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,...
Expand FreeNAS with plugins

Expand FreeNAS with plugins

This article by Wazi explains the use of plugins in FreeNAS. The author walks us through various plugins and explains the process behind how they work. FreeNAS is a powerful open source implementation of a network-attached storage (NAS) server – file-level computer...

BSDCan 2014 videos available

The folks at BSDNow have shared a list of talks given at BSDCan 2014. All videos have been made available on YouTube below: The majority of the BSDCan talks are finally uploaded, so prepare to be flooded with links Karl Lehenbauer’s keynote (he’s on next...
EuroBSDCon call for papers

EuroBSDCon call for papers

EuroBSDCon, hosted in Sofia, Bulgaria on September 25-28, is still accepting applications for talk/presentation and tutorial proposals. The deadline is now June 2, 2014. EuroBSDcon is the European technical conference for users and developers of BSD-based systems. The...