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Is there any way to convert a opensource FreeBSD platform?

To convert it to a web-based forum?
Is there any way to do this?
Any idea will be greatly appreciated, thank you!

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Clarification Request
Please clarify.

How do you mean "convert a platform to a forum"?

Kees

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Read the context in the content

a web-based forum.
As to how to, that's exactly what I'm askingHappy

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Re: forum

Convert what to a web-based forum?
And how do you mean "convert"?

Kees

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Are you trying to play a word game here?

Then sorry that I have to inform you that I have no time for this!

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I see that a lot more needs to be told.

An OS is one thing.
A forum is yet another.

You are in a forum, not an OS so you need to tell a lot more about what you are trying to do as well as the goal.

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What do you a freeBSD platform usually is?

It's a BBS I'm trying to convert to a HTML based site, bro

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Do you mean like this?

For the web end you use something like http://kanaka.github.io/noVNC/noVNC/vnc.html and then put the FreeBSD into a Virtual Machine on say Virtual Box.

Lots of things to setup but in the end it's web access.

What is this about a forum?

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