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John Kozubik has announced that he will pay $200 to anyone who succeeds in can geting Adobe Flash9 to work on FreeBSD 6.x: … I will pay $200 to whoever can compose a working and stable recipe for running Adobe … Continue reading
Remco Lodder who is responsible for the Dutch Documentation Project has been updating the handbook Since somewhat more than a week ago I decided to give a burst of energy back to the FreeBSD Dutch Documentation project again by making … Continue reading
One of FreeBSD’s most active ports committers, Martin Wilke, is in desperate need of a break; away from computers and human beings. Alaska doesn’t sound too bad a place for it. If you appreciate his work, please consider giving a … Continue reading
Apart from FreeBSD 7.0 RC1, RC2 of version 6.3 has been released too. Sorry for the delay with this phase of the 6.3 release. A few glitches were found during testing of the 6.3-RC2 ISOs that included pre-built packages. The … Continue reading
ZFS – the breakthrough file system in FreeBSD 7 (ported from Sun’s Solaris 10 Operating System) delivers virtually unlimited capacity, provable data integrity, and near-zero administration. However, FreeBSD’s sysinstall(8) does not yet support installing the system onto anything more exotic … Continue reading
FreeBSD 7.0-RC1 has been released: “The ports team has gotten the release package sets built for most of the architectures (sparc64 is still a long way off) so we have begun including the pre-built packages on the ISOs. Even a … Continue reading
Dru Lavigne has reviewed “The Book of PF – A No-Nonsense Guide to the OpenBSD Firewall“. Peter N.M. Hansteen, the writer, has written this book as an expanded follow-up to his very popular online PF tutorial. PF (Packet Filter) is … Continue reading
The FreeBSD project has welcomed 2 new source committers: Rafal Jaworowski (26/12/2007) Weongyo Jeong (28/12/2007) and one ports committer Wesley Shields To find out how the FreeBSD Project operates have a look at this video (How the FreeBSD Project works), read … Continue reading