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Category Archives: BSD Magazine
A new issue (free PDF) of BSD Magazine is available now. Table of contents: Buil Your Own FreeBSD Update Server Experienced users or administrators responsible for several machines or environments, know the difficult demands and challenges of maintaining such an … Continue reading
There is a new issue of the BSD Magazine available: BSD 02/2010 (8) – BSDs as Servers This issue is the first electronic-only version and available as free PDF download. What’s inside: A first look at PC-BSD 8 release Installing … Continue reading
The announcement published by Michal Gladecki, the new Editor-in-Chief of BSD Magazine on the FreeBSD announcements mailing list earlier today read as follows: “We are happy to announce that BSD Magazine is transforming into a free monthly online publication. The … 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 2010 Q1 issue of BSD Mag is now available. Table of contents: Keeping FreeBSD Up-To-Date: OS Essentials An important system administration task, and a principle of running a defensible network, is keeping operating systems and applications up-to-date. Using BSD … Continue reading
The following BSD Mag issues can be downloaded (PDF) from the bsdmag website: Guide to FreeBSD Installing FreeBSD 7.1 with Enhanced Security Jails OpenSMTPD Getting a GNOME Desktop on FreeBSD Packaging Software for OpenBSD – part 2 A Jabber Data … Continue reading
The 6th issue of BSD Mag is now available. The topic for this month is BSD Security & OpenBSD 4.5. Interested in the BSD Mag but don’t want to commit to a subscription yet? Have a look at these 3 free … Continue reading