Linux vs FreeBSD – a comprehensive comparison

Linux vs FreeBSD – a comprehensive comparison

In this article by the Brio Team, Linux and FreeBSD are compared in terms of its developers, security, licensing, and compatibility with hardware and software. The author also explains which one may be a better fit for a specific user. In addition, it discusses the...

BSDNow.TV Episode 40: AirPorts & Packages

This BSDNow.TV episode discusses OpenBSD’s ports and package system. Karl Lehenbauer is also interviewed and talks about the use of FreeBSD at FlightAware. Press play below to watch: The following BSDNow.TV roundup brings you even more talks from BSDCan 2014....
GhostBSD 4.0 BETA 1 now available

GhostBSD 4.0 BETA 1 now available

The developers of GhostBSD have just released 4.0 BETA 1. The following lists changes and issues present in the latest BETA: Changes and problems fixed between 4.0-ALPHA3 and 4.0-BETA1 include: Switch from cpio to rsync for copying file on the installation. The kernel...
Running FreeBSD in Azure

Running FreeBSD in Azure

This article by Stephen Zarkos shows you how to set up FreeBSD in Microsoft’s cloud computing platform Azure. As many readers of this blog may know, for many years Microsoft has worked with the Linux community and contributed a number of device drivers to the...
Turn old PC hardware into a home server with FreeNAS

Turn old PC hardware into a home server with FreeNAS

This article by PCWorld walks you through a quick FreeNAS setup. For those who have some spare hardware lying around and need a file server, this might be for you. PC lovers tend to collect a lot of hardware as the years roll by. Instead of leaving it to collect dust,...