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Developer Steven Shiau has announced the release of version 1.2.4-28 of Clonezilla Live. Clonezilla is an open source clone system with features similar to Symantec Ghost Corporate Ed and Partimage. In addition to translation updates and several bug fixes, the latest Clonezilla … Continue reading
FreeBSD 7.3, the latest update of the project’s older, legacy series, has been released: “The FreeBSD Release Engineering team is pleased to announce the availability of FreeBSD 7.3-RELEASE. This is the fourth release from the 7-STABLE branch which improves on … Continue reading
It was my aim to fill bsdevents.net with information regarding the main 4 BSD operating systems: FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD and DragonFlyBSD, and in particular: major releases, bsd conferences, interviews, release dates etc. Welcome to bsdevents.net where where you can keep … Continue reading
Manual Kasper has announced the release of m0n0wall 1.31. This is a quick summary of the changes since 1.3: various IPv6 improvements (in DNS forwarder, DHCPv6, AYIYA, etc.) bridge “disable spoof check” option (for non-m0n0wall DHCP and multicast) fans/temperature monitoring on status … Continue reading
NetCraft Communications will release an updated version of its Versiera Infrastructure Management System next week along with new groundbreaking technology in rendering and visualizing large-scale enterprise network infrastructures. Versiera is a remote monitoring and management system supporting a wide range … Continue reading
Dru Lavigne has uploaded the audio file of her presentation at SCALE 2010 talk on BSD for Linux Users is now available in mp3 format. Slides are available as PDF She also mentioned an mp3 of a NYCBUG session on PFSense II, … Continue reading
No, it’s not released, but Martin Wilke is looking for a few brave people to test x.org 7.5 for FreeBSD: Please take a look on our Wikipage. There you can find the svn repo to checkout X.org ports. http://wiki.freebsd.org/ModularXorg/7.5 A small … Continue reading
FreeBSD Returning committer: Niels Heinen (ports) (07/03/2010) New committer: Neel Natu (src) (03/03/2010) PC-BSD 1. Quick Poll – which pages would you like to see printed from Dru’s latest book in the upcoming BSD Magazine issue? 2. How does PC-BSD 8.0 … Continue reading