My FreeBSD Laptop Build by Cyberdyne

My FreeBSD Laptop Build by Cyberdyne

User Cyberdyne showcases his laptop build running FreeBSD operating system, featuring an i7 CPU, 16 GB of RAM, NVMe, and IPS display. Check out their page for a full break down of part slist, as well as the software configuration and packages. I have always liked...

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Command Line Bug Hunting in FreeBSD by adventurist

Command Line Bug Hunting in FreeBSD by adventurist

User Tom Jones writes about his experience hunting bugs via the command line on FreeBSD operating system. He utilizes the command line tool bugz, to track bugs via bugzilla. Check out the link below for the full set of instructions. FreeBSD uses bugzilla for tracking...

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BSD Now Episode 359: Throwaway Browser

BSD Now Episode 359: Throwaway Browser

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict Reuschling and Allan Jude discuss FreeBSD with "Pot" throw-away browser, OmniOS and OpenBSD guest bhyve, BSD vs Linux distro dev, FreeBSD laptop build, FreeBSD CURRENT Binary upgrades, and some others. Click play below to tune...

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BSD Now Episode 358: OpenBSD Kubernetes Clusters

BSD Now Episode 358: OpenBSD Kubernetes Clusters

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling discuss FreeBSD and Yubikey-agent, OpenBSD and Kubernetes clusters, FreeBSD History Part 1, Jitsi-Meet in FreeBSD Jail, CLI Bug hunting, Game of Github, WireGuard and OpenBSD, and some more. Press play...

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New FreeBSD Core Team Elected

New FreeBSD Core Team Elected

The FreeBSD Core Team has recently underwent a change to their membership. Congrats to the newly elected Core Team members, and thank you to the outgoing Core Team! Dear FreeBSD Community, The FreeBSD Project is pleased to announce the completion of the 2020 = Core...

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[How-to] Running pgbackrest on FreeBSD by Luca Ferrari

[How-to] Running pgbackrest on FreeBSD by Luca Ferrari

User Luca Ferrari shows us how to set up pgbackrest on your FreeBSD operating system. pgbackrest is a tool for database backup and recovery for PostgreSQL. The guide will show you how to install from Github and utilize autoconf for configuration. See the link below...

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BSD Now Episode 357: Study the Code

BSD Now Episode 357: Study the Code

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling discuss OpenBSD 6.7 and PC Engines, NetBSD code study, OpenBSD DRM update, FreeBSD and HPE Microserver SATA port, multiboot, and some others. Click play below to tune in: https://youtu.be/PbmB-WXUzus...

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BSD Link Roundup 7.14

BSD Link Roundup 7.14

Lots of links to keep you busy this summer, as always happy BSD'ing! Helping You Further the FreeBSD Project via FreeBSD Foundation Code of Conduct via FreeBSD FreeBSD switches Code of Conduct via bobulate FREEBSD DISPLAY DRIVER – X64 440.100 via NVIDIA DragonFlyBSD...

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TrueNAS CORE 12.0-BETA1 is now available

TrueNAS CORE 12.0-BETA1 is now available

The developers of TrueNAS have made available the first BETA of CORE 12.0. Notable improvements in this release include major ZFS upgrade with OpenZFS 2.0, ZFS Async Copy on Write, AMD Ryzen CPU improved hardware support, TrueCommand Cloud Connections, Fusion Pools,...

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BSD Now Episode 356: Dig in Deeper

BSD Now Episode 356: Dig in Deeper

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling discuss a multi-OS TrueNAS, NetBSD and encrypted ZFS, FreeBSD New Code of Conduct, OpenBSD and gaming, digging a litle deeper, periodic snapshots and Hammer2, and some more. Press play below to tune in:...

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