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Category Archives: FreeBSD
The FreeBSD Security Team has identified another issue in Bind and also one in libc. Software will always contain unintended issues and problems, but since FreeBSD is open source these get picked up and fixed up quickly. The following security advisories have … Continue reading
FreeBSD is by far the most active BSD when it comes to sheer numbers, having the largest user and developer base (roughly 80% of the whole BSD community). In 2012, a new minor version of FreeBSD 8 (8.3-RELEASE in April) … Continue reading
Inspired by the theoretical offspring between Tank Jr and a ten year olds colouring book, Defile of Eden 2 is a game of fast paced 2D action where teams protect their bases whilst devising offenses to their opponents defences. A … Continue reading
The EuroBSDCon 2012 videos have been online for a few weeks already, but I realised I had not linked to them yet. If you have not seen them, they can be watched on the EuroBSD Youtube channel. The FOSDEM 2013 videos … Continue reading
Phoronix has an article on the new FreeBSD hypervisor, BHyve. BHyVe is a legacy-free hypervisor being developed by FreeBSD developers that was recently merged into mainline to be part of the FreeBSD 10.0 release. The BHyVe virtualization hypervisor relies upon … Continue reading
gferenc88 wrote up a guide showing how to get Android running in Oracle VM VirtualBox on FreeBSD. Maybe it is not a big thing, but I have managed to run the Android OS with OpenGL support on FreeBSD. Before we … Continue reading
This video has been made from the slides and an audio recording of a NYCBUG talk by Eitan Adler in Jan of 2013 and gives an over view on the newest features in FreeBSD since 9.0. This talk covered some … Continue reading
This is a short chat about FreeBSD on the Raspberry Pi followed by some wise words from Peter Salus at BSDCan2011. BSDTalk222 – Tinkering with Raspberry Pi