BSD Now Episode 311: Conference Gear Breakdown

BSD Now Episode 311: Conference Gear Breakdown

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling discuss NetBSD 9.0 release process, xargs, a two spellcheckers tale, NetBSD and adapting TriforceAFL, no-name freebsd kernel vulnerability exploit, and some more. Click play below to tune in:...

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FreeBSD Around the World

FreeBSD Around the World

The FreeBSD Foundation talks about some conferences and shows they attended the past few months, such as FOSDEM 2019, Linux Foundation's Open Source Summit, SCaLE 17x, FreeBSD Hackaton, among others. If you have a pitch for a conference they should attend, let them...

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BSD Now Episode 310: My New Free NAS

BSD Now Episode 310: My New Free NAS

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling discuss OPNsense 19.7.1, ARC size issues on ZFS on Linux, Hammer2 now default, NetBSD audio application perspective, the New FreeNAS Mini XL+ and Mini E, and some others. Hit play below to tune in:...

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Instant Workstation by Adriaan de Groot

Instant Workstation by Adriaan de Groot

FreeBSD and KDE contributor Adriaan de Groot wrote a script on getting a desktop set up on your FreeBSD system. The script essentially creates an instant workstation by installing the desktop environment, display manager, and graphic drivers. See the link below for...

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BSD Now Episode 309: Get Your Telnet Fix

BSD Now Episode 309: Get Your Telnet Fix

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict Reuschling and Allan Jude discuss an update for colo upgrade in the DragonFlyBSD project, future trends, ZFS send, graph visualization of realtime bandwidth terminal graph, telnet fixes, FBI's history with OpenBSD and OpenSSH...

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FreeBSD 12.0: Wine Gaming

FreeBSD 12.0: Wine Gaming

User Alexander does some gaming on his desktop powered by FreeBSD operating system. He is using Wine to run these games, such as Counter-Strike, Grand Theft Auto, Borderlands, FarCry, etc. A full list can be seen here along with his specs, for those looking to get...

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BSD Now Episode 308: Mumbling with OpenBSD

BSD Now Episode 308: Mumbling with OpenBSD

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling discuss replacing a silently failing disk in ZFS pool, OPNsense 19.7-RC1, DRM iotcl support implementing in NetBSD, VOIP server using umurur/Mumble on OpenBSD, PDP-7 UNIX beginnings, LLDP watchpoints,...

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BSD Link Roundup 7.29

BSD Link Roundup 7.29

Here's a link roundup of articles mentioning FreeBSD, other BSDs on various hardware such as Raspberry Pi and iBook, and discussions using BSD and comparing with other distros. Forget Windows, Linux or MacOS: Try these alternative operating systems via TechFishNews...

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BSD Now Episode 307: Twitching with OpenBSD

BSD Now Episode 307: Twitching with OpenBSD

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling discuss FreeBSD 11.3 release,  OpenBSD workstation, write a fuzzer for NetBSD kernel, FreeBSD-SA-19:02.fd, OpenBSD and twitch streaming, dumping hex contents of a file, and some others. Click play below...

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OPNsense 19.7.1 “Jazzy Jaguar” is now available

OPNsense 19.7.1 “Jazzy Jaguar” is now available

The developers of OPNsense have officially made available version 19.7, dubbed "Jazzy Jaguar", with 19.7.1 since released to address security and reliability fixes. Notable changes are list automatic firewall rules, alias JSON import/export, optional statistics for...

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BSD Now Episode 306: Comparing Hammers

BSD Now Episode 306: Comparing Hammers

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict Reuschling and Allan Jude discuss a retro UNIX build log based on Am5x86, setting up services in FreeNAS jail, DragonflyBSD  first taste, streaming Netflix with NetBSD, NetBSD on G4 Mac Mini, Hammer versus Hammer 2, and some...

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BSD Link Roundup 7.16

BSD Link Roundup 7.16

Here's a collection of FreeBSD announcements, articles, discussions, and all around BSD happenings. Statement regarding employment change and roles in the Project via FreeBSD list Resource exhaustion in non-default RACK TCP stack via FreeBotherSD [FreeBSD-Announce]...

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Project Trident 19.06 is now available

Project Trident 19.06 is now available

The developers of Project Trident have made available version 19.06. Project Trident is the continuation of the graphical version of TrueOS with Lumina Desktop Environment and is based on FreeBSD operating system. Notable changes are updates to chromium, firefox,...

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[How-To] Recommended Steps For New FreeBSD 12.0 Servers

[How-To] Recommended Steps For New FreeBSD 12.0 Servers

This tutorial by user Justin Ellingwood and Kathryn Hancox of DigitalOcean will show you how to perform the additional steps to get right into production after installing FreeBSD on your server. You will learn how to configure ipfw firewall, UDP connections, set the...

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BSD Now Episode 305: Changing face of Unix

BSD Now Episode 305: Changing face of Unix

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling discuss OPNsense website protection, ZoL pull request and FreeBSD support, porting Wine to amd64 for NetBSD, FreeBSD Enterprise 1PB storage by vermaden, X11 deathwatch, and some more. Click play below...

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FreeBSD Journal: FreeBSD for Makers

FreeBSD Journal: FreeBSD for Makers

The latest FreeBSD Journal (May/June 2019) is here, this one focusing on "Makers" or DIY (Do-It-Yourself) projects including BeagleBone Black and Raspberry Pi. Ready to get your hands dirty? Dive right in, the FreeBSD Journal is free for readers online at the link...

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