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Category Archives: FreeBSD
The FreeBSD Foundation is soliciting the submission of proposals for work relating to any of the major subsystems or infrastructure within the FreeBSD operating system. Proposals will be evaluated based on desirability, technical merit, and cost-effectiveness. Details regarding the proposal … Continue reading
Newly written code should be tested properly before it’s distributed widely. Programmers working on *BSD code pride themselves in writing and distributing quality code, but peer reviews and quality testing will always be necessary. Every now and then you 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
April’s issue of the BSD Magazine is now available: Here Comes the Cloud (free PDF download). You’ll find the following subjects inside: Installing FreeBSD on Amazon AWS EC2 Cloud Services Interview with Mark Price, President of Tranquil Hosting and owner … 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
Ken Smith has announced the availability of FreeBSD 8.3-RC2: “The second Release Candidate build of the 8.3-RELEASE release cycle is now available for the amd64, i386, pc98, and sparc64 architectures. The ISO images and, for architectures that support it, the memory … Continue reading
The FreeBSD hosting specialists at beastiecloud.com have announced they will double the CPU power of their virtual private FreeBSD servers during CeBIT! The “Cirrus” and “Cumulus” servers get 2 virtual cores, and their working horse “Stratus” gets 4 virtual cpu cores. All monthly … Continue reading