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These are some quick links to upcoming and related FreeBSD related events, conferences and interview. 1. BSDDay EU 2011 Central European BSD day: BSDDay EU 2011 (04-06-2011, Slovak University of Technology, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology). 2. EuroBSDCon 2011 … Continue reading
Due to popular demand, RootBSD has extended the VPS hosting offer until 5 August. If you’re interested in running a FreeBSD based website or web services, you will be interested to know that freebsdnews.net has teamed up with RootBSD, giving regular … Continue reading
The availability of FreeBSD 9.0 BETA1 has now been confirmed by Ken Smith: FreeBSD 9.0-BETA1 Available: The first BETA build of the 9.0-RELEASE release cycle is now available. Since this will be the first release on a brand new branch I’ll … Continue reading
There’s no official announcement, but just over 2 years after FreeBSD 8.0 BETA1 became available, the FreeBSD Project is uploading version 9 BETA1.. According to the FreeBSD release page, BETA1 was scheduled for 20 July, so a delay of just over … Continue reading
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Three noteworthy links today to FreeBSD related news: I. FreeBSD on Amazon’s EC2 Colin Percifal mentioned on his blog that he managed to successfully run FreeBSD on Amazon’s EC2 via defenestration, tricking EC2 to think Windows is running. How can … Continue reading