Urgent!. Problem with / etc / rc.conf

Patrick Lamaiziere patfbsd at davenulle.org
Sun Nov 6 11:13:29 UTC 2011

Le Sun, 6 Nov 2011 01:52:36 -0300,
Zantgo <zantgo at gmail.com> a écrit :


> > Two other things, use >> rather than > to append to the file (better
> > yet, learn vi, it's much safer), and always backup any changes from
> > default you make to config files.  I keep them all on pastebin.com
> > for convenience, but you can keep them anywhere, even scribbled on a
> > postit note stuck to the front of the server in question (what I
> > used to do).
> > 
> > Rob
> I gave up, and now reinstall everything again :(

You really don't need to reinstall.

All the default rc.conf settings are in /etc/default/rc.conf

You may also use sysinstall(8), Configure|Do post-install configuration
(networking)  and Keymap. It will update rc.conf 


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