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The FreeBSD developers have announced the availability of the first BETA build for the FreeBSD-8.4 release . ISO images for the amd64, i386 and pc98 architectures are available on most of our FreeBSD mirror sites. Since the stable/8 branch is relatively … Continue reading
The FreeBSD Foundation has announced that Konstantin Belousov has been hired as its first full-time member of technical staff, a key milestone of the Foundation’s investment in staff for 2013. Konstantin has been a FreeBSD committer since 2006, and he … Continue reading
The FreeBSD team has published the FreeBSD 2012-Q4 status report covering progress of FreeBSD-related development projects during the fourth quarter of 2012. You can read amongst others about progress on the bhyve type-2 hypervisor, AMD GPUs kernel-mode setting, UEFI and the port … Continue reading
Juraj Sipos has announced the release of MaheshaBSD Server 2.0. This version comes with WordPress running on a USB memory stick. This is the only distro in the World with WordPress running immediately without any installation process. Many poor people will … Continue reading
Following the successful 2012 Year-End Fundraising Campaign the FreeBSD Foundation has announced that Semihalf, an embedded solutions company, has been awarded a grant to develop transparent superpages support for the FreeBSD/ARM architecture. Semihalf is co-sponsoring the project with the Foundation. The ARM architecture is … Continue reading
There are some websites that keep track of new FreeBSD ports, such as the FreeBSD ports page or Freshports, and some that track (Free)BSD installations, such as bsdstats. I was not aware, but there’s also fbsdmon that measures ports popularity … Continue reading
Will Backman has interviewed Michael Dexter and in this 23 minutes chat they talk about bhyve, a BSD hypervisor. bsdtalk223 – bhyve with Michael Dexter
Watch out, another BSD-Day is rising: next April in Naples where BSD people of Italy and Central Europe meet up! This event is an excellent opportunity for BSD developers and enthusiasts to present their work to larger audiences, share their thoughts with their fellows … Continue reading