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Category Archives: PC-BSD
About a week ago, Ars Technica wrote a 2 page review of PC-BSD. PC-BSD is not a Linux distribution, but rather it could be considered among the first major FreeBSD-based distributions to live outside of the official FreeBSD. Like most … Continue reading
Of all the many and free operating systems out there, few can begin to meet or surpass the quality, stability, and structured operation of FreeBSD. But out of the box, FreeBSD is and always will be a server OS. That’s … Continue reading
If you can’t wait for the official PC-BSD 1.4 release, go and download one of the triweekly ISOs. The last ISO (02 June) now includes Xorg 7.2, Beryl, Nvidia drivers and a lot more. Please note, this is still in … Continue reading
BSDStats.org is a website that records the numbers of PCs/servers running a particular BSD system. This is broken down per country, releases, drivers/HW stats, CPU stats, and port stats. Though these figures are interesting enough, they cannot be used for … Continue reading
This website deals with the FreeBSD Operating System, but what is FreeBSD? FreeBSD (FBSD) is an advanced Unix-like operating system developed by the FreeBSD Project. FBSD is one of the most reliable, robust and secure operating systems in the world. … Continue reading
Recently I came across two interesting websites that show an up-to-date family tree of Unix and BSD operating systems, and thought that those of you who are not too familiar with the different Unix and Unix-like systems might find these … Continue reading
To be able to watch Adobe Flash animations and videos on BSD systems, has been not too easy so far. This is caused by Adobe not releasing a (Free)BSD version of Flash, but only a (closed source) version for Windows … Continue reading