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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
Every so many months the never ending discussion about the BSD vs GPL license heats up. Supporters for either license have their thoughts and opinions to why one license is better than the other. Some say that these discussions are … Continue reading
The first Release Candidate build for the FreeBSD-7.3 release cycle is now available. ISO images for are now available on most of the FreeBSD mirror sites.
Pawel Jakub Dawidek was awarded a grant by the FreeBSD Foundation last year to implement storage replication software that will enable users to use the FreeBSD operating system for highly available configurations where data has to be shared across the … Continue reading
The FOSDEM organization had reserved a DevRoom for the BSDs. I hadn’t been to FOSDEM for several years and was pleasantly surprised to see how many BSD developers and users had turned up. Continues… BSD DevRoom at FOSDEM 2010
Vincent Danen who works on the Red Hat Security Response Team has written a quick walk-through of the FreeBSD 8.0 installation procedure: “FreeBSD, and the other BSDs, are exceptionally stable and powerful operating systems, but they can be quite different … Continue reading