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We have a quick FreeBSD related events update: one that’s upcoming(MeetBSD) and one that has taken place already (KyivBSD). MeetBSD California 2012 MeetBSD California will be held this upcoming weekend, November 3-4 at Yahoo! in Santa Clara, CA. Josh Paetzel will be presenting “FreeNAS: Storage … Continue reading
FreeBSD Forums user Taz has put together a very detailed howto showing you exactly how to setup a minimal FreeBSD installation with the OpenBox window manager. If this is something you’ve been wanting to do for awhile but didn’t know … Continue reading
Josh Paetzel from iXsystems has announced the release of FreeNAS 8.3.0: “The FreeNAS development team is pleased to announce the immediate availability of FreeNAS 8.3.0-RELEASE. FreeNAS 8.3.0 is based on FreeBSD 8.3 with version 28 of the ZFS file system. This is … Continue reading
FreeBSD or CentOS? FreeBSD or Linux, that is the question. Well, the answer is: “It depends on what you need the operating system for and what your hardware requirements are”. What I like about members of the FreeBSD community, they … Continue reading
Historically Installing FreeBSD was hard, text-based and not always intuitive for the new *BSD user. PC-BSD has changed this once and for all. Did you know installing PC-BSD is almost as easy as 123? Have a look at this video, uploaded … Continue reading
Virtualisation can de done in FreeBSD with Jails. FreeBSD Jails are great to assign certain services to little ‘virtual servers’ that are fast and light weight to use. There are also Xen Dom0 and BHye buty they are at different … Continue reading
This is good news for FreeBSD developers: drivers for the Raspberry Pie boards have been open sourced. Gonzo from kernelnomicon.org and others have been working to get FreeBSD run on the Raspberry Pie, but having all driver details will make their work … Continue reading