On 2/24/2014 9:56 AM, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote:
> In message <d39456d8-88d1-4617-825c-44b30890f...@orthanc.ca>, Lyndon 
> Nerenberg 
> writes:
>> Try this in a shop where all your machines are completely air-gapped
>>from the internet.
> Bullshit.
> You got FreeBSD in there in the first place, there clearly
> is some kind of aperture through which software can migrate.

This. You pulled in something from somewhere. Build your own packages
from that somewhere and send them along in your image to 'pkg add' on
first boot, or install them into the image directly so they are already

I can't imagine an air-gapped default FreeBSD being of much use without
*any* packages/ports installed.

Bryan Drewery

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