Released: Frenzy 1.2

Released: Frenzy 1.2

This is so particular: on the day that I moved Frenzy to the inactive/no-longer-maintained section a new release was announced. After being formally discontinued by its creator, Sergei Mozhaisky, a number of developers headed by Egor Vershinin has taken over the work....
Frenzy Project – update

Frenzy Project – update

I contacted Sergei Mozhaisky, the Frenzy Administrator LiveCD developer, for his reasons (which he blogged about on his Russion blog) to stop with the development of Frenzy BSD. I made Frenzy 5 years ago because I needed it in my work. I was a system administrator...

Frenzy (Dec 2005 – Dec 2008)

Sergei Mozhaisky has announced the release of Frenzy 1.1, a FreeBSD-based toolkit for system and network administrators. It is sad, but this version will be the project’s last release: At last, Frenzy 1.1 is released. This is a final release of Frenzy, I decided...
FreeBSD in 2007 – a review

FreeBSD in 2007 – a review

2007 is over. It was a very successful year for open source software and another 12 interesting months have passed for FreeBSD. In this post I want to look back at 2007 and see how FreeBSD faired, what happened in “FreeBSD land” and how FreeBSD based...
Frenzy 1.1 (BETA3) released

Frenzy 1.1 (BETA3) released

Sergei Mozhaisky has announced the third beta release of Frenzy 1.1, a portable toolkit for system and network administrators based on FreeBSD 6.2. More info on Frenzy here. These are most important changes since the 1.0-release: Base system is FreeBSD 6.2-STABLE,...

Frenzy 1.1 – development continued

After a long period of silence the development of Frenzy will be continued. The next version will be more sysadmin-oriented (most of desktop applications will be removed and installation to HDD will be disabled). Since unionfs is usuable in FreeBSD now, Frenzy will...