OPNsense 18.7.1 is available

OPNsense 18.7.1 is available

The developers of OPNsense have made available version 18.7.1. This is the first stable update for the 18 series and includes various security patches for the software in OPNsense. It also patches the TCP bug found on FreeBSD earlier this month. For a detailed list of...

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BSD Now Episode 260: Hacking Tour of Europe

BSD Now Episode 260: Hacking Tour of Europe

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling discuss a recap for BSDCam and Essen Hackaton, CfT: ZFS native encryption and UFS trim consolidation, ZFS benchmarking on FreeBSD server, how to port OS to EC2, Vint Cerf about traceability, remote...

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BSD for Linux Users (Early 00s)

Original FreeBSD user Matt explains to Linux users the BSD perspective as a user himself. This page is dated to the late 90s--early 00s and offers an interesting insight on the gap between Linux and BSD back then. The whole article is split between 11 pages from the...

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NomadBSD 1.1 is available

NomadBSD 1.1 is available

The developers of NomadBSD have made available version 1.1. NomadBSD is an live 64bit system dedicated to run on USB drives, and is based on the open-source operating system FreeBSD. You may download the image file from here. Changes since 1.0.1 Base system has been...

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BSD Now Episode 259: Long Live Unix

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling discuss the strange birth and long life of Unix, FreeBSD jail with a single public IP, talks from EuroBSDcon 2018, OpenBSD on a G4 iBook, PAM template user, ZFS fileserver, and a reflection on one year...

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MeetBSD 2018 @ Intel Santa Clara, CA

MeetBSD 2018 @ Intel Santa Clara, CA

MeetBSD is being held at Intel's Santa Clara campus on October 19-20, 2018. Call For Papers is available until August 13, so submit your papers now if you haven't already! We hope to see BSD enthusiasts from around the world there for a eventful weekend full of talks...

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BSD Now Episode 258: OS Foundations

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict Reuschling and Allan Jude discuss the FreeBSD Foundation July newsletter, reports on BSDCan, status of HardenedBSD Foindation, FreeBSD and OSPFd, an overview of ZFS disk structure, and OpenBSD Spectre mitigations. Press play...

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FreeNAS 11.2-BETA2 is now available!

FreeNAS 11.2-BETA2 is now available!

The developers of FreeNAS have made available the SECOND BETA of version 11.2. This version features the default new user interface based on Angular, updated guide, continued rewrite from old API to new middleware, boot loader no longer GRUB but native FreeBSD, plugin...

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TrueOS test on ThinkPad T410 notebook

User Pan_opticom tries out TrueOS version 18.3 on his Lenovo ThinkPad T410 notebook. Watch the video to see some demos on AppCafe, LibreOffice, VLC Player, Doom, and driver related stuff. https://youtu.be/WLgdJwd5zcQ...

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OPNsense 18.7.1 is available

OPNsense 18.7 is now available

The developers of OPNsense have made available version 18.7 RELEASE. This version features improvements to WAN DHCPv6 & SLAAC, support for IPv6 Rapid Deployment (6RD), better default route handling and gateway switching, OpenVPN improvements, and much much more....

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BSD Now Episode 257: Great NetBSD 8

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude & Benedict Reuschling discuss NetBSD 8.0, FreeBSD and scaleway ARM64 VPS, encrypted backups on OpenBSD, DragonflyBSD server/storage upgrades, zpool checkpoints, g2k18 hackathon reports, & more. Click play below to tune...

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[How-To] FEMP stack on Amazon EC2

[How-To] FEMP stack on Amazon EC2

User stak shows us how to get a FEMP stack (FreeBSD, nginx, MySQL, PHP) set up on your Amazon EC2 cloud. Note that you will need an existing Amazon Web Services (AWS) account to set up your FreeBSD web stack. See the link below for the full set of instructions. I...

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BSD Now Episode 2^8: Because Computers

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict Reuschling & Allan Jude talk about FreeBSD ULE vs Linux CFS, OpenBSD on Tuxedo InfinityBook, how zfs diff reports filenames efficiently, why choose FreeBSD over Linux, PS4 double free exploit, OpenBSD's wifi autojoin, and...

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