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Date:      Wed, 18 Mar 2009 17:08:59 +0000
From:      Ricardo Jesus <>
To:        rasz <>
Subject:   Re: Linux Compatability
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rasz wrote:
> hi
> i have 2 distinct questions, and first is, i installed a linux app 
> (binaries) and it failed
> when run complaining that it needs a "CPU with SSE instuctions enabled".
> does anyone know what this is and related too?
> i am running 7.2-prerelease i386 with linux_base-fc4. the only setting i 
> have is fallback_elf_brand=3 (no osrelease)
> has anyone ever come across this?
> 2nd question, is the freebsd base (usr/src) documented anywhere, as to 
> the programs it entirely contains? i thought developers handbook, but 
> all i found is description of the directories in usr/src/ (unless i 
> missed it elsewhere). besides that, is there any kind of database app in 
> the base system no matter how compact/basic? if not, what would be the 
> *closest* in ports?
> thanks in advance for any info
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Regarding the 2nd question...

As /usr/src contains the source of building the userland and kernel, if 
you can always man <something that is interesting>.

You can also do a man hier, but it will present a description of each 
directory content like the Developers Handbook (although more verbose).

There are also the Makefile and the actual source.

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