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Packt Publishing, the publishers of Learning FreeNAS, are now in the process of publishing pfSense 2 Cookbook. This book helps users discover the power of pfSense‘s core functionality. It is written by Matt Williamson and is filled with examples of interfaces, … Continue reading
A new issue of the free BSD Magazine is available: FreeBSD: Portability with VMware (pdf) From the table of contents Interview with Dru Lavigne Dru Lavigne is a network and systems administrator, IT instructor, author and international speaker. She has over … Continue reading
iXsystems has announced the availability of FreeNAS 8.0-RC4. Barring major bugs this is likely the last release candidate before 8.0-RELEASE. Beside mostly bug fixes there is one last bit of new functionality, which is GUI replacement of drives in volumes, and a … Continue reading
As most of you will be aware, BSDCan is one of the major annual BSD conferences, and Google sponsors development of the 5 big BSD’s each year in the Summer of Code. More info with regards to these events below. … Continue reading
Whilst serving and checking out a few links today, I came across the following sites that you may be interested in too: I Daemon & Penguin oggcast. The latest podcast is about GhostBSD 2.0 which was released last week (Released: GhostBSD … Continue reading
After eleven months of development, version 1.33 of the FreeBSD-based m0n0wall embedded firewall distribution has been released. Manuel Kasper mentions that m0n0wall 1.33 includes several improvements over previous versions and will probably be the last version based on FreeBSD 6.4. Some of the … Continue reading