Easy Jailing with The (PC-BSD) Warden

Graham from the IT Massive has put together a useful tutorial how to setup a jails in PC-BSD. The easiness and straight-forwardness is for him one of the reasons he's using PC-BSD: The Warden/FreeBSD Jails is one of the reasons that I use PC-BSD/FreeBSD. One possible...

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YippieMove switches from VMware to FreeBSD Jails

YippieMove has move from vmware for FreeBSD Jails as they're more efficient:    We doubled the amount of memory per server, we quadrupled sqlite’s internal buffers, we turned off sqlite auto-vacuuming, we turned off synchronization, we added more database indexes....

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40 years of Unix

Timeline: 40 years of Unix  Unix turns 40: The past, present and future of a revolutionary OS On the shoulders of giants: Three Unix movers and shakers The Unix family...

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NetCraft Communications announces Versiera 3.0

NetCraft Communications has announced the availability of Versiera 3.0 Versiera is a monitoring and management system supporting a wide range of open source and commercial platforms including Linux, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, OS X, Solaris and Windows. Included in...

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China chooses FreeBSD as basis for secure OS

A report by the Washington Post claims China is equipping all of its government and military PCs with a version of the Kylin operating system to make hacking attempts by foreign intelligence services more difficult. The information about the highly secure operating...

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2 Year Anniversary – FreeBSD News

I've been running this FreeBSD news blog for exactly 2 years today. FreeBSD and operating systems have developed and evolved a lot since then; reporting and writing about these have been enjoyable. Many thanks to everybody who's notified and emailed me about stories,...

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PC-BSD with XFCE window manager

PC-BSD Software has now made an XFCE PBI available. PC-BSD comes with KDE4 pre-installed, but if you prefer a lightweight window manager, this one is for you. The Gnome window manager PBI can be downloaded here. Another interesting PBI is the Thin Client Server. This...

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BSDTalk interview with some FreeBSD devs

BSDTalk has a 38 minutes interview with some FreeBSD developers at last weeks BSDCan 2009: Robert Watson, Brooks Davis, Hiroki Sato, Philip Paeps, and George V. Neville-Neil. They talk about the recent FreeBSD 7.2 release, and what is coming for 8. BSDTalk 173 -...

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Interview with Evoke developer Dylan Cochran

I sent an email to Dylan Cochran with some question regarding his Evoke BSD project. It's been sitting in my email for a little while, so it's time to post it. These were my questions and Dylan's answers: 1) Can you give a quick update on the state of the project...

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FreeBSD flavours and projects

Tonight I've updated the FreeBSD Flavours and projects page. There was a broken link, some missing pictures and the content had to be updated here and there. Please have a look and let me know what you think and/or if anything is missing. Also, I'd like to include...

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