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With EasyPBI 2.0 now available in the FreeBSD ports tree and as a PBI in the PC-BSD AppCafe, Ken, the creator of EasyPBI, has highlighted some of the new features in EasyPBI 2.0, and why you should want to start using … Continue reading
The FreeNAS development team has announce the availability of FreeNAS 8.3.1-BETA3. This is the last planned public beta of 8.3.1 as it moves towards the final. FreeNAS 8.3.1 adds ZFS volume encryption to the features available in FreeNAS 8.3.0. BETA3 has a number … Continue reading
gferenc88 wrote up a guide showing how to get Android running in Oracle VM VirtualBox on FreeBSD. Maybe it is not a big thing, but I have managed to run the Android OS with OpenGL support on FreeBSD. Before we … Continue reading
This video has been made from the slides and an audio recording of a NYCBUG talk by Eitan Adler in Jan of 2013 and gives an over view on the newest features in FreeBSD since 9.0. This talk covered some … Continue reading
This is a short chat about FreeBSD on the Raspberry Pi followed by some wise words from Peter Salus at BSDCan2011. BSDTalk222 – Tinkering with Raspberry Pi
Kris Moore has laid out his plans for the future of PC-BSD, especially around PC-BSD moving to rolling releases. First of all, I want to let you know, that I’ve personally not been satisfied with the frequency of PC-BSD releases … Continue reading
Distrowatch has favourable review of recently released PC-BSD 9.1: …”Nothing is perfect and PC-BSD does have an Achilles’ heel, specifically hardware compatibility. As much as I enjoyed the polish and the features and the wonderful ease of use, I suspect … Continue reading