National FreeBSD Day is June 19

National FreeBSD Day is June 19

The FreeBSD Foundation has designated June 19 as National FreeBSD Day! On June 19, 1993, FreeBSD was chosen to be the name for this open-source operating system that is now widely used across the world. Read their post on how we can celebrate and promote FreeBSD....

BSDNow.TV Episode 195: I don’t WannaCry

In this BSD now episode, hosts Allan and Benedict discuss OpenBSD, combating ransomware with OpenZFS, and using pfSense to maximize your non-gigabit internet connection. Click play below to tune in: BSD Now weekly content roundup:...

BSDNow.TV Episode 194: Daemonic plans

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict and Allan cover the latest FreeBSD status report, discuss a plan for Open Source software development, centrally managing bhyve with Ansible, libvirt, pkg-ssh, and more. Click play below to tune in: BSD Now weekly content...

BSDNow.TV Episode 193: Fire up the 802.11 AC

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan and Benedict interview Adrian Chadd regarding 802.11ac in FreeBSD, discuss pfSense & OpenVPN, ZFS storage pool checkpoint, and more. Press play below to tune in: BSD Now weekly content roundup:...

BSDNow.TV Episode 192: SSHv1 Be Gone

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict Reuschling and Allan Jude discuss development updates from the FreeBSD Foundation, TrueOS, Dynamic WDS, and more. Click play below to tune in: BSD Now weekly content roundup:...