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Category Archives: pfSense
LinuxPlanet has a post with some background information of 4 great open source firewall/router projects. Two are Linux-based (endian and smoothwall) and the other two are based on FreeBSD (m0n0wall and pfSense): pfSense pfSense is a customized distribution of FreeBSD. It … Continue reading
Some FreeBSD related links and updates below: New NVidia FreeBSD drivers 256.53 NVidia has updated its graphics drivers for FreeBSD. Some of the changes are: Fixed a bug that prevented XvMC from initializing in most cases. Added support for xorg-server … Continue reading
The Bordeaux Technology Group released Bordeaux 2.0.8 for FreeBSD and PC-BSD today. Bordeaux 2.0.8 is a maintenance release that fixes a number of small bugs. With this release firefox and winetricks have been updated Bordeaux 2.0.8 was built on FreeBSD 8, … Continue reading
Here is some info and details of upcoming FreeBSD related conferences and events. KyivBSD 2010 Conference On 25 Septempter the annual KyivBSD Conference will be held in Kiev, Ukraine. It’s mainly aimed at FreeBSD and PC-BSD users and developers. More … Continue reading
PC-BSD Blog Dru Lavigne has joined the PC-BSD team this month. The first thing she did, was setting up another blog: the PC-BSD Blog. She already posts BSD related posts on it.toolbox.com: A year in the life of a BSD … Continue reading
This shows how secure and rock-solid FreeBSD is. Makura no Soshi was running FreeBSD 4.11 as fil ter ing net work bridge, and thinking of upgrading, he’s compared the pros and cons of m0n0wall, pfSense and NanoBSD. In the end … Continue reading
An account from a happy user of pfSense: “I had been reviewing pfsense firewall recently. After using an outdated Watchguard firebox for long, we wanted to replace it with something reliable and easy to manage remotely. Previously our NOC team … Continue reading
Dru Lavigne has uploaded the audio file of her presentation at SCALE 2010 talk on BSD for Linux Users is now available in mp3 format. Slides are available as PDF She also mentioned an mp3 of a NYCBUG session on PFSense II, … Continue reading