In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Kris Moore catch up on some feedback emails and show us a prerecorded talk with Matthew Ahrens about ZFS. Press the play below while we await their upcoming episode on BSDCan.
Michael W Lucas has summarized a recent FreeBSD devsummit regarding ports and packages. In this devsummit, it started with an overview of Debian packages and dependencies. Using qemu BSD user mode for cross-building packages was also in talks. Cross-building has seen improvements, and nightly ARM crossbuild packages are being tested, which may be ready by EuroBSDCon. Other things discussed were PortCI, Jenkins bhyve, as well as a possibility of using certificate transparency via X.509v3 extension.
Check out the full notes here: http://blather.michaelwlucas.com/archives/2065
The third ALPHA build of GhostBSD 4.0-RELEASE has recently been made available on SourceForge. The following lists the most recent fixes in this ALPHA build:
- Network after install works on Virtualbox
- Added Wifimgr back for better wifi support until Networkmgr is working flawlessly
- Removed gimp since gimp is easily install with “sudo pkg install gimp”
- Removed all software that depends on Nautilus (ie. Rhythmbox and gksu)
- Exaile is replacing Rhythmbox
- GhostBSD user is now removed after installation
- New experimental look
Check out the official post here: http://www.ghostbsd.org/4.0-alpha3
The FreeNAS Team has just released a tutorial explaining the volumes and snapshots features in FreeNAS 18.104.22.168. Learn about setting up different types of volume layouts, datasets, permissions, and snapshots by watching below:
Head on over to the official YouTube link here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yxnJH-8YvC8
We have managed to run all of FreeBSD packages for a minimalist and normal desktop computer. Also, we’ve tested some CLI software, for making a little server.
All of our tests were successful, and we’re proud of our new product.
In other news, JabirOS has just been made available for ARM board Cubieboard.
Benjamin Milman, of iXsystems, recently did a talk at Linux Fest Northwest 2014 showing users how to set up FreeNAS. Check out his informative session on setting up your first NAS below.
To view the official post with slides, head on over to the following link: http://www.ixsystems.com/whats-new/setting-up-your-first-nas-with-freenas-by-benjamin-milman/