[PC-BSD Support] Installing the warden and its inmates
kris at pcbsd.com
Tue Apr 7 10:09:43 PDT 2009
USM Bish wrote:
> Kris Moore wrote:
> > USM Bish wrote:
> [ some snipped ]
> >> How do I do it from the command line ? I am much more
> >> comfortable from the console rather than this GUI approach,
> >> where I really cannot make out what is going on !
> >> Where can the docs for jails/ wardens/ inmates be found ?
> > There should be a "warden" command you can run via the
> > CLI, and you can run "warden menu" to bring up a small
> > dialog-based menu system as well. You can run "warden" by
> > itself for a listing of commands, and then "warden help
> > <command>" for more specific information. As for docs,
> > its still on my todo list, I plan on adding them to
> > wiki.pcbsd.org over the summer :)
> Eureka ! Kris, this was specifically what I was looking for.
> Now it is a matter of experimentation and finding out things.
> Learnt a few things already, and being without docs actually
> makes things interesting ;-) Lets see what all unfurls !
> Would be waiting for your docs ...
> Incidentally, I have ventured to your wiki pages on one of my
> web sojourns earlier. This is still in its infancy (? on
> MediaWiki s/w). It is a good idea to have a wiki running
> with community participation, if that is the ultimate goal.
> Afterall, it is not possible for developers to take care of
> everything ... irrespective of how important documentation may
> Incidentally, what are the policies for getting a "users"
> write access on the wiki ... Surely, there would be people
> willing to lend a hand in areas like documentation.
The wiki is still pretty new, we just installed it a few months ago, and
have been slowly working to populate it with data. I'm hoping after the
release of 7.1 to spend some more "quality" time working on docs on the
Also, feel free to make an account on wiki.pcbsd.org. You are more than
welcome to start helping us edit, and make docs. Heck, you could create
the page for the The Warden if you like, and just put some of your
findings on it.
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