The History of BSD and IP Stacks with Rodney Grimes

The History of BSD and IP Stacks with Rodney Grimes

This is a podcast with Rodney Grimes, one of the original co-founders of the FreeBSD project, discussing the history of Berkeley Software Distribution and IP Stacks, an early implementation of the worldwide used TCP/IP protocol. Rodney takes us back into the early...
[How-To] Add User(s) to FreeBSD and Why by tdrss

[How-To] Add User(s) to FreeBSD and Why by tdrss

User tdrss gives us some practical advice on creating users for FreeBSD and avoiding potential mishaps related to using sudo root. Check out their short guide below which includes using command adduser and setting up sudo. One might utilize this to have separate users...
[How-To] Run broot on FreeBSD by vermaden

[How-To] Run broot on FreeBSD by vermaden

User vermaden shows us how to run broot file manager on your FreeBSD operating system. broot is a tool that allows you to search through your files in the command line interface, with options such as filtering for specific keywords and file sizes. See the link below...
BSD Now Episode 333: Unix Keyboard Joy

BSD Now Episode 333: Unix Keyboard Joy

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict Reuschling and Allan Jude discuss your impact on year 2019 of FreeBSD, WireGuard on an OpenBSD router, Amazon now supporting FreeBSD/ARM 12, pkgsrc-2019Q4, UNIX keyboards, OpenBSD and DigitalOcean, and some more. Press play...
FreeBSD is an amazing operating system by unixsheikh

FreeBSD is an amazing operating system by unixsheikh

Long time FreeBSD user unixsheikh talks about his FreeBSD journey, from discovering it back in 1999 or 2000 from the book The Complete FreeBSD, how he came to learn about UNIX and his familiarity with GNU/Linux already. Check out their story below, as well as a reddit...