- (91) Updating FreeBSD 4.11 (1/4) – Blast from the past
- (92) Updating FreeBSD 4.11 (2/4) – Digging up old graves
- (93) Updating FreeBSD 4.11 (3/4) – Neophyte’s notorious necromancy
- (94) Updating FreeBSD 4.11 (4/4) – Reflecting radical resurrection
- (95) FreeBSD jails (1/2): Introduction and frameworks
- (96) FreeBSD jails (2/2): 4.11 sentenced to jail
This post talks about legacy systems in the IT in general and about installing FreeBSD 4.11 in particular.
In this post I describe how to configure the system for remote connection, how to bootstrap pkgsrc, install subversion and update the system to FreeBSD 4.11-STABLE.
This third post of this mini series is mostly about updating OpenSSH and getting newer compilers installed.
The final part of this mini series deals with updating a lot of the programs installed previously to recent releases. The most important one is a current version of OpenSSH.
This post introduces FreeBSD jails and describes the various jail management frameworks that there are.
The second part deals with how to use iocage in general and details putting a FreeBSD 4.11 system into a jail on FreeBSD 11.0!