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There’s an audio interview (bsdtalk 206- FreeNAS 8 with Josh Paetzel) on BSD Talk with Josh Paetzel, IT Director at iXsystems. Will Backman and Josh discuss FreeNAS 8 in a 17 minute interview. (MP3 | OGG) The June 2011 issue of BSD Magazine … Continue reading
Techworld Australia caught up with Josh Paetzel, director of IT at iXsystems and project manager for FreeNAS 8, to talk about the current state of the OS, what lies ahead for it, and the relationship to FreeNAS 0.7. Check out … Continue reading
A new month, a new BSD Magazine issue. The latest issue is titled NanoBSD and ALIX (pdf). From the table of contents: Introduction to OpenSSL: Command-line Tool The article describes the command-line utility of openssl. It is a tool that … Continue reading
If you are looking for an affordable and robust virtual server solution you can’t go wrong with RootBSD. RootBSD offers virtual private servers based on one of the most solid systems available. VPS hosting is an interesting option to those … Continue reading
Paul Bagwell has a simple but very clear graph on his site showing the main differences between the most popular open source licences. I don’t think it can’t be done any simpler. Thanks, Paul.