Free BSD Mag issues – download now

Free BSD Mag issues – download now

The following BSD Mag issues can be downloaded (PDF) from the bsdmag website: Guide to FreeBSD Installing FreeBSD 7.1 with Enhanced Security Jails OpenSMTPD Getting a GNOME Desktop on FreeBSD Packaging Software for OpenBSD – part 2 A Jabber Data Transfer Component...

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Update your FreeBSD software with care

Chad Perrin explains step-by-step on TechRepublic how to keep a FreeBSD system up-to-date: Certain operating systems make this easier than others, as do certain applications. FreeBSD in particular offers specific explanations of gotchas and difficulties that might...

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FreeBSD Foundation fund raising drive

FreeBSD Foundation fund raising drive

The FreeBSD Foundaion has kiocked off their annual End-of-Year Fund Raising Drive. Their goal this year is to raise $300,000. So far, they have raised just over $159,000, a little more than half way. If you value their work (funding and promoting the use of FreeBSD),...

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AsiaBSDCon 2010

The FreeBSD Foundation is pleased to once again be a sponsor of AsiaBSDCon 2010. This conference will be held in Tokyo, March 11-14, 2010 The conference is for anyone developing, deploying and using systems based on FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, DragonFlyBSD, Darwin and...

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FreeBSD 8.0-RC3 released

The FreeBSD Project has released the third of the Release Candidates for the FreeBSD-8.0 release cycle. The third and hopefully last of the Release Candidates for the FreeBSD 8.0 release cycle is now available. Unless something catastrophic comes up within the next...

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GhostBSD – Gnome based FreeBSD liveCD

PC-BSD is currently the best well-knows FreeBSD based OS for desktop use, but it's  KDE  based. Though there's a Gnome PBI available, those interested in Gnome as desktop interface may want to have a look at GhostBSD, the Gnome based FreeBSD system for desktop use....

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FreeBroid

FreeBroid

Edmondas emailed me about a new project: FreeBroid FreeBSD is one of the best operating systems and Android is developing into something awesome, so why not combine the two? is porting Android to FreeBSD. It, now, enables FreeBSD users to develop Android without...

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PC-BSD and pfSense books

PC-BSD and pfSense books

Authored by pfSense co-founder Chris Buechler and pfSense developer Jim Pingle, The Definitive Guide to pfSense covers installation and basic configuration through advanced networking and firewalling of the popular open source firewall and router distribution. This...

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LIOKS’ FreeBSD tutorials & tips for beginners

Liok has put 3 tutorials together for FreeBSD novices: I often hear from people who don’t use FreeBSD that it’s an operating system only dedicated to server/production purposes. In a way, yes, FreeBSD is not as user-friendly than popular Linux distributions and it’s...

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On taking FreeBSD seriously

On taking FreeBSD seriously

Pongoewin found himself frustrated with Windows 7 at work and decided to take FreeBSD for a spin: I found myself frustrated with Windows 7 at work. It’s a fairly decent system, and a craptonne better than Vista in both performance and resource usage on the old desktop...

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Released: FreeNAS 0.7 (Khasadar)

Released: FreeNAS 0.7 (Khasadar)

FreeNAS 0.7  (Khasadar) has been released. Volker announced: Today i'm proud to announce the release of FreeNAS 0.7. I want to say thanks to all contributors for their help. Please see below the changes done in this version. You can download the ISO and image files...

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Evoke 0.2 Project Update

Dylan Cochran posted  an update as  to where he is with the developement of Evoke and what we can expect to come: I've been working on portions of what will become 0.2. We've replaced init with nexusd (a hybrid of init, watchdogd, and eventually powerd and devd). This...

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Portmaster funding proposal

Doug Barton wrote in the @announce mailing list, I have launched an initiative to give the community the opportunity to fund further development work on portmaster. As much as I love doing this work I need to be able to support myself and my family and the kinds of...

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11 BSD Success Stories

O'Reilly has a free PDF article with 11 BSD success stories Adventures in BSD How BSD Keeps Me Sane FreeBSD at Shannon Medical Center BSD in a Panic You Haven’t Had E-mail Since When? FreeBSD saves a dot-org, and maybe me, too! A FreeBSD Success Story (and Dragon?yBSD...

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The night of 1000 jails

How many Jails (virtual PC's) can you install under FreeBSD? At least 1000:  The night of 1000 jails The cheap (both in $$ and resource requirements) OS-level virtualization technology present in FreeBSD for nearly 10 years now. Behold... the bootup of 1,000, count...

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Development Release: FreeBSD 8.0-RC2

Ken Smith announced on 28/10 the availability of the second release candidate for FreeBSD 8.0: The second of the release candidates for the FreeBSD 8.0 release cycle is now available. At this point we feel most of what has been discovered during public testing that is...

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