Phoronix: Popular BSD Stories Of 2015

Phoronix: Popular BSD Stories Of 2015

Phoronix has rounded up their most popular BSD related stories of 2015. Follow the link below to view the full round up. While we primarily focus on Linux operating system news and releases, I do enjoy watching the *BSD space and covering their major events. This year...

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Do you want to build a NAS?

User foxrevolution gives us a run down on what your typical NAS set up might look like, one that is running FreeBSD or FreeNAS. After that I started researching my options to build the server. The two most important elements of a storage server are the OS and the RAID...

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KDE Plasma 5 + FreeBSD, “When It’s Stable & Usable”

KDE Plasma 5 + FreeBSD, “When It’s Stable & Usable”

For those wondering about KDE Plasma 5 desktop environment, Phoronix has reported that it will be available for FreeBSD when its production is stable. While many Linux distributions are in the process of stopping to support the KDE Plasma 4 desktop, FreeBSD isn't yet...

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Larry the BSD Guy: Plotting Out the BSD Year

Larry the BSD Guy is back again, in this entry he talks about BSD related trade shows going on throughout the year. Take a look at his page to follow along with his trade show schedule. First things first: Remember when I said I didn’t have access to Michael Larabel’s...

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How-To: Change MAC Address on FreeBSD (& other distros)

Thanks to user nauseous for the short tutorial on how to change your MAC address. He also listed methods on how to do that under several Linux distros, including with a program called MACChanger. It's a little different in FreeBSD and you cannot issue the full command...

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BSD Courses // TeachBSD.org

Robert N. M. Watson of Cambridge University and George V. Neville-Neil have announced a series of computer science courses at TeachBSD.org that are based on FreeBSD and their book, the Design and Implementation of the FreeBSD Operating System. This graduate-level...

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PlayStation 4 Jailbroken via FreeBSD exploit

PlayStation 4 Jailbroken via FreeBSD exploit

In recent news, an exploit is presumed to be found that allows the jailbreak of a PS4 game console. The PS4 operating system is based on FreeBSD itself. A hacker has claimed to have broken Sony’s protection over content on the PlayStation 4 console. GitHub user Cturt...

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BSDs in Linuxland and Best Rolling Distros

PC-BSD gets a mention in this blog post by user Susan Linton (OSTATIC). PC-BSD is the Linux Mint of free BSDs, an easy-to-use desktop system. Today Joshua Allen Holm briefs readers on the nature of free BSDs before diving in. The installer, Allen said, isn't perfect...

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BSDCan 2016 – The BSD Conference

BSDCan 2016 – The BSD Conference

BSDCan 2016 is being held Ottawa, Canada, and is currently open for registration, including a call for papers. Come join us at the 13th annual BSDCan! BSDCan, a BSD conference held in Ottawa, Canada, has quickly established itself as the technical conference for...

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PC-BSD Review by Joshua

PC-BSD Review by Joshua

User Joshua Allen Holm wrote a review of the PC-BSD, a desktop operating system based on FreeBSD. He reviews everything from the installation, AppCafe, documentation, to the Lumina Desktop Environment. Follow the link below to see the full content. When my journey...

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