Install Lighttpd Web Server on FreeBSD

Install Lighttpd Web Server on FreeBSD

Lighttpd is a secure, fast, compliant and very flexible web-server which has been optimized for high-performance environments. It has a very low memory footprint compared to other webservers and takes care of cpu-load. Its advanced feature-set make lighttpd the...

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pfSense 2007 Hackathon scheduled for Oct

A number of pfSense developers will be flying in to Louisville from around the world to participate in the 2007 Hackthon! During this time a number of pfSense developers get together and spend most of their time hacking on pfSense, testing and many other related...

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Trying out PC-BSD

Feedback from a happy PC-BSD user. I’ve been getting that itch to go back to Unix again lately. So I went and grabbed PC-BSD, the pre-configured version of FreeBSD. I used to log a bit of time in BSD but always hated tweaking X to get it the way I liked it. This takes...

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1.3TB FreeNAS box built & corked

1.3TB FreeNAS box built & corked

I built a 1.3TB freeNAS box a while back. I used 4 x 250GB drives in one array, and 3 x 120GB drives in the 2nd array, with an old 80GB for the freeNAS OS. The case and IDE controller card was purchased for the project, but the PSU, mobo etc, and all the drives were...

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M0n0wall 1.3 BETA3 released

The third beta release of m0n0wall 1.3, a FreeBSD-based firewall, is now available for download. From the changelog: added voucher support to captive portal (mwiget); wireless LAN improvements; allow dashes in alias names; added hidden option to disable...

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FreeNAS week; 6   FreeNAS Tutorials

FreeNAS week; 6 FreeNAS Tutorials

Back in 2006 Daily Cup of Tech had a FreeNAS week. If you’re not altogether comfortable getting FreeNAS up and running, why not have a look at FreeNAS Week series of howtos? Have you seen the "FreeNAS, how it works" video? FreeNAS Week - day 1: System and Skill...

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1.3TB FreeNAS box built & corked

FreeNAS: Review and Suggestions for Educational Use

FreeNAS is an open source operating system exclusively built to serve the purposes of implementing a small Network Attached Storage (NAS for short) device. NAS devices allow for centralization of data, data backup, and collaboration. The beautiful part, besides it’s...

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FreeSBIE wiki

The FreeSBIE Team has started a the FreeSBIE wiki which aims to be an open platform mainly used for the documentation and FAQs for the FreeSBIE project.

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How to create a streaming audio site with FreeBSD

How to create a streaming audio site with FreeBSD

Are you bored at work and wish you could listen to the hundreds or thousands of mp3's or ogg's that you have ripped to your hard drive at home? Maybe you want to create an internet radio station and live out your fantasy of being a DJ. Whatever your reason, I'm going...

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DesktopBSD 1.6-RC3 Released

DesktopBSD 1.6-RC3 Released

DesktopBSD 1.6 RC 3 is now available for download from our mirrors or via BitTorrent. This release candidate is considered a large step towards a final release 1.6 with major changes such as: X.Org release 7.2, improving support for modern graphics hardware NVIDIA...

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PC-BSD 1.4 BETA Released

After months of hard work, the PC-BSD team is pleased to make available he 1.4 BETA release. This version includes many exciting new features and software, such as: 3D desktop support via Beryl Adobe Flash (Youtube & Google Video) Many Nvidia, ATI and Intel video...

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FreeBSD 7.0 LiveCD released

FreeBSD 7.0 LiveCD released

[update 13/12/2007: a new version has now been released - check here] The next major release of FreeBSD, version 7, is one of the most significant so far, with amount of new technologies and improvement largest since introduction of 5.0. Ivan Voras has now created a...

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FreeNAS 0.685 Beta released

After a long time and hard work the FreeNAS team have released a new beta version (v0.685b) of FreeNAS. It includes many new features and a lot of bugs fixes. Download | Change log | Report problems

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