BSD Now Episode 314:  Swap that Space

BSD Now Episode 314: Swap that Space

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling discuss Unix virtual memory with no swap space, Dragonfly and Dsynth, FreeBSD instant workstation, new tech new servers, streaming setups on NetBSD, Steam and NetBSD thanks to Google Summer of Code, and...
[How-To] Configure a Network Dump in FreeBSD

[How-To] Configure a Network Dump in FreeBSD

FreeBSD committer oshogbo shows us how to configure a network dump on your FreeBSD server. This process requires two machines, a client and a server, one to collect the dump and the other to dump from. The command dumpon and netdumpd are used to facilitate the dumping...
[How-To] Enable SSH On FreeBSD

[How-To] Enable SSH On FreeBSD

User SK shows us how to get SSH set up on your FreeBSD server. SSH is used for those who want to remotely access their server on their network via command line or other SSH utilities. See the link below for the full set of instructions. OpenSSH Server is installed by...
Homura –  Windows Games Launcher for FreeBSD

Homura – Windows Games Launcher for FreeBSD

User Alexander88207 brings us Homura, a new Windows game launcher for the FreeBSD operating system. Similar to Wine, Homura allows you to play games from a variety of applications such as Steam, Blizzard, Origin, Uplay, and some more. Some platforms are still work in...
Revive an Old PC #2- With GhostBSD

Revive an Old PC #2- With GhostBSD

RoboNuggie breathes life into an old HP system with GhostBSD, which is based on TrueOS (and FreeBSD) open source operating system. He then tests out browsing YouTube, LibreOffice, and even some 2D games. In a previous video, he tries out Trident on an old Compaq...