I am new to Freebsd and have some questions concerning the settings of the bash shell under FreeBSD and the Kernel Configuration.
1. I have been using the bash under linux for years and I would like to configure in such a way under freebsd that it resembles my linux-settings as close as possible. I have already installed the bash as default shell, but I am stilg some things. I wolike ike to have colored ls-output and in jed nothing seems to be working. I cant acess the Menu with Alt+Key, Backspace does not work and I cant scroll down with page up /down. I also would like to be able to browse for example ls output with Shift-Page-Up/Down. How can I achive this ? I have just noticed another weird phenomen : When I use jed via ssh arrow key down scrolls down until jed itselfs vanished in the upper part of the screen. 2. I am currently creating a custom kernel config. ( I have read the manual in the handbook). But I still have some questions : What is with the modules ? Are options I comment out in the kernel automatically compiled as modules ? And does the GENERIC-File include all the possible kernel options ? I am a bit confused because I have not found an option for my Promise 133TX2. The Standard-Kernel recognizes it just fine. I also did not find even limited choices for sound card support. Thanks in Advance _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"