[How-To] Install and Configure Telegraf on FreeBSD 12

[How-To] Install and Configure Telegraf on FreeBSD 12

This tutorial by user Amos Mibey will show you how to get Telegraf set up on your FreeBSD operating system. Telegraf is an Open Source server agent designed to help monitor data from stacks, sensors, and systems. See the link below for the full set of instructions....
AsiaBSDCon 2020 – Call for Proposals and Papers

AsiaBSDCon 2020 – Call for Proposals and Papers

Next year’s AsiaBSDCon will be held at the Tokyo University of Science. The deadline for submitting Tutorial Proposals and Paper Submissions is 1 November 2019. Registration is not open yet, but check back later to enjoy talks and network with professionals from...
BSD Now Episode 296 – It’s Alive: OpenBSD 6.5

BSD Now Episode 296 – It’s Alive: OpenBSD 6.5

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict Reuschling and Allan Jude discuss OpenBSD 6.5, mounting ZFS datasets, NetBSD 9 branch testing, LibreSSL 2.9.1, FreeBSD Mastery: Jails – Bail Bond Denied Edition, ed(1) a good editor back in the days, and some more. Click...
Call for Testing (CFT) for FreeBSD + ZoL and Pkgbase

Call for Testing (CFT) for FreeBSD + ZoL and Pkgbase

Kris Moore, FreeBSD contributor and spear-header of the ZFS on FreeBSD project, announced a Call for Testing of the latest development built on FreeBSD 12-STABLE. You can download the ISO from the link below. In other recent news, a TrueOS inspired package base for...
BSD Link Roundup 4.30

BSD Link Roundup 4.30

Here’s a collection of BSD links from this past month of April, ranging from discussions about home use, drivers, performance, and even an article about kernel modules from 1999! A FreeBSD box for home:...
BSD Now Episode 295: Fun with funlinkat()

BSD Now Episode 295: Fun with funlinkat()

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling introduce funlinkat(), discuss AT&T U-Verse with OpenBSD Router, NetBSD on Raspberry PI, ZFS encryption, a tutorial on rump kernel servers/clients, OpenBSD 6.4 and Snort, and some more. Click play...