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PC-BSD has announced the availability of PC-BSD 8.1-RC1 (Hubble Edition), running FreeBSD 8.1-RC, and KDE 4.4.4. Version 8.1 contains a number of enhancements and improvements. Version 8.1 contains a number of enhancements and improvements. For a full list of changes, … Continue reading
The FreeBSD Foundation has announced that Shteryana Shopova has been awarded a grant to make improvements to Bsnmp (snmp category). This project includes several enhancements to the existing FreeBSD SNMP framework, including SNMPv3-compliant user authentication, packet encryption and view-based access control. … Continue reading
NetCraft Communications Inc., global leader in infrastructure management Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions, has released Versiera 3.2, bringing extended management capabilities including host user account, process and service/daemon management to all supported platforms including FreeBSD, OpenBSD and NetBSD. Versiera is … Continue reading
OpenSVC is now available for FreeBSD. OpenSVC is a GPLv2 project automating the low-level operations needed 1/ to bring up system resources (virtual machine container, ip, disk groups, filesystem mounts, application launchers) on a node and 2/ to replicate data to … Continue reading
Edwin Groothuis created a FreeBSD iPhone app that provides general information about FreeBSD, news, upcoming events, videos from YouTube (BSD conference) and so on. May be useful if you have an iPhone. But the FreeBSD community is larger than just a … Continue reading
The first Release Candidate for the FreeBSD 8.1 release cycle is now available for amd64, i386, ia64, powerpc, and sparc64 architectures. Source: FreeBSD 8.1-RC1 Available