FreeBSD Challenge, Day 2

Just a quick update. Yesterday, I got abook working. Kind of a hack, though. I used gcc to compile it, vs. clang. I will have to revisit this and offer up some patches to the abook project.

I have also been playing with x11/xpra which bills itself as \‘screen for X11\‘. That, combined with sshuttle , lets me get in from work and do some work during lunch. It may also give me a tempory way to use AfterShotPro until I get the whole Linux compatability layer thing figured out.

Next up is learing how to use ports(7) working to be able to install 10-STABLE while the host is 10-RELEASE.

Yes, my issues are not normal. :)

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