GhostBSD 19.04 is now available

GhostBSD 19.04 is now available

The developers of GhostBSD have made available version 19.04 RELEASE. GhostBSD is an Open Source operating system based on FreeBSD (TrueOS). GhostBSD 19.04 features LightDM as the default  login UI, and is based upon FreeBSD 13.0-CURRENT. Other notable changes are...

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[How-To] Install Bolt CMS on FreeBSD 12

[How-To] Install Bolt CMS on FreeBSD 12

This guide from Vultr shows us how to set up Bolt on your FreeBSD 12 system. Bolt is an Open Source content management system known for its simplicity, ease of use, and elegant templates. See the link below for the full set of instructions. Bolt is an open source CMS...

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BSD Now Episode 293: Booking Jails

BSD Now Episode 293: Booking Jails

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict Reuschling and Allan Jude interview Michael W Lucas regarding his latest jails book. In addition they discuss writing, book sponsoring, BSDCan 2019 on the way, and other things. Click play below to tune in:...

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BSD Link Roundup 4.12

BSD Link Roundup 4.12

Here's a list of BSD related links that recently popped up on the web, you might find some of these interesting! FreeBSD,Zrouter and NetBSD machines at AsiaBSDCon 2019: http://mail-index.netbsd.org/netbsd-advocacy/2019/03/24/msg000802.html Performance related:Cavium...

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BSD Now Episode 292: AsiaBSDcon 2019 Recap

BSD Now Episode 292: AsiaBSDcon 2019 Recap

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling talk about the FreeBSD Q4 2018 status report, an alternative to GhostBSD, a cool 90s laptop, OpenSSH 8.0 quantum computing, Project Trident, and some others. Press play below to tune in:...

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FreeBSD Q4 2018 Status Report

FreeBSD Q4 2018 Status Report

The FreeBSD Team has released their 4th quarter status report for 2018. This report details projects from the Contiguous Integration Team, Core Team, Ports Collection, Release Engineering, and the FreeBSD Foundation. Notable progress and additions are 32-bit...

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How I Created My First FreeBSD Port

How I Created My First FreeBSD Port

In this blog, user Hamza Sheikh talks about the process he went through for making his first FreBSD port, GoCD -- an Open Source continuous integration/delivery system. Sheikh walks us through initial set up through Digital Ocean, tweaks, port init, to makefile. See...

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FreeNAS 11.2-U3 is now available

FreeNAS 11.2-U3 is now available

The developers of FreeNAS have made available version 11.2-U3. FreeNAS is an Open Source storage operating system based on FreeBSD. Notable changes are updated tooltip for UPS port, support for NVMe device replacement, improved dashboard loading time, ZFS feature flag...

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BSD Router Project 1.92 is now available

BSD Router Project 1.92 is now available

The developers of BSD Router Project have made available version 1.92. BSD Router Project is an Open Source router distribution based on the FreeBSD operating system. Notable changes are FreeBSD 12 upgrade, fixed frr rc bug, dhcp6, x86info, and several upgrade...

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BSD Now Episode 291: Storage Changes Software

BSD Now Episode 291: Storage Changes Software

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling discuss storage change software, why Unix is special, pipeline +Unix commands, bakery on Emacs and PostgreSQL, making your tech talk memorable, context light-weight, and some more. Click play below to...

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Moving back to Lighttpd

Moving back to Lighttpd

F5 recently acquired NGINX and user High5! decided to roll back to lighttpd. Lighttpd is an Open Source web server application that is optimized for speed and is secure, flexible, and standards compliant. The user details what configuration changes they made to their...

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FreeBSD 11.3 Release Schedule Announcement

FreeBSD 11.3 Release Schedule Announcement

The developers of FreeBSD have made available the Release Schedule for FreeBSD 11.3. The BETA1 build will begin on May 24, with the official RELEASE of 11.3 on July 5. Stay tuned for updates to the various releases throughout this year. This is the release schedule...

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OPNsense 19.1.4 is now available

OPNsense 19.1.4 is now available

The developers of OPNsense have made available version 19.1.4 RELEASE. Notable changes include removable of a hostname translation error, validation regression in outbound NAT, mock labels for NAT rules, Virtual Tunnel Interface (VTI) support, fixes to nested...

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BSD Now Episode 290:  Timestamped Notes

BSD Now Episode 290: Timestamped Notes

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling discuss Cavium ThunderX and FreeBSD, an OpenBSD user's perspective on NetBSD, vim time-stamped notes, tagged OpenBSD 6.5, Google Summer of Code 2019, a UNIX-like OS for Hackers called SecBSD, and...

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FreeBSD Journal Jan/Feb 2019 Edition

FreeBSD Journal Jan/Feb 2019 Edition

The latest FreeBSD Journal is out, and now available for free as of the beginning of 2019. This magazine features a guide for getting started with FreeBSD, Java Development on FreeBSD and GhostBSD, writing man pages, a letter from the Foundation, conference reports,...

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pfSense 2.5.0 Development Snapshots is now available

pfSense 2.5.0 Development Snapshots is now available

The developers of pfSense have made available the development snapshots for version 2.5.0. pfSense is an Open Source firewall and router project based on FreeBSD. See the link below for more details, and download them here or from the link below. We are excited to...

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BSD Link Roundup 3.21

BSD Link Roundup 3.21

Here is a round up of things more or less related to BSD, from history, software, to running it on old hardware. Enjoy! The Web turns 30: Dream or nightmare?:https://www.zdnet.com/article/the-web-turns-30/ Sway is an i3-compatible Wayland desktop for Linux and...

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