I manage a number of different types of systems. I have an Arch Linux laptop, a Macbook installed with OS X, CentOS and RHEL machines at work, as well as Debian servers both at work and home. As if that weren’t enough I also maintain a few FreeBSD servers. Between all of these different Operating… Read More »
This post will outline how to reset the root password on FreeBSD. These instructions require local access to the machine and are available on FreeBSD versions 5.4 and greater. Resetting the root password As I mentioned above, resetting the root password and gaining administrative access to the machine requires local access to the server. Following… Read More »
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