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The FreeBSD network stack virtualization project aims at extending the FreeBSD kernel to maintain multiple independent instances of networking state. This will allow for complete networking independence between jails on a system, including giving each jail its own firewall, virtual … Continue reading
Google Sponsors Improvements to FreeBSD’s Performance Measurement Toolkit Recently, Google sponsored the development of an oft requested enhancement to FreeBSD’s PmcTools: that of capturing the call chains leading to “hot” locations in the code. Call chains provide additional insight into … Continue reading
A few weeks ago the Google Summer of Code finished. This is the update from FreeBSD with regards to the FBSD projects: “The FreeBSD Project is proud to have taken part in the Google Summer of Code 2007. We received … Continue reading
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This report covers FreeBSD related projects between July and October 2007. The sixth EuroBSDCon was held in Denmark in September. The Google Summer of Code project came to a close and lots of participants are working getting their code merged … Continue reading
A few years ago, Ed Hurst, an Associate Editor of Open for Business, began what would become an extremely popular series of articles on getting started with desktop BSD (i.e. FreeBSD on the desktop, not DesktopBSD ;-) Because of the … Continue reading
Yesterday we wrote about Penguin Pete installing FreeBSD from scrach. Today I have a link to Greg’s (Sparks, Nevada) blog who shows step-by-step (with screenshots) how to install FreeBSD: When it comes to servers, I have always preferred FreeBSD as … Continue reading