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Category Archives: FreeBSD
Writing a FreeBSD kernel module. Many may think this is a difficult task, but if you know the basics of programming and have some knowledge of and experience with FreeBSD, it may not be as difficult as it sounds. Jared … Continue reading
Ruarí Ødegaard, who works for Opera, has put a post up with some of his thoughts on FreeBSD and Opera on FreeBSD: Some thoughts on UNIX and testing Opera on FreeBSD. So I was actually quite excited last week when the … Continue reading
Richard Bejtlich as a security expert with a lot of experience on FreeBSD. This video is about network security monitoring using FreeBSD: “I’ve been using FreeBSD as my preferred platform for Network Security Monitoring (NSM) since 2000. In this presentation … Continue reading
This report covers FreeBSD-related projects between April and June 2011. It is the third of the four reports planned for 2011: FreeBSD Quarterly Status Report (July – September 2011). This quarter was mainly devoted to polishing the bits for the next major … Continue reading
Paul Venezia wonders why more folks aren’t using FreeBSD. ‘There used to be a saying — at least I’ve said it many times — that my workstations run Linux, my servers run FreeBSD. Sure, it’s quicker to build a Linux … Continue reading
howtoforge.com has a easy to follow tutorial (How to configure a pfSense 2.0 Cluster using CARP) showing you how to set up a pfSense cluster with CARP. In this HowTo I will show you how to configure a pfSense 2.0 Cluster … Continue reading
FreeBSD or Linus? This question can evoke heated debates, but according to Brandon Wirtz (FreeBSD vs Linux) they’re both great, but if your hardware is supported by FreeBSD, go for the latter. I presume he is talking about servers. [youtube n-Dd2LayNQ4]
These are some links to past and upcoming FreeBSD related events: Central European BSD day 2011 (Slovakia) Central Europen BSDDay 2011 is taking place in Bratislava, Slovakia, on 5 November. The purpose of this one-day event is to gather Central … Continue reading