Matthew Seaman matthew at
Wed Apr 8 16:04:55 UTC 2015

On 04/08/15 16:43, Michał wrote:
> What means
> "root at"
> i was listen, when adding system to my new pc; is this PXE boot?
> Command "uname -a"
> FreeBSD 10.1-RELEASE amd64

No, this shows who built the kernel, on what machine and where the final
kernel config was located. is one of the
release engineering teams' build servers, so this will appear in the
boot messages for the default kernels you get by installing from the
official media or by using freebsd-update(8)

While you can PXE boot a FreeBSD machine, it takes some effort to set
up.  The system as installed from the standard install media doesn't
have PXE boot capability enabled by default.



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