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Daniel Geržo is looking for people to test his SysInfo script. This project is part of his thesis and it automatically documents the settings of a FreeBSD box. I would greatly appreciate if you guys could test it in your environment … Continue reading
Luigi Rizzo has put sent a message to one of the FreeBSD mailinglist with an update on picoBSD. PicoBSD is like NanoBSD, TinyBSD and Evoke as set of scripts to create a minimal FreeBSD installation. Note to self: need to … Continue reading
The FreeBSD GNOME team has announced the release of GNOME 2.26.0 for FreeBSD. The official release notes can be found at http://library.gnome.org/misc/release-notes/2.26/. For suggestions on installing or upgrading to 2.26, check the FreeBSD Gnome page
In “FreeBSD Land” we have Jails, Wardens, Inmates, but now there’s also a Cell, BSD Cell. BSD Cell provide Freebsd jails/vps which are hosted at gigeservers behind state of the art ddos protection. IRC is allowed, and reverse dns can … Continue reading
BitDefender have released their anti-virus software for Unices (Linus & FreeBSD) BitDefender Antivirus Scanner for Unices is a versatile on-demand scanner built for Linux and FreeBSD systems. It provides antivirus and antispyware scanning for both UNIX-based and Windows-based partitions. BitDefender … Continue reading
The FreeBSD Ports counter has gone through the 20.000 mark. That’s really impressive. FreeBSD users should be grateful to all those dedicated porters that devote their (spare) time to porting software for use on FreeBSD. Some useful ports related links: … Continue reading
Denys Sinyakov emailed me asking to let you all know about a new BSD VPS service that he has started. If you were looking for affordable and robust virtual server solution YOU are at the RIGHT place! Our company offers … Continue reading
The FreeBSD.org website has a little know corner, called FreeBSD Multimedia Resources List. Links on this page refer to multimedia resources (podcast, vodcast, audio recordings, video recordings, photos) related to FreeBSD or of interest for FreeBSD users. This list is … Continue reading