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The guys over at RootBSD have updated their blog with a post on the differences between Linux and FreeBSD; partly seen from a hoster’s perspective. We thought it would be a good idea to help educate our current RootBSD users, … Continue reading
Back in October we mentioned that the FreeBSD Foundation decided the fund the HAST project (new FreeBSD Project: HAST) Pawel Jakub Dawidek, the sponsored FreeBSD developer, has made quite a bit of progress since and finished the development of stage … Continue reading
The BSD Mag team have made the “BSD Security & OpenBSD 4.5” issue (04-2009) available as free download. Table of contents Installing OpenBSD Postgresql, shared memory and BSD Triple booting Windows 7, Ubuntu 9.04 and PC-BSD 7.1 BuildaSearch a FreeBSD … Continue reading
The FreeBSD Mall is now shipping FreeBSD® Version 8.0. The four-disc CD set or dual-sided DVD is available for purchase, either individually or on a subscription basis at a discounted price. The FreeBSD Mall has a long tradition of providing … Continue reading
Scott Ullrich and Chris Buechler, the guys behind the pfSense project, have been interviewed by Randal Schwartz and Leo Laporte on FLOSS 101. (via) FLOSS Weekly is a podcast covering free and open source software. Will Backman has interviewed Randal Schwartz on … Continue reading
I think the commit message explains this pretty well, but I wanted to give a heads up message because this is very likely to ring a few bells the first time through. I personally noticed it as result of the … Continue reading
Laszlo explains why his little company is running FreeBSD: I have a small company, where we decided to choose Freebsd as the server platform. We don’t have too much money to spend so the price was one of the main … Continue reading
Alexander Leidinger announced that he’s working on Video4Linux support for FreeBSD. The Linux headers can be used without having to accept the GPL. This makes it potentially available to all the BSDs: “Yesterday I committed the v4l support into the linuxulator … Continue reading