GhostBSD 2.5: A GNOME-ified FreeBSD 9.0
If you want to try out FreeBSD 9.0 this holiday but are not turned on by the actual FreeBSD 9.0 install and setup process, nor find the KDE desktop of PC-BSD 9.0 enjoyable, you may want to try out GhostBSD 2.5.
Centreon 2.3.3 on FreeBSD 9
This tutorial will guide the user to complete the installation of Centreon on FreeBSD. We will be using an installation on a FreeBSD 9.0-PRERELEASE kernel version, kernel version does not influence the tutorial.
What is the Centreon? Centreon is a powerful tool for monitoring hosts and services, it is a frontend that works on top of Nagios, adding many features for viewing and alert history, status, etc. ..
Debian GNU/kFreeBSD Gets Ready For FreeBSD 9.0
It’s not only the FreeBSD and PC-BSD camps gearing up for the imminent release of FreeBSD 9.0, but Debian developers have already been gearing up for the major update of this leading BSD distribution as they prepare to pull in its new kernel.
Top 6 Linux and BSD graphical installation programs
PC-BSD’s installation setup is one of them: Top 6 Linux and BSD graphical installation programs.
FreeBSD Development over 13 Years
This video shows the visual development of FreeBSD with its committers.
iXsystems Haiku Contest
Do you have the creativity/humor/love for FreeBSD and PC-BSD? Then submit an original haiku poem.
Here at iXsystems we always love hearing what you have to say, and what better way to celebrate the upcoming PC-BSD 9.0 release than indulging in some creative writing? We’ll gladly give away a PC-BSD shirt to the winner, and immortalize his/her haiku up on our Facebook and Google+ sites. (via)
bsdtalk210 – James Nixon from iXsystems
Interview with James Nixon from iXsystems at the LISA 2011 conference in Boston.
BSDs ‘lost’ just because of this phone number 1-800-ITS-UNIX
BSD ‘lost’ because of a phone number? Nonsense.
Four of the BSD guys had just formed a company to sell BSD commercially. They even had a nice phone number: 1-800-ITS-UNIX. That phone number did them and me in. AT&T sued them over the phone number and the lawsuit took 3 years to settle. That was precisely the period Linux was launched and BSD was frozen due to the lawsuit