Silent Fanless FreeBSD Server – Redundant Backup

Silent Fanless FreeBSD Server – Redundant Backup

User vermaden shows us his silent FreeBSD server build with a focus on redundant backups. He tests this out with two disks in ZFS mirror on an ASRock motherboard and Celeron CPU. He details his journey in making this quiet piece of machinery through the blog below. I...
Moving back to Lighttpd

Moving back to Lighttpd

F5 recently acquired NGINX and user High5! decided to roll back to lighttpd. Lighttpd is an Open Source web server application that is optimized for speed and is secure, flexible, and standards compliant. The user details what configuration changes they made to their...
[How-To] Highly Available DHCP Server on FreeBSD

[How-To] Highly Available DHCP Server on FreeBSD

User vermaden demonstrates how to set up a highly available DHCP server on FreeBSD. This setup in particular utilizes ISC (Internet Systems Consortium) DHCP server available in ports. See the link below for the full set of instructions Today I would like to share a...
[How-To] Raspberry Pi FreeBSD Web Server

[How-To] Raspberry Pi FreeBSD Web Server

User spacemonkey shows us how to get a FreeBSD web server set up on Raspberry Pi. Follow the link below for the full set of instructions. 0. Introduction The purpose of this guide is to provide step by step instructions on how to set up a system consisting of a...