pfSense book naming contest

pfSense book naming contest

Chris Buechler, one of the pfSense Core Team members, has been working for several months on a pfSense Handbook which will be completed in the next 5-6 weeks and for sale from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, etc. around late August to early September. The book will...
Firefox 3 with FreeBSD technologies

Firefox 3 with FreeBSD technologies

Firefox 3 is released and got off to a fantastic start: more than 8 million downloads within 24 hours, peaking at 17.000 downloads a minute. Everybody browsing the internet uses (unconsciously) FreeBSD technology, such as TCP/IP, and a few only know that Firefox 3...

Some Linux vs FreeBSD commands

Linux and FreeBSD have both similarities. FreeBSD comes from Berkeley and Linux comes from Finland so it’s pretty sure some differences need to be – and here are some. Did I say FreeBSD is easier?  ;-)
BSDTalk Interview with Michael W. Lucas

BSDTalk Interview with Michael W. Lucas

BSDTalk has a 12 minute interview with Michael W. Lucas. Mr Lucas is writer of the Big Scary Daemons column at OnLAMP and has written a number of BSD books, of which “Absolute BSD: The Ultimate Guide to FreeBSD” is maybe one of the best known. In this...

Verio: “Long live FreeBSD”

“Announcing the end of I.T.Servertude. Liberate yourself.” This is what we read on Verio ‘s (a subsidiary of NTT Communications) FreeBSD hosting page (VPS and MPS). It’s good to see yet another hoster providing FreeBSD as an alternative to...