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Tag Archives: Videos
Karl Fischer has created a video of a PC-BSD 7.0 Fibonacci (alpha) installation. Thanks, Karl, for letting me know.
Gary Sims has added a new FreeNAS tutorial video to the learnfreenas.com website. This second video is a sneak preview of ZFS which is coming in FreeNAS 0.7. Thanks, Gary, for letting me know.
This video gives a quick impression of the new look-n-feel of the upcoming PC-BSD 7 Fibonacci (due September 2008)/ What do you think of it? Please let me know in the comments below?
Following the launch of learnfreenas.com Garry Sims has created a tutorial video about configuring RAID 5 on FreeNAS
If you’re just itching for an excuse to reuse that retired desktop PC or laptop sitting in your closet there here’s your chance: the basics of installing FreeNAS, an open-source DIY NAS. So instead of spending money on off the … Continue reading
This tutorial will guide you through copying the m0n0wall image to a compact flash card and the initial configuration of the m0n0wall on the ALIX embedded board. I will be using a VPN accelerator card since I will have about … Continue reading
Wine-Review has posted a video showing the actual installation of Office 2007 and Word 2007 running on Linux on Wine. This should also work for FreeBSD with the Wine (Ports | PBI)
ZFS – the breakthrough file system in FreeBSD 7 (ported from Sun’s Solaris 10 Operating System) delivers virtually unlimited capacity, provable data integrity, and near-zero administration. However, FreeBSD’s sysinstall(8) does not yet support installing the system onto anything more exotic … Continue reading