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AsiaBSDCon 2010 will be held from 11-14 March in Tokyo AsiaBSDCon is a conference for users and developers on BSD based systems. The next conference will be held in Tokyo, in 11-14 March, 2010. The conference is for anyone developing, … Continue reading
“Reflections on Building a High-Performance Computing Cluster using FreeBSD” By Brooks Davis at MeetBSD 2007 in Warsaw, Poland.
Eric Turgeon has announced that GhostBSD 1.0 will be released next week, and will have FreeBSD 8.0 as its base. The release will feature the new green theme. Green is not really my colour, and the same applies to Ubuntu’s … Continue reading
After having tried and reviewed FreeBSD 8, Jesse Smith has now taken PC-BSD 8 for a spin, and he’s overall very pleased with the speed, ease-of-use and the hardware support for his desktop PC. He is also very impressed with … Continue reading
For those interested in following news on Twitter: I (http://twitter.com/gvanessen) have created a custom FreeBSD news list: http://twitter.com/gvanessen/freebsd This list if made up of the following feeds: http://twitter.com/freebsdsecurity http://twitter.com/freebsd http://twitter.com/realfreebsdtips http://twitter.com/PCBSD http://twitter.com/BSDmag http://twitter.com/freebsdannounce http://twitter.com/bsdevents http://twitter.com/freebsdblogs http://twitter.com/freenas http://twitter.com/freebsdfndation If you’re aware of … Continue reading
Dru Lavigne’s Best of FreeBSD Basics book is now available for the Amazon Kindle ebook reader. (via)
Hans Petter has been working hard recently on webcamd, making Linux webcam drivers work on FreeBSD. Webcamd is a port of Video4Linux USB webcam drivers into userspace. It is a 500KiloByte daemon that enables use of hundreds of different USB … Continue reading
BSDTalk has a 30 minute interview with Jeff Roberson. Will Backman talks withFreeBSD committer Jeff about his recent work on softupdates journaling (SUJ) and also the ULE scheduler. BSDTalk 186 – Listen to the podcast: MP3 | OGG