[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...
[How-To] Installing OpenCart on FreeBSD 11

[How-To] Installing OpenCart on FreeBSD 11

User Johnson D shows us how to get OpenCart set up on FreeBSD 11 via the FAMP stack. OpenCart is an open-source shopping cart solution. Follow the link below for the full set of instructions. Note that FAMP is required. The installation of OpenCart is FreeBSD is...
[How-To] Install qutebrowser on TrueOS / FreeBSD

[How-To] Install qutebrowser on TrueOS / FreeBSD

This tutorial by user 0r0 will show us how to get qutebrowser set up on TrueOS or FreeBSD. Qutebrowser is a minimal GUI browser that focuses on keyboard. Follow the link below for the full set of instructions. qutebrowser (http://qutebrowser.org/3) is a lightweight...
Minio, Google Go-powered object storage server

Minio, Google Go-powered object storage server

Google-Go object storage server Minio is an open source alternative to Amazon Web Services. Minio offers object storage and supports FreeBSD, and is compatible with existing Amazon Web Service S3 tools. Read more at the link below. There’s a new object storage...
[How-To] IPv6 on FreeBSD/EC2

[How-To] IPv6 on FreeBSD/EC2

In this tutorial, FreeBSD Security Officer Colin Percival shows us how to set up IPv6 on FreeBSD/EC2 and provides some tips to help simplify the process. Visit the link below to read his full blog. A few hours ago Amazon announced that they had rolled out IPv6 support...