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FreeBSD Forums user Taz has put together a very detailed howto showing you exactly how to setup a minimal FreeBSD installation with the OpenBox window manager. If this is something you’ve been wanting to do for awhile but didn’t know … Continue reading
Over the last week or so I have come across two posts showing how to set up a FreeBSD based email server. If this is something you have been wanting to do, have a look at the following two links. … Continue reading
Vermaden has posted two very useful step-by-step tutorials on the FreeBSD Forums showing how you can keep your base system and applications up-to-date (the vermaden way): PART I. Keeping the FreeBSD base system up-to-date PART II. Keeping the FreeBSD packages … Continue reading
Whilst serving and checking out a few links today, I came across the following sites that you may be interested in too: I Daemon & Penguin oggcast. The latest podcast is about GhostBSD 2.0 which was released last week (Released: GhostBSD … Continue reading
This article describes building an internal FreeBSD Update Server. Experienced users or administrators are often responsible for several machines or environments. They understand the difficult demands and challenges of maintaining such an infrastructure. Running a FreeBSD Update Server makes it easier to … Continue reading
I Super-accurate computer clock created A free pies of software that allows computers to keep phenomenally accurate time has been developed by researchers in Melbourne. The software, called RADclock, should improve everything from Skype conversations to the tracking of subway … Continue reading
Aprogas has put together a very useful howto showing how you can create a FreeBSD Xen PV domU. “Xen is virtualization software, which lets you run multiple operating systems on the same physical machine. The goal of this guide is … Continue reading