Configuring FreeBSD for Infrastructure

Configuring FreeBSD for Infrastructure

User Chris Kennedy walks us through configuring his own FreeBSD with network, jails, and setting up Jenkins. Check out the link below to see the details of his journey diving into FreeBSD after spending time with Linux.  FreeBSD is a robust operating system that has...

BSD Now Episode 267: Absolute FreeBSD

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling interview Michael W Lucas, author of several Absolute FreeBSD books, as wells some fiction works. In addition, they answer some questions from the BSD Now audience. Click play below to tune in: BSD now...

BSD Now Episode 266: File Type History

In this episode of BSD Now, hosts Benedict Reuschling and Allan Jude discuss OpenBSD and NetBSD on FreeBSD using grub2-bhyve, user vermaden’s FreeBSD story, OpenBSD on the desktop, history of filetype info in Unix dirs, multiboot Pinebook KDE neon image, and...
pfSense 2.4.4 is available

pfSense 2.4.4 is available

In case you missed it, the developers of pfSense have made available version 2.4.4-RELEASE. Notable changes are the base OS update to FreeBSD 11.2-RELEASE-p3, PHP 7.2, Routed IPsec (VTI), IPsec Speed Improvements, Default Gateway Group, and much more. For a detailed...
Haiku R1/beta1 is now available

Haiku R1/beta1 is now available

Haiku, an open-source operating system based on BeOS, has made available version R1/beta1. Haiku is unique in that it supports a FreeBSD compatibility layer for network drivers that work on FreeBSD. Head on over to their page to learn more about Haiku, and possibly to...