BSDNow.TV Episode 135: Speciality MWL

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Kris Moore interview Michael W Lucas, the author of FreeBSD Mastery Series, regarding his new book Specialty Filesystems. Hit play below to tune in: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZYDII-k0uI For this week's round up of...

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PC-BSD & Lumina Desktop Wallpapers

PC-BSD & Lumina Desktop Wallpapers

Check out these cool PC-BSD wallpapers, designed by user q5sys. Visit their blog for the full set of high resolution wallpapers.         Download them here: http://q5sys.sh/2016/03/pc-bsd-and-lumina-desktop-wallpapers/ PC-BSD, a desktop operating system based on...

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How-To: Enable ALTQ on igb driver on FreeBSD

How-To: Enable ALTQ on igb driver on FreeBSD

User David shows us how to configure ALTQ, a network interface manager framework. If you ran into the issue, follow the link below for the full instructions. ALTQ also known as alternative queuing, its a framework to manage queue on network interfaces. My FreeBSD box...

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Blog: # FreeBSD – a lesson in poor defaults

User blakeim reviews a default installation of FreeBSD and what their suggestions for improvements are, from OpenSSH to Permissions and Firewall settings. The user also requests that any comments be forwarded to @blakkeim. See the link below for the full notes...

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Blog: How to test a FreeBSD port

User gregoryo took on the task of testing a FreeBSD port. However, this user is interested in how others test ports. Please drop a line in his blog to discuss. I am testing a new port written by Palle Girgensohn (https://github.com/girgen). He sent me the link...

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How-To: MongoDB on FreeBSD 10.x

How-To: MongoDB on FreeBSD 10.x

User Wei Shan shows us how to get MongoDB set up on FreeBSD 10. See the link below for the full instructions. We can simply run the following to install MongoDB. However, the version installed will not be the latest. At the time of writing, it will be 2.6.7. #pkg...

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How-To: FreeBSD Full Disk Encryption

User Vesterman shows us how to get full disk encryption setup on FreeBSD, along with using an external boot drive. Be warned that your data on any existing disks will be wiped, be sure to back up properly. Follow the link below for the full instructions. Introduction...

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BSDNow.TV Episode 134: Marking up the Ports tree

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Kris Moore and Allan Jude interview Mark Felder from the Ports SecTeam, plus much more since concluding AsiaBSDCon. Hit play below to tune in: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aPnoHP1oLiU For this week's round up of BSD related content:...

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UbuntuBSD now available

UbuntuBSD now available

UbuntuBSD has been made available, and is currently in its BETA stage. This project aims to provide the Ubuntu user experience on top of the FreeBSD kernel, with the goal of moving away from systemd. The ease and familiarity of Ubuntu with the rock-solid stability and...

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FreeNAS 9.10-RELEASE now available

FreeNAS 9.10-RELEASE now available

The developers of FreeNAS have announced version 9.10-RELEASE. This version features the base system as 10.3-RC3 going forward. Other notable changes are: experimental support for bhyve virtual machines, added support for various Intel hardware, SMB update, FreeBSD...

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New FreeBSD Foundation Logo

New FreeBSD Foundation Logo

Last week, The FreeBSD Foundation revamped their website, and introduced a new logo to reflect the current and future progress for the foundation. Head on over to their website to see the full statement. Introducing a New Website and Logo for the Foundation The...

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FreeBSD 10.3-RC3 Now Available

FreeBSD 10.3-RC3 Now Available

The third release candidate of FreeBSD 10.3 has been made available. Notable changes are changes to root-on-ZFS, csh(1) and tcsh(1), sysarch bug fix, OpenSSH update, and more. See the release notes for full details. The third Release Candidate build of the...

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FreeBSD sysarch system-crashing bug

For those who have not seen it, this a recent security advisory letting users know to update to the latest stable FreeBSD. A programming blunder involving integer signedness can be exploited by a logged-in user to crash a system. With the right parameters, you can...

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FreeBSD 10.3-RC2 Now Available

FreeBSD 10.3-RC2 Now Available

The developers of FreeBSD have made available the second release candidate for version 10.3 Notable changes are ZFS bug fix, boot loader and kernel ELF, and hash(3) sync issues. See the mailing list for full release details. The second Release Candidate build of the...

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BSDNow.TV Episode 133: The Tokyo Debrief

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Kris Moore interview Brad Davis regarding a call-for-testing for the new "Packaging Base". In addition, they share their experience at AsiaBSDCon. Click play below to tune in: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6EeEr0r6OY...

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How-To: ELK Stack on FreeBSD

How-To: ELK Stack on FreeBSD

From the Italian FreeBSD Users Group, this tutorial series shows you how to get ELK stack up on FreeBSD. Elk is a combination of the open source software Elastic, Logstash, and Kibana, designed to help analyze data in real time. View the links below for the full...

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