They said its installation should be automatic or "Build Apache module" option needs to be selected, which I did not have such an option any where.
Then one thread mentioned something about configuring php conf file.
However, I’ve tons of apps installed under Free BSD. Free BSD comes with various tools to to install and update software packages.
The portmaster command line tool is used to install and update software packages. Most of the actions listed in this FAQ are written with the assumption that they will be executed by the root user running the csh or bash shell. Only run this command to initialize your portsnap-maintained ports tree for the first time: Open /usr/ports/UPDATING file using a text editor and read information regarding your applications.
Today, I was installing Apache 2.4, My SQL 5.5, and PHP 5.5 (php55-5.5.11) on newly installed system.
I've done this kind of installation many times on Linux so I didn't expect much of problems. Apache and My SQL installation were straight forward and had no problem.
As the superuser, I'll open up a terminal other than the console, and run the following command: This allows me to watch the log as it grows as any changes to the log will also be sent to this terminal.
So you've just finished installing your new Free BSD system. While the base OS includes quite a lot of useful utilities, you're probably going to need to install some third party software.
The easiest way to find out detected hardware information under Free BSD is go through /var/run/file.
This file is usually a snapshot of the buffer contents taken soon after file systems are mounted at startup time. Just Linux, Free BSD follows some sort of physical disk naming conventions: The CAM subsystem provides a uniform and modular system for the implementation of drivers to control various SCSI and ATA devices, and to utilize different SCSI and ATA host adapters through host adapter drivers.
This tutorial will show you how to use the source-based ports collection to install and manage applications.
Jordan Hubbard committed what would become the legendary ports system on August 21, 1994. Fetching snapshot generated at Thu Oct 31 EDT 2013: 98c3a00130d24348ff5bcca8474e4c6cb777d838e8f5d2 27% of 69 MB 3728 k Bps 00m21s The portsnap tool will download a snapshot of the tree from the mirror closest to you, verify its integrity against a public key and then extract everything to /usr/ports.