Qt 5.9 on FreeBSD

Qt 5.9 on FreeBSD

Qt 5.9 is now on FreeBSD according to developers Tobias and Raphael. Qt is an open-source application framework for developing application software. You may download it from the FreeBSD ports tree. With Qt 5.9, the Elisa music player works, for instance (where it has...
[How-To] Installing Nokogiri

[How-To] Installing Nokogiri

Nokogiri is a an HTML, SAX, XML, and Reader parser available on multiple open-source operating systems. Nokogiri also allows you to search document with XPath or CSS3 selectors. You can find out how to download it at the link below. Because Nokogiri needs to be...
FreeBSD 11.0 Release Announcement

FreeBSD 11.0 Release Announcement

Turn it up! Behold, my lil devils, it’s time to dust-off mergemaster, grab a ZFS snap, and get updating! No need for me: root@freebsd12:~ # uname -v FreeBSD 12.0-CURRENT #0 r305028: Mon Aug 29 22:45:29 UTC 2016    ...
[How-To] TensorFlow on FreeBSD

[How-To] TensorFlow on FreeBSD

User Lee shows us how to get TensorFlow set up on FreeBSD. TensorFlow is an open source software library for machine intelligence, or numerical computation using data flow graphs. See the link below for the full instructions. First, I apologize for not supplying a...
[How-To] Uchiwa port for FreeBSD

[How-To] Uchiwa port for FreeBSD

User has ported Uchiwa to the FreeBSD operating system. Uchiwa is a lightweight dashboard for the Sensu monitoring framework and is built with Go and AngularJS. See the link below for the full instructions. I have created a port of Uchiwa for FreeBSD. It currently not...
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