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I thought I’d share the 15 most popular posts of 2010. Interestingly, people were looking for ways to use FreeBSD as a desktop operating system: posts on FreeNAS (4) and Google Chrome (3) and “live systems” (2) were very popular: … Continue reading
I’ve added to two new tabs in the menu above: News Feeds – RSS feeds from regularly updated FreeBSD sites. If you want yours adding, let me know. Contribute. If you have any stories please submit them here. If you … Continue reading
Jon Buys has a blog post on ostatic.com about FreeBSD Jails. He goes into the different approaches of Linux and FreeBSD and how this becomes clear in virtualistion. He also goes into operating virtualisation vs application virtualisation. In a traditional … Continue reading
Dear RSS Subscribers, #gvanessen Twitter followers and Facebook subscribers, I hope you all will have a happy and prosperous 2011. May we see FreeBSD, and all systems based on it, further improve and expand market share in 2011. If you … Continue reading
Below some links to news articles and blog posts relating to FreeBSD, it’s development, howto’s etc, and other interesting bits and bops connected with the FreeBSD operating system. 1. Automatic Install with FreeBSD 64-bit on RootBSD. All new RootBSD orders … Continue reading
Last Saturday I linked to some pictures ((Free)BSD Events (November) taken at BSD-Day 2010 (Budapest). Dru has now posted a link to the audio and video files recorded at the conference: http://wiki.freebsd.org/BSDDay_2010 Daniel Gerzo: “How the FreeBSD Project Works” (video) (audio) Ian … Continue reading
Shortly after Google Chrome was released, I was excited to find out that Ben Laurie was porting Google Chrome/Chromium to FreeBSD. This is in my opinion the best web browser available (I know, it’s subjective). It’s light-weight, secure and extendible. The … Continue reading
Back in 2007 when I started this website about FreeBSD, Tom Grove wanted to set up something similar and registered freebsdnews.com. When I tried to register this domain, it was unfortunately already taken, but for different reasons Tom’s website never … Continue reading