Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD, sometimes called Berkeley Unix) is a Unix operating system derivative developed and distributed by the Computer Systems Research Group (CSRG) of the University of California, Berkeley, from 1977 to 1995.

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Qemu Crash: Assertion `s->csw.sig == cpu_to_le32(0x53425355)'

I am running qemu on centos6.2 host OS. I am trying to launch BSD guest os. While launching this,I am attaching an extra USB disk to qemu. Recently, I have started observing qemu crash due to an ...
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Is ubuntubsd a official flavour? [duplicate]

I have heard about a BSD project called UbuntuBSD, i just want to know that, is that a official project of ubuntu and canonical?
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BSD compatible commands

The BSD versions of a number of basic Unix commands, such as ls, behave differently from the GNU versions used by Ubuntu. Some operating systems, including Solaris, provide BSD commands in addition ...
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Does Ext4 stores owner and group names? Or only IDs?

I am wondering if Ext4 file system stores names or IDs for file ownership information? Most probably the IDs... but that makes another question. Does all Ubuntu versions have standardized IDs for ...
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How to fix USB flash on Ubuntu? [duplicate]

I tried to create a PC-BSD start up/install on my usb flash drive using dd to try dual booting with it, and now I am left with a USB with only 1GB available instead of 16GB. The command I used was: ...
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How to Create FreeBSD 10 bootable in Ubuntu 14.04.01?

I want install FreeBSD 10 , how to create USB Bootable ? i tried Unitbooten but its Not working This Post please Help !!!
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How to install BSD ethernet driver in Linux?

I'm running Ubuntu 14.04 on an old Dell Dimension 4600 that's like 15 years old. I got it for free and it came with an ethernet card that isn't working with the e100 module that arrived with Ubuntu by ...
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Partition table BSD

I messed up the partition table of my HDD and i guess now its in the BSD format and windows/ubuntu both cannot read it. Does this mean I need to format my HDD and lose my entire file system or is ...
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How can I read a netbsd (UFS filesystem) disk?

I tried installing netbsd on another computer as I wanted to learn some BSD-stuff. Now I want to mount the disk in Ubuntu 12.04, to be able to exchange files. But nothing I found on Google works. Any ...
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Mounting an unknown filesystem type

I'm in possession of a 100G disk that sports a partition that I have not been able to mount. Using partx -o type on the device tells me the partition has type 0xa5, generally associated with BSD ...