GhostBSD 10.3 RC1 is ready for testing

GhostBSD 10.3 RC1 is ready for testing

The developers of GhostBSD have made available the first release candidate for version 10.3. ZFS filesystem disk encryption was pushed back to GhostBSD 11.0. Download the ISO/update files here. This first RC release is ready for testing new feature in GhostBSD 10.3,...

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FreeBSD 11.0-BETA4 Now Available

FreeBSD 11.0-BETA4 Now Available

The developers of FreeBSD have made available the FOURTH BETA for version 11.0. Additional changes as noted by Phoronix are improvements to NUMA, networking, ARM support, Bhyve virtualization, and LLVM Clang 3.8 as default compiler. Download the ISO/update file here....

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[How-To] Install FreeBSD 10.3

[How-To] Install FreeBSD 10.3

This tutorial by user NguyenViet Duy shows us how to setup a new installation of FreeBSD 10.3. Duy shows you step by step with graphics on what to do, making it very easy for beginners. See the link below for the full instructions. Download file iso for installation (...

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FreeBSD on a tiny system; what’s missing by Adrian Chadd

Adrian Chadd, known for his extensive work on WiFi on FreeBSD, discusses the shortcomings of FreeBSD's userland services and addresses future solutions. In addition, he discusses the importance of cross compiling in a separate blog. Now that I'm trying to use more...

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[How-To] OpenVPN On FreeBSD 10.3

[How-To] OpenVPN On FreeBSD 10.3

User John Ramsden shows us how to get OpenVPN set up on FreeBSD 10.3. OpenVPN is an open source implementation of a virtual private network utilizing TLS/SSL connections. See the link below for the full instructions While trying to setup OpenVPN, I noticed there was...

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RootBSD Opens Data Center In Toronto

RootBSD Opens Data Center In Toronto

RootBSD, recently announced a data center opening in Toronto, along with dedicated servers in Hong Kong. This adds on to their expansion to datacenters in San Jose, CA and Dallas, TX. The most popular plan is the Lambda plan, for those who are looking to start hosting...

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[How-To] Upgrade FreeBSD from Version 10.2 to 10.3

This tutorial by user Vinícius Zavam shows us how to upgrade your FreeBSD 10.2 to version 10.3. See the link below for the full instructions. Introduction FreeBSD is constantly evolving; the team is adding new features and patching security vulnerabilities. Keeping...

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BSDNow.TV Episode 153: Big int trouble

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Kris Moore and Allan Jude discuss the upcoming DragonFlyBSD release, including much more news on the BSD world. Hit play below to tune in: https://youtu.be/u-igtwobj7g For this week's roundup of BSD related content from BSD Now -...

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pfSense 2.3.2 RELEASE now available

pfSense 2.3.2 RELEASE now available

The developers of pfSense have announced the official RELEASE of version 2.3.2. Notable changes, as noted by Softpedia, are per-user configuration options in the Dashboard, strongSwan VPN update, IPv6 various configuration support, and more. Download the new ISO or...

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BSDNow.TV Episode 152: The Laporte has landed!

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Kris Moore discuss Leo Laporte, a known US tech journalist, about his switch to FreeBSD. In addition, learn about the upcoming OpenBSD 6.0 release. Press play below to tune in: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vcQPHHGnTwo...

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FreeBSD Q2 2016 Status Report

The FreeBSD Team has released their full status report for the 2nd Quarter of 2016. Other updates, as noted by Phoronix, are Allwinner SoC support improvements, ARM64 enhancements, LLVM, and GNOME/KDE updates. Follow the link below to see detailed reports from each...

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FreeBSD 11.0 BETA-3 now available

FreeBSD 11.0 BETA-3 now available

The developers of FreeBSD have made available the third BETA of version 11.0. Notable changes are listed below, you can download the ISOs from here. The official 11.0-RELEASE is scheduled to go out on September 2nd. A summary of changes since BETA2 includes: o...

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[Blog] FreeBSD OS-Level Tamper-Resilience

User Eric McCorkle outlines his plan for a tamper-resilient FreeBSD system. Combined with GELI disk encryption, McCorkle goes over his thoughts on secure boot, secure suspend/resume, data protection, and more. UI’ve posted about my work on EFI GELI support. This...

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2016 BSDCan Trip Reports

2016 BSDCan Trip Reports

BSDCan 2016 was held at the University of Ottawa in Ontario on the weekend of June 10-11. The FreeBSD Foundation sponsored several users who have summarized their experiences in the posts below. 2016 heralded my return to BSDCan after a 4 year hiatus. In part, I was...

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[Blog] Leo Laporte – A Grand Experiment

[Blog] Leo Laporte – A Grand Experiment

New user Leo Laporte, known US tech journalist, documents his switch to FreeBSD after being an avid and longtime Linux user. Read about his findings on why and how he chose to go with FreeBSD as a robust solution for his next project. The latest debacle over the...

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BSDNow.TV Episode 151: Fuzzy Auditing

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Kris Moore and Allan Jude interview Dru Lavigne -- documentation specialist and FreeBSD docs committer. In addition, they discuss a Kernel Fuzing audit done for OpenBSD and improvements to the 'C' client for LetsEncrypt....

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