[How-To] Install X-Cart 5 on FreeBSD 12 by Vultr

[How-To] Install X-Cart 5 on FreeBSD 12 by Vultr

This tutorial from Vultr will show you how to install X-Cart on your FreeBSD operating system X-Cart is an open-source eCommerce platform allowing your server to handle large product catalogues. This guide will also walk you through configuring PHP, MariaDB, and Nginx...

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[How-To] set up vsftpd on FreeBSD 12 by OSRadar

[How-To] set up vsftpd on FreeBSD 12 by OSRadar

User angeloma of OSRadar is back again with another tutorial, this time showing us how to set up vsftpd on your FreeBSD operating system. vsftpd is an open source, lightweight and secure FTP server for UNIX-like systems. See the link below for the full set of...

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[How-To] Install SQLite on FreeBSD 12?

[How-To] Install SQLite on FreeBSD 12?

User angeloma of OSRadar shows us how to get SQLite set up on your FreeBSD operating system. SQLite is an open source C-language library and SQL database engine. It is known to be lightweight and very reliable. The guide will walk you through setting it up through...

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BSD Now Episode 341: U-NAS-ification

BSD Now Episode 341: U-NAS-ification

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling discuss FreeBSD on Power, DragonFlyBSD 5.8, FreeNAS and TrueNAS Unification, Prometheus and Go vs OpenBSD, FreeBSD base removes gcc 4.2.1, and others. Hit play below to tune in:...

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BSD Link Roundup 3.19

BSD Link Roundup 3.19

Here is a round up of various BSD related links since February. You will find information about ZFS, recent vulnerabilities, other BSDs, crossing paths with Linux, and various software you can use on your BSD system. Stay safe and happy BSDing. OpenZFS on Linux and...

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[How-To] Run Orchestrator on FreeBSD by Percona

[How-To] Run Orchestrator on FreeBSD by Percona

User Ivan Groenwold shows us how to get Orchestrator set up on your FreeBSD operating system. Orchestrator is a replication topology manager for MySQL databases. To see the full set of instructions, head on over to the link below. In this post, I am going to show you...

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BSD Now Episode 340: Check My Sums

BSD Now Episode 340: Check My Sums

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict Reuschling and Allan Jude discuss ZFS filesystem checksumming, TMPFS throughput performance on DragonFlyBSD, ZFS pools reshaping, Pinebook-pro aarch 64 with Manjaro and PKGSRC, syslog-ng central log host on FreeBSD, and some...

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[How-To] Install NodeJS on FreeBSD 12 by OSRadar

[How-To] Install NodeJS on FreeBSD 12 by OSRadar

User angeloma from OSRadar shows us how to install NodeJS on your FreeBSD operating system. NodeJS is a service that allows one to run Javascript on a server utilizing Google's V8 engine. Forms can be created utilizing NodeJS. To see the full tutorial, head on over to...

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TechRadar Q&A with the FreeBSD Foundation

TechRadar Q&A with the FreeBSD Foundation

TechRadar Pro recently interviewed Deb Goodkin of the FreeBSD Foundation about the work they do to keep the FreeBSD project alive and well. You will find a snippet of the interview below, with a link to the full discussion about commercial businesses supporting...

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BSD Now Episode 339: BSD Fundraising

BSD Now Episode 339: BSD Fundraising

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling discuss FuryBSD, NetBSD 9.0, OpenBSD Foundation 2019 campaign, OmniOS retrospective, NFS fileservers based on ZFS, NetBSD's 2020 fundraising goal, OpenSSH 8.2, and some others. Click play below to tune...

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FreeNAS and TrueNAS are Unifying

FreeNAS and TrueNAS are Unifying

iXsystems has announced that it will be unifying the FreeNAS and TrueNAS brand into one name, TrueNAS Open Storage. TrueNAS will now feature TrueNAS CORE representing the open-source and community edition (formerly FreeNAS) and TrueNAS Enterprise representing its...

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FuryBSD reviewed by It’s FOSS and DistroWatch

FuryBSD reviewed by It’s FOSS and DistroWatch

It's FOSS reviews FuryBSD, a recent distribution of the FreeBSD open-source operating system. Developed by lead Joe Maloney, FuryBSD is designed to run on a live USB and allows you to easily install it if you want to use it on your system. The article discusses the...

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FreeBSD 12.0 end-of-life

FreeBSD 12.0 end-of-life

Rodney Grimes of the FreeBSD Security Team has announced that FreeBSD version 12.0 is reaching its end-of-life, effective February 29, 2020. Users are highly encouraged to move to the next stable release that is still receiving updates, which is 12.1. > -----BEGIN...

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BSD Now Episode 338: iocage in Jail

BSD Now Episode 338: iocage in Jail

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling discuss DistroWatch review of FuryBSD, LLDB on i386 with NetBSD, wpa_supplicant lower-class citizen, KDE on FreeBSD, BSDCan travel grant, ZFS dataset testing iocage, and some more. Click play below to...

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OPNsense 20.1.1 “Keen Kingfisher” is now available

OPNsense 20.1.1 “Keen Kingfisher” is now available

The developers of OPNsense have made available version 20.1.1 of the new Keen Kingfisher release. Notable changes in this version are increase size of user SSH key input box, fixed PHP warning on general settings page, update max MTU for 10GB NICs, as well as updates...

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FreeBSD Q4 2019 Status Report

FreeBSD Q4 2019 Status Report

The FreeBSD Core Team, Foundation, Release Engineering, Cluster Administration, and Continuous Integration teams have released their last quarter report for 2019. Notable projects here are IPSec Extended Sequence Number support, RockChip support, SoC audio framework,...

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