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Another interesting post from Penguin Pete: “The BSD Community Compared to the Linux Community”: “I’ll tell you the number one thing right off that I like better about BSD than Linux: the peace and quiet. An amazing experience occurred when … Continue reading
AsiaBSDCon is a conference for users and developers on BSD based systems. The next conference will be held in Tokyo, in March of 2008. The conference is for anyone developing, deploying and using systems based on FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, DragonFlyBSD, … Continue reading
Will Backman (BSDtalk) has uploaded an interview with Richard Stallman on GNU and Free Software in general. To listen click here. Mr Stallman has requested that this podcast only be distributed in the free/open source OGG format.
The FreeBSD network stack virtualization project aims at extending the FreeBSD kernel to maintain multiple independent instances of networking state. This will allow for complete networking independence between jails on a system, including giving each jail its own firewall, virtual … Continue reading
Google is increasing the amount of storage it provides as part of its Gmail service. Rob Siemborski, an engineer on Google’s webmail service, made the announcement on the company’s official Gmail blog. Google originally started increasing Gmail’s storage in April … Continue reading
Google Sponsors Improvements to FreeBSD’s Performance Measurement Toolkit Recently, Google sponsored the development of an oft requested enhancement to FreeBSD’s PmcTools: that of capturing the call chains leading to “hot” locations in the code. Call chains provide additional insight into … Continue reading
The third annual pfSense Hackathon starts this coming weekend through the following weekend, in Louisville, KY US. Two developers (Holger and Seth) will be coming in from Europe, as well as Bill from the Chicago area, Gary with Centipede Networks … Continue reading