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The Gnome 2 BETA1 images for the upcoming GhostBSD 3.0 is now available. This release provides users and developers a system to test out new installer features in the upcoming release.
Wolfgang Draxinger has started developing a new audio sub-system for the Linux kernel became frustrated by ALSA, OSS4, and PulseAudio. This new audio system is called KLANG, the Kernel Level Audio Next Generation. The developer hopes KLANG will work not only with … Continue reading
Ivan Voras’ wrote a post with his thoughts on FreeBSD’s pkgng. Michael W. Luchas thinks there’s still room for improvement: FreeBSD Ports Annoyances. I agree with Michael. BSD Talk has uploaded an interview with Michael where they talk about his books.
The PC-BSD Team has announced BETA1 of the upcoming PC-BSD 9.1 and the images have been uploaded. This beta provides both users and developers a way to test out the new features in the upcoming PC-BSD 9.1 release. PC-BSD 9.1 comes with … Continue reading
The GhostBSD Team has released a pre-beta version of GhostBSD 3.0 (download link). This version comes with a revamped Installer. GhostBSD 3.0 will also contain the LXDE, Openbox and GNOME 2 window managers.
Ragable shows step by step how to setup and enable plugins on FreeNAS 8.2 beta 4
After four beta releases and one release candidate (RC), iXsystems has announced the release of FreeNAS 8.2.0, a FreeBSD-based operating systems for Network Attached Storage (NAS) systems. This new release is the first 8.x branch release support plugins or extensions. These were … Continue reading
The FreeBSD Core Team acts as the project’s “board of directors” and is responsible for approving new src committers, resolving disputes between developers, appointing members for sub-teams (security officer, release engineering, port managers, webmaster, etc …). The Core Team has … Continue reading