Conky, light-weight system monitor for X

Conky, light-weight system monitor for X

The maintainer madpilot has updated the Conky port to the latest available version on FreeBSD. Conky allows you to customize an information box and display computer stats, email notifications, music players, and many other things. Check out the FreshPorts page below,...
BSD Now Episode 315: Recapping vBSDcon 2019

BSD Now Episode 315: Recapping vBSDcon 2019

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling discuss vBSDcon 2019, Unix at 50 years, a fan-less Tuxedo InfinityBook running OpenBSD, an hg server humungus, configuring a network dump in FreeBSD, among other things. Press play below to tune in:...
Meet FreeBSD Project – A Journey of 26 Years and Beyond

Meet FreeBSD Project – A Journey of 26 Years and Beyond

User William Chapman of research site pFind, discusses with Deb Goodkin of the FreeBSD Foundation and goes through the lengthy history of FreeBSD, the difference between FreeBSD and Linux, notable use and applications, and its community of developers. See the page...
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...