I did not see any reference to FreeBSD in the article, so what can I say. If I had, I wouldn't have tried it. In other words, I missed where he said it wouldn't work in FreeBSD.
I also have special arguments in the sysctl.conf in my FreeBSD box for security purposes, so I was supprized again that you couldn't make it work. The command syntax, with the -p function doesnt bother me. The arguments being placed in the config did.
Also, FreeBSD does load Linux binaries if you so wish. So, the comment that BSD isn't Linux isn't quite true now is it. Especially sence I do have them loaded.
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