[How-To] Install Git on FreeBSD 11.0

[How-To] Install Git on FreeBSD 11.0

User shows us how to set up Git on FreeBSD 11. Git is a version control system, or VCS, is used for software development and various version control tasks. Follow the link below for the full set of instructions. Introduction Version control systems are an...

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Apple releases macOS 10.12 Sierra Darwin source code

Apple releases macOS 10.12 Sierra Darwin source code

The developers of Apple have released the Darwin source code for macOS 10.12 Sierra. Darwin comprises of the kernel, BSD portions, drivers, and developer tools. The source code can be found at the links provided. The lowest layers of macOS, including the kernel, BSD...

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FreeNAS 10-BETA2 now available

FreeNAS 10-BETA2 now available

Jordan Hubbard has announced the 2nd BETA release of FreeNAS 10. This version adds more features to the previously released BETA, adding support for virtual machine web-based console and GUI, initial setup wizard, asynchronous tasks, on top of the revamped graphic...

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Debian vs FreeBSD & FreeBSD as a desktop

These two blogs by user Andy Mender talks about his experience switching over to FreeBSD for desktop use, along with his thoughts on Debian Linux next to FreeBSD. He makes comparisons between the file systems, init systems, package management, and more. Read more at...

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[How-To] SmokePing on FreeBSD 11

[How-To] SmokePing on FreeBSD 11

User Vinícius Zavam (DigitalOcean) shows us how to set up SmokePing, a network latency tracking tool with a graph explorer and useful latency measurement plugins, on FreeBSD 11.  Head on over to the link below for the full set of instructions. Introduction SmokePing...

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Trinity Desktop (KDE3 fork) adds Partial FreeBSD Support

Trinity Desktop (KDE3 fork) adds Partial FreeBSD Support

The Trinity Desktop Environment, forked from the popular K Desktop Environment, has included partial FreeBSD support on their latest release R14.0.4. They welcome additional support from those who are interested in seeing better compatibility with FreeBSD. Aside from...

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FreeBSD comes to 64-bit ARM

FreeBSD comes to 64-bit ARM

User Agam Shah (Computerworld) writes about the developments of FreeBSD on the ARM 64-bit processor. ARM is known for its low-power and is mainly used in mobile devices. Lately, there has been an interest in using the ARM 64-bit processor in servers for cloud and web...

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FreeBSD Q3’2016 Status Report

FreeBSD Q3’2016 Status Report

For those who have not seen it yet, the folks at FreeBSD have published their status report for the 3rd Quarter of 2016. Head over to the link below for a detailed report from the Release Engineering, Ports Collection, Core, and Foundation Teams, along with updates on...

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Testing simple ZFS failure on FreeBSD

Testing simple ZFS failure on FreeBSD

User voltagex blogs about his experience in testing simple ZFS failure on FreeBSD. He uses VirtualBox as a testing ground for the drive failure experiment and shows how the robust ZFS file system will deal with it. See the full article in the link below. ZFS is one of...

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iXsystems Announces TrueOS Launch

iXsystems Announces TrueOS Launch

iXsystems Inc. has announced the launch of TrueOS, a desktop FreeBSD based operating system that evolved from the PC-BSD name. Notable features are its rolling release updates, Lumina Desktop Environment, and more features such as TrueOS Pico coming soon. Head on over...

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OpenIndiana Migrates to FreeBSD Loader

OpenIndiana Migrates to FreeBSD Loader

OpenIndiana version 2016.10 has incorporated the FreeBSD boot loader, along with MATE desktop. OpenIndiana is based on Illumos and derived from OpenSolaris, Sun Microsystem's now defunct open source operating system. Read the full article in the link below. The...

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