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A new issue of the free BSD Magazine is available: FreeBSD: Portability with VMware (pdf) From the table of contents Interview with Dru Lavigne Dru Lavigne is a network and systems administrator, IT instructor, author and international speaker. She has over … Continue reading
A new issue of the BSD Magazine came out this month: Wonders of Blender. The title is a bit misleading. There’s a lot of mixed BSD news in there, and no main article that’s on Blender. Anyway, it’s good to … Continue reading
A new issue of the free BSD Magazine is available: ZFS and FreeBSD Table of contents: ZFS and FreeBSD The Zettabyte Filesystem (ZFS) is one of the most advanced open source filesystems available today. Its design implements several revolutionary ideas with … Continue reading
The Editors of the BSD Magazine have finished writing another issue: BSD’s and Solaris. Drupal on FreeBSD – part 3 Rob Somerville Continuing the series on the Drupal Content Management System, we will look at creating a store front for … Continue reading
I. The Perfect Database Server: Firebird 2.5 And FreeBSD 8.1 Here is the guide on installing Firebird 2.5 from FreeBSD 8.1 Ports and creating your first test database; also we show you how to install Flamerobin GUI (administration tool) and … Continue reading
Some exciting and eyebrow raising news items: FreeBSD on Amazon EC2 FreeBSD developer Colin Percival announced on his blog that FreeBSD 9-CURRENT now runs on Amazon EC2: One of my largest complaints about Amazon EC2 ever since it launched has … Continue reading