BSD Now Episode 386: Aye, 386!

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict & Allan discuss Routing and Firewalling VLANS with FreeBSD, FreeBSD 12 VNET jail with ZFS howto, pkgsrc-2020Q4 released, FreeBSD on Raspberry Pi 4 With 4GB of RAM, HardenedBSD December 2020 Status Report, and more! Episode show...

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Exploring Swap on FreeBSD

Exploring Swap on FreeBSD

Mark Johnston answers all of your questions about swap on FreeBSD in this blog post hosted by Klara Systems, including an explanation of the laundry queue. "The laundry queue is managed by a dedicated thread, the laundry thread, which is responsible for deciding when...

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BSD Now Episode 383: Scale the tail

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict & Allan, discuss the FreeBSD Remote Process Plugin Final Milestone achievement, Tailscale for OpenBSD, macOS to FreeBSD migration, monitoring of our OpenBSD machines, OPNsense 20.7.6 released, and more! Episode show...

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BSD Now Episode 381: Shell origins

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict & Allan explore the Origin of the Shell, Return to Plan 9, ArisbluBSD: Why a new BSD?, OPNsense 20.7.5 released, Midnight BSD 2.0 Release Status, HardenedBSD November 2020 Status Report, and more. Episode show...

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TrueNAS SCALE 20.12-ALPHA Released

TrueNAS SCALE 20.12-ALPHA Released

The TrueNAS Release Engineering Team is pleased to announce the release the next Alpha version of TrueNAS SCALE! SCALE is the newest member of the TrueNAS family. When complete, SCALE will have all major TrueNAS CORE storage and sharing features and web interface...

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BSD Now Episode 380: Early ZFS-mas

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict & Allan read FreeBSD’s 3rd quarter status report, OpenZFS 2.0, adding check-hash checks in UFS filesystem, OpenSSL 3.0 /dev/crypto issues on FreeBSD, and more. Episode show notes: https://www.bsdnow.tv/380

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FreeBSD Git Transition Underway

FreeBSD Git Transition Underway

The FreeBSD Git Transition Team is on schedule to complete the project's transition from SVN to Git by December 22nd, 2020. The CURRENT branch has been available via Git for several months and DOCS was transitioned in December. The 11 and 12-STABLE branches will be...

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BSD Now Episode 379: bhyve my guest

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict & Allan explore Freebernetes, tracing kernel functions, The better way of building FreeBSD networks, New beginnings: CDBUG virtual meetings, LibreSSL update in DragonFly, Signal-cli with scli on FreeBSD, and more. Press play...

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i386 a Tier 2 Platform in FreeBSD 13

BSD Link Roundup 11.24

Here are some BSD related posts, releases, discussions, questions, and security notices for the past month. Peace to BSD! Refactoring the FreeBSD Kernel with Checked C via University of Rochester ZFS Essentials article series via open-e On the use of a life via...

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