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On Saturday we announced the availability of FreeBSD 7.1 but not documentation was available at that point yet. The 7.1 release documement can be viewed at http://www.freebsd.org/releases/7.1R/relnotes.html The FreeBSD Release Engineering Team is pleased to announce the availability of FreeBSD 7.1-RELEASE. This … Continue reading
This is an early bird announcement: The FreeBSD team has uploaded the latest stable version: FreeBSD 7.1 The files are still being synced and no formal announcement made yet. When this comes out, I’ll let you know. 7.1 can be upgraded to … Continue reading
Welcome to 2009! I’m wishing all my readers a happy and prosperous 2009, at home and at work. Hopefully, we’ll see the birth of FreeBSD 8.0 Stable sometime this year, newer versions of FreeBSD-based operating systems and further progress of free … Continue reading
Steven Edwards of the Bordeaux Technology Group released Bordeaux 1.6 for FreeBSD and PC-BSD today. Bordeaux 1.6 comes with added support for Google’s Chrome Web Browser, Google Earth, Google Picasa. Additionally, Cellar support has improved; you can now delete and … Continue reading
FreeBSD Foundation is a non-profit organisation supporting the FreeBSD Project by part-funding some BSD conferences, by giving traveling grants to FreeBSD developers so they can go to conferences, by paying some developers etc etc. The Foundation is some $33.000 off their … Continue reading
Guess what operating system the number 1 on Netcraft’s most reliable hosting companies (November 2008) runs. No, guess what operating system the number 1 and 2 use… Correct, FreeBSD ;-) … the top two by average connection time (DataPipe and Aplus.net) both use … Continue reading
The pfSense project have announced the availability of version 1.2.1: This is a strictly a maintenance release, meaning it contains only bug fixes in the pfSense code, no new features. Though we also upgraded the base OS from FreeBSD 6.2 … Continue reading
Please find below the FreeBSD Foundation Newsletter for December 2008. In this Edition: Letter From the Vice President End-of-Year Fundraising Drive Safe Removal of Active Disk Devices Improvements to the FreeBSD TCP Stack Network Stack Virtualization Project FreeBSD Advocacy in … Continue reading