Google Summer of Code: Call for Project Ideas

Google Summer of Code: Call for Project Ideas

The FreeBSD Foundation is looking for project ideas for students at Google Summer of Code 2018. You can submit your ideas at their page below. The FreeBSD Project has again applied to be a part of the Google Summer of Code (GSOC) and we’re looking for additional...

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[How-To] FreeBSD Install, Dual Boot with Windows 10

User basicbsd shows us how to set up FreeBSD to dual boot with Windows 10. In their setup, Windows 10 is already on the laptop, and the drive was partitioned to include FreeBSD. See the link below for the full set of instructions. If you’re going to install FreeBSD, I...

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OPNsense 18.1 Groovy Gecko released

The developers of OPNsense have made available version 18.1 - Groovy Gecko. This version includes FreeBSD 11.1 base operating system, PHP 7.1 and jQuery 3 updates, more driver support, OpenVPN multi-remote support for clients, plugin-capable firewall NAT rules, and...

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BSDNow.TV Episode 299: The Meltdown of Spectre

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict Reuschling & Allan Jude discuss responses from various BSD projects on Meltdown & Spectre, show us how to run CentOS on bhyve, announce GhostBSD 11.1, and look at the case against the fork syscall. Click play below to tune in:...

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Qt 5.9 on FreeBSD

Qt 5.9 on FreeBSD

Qt 5.9 is now on FreeBSD according to developers Tobias and Raphael. Qt is an open-source application framework for developing application software. You may download it from the FreeBSD ports tree. With Qt 5.9, the Elisa music player works, for instance (where it has...

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Should I use BSD? r/BSD

A user at r/BSD asks the community if they should use BSD, coming from a Linux background. A lengthy discussion follows. Here are some of the top comments: For starting I would recommend TrueOS, you can check a FreeBSD base quick and with good defaults. Then if you...

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Finally Moving Away From Windows

User Nicholas Manios tells us about his journey from Windows 10 to FreeBSD 11.1. He makes sure to successfully migrate any needed apps through a VM on bhyve, and imports configurations for cross-platform apps like Firefox. Those looking to make the switch, see if...

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LinuxAndUbuntu Review Of TrueOS A Unix Based OS

LinuxAndUbuntu Review Of TrueOS A Unix Based OS

LinuxAndUbuntu gives us an in-depth review of TrueOS, a FreeBSD based operating system. They walk us through from installation, control panel, applications, to developer tools. See the link below for the detailed report. Trust me, the name TrueOS takes me back to...

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Meltdown and Spectre vulnerability

The FreeBSD Security Team have issued a notice regarding the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerability, known to affect many Intel systems around the world. A fix is in progress and will be announced soon.You may view the report from various websites below. By now, we're...

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GhostBSD 11.1 Review

GhostBSD 11.1 Review

Jesse Smith of DistroWatch gives us an in depth review of the latest GhostBSD version 11.1, from installing, to package management, to applications. Check out the link below for the detailed report. Most of my time with GhostBSD, I was impressed and happy with the...

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BSD Magazine’s 100th Issue!

BSD Magazine’s 100th Issue!

BSD Mag is celebrating their One Hundredth issue, this one featuring an article about Bitcoin full node on FreeBSD, OpenLDAP Directory Services in FreeBSD part II, a user documenting his switch to OpenBSD,  page checksum protection in PostgreSQL, and more....

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BSD Now 227: The long core dump

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict Reuschling & Allan Jude walk us through dumping a PS4 kernel in 6 days, discuss NetBSD 7.11, show us how to run FreeBSD on Thinkpad T470, and update us on the OpenBSD's pledge progress. Click play below to tune in:...

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Are All BSDs Created Equally?

This presentation by Ilja van Sprundel discusses how the major BSDs handle their security kernel bug advisories -- FreeBSD, NetBSD, and OpenBSD. In this presentation I start off asking the question "How come there are only a handful of BSD security kernel bugs...

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