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You can also open the poudriere's manpage, located in the 8th section.
This short tutorial by user tdrss will show you how to keep your Free BSD system up to date, ensuring you are secure and protected from the latest bugs.
This is replacing an install of unifi 3 on a Free BSD 8 box, and I will be doing a full switchover tonight.
There's no full guide for doing this, and some people can get lost while building their own. I've found that this guide is a great starting point:https://wiki.mattrude.com/Free NAS/Unifi_Controller_Install Mongo Logs/PID Management:in /usr/local/share/java/unifi/data/system.properties I added the line: /usr/local/etc/rc.d/unifi startto stop the conroller, use the command: /usr/local/etc/rc.d/unifi stop Make sure to monitor the mongo DB process as it may need to be killed when stopping the unifi service (haven't figured that one out yet).
The CCMP module provides AES-CCMP crypto support and the TKIP module provides TKIP Michael crypto support for 802.11 devices.
Before building the wpa_supplicant software form the ports collection, take time to verify that there is no other wpa_supplicant installed with the "user" distribution set.
The default wpa_supplicant may not be built with the required EAP support.
New with Unifi4/5There's a default library you will need to remove in order to start the system.
This configuration guide is for a user who would like to connect their laptop running Free BSD 6.0 to the LBLnet secured wireless network.For this example, I am running Free BSD 10.1 (as of this writing, this is the most current version).