printers, Printer Setup
capabilities, Enabling the Spooler: the /etc/printcap File
network, Networked Printing, Printers Installed on Remote Hosts
parallel, Ports and Cables, Checking a Parallel Printer
restricting access to, Restricting Printer Usage
serial, Ports and Cables, Checking a Serial Printer, Configuring Spooler Communication Parameters, Accommodating Plain Text Jobs on PostScript Printers
usage, Using Printers
USB, Ports and Cables
printing, Synopsis, Printing Jobs
filters, Installing the Text Filter, Filters, How Filters Work
apsfilter, Automated Conversion: an Alternative to Conversion Filters
header pages, Suppressing Header Pages
Process Accounting, Process Accounting
procmail, Using procmail
pw, pw, Administrator Level Setup

Q

quotas, Limiting Users

R

racoon, Step 2: Securing the link
RAID, Access Bottlenecks
CCD, Concatenated Disk Driver (CCD) Configuration
hardware, Hardware RAID
software, Concatenated Disk Driver (CCD) Configuration, The Vinum Volume Manager, Disks Are Too Small
Vinum, The Vinum Volume Manager
RAID-1, Data Integrity
RAID-5, Data Integrity
rc files, Resource Configuration (rc)
rc.conf, Core Configuration
rc.serial, Serial Port Configuration, /etc/rc.d/serial
Rebuilding world, Rebuilding world
timings, Timings
resolv.conf, /etc/resolv.conf
resolver, Terminology
restore, Dump and Restore
reverse DNS, Terminology
RFCOMM, Bluetooth
RIP, Running GateD, Building a Router
rlogind, Securing Root-run Servers and SUID/SGID Binaries
rmuser, rmuser
root file system, Mounting and Unmounting File Systems
diskless operation, Preparing the Root Filesystem
root partition, After the Disaster
root zone, Terminology
roundrobin, Link Aggregation and Failover
routed, Final System Configuration
router, What Can FreeBSD Do?, Building a Router, Filtering/Traffic Shaping Firewall
routing, Gateways and Routes
routing propagation, Routing Propagation
rpcbind, How NFS Works, Terms/Processes You Should Know
RPMs, Installing the Necessary RPMs
RS-232C cables, Terminology, Standard RS-232C Cables
rshd, Securing Root-run Servers and SUID/SGID Binaries

S

Samba server, File and Print Services for Microsoft Windows clients (Samba)
sandboxes, Securing Root-run Servers and SUID/SGID Binaries
sbsize, Limiting Users
scp, Secure Copy
screenmap, Console Setup
SCSI, BIOS Drive Numbering
SDL, Determining Video Capabilities
SDP, Bluetooth
security, Security
account compromises, Introduction
backdoors, Introduction
crypt, DES, Blowfish, MD5, and Crypt
DoS attacks
see Denial of Service (DoS)
firewalls, Firewalls
one-time passwords, One-time Passwords
OpenSSH, OpenSSH
OpenSSL, OpenSSL
securing FreeBSD, Securing FreeBSD
Security Event Auditing
see MAC
sendmail, Securing Root-run Servers and SUID/SGID Binaries, Final System Configuration, sendmail Configuration
serial communications, Synopsis
serial console, Installing FreeBSD on a System without a Monitor or Keyboard, Setting Up the Serial Console
serial port, Checking a Serial Printer
services, Starting Services
setkey, Step 2: Securing the link
shared libraries, How to Install Additional Shared Libraries
shells, Shells
shutdown, Shutdown Sequence
signal 11, Questions
single-user mode, Loader Examples, Single-User Mode, Drop to Single User Mode, Reboot into Single User Mode
skeleton directory, adduser
slices, Disk Organization, Adding Disks
SLIP, Synopsis, Using SLIP, Kernel Configuration, slip.hosts Configuration
client, Setting Up a SLIP Client
connecting with, Making a SLIP Connection
routing, Routing Considerations
server, Setting Up a SLIP Server
SMTP, Final System Configuration, Basic Configuration
snapshot, What Is FreeBSD-CURRENT?
soft limit, Setting Quota Limits
Soft Updates, Soft Updates
details, More Details about Soft Updates
Solaris, How Does It Work?, What Is It?
Sony Japan, Who Uses FreeBSD?
Sophos Anti-Virus, Who Uses FreeBSD?
sound cards, Configuring the System
source code, What Can FreeBSD Do?
spreadsheet
Abacus, Abacus
Gnumeric, Gnumeric
KMyMoney, KMyMoney
SQL database, Security Settings
SRM, FreeBSD/alpha
ssh, Access Issues with Kerberos and SSH
sshd, Enabling SSH login
sshd, Securing Root-run Servers and SUID/SGID Binaries
SSL, mod_ssl
stacksize, Limiting Users
startup scripts, Logging into FreeBSD
static IP address, Assumptions
static routes, Static Routes
Striping, RAID0 - Striping
su, Securing the root Account and Staff Accounts, Using sysinstall8
subnet, Gateways and Routes, An Example
SunOS, Building and Installing a Custom Kernel, Choosing a NIS Domain Name
Supervalu, Who Uses FreeBSD?
swap
encrypting, Encrypting Swap Space
swap partition, Swap Partition
swap sizing, Swap Partition
symbolic links, How to Install Additional Shared Libraries
Symmetric Multi-Processing (SMP), What Can FreeBSD Do?
sysctl, sysctl.conf, Tuning with sysctl, Securing the Kernel Core, Raw Devices, and File systems
sysctl.conf, sysctl.conf
sysinstall, Console Setup, FreeBSD Integration
adding disks, Using sysinstall8
syslog, Maintaining
syslog.conf, syslog.conf
system configuration, Synopsis
system optimization, Synopsis
sysutils/cdrtools, Introduction

T

tape media, Creating and Using Data Tapes
AIT, AIT
DDS (4mm) tapes, 4mm (DDS: Digital Data Storage)
DLT, DLT
Exabyte (8mm) tapes, 8mm (Exabyte)
QIC tapes, 4mm (DDS: Digital Data Storage)
QIC-150, QIC
tar, Can I Compress My Backups?, tar
TCP Bandwidth Delay Product Limiting
net.inet.tcp.inflight.enable, TCP Bandwidth Delay Product
TCP Wrappers, TCP Wrappers, NIS Security
TCP/IP networking, What Can FreeBSD Do?, Prerequisites, slip.hosts Configuration
TELEHOUSE America, Who Uses FreeBSD?
telnetd, Securing Root-run Servers and SUID/SGID Binaries
terminals, Virtual Consoles and Terminals, Terminals
TeX, Why You Should Use the Spooler, Formatting and Conversion Options
printing DVI files, Why Install Conversion Filters?
text editors, Text Editors
TFTP
diskless operation, Configuring the TFTP and NFS Servers
The GIMP, The GIMP
timeout, PPP and Static IP Addresses
traceroute, Troubleshooting
Traditional Chinese
BIG-5 encoding, User Level Setup
troff, How Filters Work
Tru64 UNIX, Initializing the NIS Maps
TrueType Fonts, TrueType Fonts
ttyd, Serial Port Configuration
tunefs, Soft Updates
tuning
kernel limits, Tuning Kernel Limits
with sysctl, Tuning with sysctl
TV cards, Setting Up TV Cards

U

U.C. Berkeley, What Can FreeBSD Do?, A Brief History of FreeBSD, The Current FreeBSD Release
UDP, How It Works
Unicode, Kernel and File Systems
UNIX, Permissions, Assumptions
USB
disks, USB Storage Devices
USENET, What Can FreeBSD Do?
users
large sites running FreeBSD, Who Uses FreeBSD?
UUCP, Troubleshooting

V

vertical scan rate, Before Starting
vfs.hirunningspace, vfs.hirunningspace
vfs.vmiodirenable, vfs.vmiodirenable
vfs.write_behind, vfs.write_behind
vi, Text Editors
video packages, Ports and Packages Dealing with Video
video ports, Ports and Packages Dealing with Video
Vinum, Disks Are Too Small
concatenation, Access Bottlenecks
mirroring, Data Integrity
striping, Access Bottlenecks
vipw, Administrator Level Setup
virtual consoles, Virtual Consoles and Terminals
virtual disks, Network, Memory, and File-Backed File Systems
virtual hosts, Virtual Hosts
virtual memory, What Can FreeBSD Do?
virtual private network
see VPN
vm.swap_idle_enabled, vm.swap_idle_enabled
VPN, Understanding IPsec
creating, The Scenario: Two networks, connected to the Internet, to behave as one

W

Walnut Creek CDROM, A Brief History of FreeBSD
Weathernews, Who Uses FreeBSD?
web servers, What Can FreeBSD Do?
secure, mod_ssl
setting up, Apache HTTP Server
wheel, Securing the root Account and Staff Accounts
widescreen flatpanel configuration, Adding a Widescreen Flatpanel to the Mix
Williams, Nate, A Brief History of FreeBSD
Windows, Generating a Single One-time Password
Windows drivers, Using Windows NDIS Drivers
Windows NT, What Is It?
wireless networking, Wireless Networking

X

X Display Manager, Overview
X Window System, What Can FreeBSD Do?
see also XFree86
Accelerated-X, What Can FreeBSD Do?
XFree86, What Can FreeBSD Do?
X11, X11 Configuration
X11 Input Method (XIM), Inputting Non-English Characters
X11 True Type font server, Displaying Fonts
X11 tuning, Configuring X11
XML, Anti-Aliased Fonts
Xorg, X11 Configuration
xorg.conf, Configuring X11
Xpdf, Xpdf
XVideo, Determining Video Capabilities

Y

Yahoo!, Who Uses FreeBSD?
yellow pages
see NIS

Z

zip drive, The Configuration File
zones
examples, Terminology

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