Games on FreeBSD

Games on FreeBSD

User oshogbo gathers up some notes and guides on how to run Games on FreeBSD. For example, with the command utility fnaify, you can load up some of your favorite Windows games to run on FreeBSD or OpenBSD. Wine is a known Windows emulator originating from Linux....
[How-To] Get Started with FreeBSD

[How-To] Get Started with FreeBSD

Users Mark Drake and Justin Ellingwood show us how to get started with a fresh FreeBSD server by logging in via SSH. It also goes through Bash and setting up the root password. Note that this guide mentions DigitalOcean as the host but the process should work on other...
[How-To] FreeBSD Automount Removable Media

[How-To] FreeBSD Automount Removable Media

User vermaden is back again with another tutorial from his FreeBSD Desktop series. This time, we’ll learn how to configure automatic mounting of removable media such as USB thumbdrives through the automount command or dsbmd tool. See the link below for the full...
Configuring FreeBSD for Infrastructure

Configuring FreeBSD for Infrastructure

User Chris Kennedy walks us through configuring his own FreeBSD with network, jails, and setting up Jenkins. Check out the link below to see the details of his journey diving into FreeBSD after spending time with Linux.  FreeBSD is a robust operating system that has...
Dual booting Linux and FreeBSD

Dual booting Linux and FreeBSD

Jesse Smith of DistroWatch discusses dual-booting FreeBSD and Ubuntu in this brief walkthrough. There are many reasons why one would want to use both operating systems on the same computer as they serve different tasks. See the guide below for the full set of...