BitDefender anti-virus/anti-spyware for FreeBSD

BitDefender anti-virus/anti-spyware for FreeBSD

BitDefender have released their anti-virus software for Unices (Linus & FreeBSD) BitDefender Antivirus Scanner for Unices is a versatile on-demand scanner built for Linux and FreeBSD systems. It provides antivirus and antispyware scanning for both UNIX-based and...

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m0n0wall 1.3b16 released

It's been exactly 6 months since the last release (1.3b15), but m0nowall is not dead: beta 1.3b16 is now available. The developers have been busy with a kernel security bugfix (arc4random),  support for Broadcom BCM5722 NICs, and IPv6  (DHCPv6, IPv6 webGUI access)....

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First look at PC-BSD 7.1 – Distrowatch.org

Distrowatch.org has taken PC-BSD 7.1 for a spin and written up a fair review in Issue 298 (13 April 2009). It's fair to say that while I'm a free software guy, I'm not a BSD guy. Like many, I've done the odd install here or there, used a BSD-based appliance for one...

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iXsystems releases PC-BSD 7.1 “Galileo Edition”

iXsystems releases PC-BSD 7.1 “Galileo Edition”

The PC-BSD Team announced last week the availability of PC-BSD 7.1 - Galileo Edition.  I was on holiday, hence the late announcement here. Version 7.1 contains a number of enhancements, improvements and bugfixes from the 7.0 series.  FreeBSD 7.2-Pre KDE 4.2.2 The new...

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FreeBSD software: 20.000 ports, and growing

The FreeBSD Ports counter has gone through the 20.000 mark. That's really impressive. FreeBSD users should be grateful to all those dedicated porters that devote their (spare) time to porting software for use on FreeBSD. Some useful ports related links: FreeBSD Ports...

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New *BSD VPS service

Denys Sinyakov emailed me asking to let you all know about a new BSD VPS service that he has started. If you were looking for affordable and robust virtual server solution YOU are at the RIGHT place! Our company offers virtual private servers on the most stable in the...

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Announcing Evoke 0.1R1

The Evoke Project (formerly D*mn Small BSD) is starting to take more shape. 0.1 is the first official 'release' of Evoke, It represents the first step into our ultimate goal of improving the UNIX userland. This release contains scaffolding and general structural...

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FreeBSD Multimedia Resources List

The FreeBSD.org website has a little know corner, called FreeBSD Multimedia Resources List. Links on this page refer to multimedia resources (podcast, vodcast, audio recordings, video recordings, photos) related to FreeBSD or of interest for FreeBSD users. This list...

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FreeBSD 7.2Beta released

We mentioned about the 7.2 beta release before, but now it's official. The final version of FreeBSD 7.2 is expected on 04 May 2009 - see the BSD Events Calendar Links: Announcement - Download -...

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iXsystems’ most successful year ever

iXsystems’ most successful year ever

iXsystems topped off its biggest revenue-producing year in history by taking home the Intel® Server Growth Award for 2008. iXsystems beat out a field of nearly 300 companies with an 82% increase in Intel® server sales over the previous year. On March 16, 2009,...

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FreeBSD 7.2 BETA available

I've not seen an official announcement yet and the release notes aren't available yet, but FreeBSD 7.2 BETA has been uploaded to the FTP servers (i386 on 31/03. ia64 on 01/04). Please note, as this hasn't been announced yet by the Team, the files can still be pulled...

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FreeBSD and Google Summer of Code 2009

FreeBSD and Google Summer of Code 2009

Google is now hosting the Google Summer of Code for the 5th year running, and FreeBSD has been selected again as eligible for the mentoring organisation. If you or any other student is interested in contributing to the development of FreeBSD and get paid for doing so,...

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PC-BSD 7.1-RC1 released

The PC-BSD Team has announced the availability of PC-BSD 7.1-RC1, running FreeBSD 7.2-Pre, and KDE 4.2.1 Version 7.1RC1 contains a number of enhancements and bugfixes from beta1. For a full list of changes, please refer to the changelog. Version 7.1-RC1 of PC-BSD is...

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Cisco meets its match (pfSense)

Cisco products are generally good and reliable, but often expensive. RickC had some issues with a Cisco firewall and takes the free pfSense for a spin, and he loves it... Is that surprising? ...  Enter PFSense - the BSD-based firewall distro closely related to the...

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FreeBSD and Google’s Summer of Code (GSoC)

The FreeBSD Project is pleased that Google has once again invited the FreeBSD Project to participate in their Summer of Code program, which pays student developers to work on Open Source projects. Over the last four years, over 70 Summer of Code projects have...

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