Thank you for taking the time to let us know about a problem with FreeBSD.
This form allows you to submit Problem Reports about issues that you believe are actual bugs in either the source, the documentation, or the website itself. If you are having problems with initially installing FreeBSD, or have other questions of the form "why doesn't foo work" or "does FreeBSD work with bar", please ask these questions in the appropriate support forums; see the support page for more information.
Before filling out the form, please take the time to read the Writing FreeBSD Problem Reports guidelines. This may save you time and frustration getting help with your problem.
Please fill out the form as completely as possible. Make sure you fill in the "Environment" field as requested with the output from the machine on which the problem occurred.
Note: copy/paste will destroy TABs and spacing, and this web form should not be used to submit code as plain text. If the patch is sufficiently long, please consider putting it up on a publically accessible web page and referencing the URL in the PR.
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