A website listing/showing some of them (without key combinations): control your X session, comparable with Windows Remote Desktop Connection, PC Anywhere, etc.This also works cross-platform: I can control my Free BSD from Windows, and vice versa.Windows installation files are available at the The option '-forever' means it keeps on listening (won't close) after a client has disconnected, and '-shared' means that multiple viewers can simultaneously connect to this server.Sometimes other people ask me to help them over the phone, I instruct them to install Tight VNC, and then they can 'invite' me to look at their computer (they start the server, right click the ' V' icon, select ' Add new client' and enter the ip address or hostname to my Free BSD machine.This section of My Free BSD Installation and Configuration Guide by Sebastiaan Giebels will show you how to setup the graphical user environment called ' X' or ' X Windows System', together with a few common applications like an e-mail client (thunderbird), a browser (firefox), an instant messaging client (pidgin), an office suite (Open Office.org), a remote desktop applcation (Tight VNC), and some other applications. We can help you with many of your configuration and installation problems, by phone, chat, or e-mail from our office in Eindhoven, the Netherlands/Nederland.I'll also show you how to install NVidia drivers, which you will need if you want to play some 3D games. Contact [freebsd_live_support ATpc probleemloos.nl] to find out how we can help you with your BSD issues & ask for our hourly rates. X-Windows is not required if you want to use your Free BSD pc just for server tasks, and I suggest that you install X-Windows only if you want to use your Free BSD machine as a workstation too. If xorg version 6.9 is already installed, read /usr/ports/UPDATING to see how to upgrade to xorg 7.2.A step-by-step practical guide to installing & configuring your X Windows System / X.Org server / X11 / X on Free BSD 6.2, by Sebastiaan Giebels [sgie bels_freebsd ATpc probleemloos.nl].
The very first thing we want to do is find out what version we are using.Run the following command:# uname -a And it should print out something on the next line.I am going to use this example to upgrade Free BSD from 9.3 to 10.1Free BSD mail.9.3-STABLE Free BSD Fri Jul 13 25 CDT 2015 :/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/GENERIC i386There are a few things to note.Many components are made to be easy to service: Still with me?Now it’s time to install it 🙂 Determine which platform the computer you’ll be using is, as you need to download the correct installation file for your platform.