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Category Archives: PC-BSD
Jess had a chance recently to ask iXsystems IT director Josh Paetzel a few questions about the up-coming PC-BSD release and iXsystems’ involvement with BSD. Question and Answer with Josh Paetzel
Scott Ullrich and Chris Buechler, the guys behind the pfSense project, have been interviewed by Randal Schwartz and Leo Laporte on FLOSS 101. (via) FLOSS Weekly is a podcast covering free and open source software. Will Backman has interviewed Randal Schwartz on … Continue reading
Last weekend brought about the latest alpha release of the upcoming PC-BSD 8.0. This is the first build based on FreeBSD 8.0-RELEASE, with KDE 4.3.4, NVIDIA driver 195.22 (32-bit and 64-bit drivers included), a re-written system installer, and new artwork. … Continue reading
Authored by pfSense co-founder Chris Buechler and pfSense developer Jim Pingle, The Definitive Guide to pfSense covers installation and basic configuration through advanced networking and firewalling of the popular open source firewall and router distribution. This book is designed to be … Continue reading
A small update to the PBI Builder software, version 2.4, has been released. This version adds a few new variables to the module creation process, which allows developers to pick “target” ports they wish to have autopopulated and added to … Continue reading
The alpha version number 2 of PC-BSD 8.0 is now ready for testing. Notable changes in this release: FreeBSD 8.0-RC1 Improvements to base system Using /usr/local LOCALBASE, allows users to easily modify their base desktop in the usual FreeBSD-ish way Port-Console … Continue reading
James Nixon has a post about the PC-BSD lifestyle: Sitting next to my 47” Westinghouse LCD TV is the iXsystems Apollo Workstation. This workstation is powered by the 5500 series of the Intel® Xeon® processor, an Asus GeForce 9800 GT … Continue reading