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Bjoern Zeeb has provided a summary regarding the completion of the funded portion of the FreeBSD Jail Based Virtualization Project: “I am happy to report that the funded parts of the FreeBSD Jail Based Virtualization project are completed. Some of … Continue reading
Most readers here will be aware of BSDTalk, a blog filled with audio interviews about the BSD family of free operating systems. There is now another BSD related show over at webbaverse.com: The BSD Show So fare there are the … Continue reading
The Bordeaux Technology Group released Bordeaux 2.0.8 for FreeBSD and PC-BSD today. Bordeaux 2.0.8 is a maintenance release that fixes a number of small bugs. With this release firefox and winetricks have been updated Bordeaux 2.0.8 was built on FreeBSD 8, … Continue reading
Four-Disc CD Set, Dual-Sided DVD now available for purchase The FreeBSD Mall is now shipping FreeBSD® Version 8.1, the second release of the FreeBSD 8-STABLE branch in AMD64 and i386 architectures. FreeBSD Version 8.1 is the first update to FreeBSD … Continue reading
The presentations from the recent MeetBSD 2010 (Cracow, Poland) conference are now available on the BSD Conferences Youtube Chanel. The following videos are all in HD quality and most are in English, though a few are in Polish. Dru Lavigne … Continue reading
Ruben from the FreeBSD Chromium porting team emailed me to say that for this week only the latest Chromium 7.0 for FreeBSD subscriber builds will be available for free (excluding HTML 5 video). The subscriber builds are largely open source … Continue reading
The following is a press release issued by the FreeBSD Foundation and New York Internet; Bill Lessard from nyi.net forwarded this to me. If you have any FreeBSD related products or services you want to generate interest in, why not … Continue reading