FreeBSD Journal now freely available

FreeBSD Journal now freely available

The FreeBSD Foundation has announced that going forward, the latest issues of the FreeBSD Journal will be free to the public. That’s right, no more subscription fees will be required to gain a well published collection¬† of information and knowledge about the...
BSD Now Episode 280: FOSS Clothing

BSD Now Episode 280: FOSS Clothing

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling talk about FOSS clothing and EULA, LLVM support on NetBSD, their thoughts of FreeBSD 12.0, FreeBSD vs Windows and Linux performance on Xeon, NetBSD and Microsoft, and others. Press play below to tune...
FreeBSD 12.0 review (DistroWatch)

FreeBSD 12.0 review (DistroWatch)

Jesse Smith of DistroWatch reviews the latest FreeBSD 12.0. He talks about the install process, his early impressions upon running the OS, using it on a VirtualBox VM, package management, boot, and more. See the link below for the detailed report. FreeBSD is a member...
BSD Now Episode 279: Future of ZFS

BSD Now Episode 279: Future of ZFS

In this episode of BSD Now, hosts Benedict Reuschling and Allan Jude discuss the future of ZFS within FreeBSD, highlights from the FreeBSD quarter status report, fly with raven, KDE on FreeBSD, ways to launch FreeBSD in EC2, NetBSD and GOG installers, and some more....
ZFS on FreeBSD – ZoF is ready for testing

ZFS on FreeBSD – ZoF is ready for testing

The developers of ZFS on FreeBSD, or ZoF, are pleased to announced its availability for testing. ZoF is based on ZFS on Linux (ZoL) and is aiming to be the main OpenZFS file system to be adopted by FreeBSD users. GitHub page: https://zfsonfreebsd.github.io/ZoF/ ZoL /...