For those interested in attending the FreeBSD Developer and Vendor Summit, you can find the details in the link below. Non-committers and guest attendees will need to email email@example.com. The deadline to register is October 17, 2015. The summit will be held on November 2-3, 2015, at the NetApp campus in Sunnyvale.
Deb Goodkin, Executive Director of the FreeBSD Foundation, has released their September 2015 newsletter update. Follow the link to read more on development updates, conference recaps, and fundraising goals.
Dear FreeBSD Community Member,
September not only brings the start of autumn, but also marks the beginning of one of the busiest periods on the Foundation calendar. From sponsoring
and attending a number of new events, to kicking off our new middle school FreeBSD class and reaching a milestone with the FreeBSD Journal, it’s been a big month. Plus, that’s just the beginning of what we have in store for Fall 2015. Please take a minute to read up on what we’ve been up to and thank you for all you do to support the Foundation and the Project.
FreeBSD committer Mariusz Zaborski highlighted his recent trip to BSDCam 2015, sponsored by the FreeBSD Foundation. The conference was held at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom.
I’m a fresh FreeBSD committer who is very interested in security things. I also work for the Wheel Systems company which develops security solutions. So it was natural for me that I should attend Cambridge Developer Summit which, in my opinion, is the most security related event in every committer’s calendar. This was also my third visit to Cambridge. For the first one I also wrote a trip report which you can find here. The conference was held in August 17-20, 2015.
Read the full report here! http://freebsdfoundation.blogspot.com/2015/09/bsdcam-2015-trip-report-mariusz-zaborski.html
In this BSD Now episode, sir Allan Jude and Kris Moore interview Andrew Pantyukhin. They discuss his contributions to the FreeBSD project, including the best usage of technology in the datacenter, config management, etc. Click play below to tune in:
Official page: http://www.bsdnow.tv/episodes/2015_09_23_ServeUp_BSD
Thanks to user ali rafie for this guide on how to get htop working on FreeBSD 10.
htop is an interactive system-monitor process-viewer written for Linux. It is designed as an alternative to the Unix program top. It shows a frequently updated list of the processes running on a computer, normally ordered by the amount of CPU usage. Unlike top, htop provides a full list of processes running, instead of the top resource-consuming processes. Htop uses color and gives visual information about processor, swap and memory status.
Thanks to the Engineering Walden, you can now get CentOS 6 set up in a FreeBSD 10.2 jail. Follow the link for the full tutorial.
CentOS 6! In a jail on the FreeBSD 10.2 kernel! THAT’S EFFING AWESOME.
I just got this up and running after some hours spent cobbling together instructions from the various sources to which I link below, and then troubleshooting some issues (one of which is listed at the bottom for anyone else who encounters it), but it works.
In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Kris Moore interview Aaron Poffenberger about his experience in bringing BSD’s presence to Linux conferences.
Show Notes & Download: http://bit.ly/bsd107
Visit their page weekly for BSD content round ups: http://www.bsdnow.tv/episodes/2015_09_16-In_their_midst
Here’s another tutorial, by user, on how to get the FEMP stack set up on your FreeBSD server.
Nginx (pronounced engine-x) is a free and open-source high-performance HTTP server. Nginx focus on high concurrency, performance and low memory usage. And it is make nginx a one of the most popular a web server. You can use nginx also as reverse proxy for HTTP, HTTPS, SMTP, POP3, and IMAP protocols, as well as a load balancer.
MariaDB is one of the relational database management system (RDBMS) forked from MySQL and it is drop-in replacement for MySQL and developed by some of the original authors of MySQL. MariaDB strives to be logical choice for database professionals looking for a robust, scalable, and reliable SQL server.
FPM (FastCGI Process Manager) is an alternative PHP FastCGI implementation. come with some additional features, like a process management, stdout and stderr logging, accelerated upload support, ability to start workers with different uid or gid and listening on different port. It is very useful for heavy-loaded sites.
User Jose Velazquez (Atlantic.net) shows us how to get WordPress set up on your FreeBSD server. Check out the link below to see the full tutorial.
WordPress is a simple blogging system the helped maintain many blogs by making a simple interface that interacts with a database. Now, it has become a one of the most powerful content management systems (CMS) in the web, especially it being a free open source software. In this how-to, we will walk through the Installation of WordPress on a FreeBSD server.