FreeBSD running on the Dell 990 SFF by Doovalacky

FreeBSD running on the Dell 990 SFF by Doovalacky

User Doovalacky tries out FreeBSD with a Dell Optiplex 990 SFF desktop computer. The Dell Optiplex is a small form factor and can be had for low price, ideal for saving space in your work area and for those who want to try out FreeBSD on hardware for the first time....
FreeBSD and NVIDIA Optimus by Alfix

FreeBSD and NVIDIA Optimus by Alfix

User Alfonso shows us how to get an NVIDIA GeForce GT540M a.k.a. Optimus graphics card working on a FreeBSD laptop. The instructions include kmod, editing xorg.conf, installing the driver and optirun utility. See the link below for the full set of instructions. This...
BSD Now Episode 332: The BSD Hyperbole

BSD Now Episode 332: The BSD Hyperbole

In this BSD Now podcast episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling discuss HyperbolaBSD, IPFW in-kernel NAT setup with FreeBSD, Wayland and WebRTC on NetBSD 9/Linux, LLDB Threading mainline support, OpenSSH U2F/FIDO, DragonflyBSD drm/i915, and some others....
BSD Link Roundup 1.13

BSD Link Roundup 1.13

Here’s our first BSD Link roundup of the new decade, featuring security various BSD on the latest Intel hardware, security warnings, real world BSD uses, and discussions of FreeBSD on reddit. Check them out below, and Happy 2020! KDE-FreeBSD in 2019 via...
[How-To] Install Hunspell on FreeBSD & macOS by Rubenerd

[How-To] Install Hunspell on FreeBSD & macOS by Rubenerd

User Rubenerd shows us how to get Hunspell set up on your FreeBSD or macOS system. Hunspell, originally based on MySpell, is an open-source spell checker used for LibreOffice, Firefox, Thunderbird, as well as Adobe InDesign. See the link below for the full set of...