Released: pfSense 1.2.2

Released: pfSense 1.2.2

Chris Buechler has announced the availability of pfSense 1.2.2, a security and bug-fix release of the FreeBSD-based firewall system: pfSense 1.2.2 released! Only five changes from 1.2.1, but we did want to get these issues fixed and an updated version out there: setup...
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...

Build a NAS device using FreeNAS

Dave Lawlor at trainsignaltraining.com has created a beginners friendly tutorial for installing and configuring FreeNAS.  In this demo I am going to walk you through setting up one of those alternatives, called FreeNAS.FreeNAS, as you might have been able to garner...

Evoke (formerly D*mnSmallBSD)

It’s been quiet around D*mnSmallBSD the last 12 months. Progress is slow as it’s only a small project and there has been a leadership change. The project has moved their website to Google Code and changed it’s name to Evoke on request of the D*mn...
Released: pfSense 1.2.1

Released: pfSense 1.2.1

The pfSense project have announced the availability of version 1.2.1: This is a strictly a maintenance release, meaning it contains only bug fixes in the pfSense code, no new features. Though we also upgraded the base OS from FreeBSD 6.2 to 7.0, which necessitated...