How-To: FreeBSD on Raspberry Pi 2

How-To: FreeBSD on Raspberry Pi 2

This short tutorial by user garyhall shows us how to get Raspberry Pi 2 running FreeBSD. Follow the link below for the full instructions. Most Raspberry Pi’s run some form of Linux (Raspbian, Ubuntu, etc) but you can also run other Unix variants on the Raspberry...
How-To: FreeBSD w/ TACACS+ GNS3 and Cisco 3700 Router

How-To: FreeBSD w/ TACACS+ GNS3 and Cisco 3700 Router

User jamal shahverdiev shows us how to get FreeBSD connected to your CISCO 3700 router via TACACS+. Follow the link below for full instructions. TACACS+ – (Terminal Access Controller Access Control System plus) — is a session protocol developed by Cisco....
Raspberry Pi USB-GPIO OS X and FreeBSD

Raspberry Pi USB-GPIO OS X and FreeBSD

User Ben Lavery shows us how to connect your Raspberry Pi USB to Mac and FreeBSD. A CP2102 serial converter is necessary to do this task. Follow the link below for the short tutorial. I play with my Raspberry Pi so rarely that I forget how to use my CP2102 serial...
The ZFS ZIL and SLOG Demystified

The ZFS ZIL and SLOG Demystified

Michael Dexter returns with another piece on ZFS, this one titled The ZFS ZIL and SLOG Demystified on the FreeNAS website. The article clarifies the usage of ZIL (ZFS Intent Log) and SLOG (Separate Intent Log) on your FreeNAS or FreeBSD pools. The ZIL and SLOG are two...