Time is up, I must set a server for my staff for their learning needs, they want root account. Not sudo 🙂
After seeing more in internet I came across to jail solution. See in internet for more practical examples and put them in a list here.
Due to limited hardware I install new machine with this flow :
1. Install FreeBSD 7 stable (get latest snapshot April 2008)
Full Video and link for download video files.
2. Inside FreeBSD 7 I install FreeBSD 8 current (from snapshot April 2008).
Full video and link for download video files.
3. Install FreeBSD 6.3 stable inside FreeBSD 7 (from snapshot April 2008).
I download iso and mount it in /mnt :
home# mdconfig -a -t vnode -f 6.3-STABLE-200804-i386-disc1.iso -u 0
home# mount -t cd9660 /dev/md0 /mnt
home# cd /mnt
.cshrc RELNOTES.HTM media
.profile RELNOTES.TXT mnt
6.3-STABLE-200804 bin proc
COPYRIGHT boot rescue
ERRATA.HTM boot.catalog root
ERRATA.TXT cdrom.inf sbin
HARDWARE.HTM dev stand
HARDWARE.TXT docbook.css sys
INSTALL.HTM etc tmp
INSTALL.TXT floppies usr
README.HTM lib var
download miniroot.sh from ultradesic.
Modify /usr/jail/root/.cshrc and /usr/jail2/root/.cshrc .
Add this :
set prompt = "FreeBSD8 %~ %# "
to let me know where I’m 🙂
Video for install FreeBSD 6.3 and link to download video files.