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BSDConTR is the first conference on BSD systems in Turkey. BSDConTR is organized in cooperation with Marmara University and EnderUNIX Software Development team, which is largely known as its ongoing support for BSD systems in Turkey, and its open source … Continue reading
This is een interesting article by Brian Proffitt after iXsystem’s acquisition of PC-BSD. Slightly dated, but still of worth a read. With all of the BSD variants available for download, it’s easy to incorrectly assume all of them are pure, … Continue reading
While at Google a couple of weeks ago, Robert N M Watson from the FreeBSD Core Team, did a presentation “How the FreeBSD Project works” The FreeBSD Project is one of the oldest and most successful open source operating system … Continue reading
What is FreeNAS, how does it work and how do I set it up? Check out this video
If you’re interested in what’s happening with FreeBSD at the moment and especially the technical side of the project, you should have a quick read through the FreeBSD Quaterly Status Report (compiled by Max Laier). This report covers FreeBSD related … Continue reading
After a long bug hunting and regression testing period, Scott Ullrich has announced the second beta release of pfSense 1.2, a FreeBSD-based firewall on 04 July. 1.2-BETA-2 has many new features and stability improvements making it the leading Open Source … Continue reading
Fareast has written a quick comparison of DesktopBSD and PC-BSD on Dailykos.com: After reading a very not-nice review of DesktopBSD a couple of weeks ago, and in light of the fact that I just adore PC-BSD, it’s a bit strange … Continue reading