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Category Archives: Miscelaneous
Remember the days of DOS gaming, piles of floppy disks, messing around to get your 14.4k modem working? No, this is not FreeBSD related, but I though you may be interested to hear that the FreeDOS is not dead. 5 … Continue reading
Many thanks to everybody who send in an email expressing their regret on my decision to discontinue freebsdnews.net. Many made it clear this website was one of their main sources for FreeBSD related news and how much it would be … Continue reading
When a decision has been taken, it doesn’t mean you can’t change your mind…… Stay tuned. I’ll keep you posted.
As some of my regular readers will have noticed, over the past few months I have not updated this website as often as previously. It’s not that I’m not committed any more, or that I’ve lost interest, but other things … Continue reading
Paul Bagwell has a simple but very clear graph on his site showing the main differences between the most popular open source licences. I don’t think it can’t be done any simpler. Thanks, Paul.
Following one beta and five release candidates (RC’s), FreeNAS 8.0-RELEASE has been made availabe earlier this week by iXsystems, the corporate sponser behind the FreeNAS Project. The last stable release was FreeNAS 0.7.2 (Sabanda), released mid-October 2010. FreeNAS is a … Continue reading