FreeBSD Support for Leap Seconds

FreeBSD Support for Leap Seconds

FreeBSD has recently announced a "fix" for the recent leap second added to the Earth's time. The following has been pulled from their official documentation. Original: https://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/articles/leap-seconds/article.html 1. Introduction A...

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pfSense 2.2.3-RELEASE Now Available!

pfSense 2.2.3-RELEASE Now Available!

The developers of pfSense have made available version 2.2.3-RELEASE. Also, if you missed the update -- they have converted the webGUI to Bootstrap. Original: https://blog.pfsense.org/?p=1810 pfSense® software version 2.2.3 release is now available, bringing a number...

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Yes, You Can Virtualize FreeNAS

Yes, You Can Virtualize FreeNAS

This article by Josh Paetzel informs users on implementing FreeNAS in a virtualized environment. Original: http://www.freenas.org/whats-new/2015/05/yes-you-can-virtualize-freenas.html FreeNAS is the world’s most popular open source storage OS, and one of the more...

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Install Sonarr on FreeBSD

Install Sonarr on FreeBSD

This short tutorial will show you how to get Sonarr set up on FreeBSD. Installing Sonarr on FreeBSD isn't hard, but does require several commands. If you aren't familiar with Unix or Linux, this guide should hopefully be enough to get you up and running. This guide...

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FreeNAS vs NexentaStor Community

FreeNAS vs NexentaStor Community

This article compares FreeNAS with NextentaStor Community. They are both storage operating systems, FreeNAS being based on FreeBSD. Original: http://www.freenas.org/freenas-versus-nexenta/ High Level Comparison FreeNAS and NexentaStor Community are Storage Operating...

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BSDNow.TV 94: Builder’s Insurance

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Kris Moore and Allan Jude interview Marc Espie regarding adding additional security measures to dpb, OpenBSD's package building tool. Hit play below to tuen in: Original:...

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xhyve

xhyve

For those who would like to use bhyve for OS X, a BSD-licensed virtualizer has been ported. Check out xhyve below. xhyve is a lightweight virtualization solution for OS X that is capable of running Linux. It is a port of FreeBSD’s bhyve… super lightweight, only 230 KB...

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Putting FreeBSD 11 onto a Raspberry Pi 2

Putting FreeBSD 11 onto a Raspberry Pi 2

Dan Langille wrote this short tutorial on how to get FreeBSD 11 running on Raspberry Pi 2. Please note that it is still in its early stages of testing.Original: http://dan.langille.org/2015/06/06/putting-freebsd-11-onto-a-raspberry-pi-2/ I have 5 Raspberry Pi 2 here....

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Linux, Solaris, and FreeBSD driver 352.21

Linux, Solaris, and FreeBSD driver 352.21

User aplattner has announced FreeBSD drivers for the following GPUs. Thanks NVIDIA for the updated drivers. Release highlights since 352.09: Added support for the following GPUs: Tesla K40t GeForce 720A GeForce 920A GeForce 930A GeForce 940A GeForce GTX 950A GeForce...

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BSDNow.TV Episode 93: Stacked in Our Favor

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Kris Moore interview DragonFlyBSD developer Sepherosa Ziehau  regarding their network stack. In addition, they discuss the various methods of containment and privilege separation. Hit play below to tune in: Original:...

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BSD Unix: Power to the people, from the code

This article by Andrew Leonard talks about how the BSD operating system came about to be a dominant player in the open source world. Hear about the story of Bill Joy, Marshall Kirk McKusick, and other big influences and the origins at the University of California,...

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