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“Device drivers make it possible for your software to communicate with your hardware, and because every operating system has specific requirements, driver writing is nontrivial. When developing for FreeBSD, you’ve probably had to scour the Internet and dig through the … Continue reading
Packt Publishing, the publishers of Learning FreeNAS, are now in the process of publishing pfSense 2 Cookbook. This book helps users discover the power of pfSense‘s core functionality. It is written by Matt Williamson and is filled with examples of interfaces, … Continue reading
Dru Lavigne’s Best of FreeBSD Basics book is now available for the Amazon Kindle ebook reader. (via)
Dru Lavigne’s “Definitive Guide to PC-BSD” book is now available to pre-order at freebsdmall.com and amazon.com This is the table of contents.
PC-BSD 8.0 is almost here, and so is The Definitive Guide to PC-BSD. This book is written by Dru Lavigne and due to be published later this month, 28 February. Since its initial release in early 2006, the PC-BSD operating … Continue reading
OSNews.com has a short review of Dru Lavinge’s “The best of FreeBSD Basics“. More about this book can be found in a previous post.
A new book has been added to the “FreeBSD library”: “Network Administration with FreeBSD” by Babak Farrokhi. This 280 page book is about the building, securing, and maintaining of networks with the FreeBSD operating system, and deals with the following … Continue reading