FreeNAS web interface features (video)

Gary Sims has uploaded another video where he goes through the different available options on the FreeNAS web interface. If you’re interested in setting up your own NAS server, free of charge, watch this...

Beta release: PC-BSD 7.0 beta 1 (Fibonacci)

PC-BSD Beta1 is already available for download and according to a recent interview with Kris Moore ” … as long as no serious bugs are found, we plan on going gold early to mid-September.” The PC-BSD team is pleased to announce the immediate...

FreeNAS on Washington Post

FreeNAS, a FreeBSD based Network Attached Server (NAS), is mentioned on the Washington Post today: Network-Attached Storage on the Cheap Based on the FreeBSD operating system (a Unix derivative), FreeNAS is a server operating system that offers lots of features, a...
TrustedBSD Project website updated

TrustedBSD Project website updated

Robert Watson, who heads the TrustedBSD project, has updated the project’s website. The most striking change is that the different components / subprojects that are being worked are shown as tabs at the top. For those unfamiliar with TrustedBSD, TrustedBSD is...

pfSense vs Smoothwall

So heres my dilemna for a project I’m working on. I need a rather broad solution covering DNS, proxying, firewalling, VPN (both site to site and LDAP integrated user access), DHCP, supporting multiple DMZ servers along with routing support. This will act as the...
Interview with Kris Moore, PC-BSD (Distrowatch)

Interview with Kris Moore, PC-BSD (Distrowatch)

Distrwatch interviewed Kris Moore, founder and lead developer of PC-BSD, a user-friendly desktop operating system based on FreeBSD. They talk about the history of and reasons for creating PC-BSD, PBI package management, the upcoming PC-BSD 7, KDE4.1: The so-called...