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Below some links, photos and videos for some BSD related events in the last few weeks: NYCBSDCon NYCBSDCon took place on 14 Nov. Justin Sherill has summarised the 2 days: NYCBSDCon Notes. Will Backman, the man behind bsdtalk, has uploaded … Continue reading
PC-BSD Installer The new PC-BSD installer (available as GUI and text installer), which is also able to install plain FreeBSD, has now been committed to the FreeBSD source tree. This video goes into the details of the installer. Kris Moore: PC-SYSINSTALL … Continue reading
In the last 7 days we’ve seen a new version released by each of the 4 major BSD operating systems: OpenBSD 4.5, NetBSD, FreeBSD 7.2 and a “minor” DragonFlyBSD release (2.2.1). Who said BSD was dying? Video 1 – “BSD is dying” (2007) … Continue reading
Alan Bueno has begun a project translating FreeBSD, NetBSD and OpenBSD man pages into Brazilian Portuguese. Information about the project can be found in the FAQ. [Google Translation – EN) Translated MAN Pages: FreeBSD OpenBSD NetBSD
This blog, FreeBSD – the unknown Giant, as the title suggests, covers only FreeBSD related stories and updates. However, over the last few months, I have received emails from my some readers asking why I don’t write about the “other … Continue reading
I blogged before that there were plans of creating a FreeBSD Magazine. Just to let you know that the first issue can be expected around April 2008. It won’t be just about FreeBSD, but also about other BSD OSses, incl. … Continue reading
The FFS File System driver for Windows enables you to read BSD (FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD) FFS partitions from Windows 2000/XP/2003. More info, downloads and source code on this SF site.
Trollaxor has written up an interesting piece about the history and future of the major BSD systems: FreeBSD, netBSD, OpenBSD, DragonFlyBSD and Darwin. In the new year the Berkeley Software Distribution family of Unix-like operating systems is growing at a … Continue reading