GhostBSD: A Solid Linux-Like Open Source Alternative

GhostBSD: A Solid Linux-Like Open Source Alternative

Jack M Germain reviews GhostBSD Open Source operating system from a Linux user’s perspective. GhostBSD is based on TrueOS, and originally on FreeBSD. Germain discusses a bit of BSD history, packages, look and feel, apps, and other things. See the link below for...
BSD Now Episode 286: Old Machine Revival

BSD Now Episode 286: Old Machine Revival

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling discuss ading glue in the desktop environment, PC engine and flashing the BIOS, reviving Cisco IDS in OpenBSD, WindowMaker and OpenBSD, RealTime data compression, love for pipes, and some more. Click...
BSD Link Roundup 2/21

BSD Link Roundup 2/21

Below are some links of various BSD or FreeBSD stories and discussions around the web — ranging from screenshots, why people chose BSD, and some updates. We’ll continue to provide these round-ups in addition to regular content and news updates! Why To Not...
BSD Now Episode 285: BSD Strategy

BSD Now Episode 285: BSD Strategy

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict Reuschling and Allan Jude discuss a blog about strategies to keep FreeBSD relevant, reflecting on a new machine’s soul, 10GbE benchmarks on Linux and FreeBSD, integrating LLVM sanitizers in NetBSD base, a DitroWatch review...
FreeBSD in Audio Studio (FOSDEM 19)

FreeBSD in Audio Studio (FOSDEM 19)

Interested in music production, and also have a love for Open Source and FreeBSD? Goran Mekic, a FreeBSD and Linux sysadmin, gives a talk on how one can utilize FreeBSD as a music production studio — with various tools such as OSS, Virtual OSS, and LV2 plugins....