How I Created My First FreeBSD Port

How I Created My First FreeBSD Port

In this blog, user Hamza Sheikh talks about the process he went through for making his first FreBSD port, GoCD — an Open Source continuous integration/delivery system. Sheikh walks us through initial set up through Digital Ocean, tweaks, port init, to makefile....
BSD Now Episode 291: Storage Changes Software

BSD Now Episode 291: Storage Changes Software

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling discuss storage change software, why Unix is special, pipeline +Unix commands, bakery on Emacs and PostgreSQL, making your tech talk memorable, context light-weight, and some more. Click play below to...
Moving back to Lighttpd

Moving back to Lighttpd

F5 recently acquired NGINX and user High5! decided to roll back to lighttpd. Lighttpd is an Open Source web server application that is optimized for speed and is secure, flexible, and standards compliant. The user details what configuration changes they made to their...
FreeBSD 11.3 Release Schedule Announcement

FreeBSD 11.3 Release Schedule Announcement

The developers of FreeBSD have made available the Release Schedule for FreeBSD 11.3. The BETA1 build will begin on May 24, with the official RELEASE of 11.3 on July 5. Stay tuned for updates to the various releases throughout this year. This is the release schedule...
BSD Now Episode 290:  Timestamped Notes

BSD Now Episode 290: Timestamped Notes

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling discuss Cavium ThunderX and FreeBSD, an OpenBSD user’s perspective on NetBSD, vim time-stamped notes, tagged OpenBSD 6.5, Google Summer of Code 2019, a UNIX-like OS for Hackers called SecBSD, and...