Tutorial: FreeBSD Ports

FreeBSD port manual

Use pkg_info to list all installed packages:

Code: pkg_info pkg_info | less

To delete or uninstall packages / apps use pkg_delete command:

Code: pkg_delete pkgname pkg_delete screen-4.0.3_6 pkg_delete ‘screen*’

2nd one will delete package called screen-4.0.3_6 and 3rd command will delete a screen package using wild card.

Also, you can uninstall the . . . → Read More: Tutorial: FreeBSD Ports

Tools: Fport Process to Port Mapper

Fport is a very handy tool to determine which ports are mapped to which process.

You can download it here

From Foundstone (creators of tool):

“fport reports all open TCP/IP and UDP ports and maps them to the owning application. This is the same information you would see using the ‘netstat -an’ command, but it . . . → Read More: Tools: Fport Process to Port Mapper

Ports Used by Windows File Sharing on a Network?

Do you need Microsoft File sharing like \\servername\path to work and it just won’t?

Try this from command prompt:

telnet servername (port) Example: telnet servername 137

If a black screen appears then the port is open (this is for TCP)

If you get an error then ask your firewall team to allow connections from . . . → Read More: Ports Used by Windows File Sharing on a Network?