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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
If there were no (regular) readers interested in this website, there would be no point for me maintaining it. Without readers and a community one may as well stop spending time and resources on maintaining a digital presence. As you … Continue reading
Over the last week we have seen new versions of FreeBSD, PC-BSD and FreeNAS: FreeBSD 7.3-RC1 (link) Ken Smith has announced the release candidate of FreeBSD 7.3, a new version of the project’s legacy branch: “The second of the test … Continue reading
Did you know you can stay up to date with the news on this site without having to daily check if I’ve added any stories? No? Subscribe and use RSS and/or Twitter. There are many RSS desktop readers available for Win, … Continue reading
Keramidas talks about font substitution in Firefox and other GTK+ base programs. The DejaVu font family is a very popular font collection for Linux and BSD systems. The font package of DejaVu includes a condensed variant; a variation of the … Continue reading
It is beyond the scope of this guide to teach you how to install the FreeBSD OS. To make this tutorial even simpler, I remove the Digium PCI Card with 4 FX0. Requirements: Running FreeBSD OS (I’m currently using FreeBSD … Continue reading
Monitis Inc., a leading provider of affordable easy-to-use enterprise-class systems management software as a service, today announces release of monitoring agent for FreeBSD.Monitis monitoring agent is downloadable software, which runs on clients’ machines and collect performance and configuration metrics both … Continue reading
My friend Karl has added the FreeBSD News feed to his site Floss.pro. Floss.pro is a blogging platform, based on the open-source engine Laconica. There are many micro blogging sites available such as Twitter, Jaiku etc, but Floss.pro is different in that’s set … Continue reading