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We mentioned about the 7.2 beta release before, but now it’s official. The final version of FreeBSD 7.2 is expected on 04 May 2009 – see the BSD Events Calendar Links: Announcement – Download – Website
FreeBSD takes the top-2 places and has 4 places in the top-10 Most Reliable Hosting Company Sites in March 2009
The open-source Debian operating system (Linux) gained support for the FreeBSD kernel last weekend (unstable / experimental), allowing users to run the same operating system on two different software cores. The project was announced in a message to the Debian … Continue reading
iXsystems topped off its biggest revenue-producing year in history by taking home the Intel® Server Growth Award for 2008. iXsystems beat out a field of nearly 300 companies with an 82% increase in Intel® server sales over the previous year. … Continue reading
I’ve not seen an official announcement yet and the release notes aren’t available yet, but FreeBSD 7.2 BETA has been uploaded to the FTP servers (i386 on 31/03. ia64 on 01/04). Please note, as this hasn’t been announced yet by … Continue reading
KDE 4.2.2 for Linux was released today, 02/04. Martin Wilke released the FreeBSD version in the ports tree on the same day! The full changelog is available here. Well done to Martin!
Google is now hosting the Google Summer of Code for the 5th year running, and FreeBSD has been selected again as eligible for the mentoring organisation. If you or any other student is interested in contributing to the development of FreeBSD and … Continue reading