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Category Archives: PC-BSD
Kris has announced the availability of the next testing snapshot. If you are using Intel video or would like to upgrade from a previous snapshot, read the Errata section below. The next snapshot in the PC-BSD 9-STABLE branch has just … Continue reading
The PC-BSD team has made the first public 9-STABLE snapshot available for 64bit systems! Read the announcement. This snapshot provides both users and developers a means to test out new features in the upcoming PC-BSD 9.1 release. This snapshot may … Continue reading
FreeBSD events come and go month after month. Time for an update on some past and upcoming FreeBSD events. Indiana LinuxFest (ILF) FreeNAS and PC-BSD will be represented at Indiana LinuxFest on Saturday, April 14 in Indianapolis, Indiana. CDs and other swag will be handed out … Continue reading
We all know that iXsystems does a great job promoting FreeBSD, building FreeBSD based products and supporting FreeBSD based projects (incl. PC-BSD, FreeNAS). But, who are the developers that are part of this company? Who are the guys doing the coding … Continue reading
PC-BSD features the “Ports Jail”. In this video you will learn how to use it to install apps isolated from your system. More information on Ports Jail and how to use it, can be found on the PC-BSD Wiki. The … Continue reading
The PC-BSD project is in the process of creating a series of instructional videos to help new users get familiar with the operating system, and showing some of the advanced features to those already using PC-BSD. The first video, giving … Continue reading
If you’d like to use FreeBSD as a desktop system, you’ll have to invest a lot of time in setting up the operating system and installing all the right packages. Obviously, this is a serious barrier for a lot of … Continue reading
A new year, a new series of FreeBSD Conferences. Mark them in your diaries if you’re planning to go. SCALE 2012 iXsystem, FreeNAS, PC-BSD and the FreeBSD Foundation will be represented at SCALE Linux Expo 2012. The Southern California Linux … Continue reading