FreeBSD Basics with Bastille pt. 1: /usr/local/

In this series, I’ll use an exploration of Bastille to explain some basic functionality of FreeBSD. This article starts with perhaps the most structurally fundamental part of FreeBSD, the /usr/local/ directory. Unlike most of my FreeBSD/Raspberry Pi articles,...

Use SSH with FreeBSD

If you are familiar with SSH on macOS or Linux, you’re in luck. SSH on FreeBSD works pretty much just as it does those systems (and you can use these steps to set it up on those systems). What is SSH? SSH stands for “secure shell.” Using SSH on...