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iXsystems, the corporate sponsor behind PC-BSD and many BSD related Conferences, has released a NAS server wth FreeNAS: Titan FreeNAS Storage Appliance. The Titan FreeNAS storage appliance provides security, scalability, and flexibility at a low total cost of ownership. Attach the Titan … Continue reading
Murray Stokely, from the FreeBSD Core Team, has setup a new channel for technical BSD content on Youtube for high quality, full hour-long videos of talks and tutorials from BSD Conferences http://uk.youtube.com/bsdconferences Thanks to help from the Open Source Program Office … Continue reading
This is not directly FreeBSD related (though Codeweavers have started working on a FreeBSD product), but since most readers here also use Linux, I’d like to make you’ll aware of the following: Codeweavers are offering their products for free tomorrow, … Continue reading
Murray Stockely reports about the success rate for Summer of Code students working on FreeBSD. 19 out of 21 students successfully completed the program this summer. He has created a summary of all 19 individual projects. On the Google Open … Continue reading
The FreeBSD Project is proud to have taken part in the Google Summer of Code 2008. We received more high quality applications this year than ever before. In the end it was a very tough decision to narrow it down … Continue reading
Since Google Chrome just recently launched and it unfortunatly only supports Windows I felt a little bit dissapointed. But hey that doesn’t stop me so easy. So i decided to check out what wine (a windows api emulator for linux … Continue reading
On 1 September Google introduced its new web browser, Chrome, with a comic book. Yesterday when Chrome became available I installed it and have been using it happily for a few hours. It’s light weight, fast and stable. As can … Continue reading
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