FreeBSD Day – June 19

FreeBSD Day – June 19

Did you know that the FreeBSD name was coined 25 years ago on June 19, 1993? Because of that, the FreeBSD Foundation has officially designated June 19 as FreeBSD Day! Let’s celebrate FreeBSD by introducing FreeBSD to someone who hasn’t heard of it before,...

BSD Now Episode 250: BSDCan 2018 Recap

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict Reuschling & Allan Jude announce TrueOS becoming a downstream fork with Project Trident, recap on BSDCan, summarize HardenedBSD Foundation founding efforts, set up VPN with OpenIKED on OpenBSD, showcase FreeBSD on a...
[How-To] FreeBSD install VIM text editor using pkg and ports

[How-To] FreeBSD install VIM text editor using pkg and ports

User Vivek Gite is at it again with another tutorial, this time showing us how to install VIM text editor on FreeBSD. VIM is a powerful command line text editor available on many open source platforms. You may view the full set of instructions at the link below. How...

FreeBSD gets pNFS support

FreeBSD contributor rmacklem has announced pNFS support for the FreeBSD operating system. pNFS, also known as Parallel Network File System, is a protocol introduced in NFS v4.1 and allows for parallel connectivity access for storage devices. You may see the full...
FreeBSD 11.2-RC2 is now available

FreeBSD 11.2-RC2 is now available

The developers of FreeBSD have made available the SECOND release candidate of version 11.2. Notable changes are cxgbe(4) driver updates, various SCTP fixes, amd64 hybrid ISO creation reverted, dhclient(8) utility updated, and more. You may download the ISO/image here....

BSD Now Episode 249: Router On A Stick

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict Reuschling & Allan Jude announce OpenZFS and DTrace updates in NetBSD, audit the NetBSD network security stack, discuss performance of MySQL on ZFS, show us the OpenSMTP results from p2k18, backup legacy Windows to FreeNAS,...
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