I have ported LimeSuite [1] to FreeBSD [2]. You can now work with LimeSDR [3] / LimeSDR-Mini [4] and others on my favourite OS. Please visit MyriadRF [5] for various radio inspirations. Have fun! πŸ™‚

[1] https://github.com/myriadrf/LimeSuite
[2] https://www.freebsd.org/
[3] https://limemicro.com/products/boards/limesdr/
[4] https://limemicro.com/products/boards/limesdr-mini/
[5] https://myriadrf.org/

If you have Panasonic Toughbook laptop with no LTE/4G cellular modem and after you attach internal modem but it is still not visible in BIOS Setup nor in the Operating System, go to the Main / Optional Kit Configuration, use toughkit password, then set Wireless WAN ID = 15 (in case you use original Sierra Wireless EC7305 device). WWAN card should be now available both in BIOS Setup and Operating System USB port. Enjoy! πŸ™‚

If you encounter turtle slow Windows 10 boot time on a decent machine it may be caused by AMD/Radeon driver’s ULPS. Try the following:
1. Launch REGEDIT.
2. Search for “enableulps” key.
3. Set its value from 1 to 0.
4. Reboot and see if that helped πŸ™‚

If you need to perform a data recovery from an external ZFS [zfs] volume you may find those hinds helpful:

  1. Attach encrypted partition where ZFS pool resides with:
    geli attach /dev/your_device_partition
  2. Import ZFS pool at given mountpoint (/mnt/zfs):
    zpool import -af -R /mnt/zfs
  3. Modify mount point location for a given dataset that may have mountpoint set to none what marks it as no mount (note this mountpoint will append to parent mount point location):
    zfs set mountpoint=ROOT zroot/ROOT/default
  4. Mount and mount all pool datasets:
    zfs mount -a
    zfs umount -a
  5. Mount/umount given dataset:
    zfs mount zroot/ROOT/default
  6. You can verify if your ZFS pool is active with:
    zpool status
  7. You can see what ZFS datasets are available with mount points with:
    zfs list

[zfs] https://www.freebsd.org/doc/handbook/zfs.html

If you encounter lots of CAM/CRC errors when using encrypted ZFS on some SSD drives on FreeBSD, that is caused by TRIM. You need to disable it in boot loader prompt or add below line to /boot/loader.conf:


If you encounter any strange network related behavior on a windows based pc, especially after windows update, use this to resolve most of the problems and save some time, remember to reboot pc afterwards πŸ˜‰

netsh winsock reset

SoundFlower [1] is amazing Free and Open-Source extension to macOS BSD that allows you to create Virtual Audio Device in order to Route and Record Applications Audio. This is especially important for activities like Online Streaming and Presentation/Lectures Recording.

If you need more advanced Audio Routing with a nice GUI and lots of options try Loopback [2] from RogueAmoeba [3].

Thank you for this amazing fork and keeping it Open-Source! πŸ™‚

[1] https://github.com/mattingalls/Soundflower
[2] https://rogueamoeba.com
[3] https://rogueamoeba.com/loopback

If you want GRUB to remember your last choice add:

to /etc/default/grub and run sudo update-grub to apply new configuration.

If you encounter a problem with running Python [python] scripts on a “bare” Blender Player [blender], make sure that both PYTHONHOME and PYTHONPATH are set correctly to match your needs. You can also use native Blender python with a simple shell script:

export PYTHONHOME="/path/to/blender/python/"
/path/to/your/blenderplayer $@

[python] https://www.python.org/
[blender] https://www.blender.org/

In case you need to separate a filename from an extension in bash here is a way:

filename=$(basename -- "$fullfile")

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