FreeBSD 11.0 BETA-3 now available

FreeBSD 11.0 BETA-3 now available

The developers of FreeBSD have made available the third BETA of version 11.0. Notable changes are listed below, you can download the ISOs from here. The official 11.0-RELEASE is scheduled to go out on September 2nd. A summary of changes since BETA2 includes: o...
2016 BSDCan Trip Reports

2016 BSDCan Trip Reports

BSDCan 2016 was held at the University of Ottawa in Ontario on the weekend of June 10-11. The FreeBSD Foundation sponsored several users who have summarized their experiences in the posts below. 2016 heralded my return to BSDCan after a 4 year hiatus. In part, I was...
[Blog] Leo Laporte – A Grand Experiment

[Blog] Leo Laporte – A Grand Experiment

New user Leo Laporte, known US tech journalist, documents his switch to FreeBSD after being an avid and longtime Linux user. Read about his findings on why and how he chose to go with FreeBSD as a robust solution for his next project. The latest debacle over the...

BSDNow.TV Episode 151: Fuzzy Auditing

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Kris Moore and Allan Jude interview Dru Lavigne — documentation specialist and FreeBSD docs committer. In addition, they discuss a Kernel Fuzing audit done for OpenBSD and improvements to the ‘C’ client for LetsEncrypt....
[How-To] FreeBSD 10.1 FreeSWITCH FusionPBX

[How-To] FreeBSD 10.1 FreeSWITCH FusionPBX

This tutorial by user jamalshahverdiev shows us how to get FreeSWITCH set up on FreeBSD 10.1. FreeSWITCH is an open source voice over IP protocol. FusionPBX acts as an voice application server. See the link below for full instructions. FreeSWITCH – open source VoIP...
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