[How-To] Applied FreeBSD: Basic iSCSI

[How-To] Applied FreeBSD: Basic iSCSI

This tutorial by user SpaceGhostEngineer shows us how to set up an iSCSI connection between two FreeBSD servers. The article then shows you how to use Windows Server to verify that the iSCSI target and initiator works. Follow the link below for the full set of...

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[How-To] Install qutebrowser on TrueOS / FreeBSD

[How-To] Install qutebrowser on TrueOS / FreeBSD

This tutorial by user 0r0 will show us how to get qutebrowser set up on TrueOS or FreeBSD. Qutebrowser is a minimal GUI browser that focuses on keyboard. Follow the link below for the full set of instructions. qutebrowser (http://qutebrowser.org/3) is a lightweight...

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BSD Magazine Infrastructure Management

BSD Magazine Infrastructure Management

This issue of BSD Magazine features articles discussing infrastructure management, from active directory with SMB and BIND on FreeBSD, server management, OpenBSD, OPNsense, and more. Head on over to the link below to download the PDF/EPUB file. Dear Readers, The BSD...

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BSDNow.TV Episode 184: Tokyo Dreaming

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Kris Moore and Allan Jude report on OpenBSD, NetBSD reproducible builds, C programming, and more. Click play below to tune in: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bqu16ZThviI BSD Now weekly content roundup:...

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Nintendo Switch runs FreeBSD

Nintendo Switch runs FreeBSD

The Nintendo Switch, a hybrid home and handheld gaming console, was released last Friday and met with rave reviews. A user found that the Switch runs on a FreeBSD kernel according to the copyright notices. This is the second gaming company to use FreeBSD for their...

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BSDNow.TV – Episode 183: Getting Steamy Here

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Kris Moore talk about weird Unix thing "cd //", using Steam with playonbsd, and an interview about BSD sockets API. Press play below to tune in: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CGRjGcdS8a0 BSD Now weekly content roundup:...

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Packaging with CPack – on FreeBSD

Packaging with CPack – on FreeBSD

This blog by user Bobulate writes about his work in progress with FreeBSD and CPack, a cross-platform software packaging tool that comes with CMake packing software. Read about his thoughts at the link below. Some days of the week, I work on Free Software projects...

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FreeBSD & Google Summer of Code

FreeBSD & Google Summer of Code

The annual Google Summer of Code is coming up, and as usual there will be several students representing the FreeBSD project. They will begin accepting applications starting March 20, 2017 and ending April 3, 2017. Instructions for applications including a template can...

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[How-To] Install VMware Tools on FreeBSD server

[How-To] Install VMware Tools on FreeBSD server

User David Pasek shows us how to get VMware tools installed on a virtual machine running FreeBSD. VMware tools improves your virtual machine experience by providing driver compatibility, etc. Follow the link below for the full set of instructions. FreeBSD is my...

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FreeBSD – There and Back Again

FreeBSD – There and Back Again

User Andy Mender tells us of his experience switching over to FreeBSD, having been a long time Linux user. You can also see his older blogs documenting his journey of using both open source operating systems. I guess it should be no surprise that I returned to FreeBSD...

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TrueOS-STABLE version 2017-02-22.

TrueOS-STABLE version 2017-02-22.

The developers of TrueOS have made available STABLE version 2017-02-22. You can download the new ISO here or use the update feature within the OS. See the link below for the full release notes. A new update for TrueOS-STABLE is available as of 2/22/17 (apologies for...

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BSDNow.TV Episode 182: Bloaty McBloatface

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Kris Moore discuss the FreeBSD Quarterly Status Report (Q4), OpenBSD's installer, EC2 & IPv6, and more. Click play below to tune in: https://youtu.be/aq1_6MKT3dk BSD Now weekly content roundup:...

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pfSense 2.3.3 RELEASE Now Available!

pfSense 2.3.3 RELEASE Now Available!

The developers of pfSense have announced the official version 2.3.3 RELEASE. See the link below for the full release notes. Download here. We are happy to announce the release of pfSense® software version 2.3.3! This is a maintenance release in the 2.3.x series,...

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[How-To] Setting Up a FreeBSD DNS Adblocker

[How-To] Setting Up a FreeBSD DNS Adblocker

This tutorial by user ProToxin will show you how to set up a DNS adblocker on FreeBSD. Please note that he uses a DigitalOcean droplet in his example, and an SSH key is required. Follow the link below for the full set of instructions. I've come across a few sites that...

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