If one of your hard drives dies on your FreeBSD server, you need to format the new hard disk in the exactly same layout as the existing/previous disk was formatted. Last time when one of my hard drives started failing, I used the following steps to match up the partition layout between the new and the old (still working) hard drive.
This page is work in progress. It will contain a guide to setup a FreeBSD server featuring mail, http, etc. using technology like zfs, nginx, ezjail, etc. Stay tuned for updates
Note that this page will be part of a documentation about setting up a server using FreeBSD with similar features to the existing server documentation. Also note that this page is still work in progress
To use EzJail on a FreeBSD host, e. g. to sandbox diﬀerent services, you need to add a loopback network interface and add some aliases to it. Jails networking seems to require a dedicated network and loopback aliases can not run on the external interface. Follow the next paragraphs to add one loopback interface including three aliases.
Today I found out some features of the Skype chat that must have sneaked in in the last versions, since nobody has posted about it yet. I was having a hard time when pasting text into the chat which contained character that were easily misinterpreted as emoticons, e. g. (0) as well as using basic text formatting like bold, italic or strikethrough.