AsiaBSDCon 2016

AsiaBSDCon 2016

Online registration for AsiaBSDCon 2016 will open on Feb. 1, 2016. Check out the website for other deadlines as well. AsiaBSDCon is a conference for users and developers on BSD based systems. The next conference will be held in Tokyo, in 10-13 March, 2016. The...

read more

BSDNow.TV Episode 125: DevSummits, Core and the Baldwin

In this BSD Now episode, the hosts Allan Jude and Kris Moore interview John Baldwin, former FreeBSD developer and former core-team member. They discuss a variety of topics, including all about the DevSummit. Hit play below to tune in! https://youtu.be/mJF17bODq8c For...

read more
BSDDay 2016

BSDDay 2016

BSDDay 2016 is being held on May 14, 2016 at Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro in Seropédica, RJ. From their website: Join the second BSD Day Seropédica, a space created for the BSD community of Rio de Janeiro, to exchange experiences on open source systems...

read more

Managing project documentation with Sphinx

Check out this interview with Dru Lavigne by OpenSource.com, the one behind FreeNAS and PC-BSD documentation. She discusses their switch to using Sphinx, an open source doc system. See the full interview in the link below. Why did the PC-BSD, FreeNAS, and Lumina...

read more

BSDNow.TV Episode 124: Get your engine(x) started!

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Kris Moore and Allan Jude interview Igor regarding the nginx project, in addition to a rundown of BSD news. Hit play below to tune in: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFdJ3qqKEGo This week's round up of BSD related content:...

read more
BSD Is Ready for SCALE 14X

BSD Is Ready for SCALE 14X

Larry the BSD Guy would like to remind us that SCALE 14x is this Saturday, January 23rd, at the Pasadena Convention Center. First things first: Were I to give an award for Best Presentation Title for SCALE 14X, it would clearly go to iX Systems’ Community Manager (and...

read more
FreeNAS Home Server Build

FreeNAS Home Server Build

Check out RAMSDENJ's home server build of FreeNAS, influenced by the user's decision to use a FreeBSD based operating system. I considered using plain FreeBSD to give myself complete flexibility, but considering this was my first server build and what I was intending...

read more
Netflix improves FreeBSD’s sendfile

Netflix improves FreeBSD’s sendfile

  Phoronix has reported that sendfile syscall on FreeBSD has been rewritten to be much faster. Netflix, a company that uses FreeBSD to serve video streams across the country, are the guys behind this project. Log: New sendfile(2) syscall. A joint effort of NGINX and...

read more

FreeBSD server running for 18 years retired

A server running FreeBSD 2.2.1 has ended its watch, after being in operation for a whopping 18 years. You can read the entire story from the Register in the link below. Home-brew 200Mhz Pentium FreeBSD box ran custom code that made replacement painful The Register has...

read more

BSDNow.TV Episode 123: ZFS in the trenches

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Kris Moore interview none other than Josh Paetzel, a long time FreeNAS developer. They discuss the dos and don'ts of using ZFS in production. In addition, they take a look at a year of 2015 in review, as well as plans for...

read more
BSD Mag Best of 2015 – The Beginner’s Guide

BSD Mag Best of 2015 – The Beginner’s Guide

The latest issue of BSD Magazine highlights the best stories of 2015. Download the PDF or EPUB for free in the link below. Dear Readers, Huge apology for issue delay! But I hope it's been worth waiting for ;). In this issue you will find 24 articles, new and old ones,...

read more

FreeBSD Foundation Statement on Harassment

Please read the FreeBSD Foundation's Statement on Harassment if you have not already: Over the past week, the FreeBSD community has raised concerns about the handling of a harassment report in June, 2015. The FreeBSD Foundation takes these concerns very seriously....

read more

How-To: Find CPU temperature on FreeBSD

This tutorial by user Vivek Gite shows us how to find the temperature of your CPU via command line. Follow the link below for the full instructions. I'm a new FreeBSD unix user. How do I get the temperature of an Intel or AMD processor (CPU) in FreeBSD using command...

read more
How-To: Let’s Encrypt with Nginx on FreeBSD

How-To: Let’s Encrypt with Nginx on FreeBSD

This short tutorial by user Nicolas Vion, shows us how to get Let's Encrypt on FreeBSD along with Nginx. Let's Encrypt is a free, automated, and open certificate authority developed by the Internet Research Security Group. Follow the link below to see the full...

read more
Raspberry Pi USB-GPIO OS X and FreeBSD

Raspberry Pi USB-GPIO OS X and FreeBSD

User Ben Lavery shows us how to connect your Raspberry Pi USB to Mac and FreeBSD. A CP2102 serial converter is necessary to do this task. Follow the link below for the short tutorial. I play with my Raspberry Pi so rarely that I forget how to use my CP2102 serial...

read more
Page 30 of 142« First...1020...2829303132...405060...Last »

Our Sponsors

Archives

Subscribe to our RSS Feed!