The FreeBSD Foundation April update

The FreeBSD Foundation April update

The following is taken from the FreeBSD Foundation update for April 2008: Java Update We are pleased to announce we have hired Kurt Miller to provide Java 1.6 binaries for FreeBSD 7. He has begun working full-time on this project. Kurt did the Java 1.5 binaries for...

FreeBSD usergroups

Murray Stockely has updated the usergroup listing on the FreeBSD website to better organize the groups by country/continent. The page now also includes a world map showing the group locations: FreeBSD Usergroup listing BSD groups are also listed on meetup.com:...

FreeBSD VMWare 7.0 images updated

We wrote before about the availability of the VMWare FreeBSD 7.0 image. Unfortunately, there was a problem with that image. Greg Larkin has now updated the image. The new VMware 7.0 virtual machine with ZFS enabled torrent can be downloaded here.
CrossOver Games announced

CrossOver Games announced

CodeWeavers, the makers of CrossOver Office, have announced a new product: CrossOver Games Now gamers can play the games they want, on whatever platform they want! With CrossOver Games, you can run many popular Windows games on your Intel OS X Mac or Linux PC (or...

FreeBSD clustering

Cluster computing is often associated with Linux, but this is equally possible to set up with FreeBSD, which, in fact, can be used for a lot of specific purposes. Brooks Davis presented an interesting and helpful paper at the New York City * BSD User Group back in...