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Most of you will have read, or maybe even used, Debian GNU/kFreeBSD, which is an operating system consisting of FreeBSD kernel with a GNU userland, but there’s also Gentoo FreeBSD. So what is Gentoo FreeBSD? According to the Gentoo FreeBSD … Continue reading
This screencast demonstrates the use of a pfSense device for traffic shaping on a typical home network, with the goals of minimizing latency and maximizing throughput. In particular, we use a three-tier queue configuration where a parent speedboost queue on … Continue reading
Yet it seems there is no official announcment for this snapshot, but you can find on PC-BSD mirrors page a new release ! It’s the release of the 2012-06-22, there is no changelog/readme so I can’t tell what’s new exactly … Continue reading
iXsystems team members presented short talks at BayLISA meetup at LinkedIn. Joseph Atkinson started off with a breakdown of FreeNAS and its future plugins features.
Juraj from the MaheshaBSD Project has announced the MaheshaBSD Server Edition. The objective of MaheshaBSD Server is to provide users and small businesses/institutions a way to operate the simplest and least demanding FTP/WWW server for the purpose of sharing documents (information). MaheshaBSD Server can … Continue reading
Below some miscelaneous links to FreeBSD related news and updates: KDE/FreeBSD Bulletin with recent FreeBSD KDE ports related updates. PC-BSD 20120605 Snapshot now available for testing. There’s also a BSD Talk interview (BSDTalk 2016) with Kris Moore, founder of the … Continue reading
iXsystems’ TrueNAS Unified Storage Appliances will continue to leverage Fusion ioMemory technology for powerful, high-performance storage solutions. From the press release: iXsystems Renews Collaboration Agreement with Fusion-io
Kris Moore has announced the availability of the next PC-BSD testing snapshot: PC-BSD 9-STABLE-20120524. This snapshot is available for both the i386and amd64 architectures. Some changes since the previous snapshot: Based on FreeBSD 9-STABLE from 05-20-2012. Add support to Warden for using ZFS snapshots on jails. … Continue reading