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Kostik Belousov, who is paid by the FreeBSD Foundation to port the Linux graphics code, provided a status update on the freebsd-x11 mailing list. The project aims to implement GEM, port KMS, and write new DRI drivers for Intel Graphics, including … Continue reading
Below three links to posts on pfSense and VirtualBSD Techsource has an overview of 5 firewalls, one of which is the FreeBSD based pfSense. If you’re having a small computer network at home or a huge office with hundreds of … Continue reading
There’s a 17 minute interview with Peter Losher from the Internet Software Consortium (ISC) on bsdtalk. Subject of the conversation is the ISC, running DNS root servers, and various other projects. BSDTalk Interview with Peter Losher (ISC)
Techworld Australia caught up with Josh Paetzel, director of IT at iXsystems and project manager for FreeNAS 8, to talk about the current state of the OS, what lies ahead for it, and the relationship to FreeNAS 0.7. Check out … Continue reading
If you are looking for an affordable and robust virtual server solution you can’t go wrong with RootBSD. RootBSD offers virtual private servers based on one of the most solid systems available. VPS hosting is an interesting option to those … Continue reading
The FreeBSD Foundation and the NetBSD Foundation announced that they have acquired a non-exclusive copyright license to the libcxxrt C++ runtime software from PathScale, a leader in high performance Fortran, C and C++ compiler products for AMD64, Intel64 and MIPS. … Continue reading