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Dan Angelescu has announced the availability of a public release candidate of RoFreeSBIE 1.3, a FreeBSD-based live DVD: RoFreeSBIE 1.3RC4 has been released. It is based on FreeBSD 6.2-STABLE based. It has improved start-up, backup and restore scripts. Using backup … Continue reading
I like this comparison between Linux and FreeBSD: Although FreeBSD and Linux are close cousins with a considerable number of similarities under the hood, some major differences separate them. FreeBSD is tidy, self-contained, and well-organized. All the pieces form a … Continue reading
In case one needs to refresh his/her memory… UNIX acronyms and their meaning: adb, ar, as, atob, awk, bash, bc, bsh, btoa, c89, cal, cat cb, cc, chgrp, chmod, chown, chsh, ci, cmp, co, comm, etc etc
FreeNAS takes our Bossie for best open source NAS server. FreeNAS is far and away the most mature open source NAS platform, built on a FreeBSD base and backed by an active community. Providing CIFS, NFS, FTP, iSCSI, RSYNC, and … Continue reading
Michael Iedema has posted details of a new FreeBSD based Asterisk OS(AskoziaPBX) forked from m0n0wall: Greetings everyone, I’ve been working on a (yet another) “all-in-one” Asterisk based project. It is aimed at embedded / low power systems (but scales fine … Continue reading
Jan Stedehouder is on his journey using PC-BSD for 30 days. These are his experiences PC-BSD Day 5: BSD Certification Previous blog entries BSD Revisited: PC-BSD 1.4 RC PC-BSD Day 1: extending the system PC-BSD Day 2: music & ports … Continue reading
After a long time and hard work the FreeNAS team have released a new beta version (v0.685b) of FreeNAS. It includes many new features and a lot of bugs fixes. Download | Change log | Report problems
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