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Kris has announced the availability of the first rolling release upgrade for PC-BSD 9.1 on the testing mailing list. Check the post for instructions on how to upgrade and to report any bugs you may find.
Juraj Sipos has announced the release of MaheshaBSD Server 2.0. This version comes with WordPress running on a USB memory stick. This is the only distro in the World with WordPress running immediately without any installation process. Many poor people will … Continue reading
The FreeNAS development team has announced FreeNAS 8.3.1-RC1 which will be the first and only release candidate planned for the final version of FreeNAS 8.3.1-RELEASE. FreeNAS 8.3.1 is based on FreeBSD 8.3 with version 28 of the ZFS filesystem, and features volume based … Continue reading
Kris, lead developer of the PC-BSD project, mentioned a couple of weeks ago (http://goo.gl/Atzu5) that he was planning a rolling release for PC-BSD. Generally this was well received within the PC-BSD community. Kris has now uploaded a first ISO to test … Continue reading
With EasyPBI 2.0 now available in the FreeBSD ports tree and as a PBI in the PC-BSD AppCafe, Ken, the creator of EasyPBI, has highlighted some of the new features in EasyPBI 2.0, and why you should want to start using … Continue reading
The FreeNAS development team has announce the availability of FreeNAS 8.3.1-BETA3. This is the last planned public beta of 8.3.1 as it moves towards the final. FreeNAS 8.3.1 adds ZFS volume encryption to the features available in FreeNAS 8.3.0. BETA3 has a number … Continue reading
gferenc88 wrote up a guide showing how to get Android running in Oracle VM VirtualBox on FreeBSD. Maybe it is not a big thing, but I have managed to run the Android OS with OpenGL support on FreeBSD. Before we … Continue reading