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BSDTalk has a 16 minute interview with James Nixon, webmaster and committer for PC-BSD and employed by iXsystems. They talk about some of the new features coming up in PC-BSD 8.0, gaming on BSD, his work on the unique look and … Continue reading
A problem has been identified with the FreeBSD 7 series ULE Scheduler : FreeBSD has two schedulers: the classic 4BSD scheduler and a newer, more SMP-aware scheduler called ULE. The 4BSD scheduler was the default scheduler until FreeBSD 7.0. Starting … Continue reading
bsdtv.org has launched on blip.tv Currently there are 3 videos listed: 1 BSDTV -NYCBUG This video was made from the slides and audio recording of a NYCBUG meeting in Jan. of 2010. From the NYCBUG site: This presentation gives a … Continue reading
Nvidia has released new video drivers for FreeBSD yesterday (v 195.36.08) Nvidia is making quite a lot of gamers happy with the latest update to its display drivers for *NIX platforms (Linux, FreeBSD and Solaris). Nvidia 195.36.08 adds support for … Continue reading
Dru Lavigne’s “Definitive Guide to PC-BSD” book is now available to pre-order at freebsdmall.com and amazon.com This is the table of contents.
The second Release Candidate build for the FreeBSD-7.3 release cycle is now available. Ken Smith announced FreeBSD 7.3 RC yesterday: The third and what should be last of the test builds for the 7.3-RELEASE cycle, 7.3-RC2, is available for amd64, i386, … Continue reading
According to last months Netcraft webhost reliability report, two web hosts in the top 10 run FreeBSD as their operating system. After an email conversation with one of the guys from RootBSD last month, I realised that these statistics are … Continue reading