Book Review: FreeBSD Mastery – ZFS (nixCraft)

Book Review: FreeBSD Mastery – ZFS (nixCraft)

If you haven't gotten a chance to check out Michael Lucas and Allan Jude's book on ZFS, FreeBSD Mastery - ZFS, user Wendy Michele has written a review which may help you out with that decision. Once again a great FreeBSD book to read. I was anxious to read this after...

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BSDNow.TV Episode 114: BSD-Schooling

In this BSD Now episode, the stupendous hosts Allan Jude and Kris Moore interview Brian Callahan regarding the usage of BSD in education. Click play below to tune in: For more BSD related content, check out their weekly roundup:...

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How-To: Ghost w/ Nginx on FreeBSD 10.2

How-To: Ghost w/ Nginx on FreeBSD 10.2

Thanks to user Arul, we can get Ghost set up on FreeBSD along with Nginx. Follow the link below for full instructions.   Node.js is open source runtime environment for developing the server-side applications. Node.js application is written in javascript and can be run...

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bsdtalk258 – Chris Henschen from fP Technologies

bsdtalk258 – Chris Henschen from fP Technologies

Mr. Backman has returned with another bsdtalk episode. This episode is brought to you by the id utility, which returns the user identity.  id appeared in 4.4 BSD. An interview from vBSDCon 2015 with Chris Henschen from fP Technologies.  They recently ported their...

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FreeBSD Q3 2015 Status Report

The developers of FreeBSD posted their third quarter status report for 2015. Nonetheless, despite its record length, this report does not and cannot cover all of the work being done on FreeBSD throughout the reporting period — there are many bug fixes too minor to...

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ZFS Webinar with Allan Jude and Michael Lucas

ZFS Webinar with Allan Jude and Michael Lucas

Allan Jude (host of BSDNow.TV) and Michael Lucas (author of many FreeBSD books) co-wrote the book FreeBSD Mastery: ZFS. Now, they have brought to us a webinar for those interested in learning about ZFS's history, pooled storage, why ZFS is better than hardware raid,...

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FreeBSD mentioned along with WhatsApp

FreeBSD mentioned along with WhatsApp

Jan Koum, founder of WhatsApp -- the popular mobile messaging and voice calling application, has once again given tribute to FreeBSD and spoke of his beginnings at Yahoo. You can read the full article at Wired. WhatsApp is used by 900,000,000 users around the world....

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PC-BSD’s Lumina Desktop 0.8.7 released

PC-BSD’s Lumina Desktop 0.8.7 released

Ken Moore, developer of Lumina Desktop Environment for PC-BSD, has released version 0.8.7. This update adds a new desktop item interaction system, along with a revamp of the Insight file manager, and new plugins added. View a full list of changes here:...

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iXsystems #MissionComplete Campaign

The folks at iXsystems kicked off a campaign to highlight how FreeNAS, PC-BSD, OpenZFS, etc. have helped users around the world solve real life problems. You can submit your story for a chance to win a prize --...

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Why Do You Love FreeBSD?

If you're interested in why some users have FreeBSD as their operating system of choice, this thread from /r/sysadmin documents a bunch of pros and cons from system administrators all around. The top comment reads: zfs better networking implementation jails having a...

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How-To: FreeBSD on Raspberry Pi 2 Model B

How-To: FreeBSD on Raspberry Pi 2 Model B

Thanks to user Vivek Gite, we can get FreeBSD set up on the Raspberry Pi 2 Model B. How do I install FreeBSD 10 or FreeBSD 11 (current) on Raspberry Pi 2 Model B? How do I flash the SD Card using Linux, OS X, FreeBSD or Unix-like operating system? Tutorial details...

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BSDNow.TV Episode 111: Xenocratic Oath

The spectacular hosts Kris Moore and Allan Jude interview Brandon Mercer regarding OpenBSD's application in the healthcare industry, in addition to other BSD news. Click play below to tune in: More BSD content for the week:...

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