Top 15 Posts and Search Terms in 2010

I thought I’d share the 15 most popular posts of 2010.

Interestingly, people were looking for ways to use FreeBSD as a desktop operating system: posts on FreeNAS (4) and Google Chrome (3) ¬†and “live systems” (2) were very popular:

  1. FreeBSD will continue supporting ZFS
  2. Install FreeBSD 8.0 from USB memory stick
  3. Differences between BSD and Linux
  4. Flash 9 for FreeBSD 7.1 (howto)
  5. FreeNAS Tutorials
  6. Chromium (Google Chrome) for FreeBSD
  7. Running Google Chrome on FreeBSD
  8. Creating a Network Attached Storage VMware using FreeNAS
  9. FreeNAS supports Bittorrent
  10. DesktopBSD Live USB stick
  11. Embedded FreeBSD systems
  12. UNIX history family tree
  13. FreeNAS 0.8 Roadmap
  14. Open source NAS device using FreeNAS and iSCSI drives (howtos & video)
  15. Google Chrome on FreeBSD 7.0 (howto)

FreeNAS is in good shape and hopefully FreeNAS 8.0 will be with us soon. Unfortunately, there’s no native FreeBSD Flash player, but with the world moving to (or are we pushed to?) using HTML5, this should be no problem. A new maintainer is now looking after the Chromium (Google Chrome) port, so a more up-to-date version (10?) will be released soon.

A similar pattern can be seen from Google search terms when landing on freebsdnews.net:

  1. freebsd
  2. freebsd news
  3. freebsd vs linux
  4. freenas vmware
  5. bsd news
  6. freenas 0.8
  7. chrome freebsd
  8. freebsd flash
  9. google chrome freebsd
  10. freenas bittorrent
  11. freebsd live usb
  12. freebsd usb install
  13. freebsd chrome
  14. freebsd embedded
  15. install freebsd from usb

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