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On the <a href=”http://digitalunderground.tv/”>Digital Underground</a> (episode 4) <em>Frank Linhares</em> and <em>Mike Lazazzera</em> discuss the open source FreeBSD based M0n0wall (from minute 34:03). Other subjecs discussed are: Windows UI Hacking, MythTV and revive an old iPod <a href=”http://www.metacafe.com/watch/937256/digital_underground_episode_4/”>Digital Underground – Episode … Continue reading
Ivan Voras has created an excellent page listing all the new and exciting features that will find their way into FreeBSD 7.0. Now with 3 betas released of FreeBSD 7.0 there are still some issues and bugs that need to … Continue reading
AsiaBSDCon 2008 is scheduled for March 27-30 in Tokyo. The deadline for paper proposals has been extended to December 11th. A mailing list has been set up for those who want to stay up-do-date with the latest announcements. AsiaBSDCon is … Continue reading
PC-BSD is in the process implementing a new PBI build system, which automatically tracks the FreeBSD ports collection, and generates new PBIs from these ports, daily. Please watch the pcbsd.org site for more information about this new build system over … Continue reading
An online update from PC-BSD 1.4.1 -> 18.104.22.168 has been released today, as both a standalone PBI patch & Online Update. This version includes an update to the CUPS 1.3.3 package, as well as other fixes / improvements to printing … Continue reading
After a long period of silence the development of Frenzy will be continued. The next version will be more sysadmin-oriented (most of desktop applications will be removed and installation to HDD will be disabled). Since unionfs is usuable in FreeBSD … Continue reading
A new beta release (1.5) of m0n0wall 1.3 has been released. The development changelog of the FreeBSD-based mini firewall lists the following improvements: Added siproxd for transparent SIP proxying and masquerading and simple registrar service added vr(4) driver VLAN fix … Continue reading
RoFreeSBIE 1.3 is a new release from the project developing an installable live DVD, based on the latest FreeBSD and designed for desktop use (This version is based on FreeBSD-6.3-PRERELEASE). RoFreeSBIE 1.3 has improved startup scripts, backup and restore scripts. … Continue reading