FreeNAS vs NexentaStor Community

FreeNAS vs NexentaStor Community

This article compares FreeNAS with NextentaStor Community. They are both storage operating systems, FreeNAS being based on FreeBSD. Original: http://www.freenas.org/freenas-versus-nexenta/ High Level Comparison FreeNAS and NexentaStor Community are Storage Operating...
xhyve

xhyve

For those who would like to use bhyve for OS X, a BSD-licensed virtualizer has been ported. Check out xhyve below. xhyve is a lightweight virtualization solution for OS X that is capable of running Linux. It is a port of FreeBSD’s bhyve… super lightweight, only 230 KB...
Lumina Desktop Status Update/FAQ

Lumina Desktop Status Update/FAQ

Ken Moore provides us a comprehensive status update on his Lumina desktop environment project. Original: http://blog.pcbsd.org/2015/05/lumina-desktop-status-updatefaq/ With the amount of changes to the Lumina desktop environment and the increasing number of...
PC-BSD 10.1.2: an Interview with Kris Moore

PC-BSD 10.1.2: an Interview with Kris Moore

Mark VonFange interviews developer Kris Moore about PC-BSD 10.1.2 and what’s in store for future releases. Original: http://blog.pcbsd.org/2015/05/pc-bsd-10-1-2-an-interview-with-kris-moore/ PC-BSD 10.1.2 has been released, so we thought we’d talk to project...
All-In-One Redux – Proxmox & FreeNAS

All-In-One Redux – Proxmox & FreeNAS

In this tutorial, user churnd shows us how to get a Proxmox virtual environment configured with FreeNAS. Original: http://churnd.net/2014/03/30/all-in-one-redux-proxmox-and-freenas Why? After using my VMware/NexentaStor All-In-One for a while, I grew tired of VMware’s...
Yes You Can Virtualize FreeNAS

Yes You Can Virtualize FreeNAS

Josh Paetzel has confirmed that FreeNAS can be used in a virtualized environment. FreeNAS is an open source network attaced storage operating system based on FreeBSD. Check out the guide below to get an idea of your use case or visualization scenario. Original:...