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The first release candidate for the upcoming PC-BSD 9.0 is now available! This release includes the latest FreeBSD 9.0-RC1 base, along with numerous bug fixes and enhancements. Notable changes in this release are: Added support for installing to BootCamp partitions on … Continue reading
A new issue (November 2011) of the free BSD Magazine is now available: Speed Daemons (pdf). From the table of contents: PC-BSD 9 Turns a New Page Since 2005, PC-BSD has striven to make BSD accessible to the desktop user. Offering a slew of improvements and … Continue reading
iXsystems has announced the availability of FreeNAS 8.0.1, the latest stable version of this FreeBSD-based network attached operating system. Features added to FreeNAS 8.0.1 include S.M.A.R.T. and UPS services, USB 3.0 support, and OSX Lion AFP and Time Machine compatibility. In addition, cronjob … Continue reading
Xsystems has announced the availability of the TrueNAS™ Pro family of storage appliances. TrueNAS™ Pro storage appliances provide security, scalability, and flexibility at a low total cost of ownership. The TrueNAS™ Pro software is based on the FreeNAS™ 8 operating … Continue reading
Some (Free)BSD related links that may be of interest: Apple’s Mac OS X helps BSD overtake Linux for development FreeBSD: A Faster Platform For Linux Gaming Than Linux. Alexander Leidinger put some instructions on his blog how to create a new Linux … Continue reading
Well, the school holidays are over now here in the UK and we’re back from two and a half weeks break over in Holland, so it’s time to update this website again. I have stayed up to date with (Free)BSD … Continue reading
Three noteworthy links today to FreeBSD related news: I. FreeBSD on Amazon’s EC2 Colin Percifal mentioned on his blog that he managed to successfully run FreeBSD on Amazon’s EC2 via defenestration, tricking EC2 to think Windows is running. How can … Continue reading