FreeNAS 11.3-BETA1 is now available

FreeNAS 11.3-BETA1 is now available

The developers of FreeNAS have made available the first BETA of version 11.3. This update introduces a dashboard overhaul with more relevant data and faster response, SMB improvements, better ZFS replication, new iSCSI and Networking wizards, and configuration...

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FreeBSD on an NVIDIA NVS 3100M ThinkPad T410

FreeBSD on an NVIDIA NVS 3100M ThinkPad T410

User Toby B walks us through his journey of setting up and using FreeBSD operating system on a Lenovo Thinkpad T410 notebook. He walks us through the installation process and getting the NVIDIA driver configured. See the link below for the full details. A few years...

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BSD Link Roundup 11.18

BSD Link Roundup 11.18

Here's the mid November roundup of all things BSD related, from what FreeBSD actually is, a number of security advisories, drivers, production use cases, and notebook action shots What is FreeBSD? Definition, Features, its Distributions and More via Computer Tech...

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BSD Now Episode 323: OSI Burrito Guy

BSD Now Episode 323: OSI Burrito Guy

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict Reuschling and Allan Jude discuss the first Unix code, replacing fail2ban with blacklistd, OpenBSD crossing 400k commits, installing Bolt CMS on FreeBSD, hammer2 optimized OSI-7 layer burrito guys, and some more. Press play...

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FreeBSD 12.1-RELEASE is now available

FreeBSD 12.1-RELEASE is now available

The developers of FreeBSD have made available the long awaited 12.1-RELEASE. Notable features in this version in BearSSL, updates to clang, llvm, libC++, OpenSSL, among many security fixes all around. You may download the latest ISO/image here. The FreeBSD Release...

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FuryBSD is the rage!

FuryBSD is the rage!

Joe Maloney has recently announced FuryBSD, a custom desktop based FreeBSD system that acts as a liveCD as well as installer. This will allow users to easily test out FreeBSD, and also utilize a familiar desktop environment with it before committing to install. Check...

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FreeBSD 7 Day Challenge | #1 Moving In by Tyler’s Tech

FreeBSD 7 Day Challenge | #1 Moving In by Tyler’s Tech

User Tyler's Tech is challenging himself to use FreeBSD open-source operating system for 7 days, for any and all of his computing needs.This task should be quite easy for readers of FreeBSD News, but let's see how he fares at the end of his journey! So far, here is a...

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BSD Now Episode 322: Happy Birthday, Unix

BSD Now Episode 322: Happy Birthday, Unix

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict Reuschling and Allan Jude discuss Unix's 50th, Ken's PDP-7, OpenBSD and OPNsense, GhostBSD, sshuttle VPN over SSH, and some other things. Click play below to tune in: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=efc-ldt1ewA BSDNow.TV show...

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BSD Link Roundup 11.1

BSD Link Roundup 11.1

Here's a long list of BSD related posts, from UNIX history to discussions of hardware for BSD, to various software and security notices. Enjoy and happy 1st of the month! Unix 50 via Nokia Bell Labs...

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BSD Now Episode 321: The Robot OS

BSD Now Episode 321: The Robot OS

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling interivew Trenton Schulz regarding his early days with FreeBSD, and discuss Robot OS, Qt, and other things. Press play below to tune in: https://youtu.be/U-hLr_yBRkA BSDNow.TV show notes:...

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GhostBSD XFCE + GNOME Preview by Tyler’s Tech

GhostBSD XFCE + GNOME Preview by Tyler’s Tech

User Tyler Tech tries out another BSD operating system, this time GhostBSD which is based on TrueOS and FreeBSD. Tyler looks at ZFS configuration, Window Manager Tweaks on XFCE, and also tries out GNOME. Check out the video below, as well as the reddit discussion on...

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BSD Now Episode 320 – Codebase: Neck Deep

BSD Now Episode 320 – Codebase: Neck Deep

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling discuss Google Pixelbook with FreeBSD, NetBSD and AMDx86-64 port, ZFS performance degradation and quota limits, KA9Q-unix fixing up, review of HAMMER2 and fsck, startx(1) for non-root users, and some...

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