BSDNow.TV Episode 235: I C you BSD

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude & Benedict Reuschling discuss the origin of the term “open source”, show us FreeBSD running on ThinkPad T530, discuss a blog about moving away from Windows, the Unknown Giants, and OpenBSD & FreeDOS. Press...
FreeBSD Foundation Update, February 2018

FreeBSD Foundation Update, February 2018

The FreeBSD Foundation has released their February 2018 newsletter summarizing their progress in the community and development so far for the year. This issue features LLVM’s LLD Linker, fundraising initiatives, FOSDEM 2018 conference, release engineering...
5 Differences Between TrueOS & Linux

5 Differences Between TrueOS & Linux

User JoshDW19 walks us through the differences between the open-source operating systems TrueOS and Linux. TrueOS is based on FreeBSD, a UNIX open-source operating system. See the article below to find out what makes TrueOS standout from Linux. When thinking of Open...

BSD Now Episode 234: Code and Community

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict Reuschling and Allan Jude discuss the Google Summer of Code 2018 projects, show us a tutorial on FreeBSD jails with iocage, talk about the new Code of Conduct for FreeBSD, as well as libhijack & fancy monitoring for...
FreeBSD/EC2 history

FreeBSD/EC2 history

Colin Percival, known FreeBSD contributor, provides us a detailed blog history / timeline of his work with FreeBSD and Amazon EC2. EC2, or Elastic Compute Cloud, is part of Amazon Web Services cloud hosting platform. His work dates back to 2010, with EC2 being...

BSDNow.TV Episode 233: High on ZFS

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict Reuschling & Allan Jude explain the physics behind ZFS, DTrace switching to the GPL, Emacs debugging, syncookies coming to PF, and lastly FreeBSD’s history on EC2. Hit play below to tune in: We explain the physics...