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unix:freebsd:system_builds:basic_freebsd_installation [2019/11/08 17:21]
rodolico [Install some basic packages]
unix:freebsd:system_builds:basic_freebsd_installation [2019/12/03 15:35]
rodolico
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 mv /​etc/​mail/​mailer.conf /​etc/​mail/​mailer.conf.old mv /​etc/​mail/​mailer.conf /​etc/​mail/​mailer.conf.old
 install -m 0644 /​usr/​local/​share/​postfix/​mailer.conf.postfix /​etc/​mail/​mailer.conf install -m 0644 /​usr/​local/​share/​postfix/​mailer.conf.postfix /​etc/​mail/​mailer.conf
-# clean up some leftover sendmail stuff 
 echo '​daily_clean_hoststat_enable="​NO"'​ >> /​etc/​periodic.conf echo '​daily_clean_hoststat_enable="​NO"'​ >> /​etc/​periodic.conf
 echo '​daily_status_mail_rejects_enable="​NO"'​ >> /​etc/​periodic.conf echo '​daily_status_mail_rejects_enable="​NO"'​ >> /​etc/​periodic.conf
 echo '​Daily_status_include_submit_mailq="​NO"'​ >> /​etc/​periodic.conf echo '​Daily_status_include_submit_mailq="​NO"'​ >> /​etc/​periodic.conf
 echo '​daily_submit_queuerun="​NO"'​ >> /​etc/​periodic.conf echo '​daily_submit_queuerun="​NO"'​ >> /​etc/​periodic.conf
-# add postfix user to mail group so it has access to sasl 
 pw group mod mail -m postfix pw group mod mail -m postfix
-# start postfix mail server 
 service postfix start service postfix start
 </​code>​ </​code>​
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 echo '# enable bash' >> /etc/fstab echo '# enable bash' >> /etc/fstab
 echo '​fdesc ​ /​dev/​fd ​ fdescfs ​ rw   ​0 ​  ​0'​ >> /etc/fstab echo '​fdesc ​ /​dev/​fd ​ fdescfs ​ rw   ​0 ​  ​0'​ >> /etc/fstab
-# you an now set the shell for any user with 
 chsh -s bash username chsh -s bash username
 </​code>​ </​code>​
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   - Set up smartmontools to monitor your drives<​code bash># edit the next file for your system after you copy it   - Set up smartmontools to monitor your drives<​code bash># edit the next file for your system after you copy it
 cp /​usr/​local/​etc/​smartd.conf.sample ​ /​usr/​local/​etc/​smartd.conf cp /​usr/​local/​etc/​smartd.conf.sample ​ /​usr/​local/​etc/​smartd.conf
-# change the following line to include the drives you want to be monitored +echo '​daily_status_smart_devices="/​dev/​ad0 /​dev/​da0"'​ >>/​etc/​periodic/​daily/​850.smartmontool 
-echo '​daily_status_smart_devices="/​dev/​ad0 /​dev/​da0"'​ >>/​etc/​periodic +chmod 755 /​etc/​periodic/​daily/​850.smartmontool
-# enable the service+
 echo '​smartd_enable="​YES"'​ >> /​etc/​rc.conf echo '​smartd_enable="​YES"'​ >> /​etc/​rc.conf
-# and start it 
 service smartd start service smartd start
 </​code>​ </​code>​
unix/freebsd/system_builds/basic_freebsd_installation.txt · Last modified: 2019/12/03 15:35 by rodolico