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Installing the FreeBSD NTFS driver
There are 2 versions of the driver, for FreeBSD 2.2.x and for 3.x. These instructions are for FreeBSD 2.2.x only.
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  • For People New to Both FreeBSD and Unix
    This introduction is for people new to both FreeBSD and Un*x---so it starts with basics. It assumes you're using version 2.0.5 or later of FreeBSD as distributed by Walnut Creek or FreeBSD.org, your system (for now) has a single user (you)---and you're probably pretty good with DOS/Windows or OS/2.
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  • Networking a pen plotter under FreeBSD
    Most folks might consider this tutorial to be a solution in search of a problem. That is, it addresses a very specific and somewhat unusual situation, but one in which I nevertheless found myself.
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  • Setting up an IOMEGA ZIP Drive
    This short document shows you how to! Really, the Iomega ZIP drive works like a 'normal' hard-drive in FreeBSD, the only difference, of course, is that you can change the drive medium (i.e. throw in a new cartridge). Note that this tutorial assumes you're using a SCSI model of the ZIP drive.
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  • Configuring FreeBSD As A Dialup Router/Gateway
    PPP - Pedantic PPP Primer: This is a step-by-step guide for configuring FreeBSD systems to act as a dial-up router/gateway in a Local Area Environment. All entries may be assumed to be relevant to FreeBSD 2.2+, unless otherwise noted.
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  • Configuring NATd
    These instructions will help you configure NATd on FreeBSD 2.2.2-RELEASE to 3.0-SNAP with the firewall implemented.
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  • IP Aliasing on FreeBSD 2.2.x & 3.0
    IP aliasing is the process of adding more than one IP address to a network interface. Typical uses of IP aliasing are virtual hosting of Web and FTP servers and reorganizing servers without having to update any other machines (this last one is especially useful for nameservers). Think of an IP alias as a little kid piggy-backed on their parent interface (which is has the primary address of the physical interface).
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  • Setting up a DHCP client on FreeBSD
    Currently there is no streamlined way of setting up a DHCP client for FreeBSD. I have cobbled together the following procedure out of a lot of trial and error and I would like to save you the same aggravation.
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  • Setting up NAMED
    These instructions will help you configure FreeBSD 2.2.2-Release to 2.2.6-Release to act as a DNS server using NAMEd.
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