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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BSDCan 2015 – The BSD Conference

BSDCan 2015 – The BSD Conference

Registration is still open for BSDCan 2015 for those interested in attending. It will be held at the University of Ottawa, Canada on June 12-13, 2015. Dan Langille and Steve Bourne will be doing the keynote presentation. Visit their website at...

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OpenVPN routing with BIRD on FreeBSD

OpenVPN routing with BIRD on FreeBSD

This tutorial by user Felix J. Ogris shows us how to get OpenVPN routing with BIRD set up on FreeBSD. Original: http://www.ogris.de/howtos/freebsd-openvpn-bird.html If you run OpenVPN as an unprivileged user and/or in a chroot environment, it can't dynamically modify...

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Phoronix is 11 Years Old

Phoronix is 11 Years Old

Phoronix, a website dedicated to bringing Linux related and open source news, is now 11 years old. They have highlighted several FreeBSD related articles as some of the most popular Phoronix articles, out of 15,000+. Congrats and thank you Phoronix for your...

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FreeBSD 10.2 Release Process

FreeBSD 10.2 Release Process

The developers of FreeBSD have laid out plans to release version 10.2 in August 2015. Check the table to see the release dates for each build. Introduction This is the release schedule for FreeBSD 10.2. For more information about the release engineering process,...

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Lumina Desktop Status Update/FAQ

Lumina Desktop Status Update/FAQ

Ken Moore provides us a comprehensive status update on his Lumina desktop environment project. Original: http://blog.pcbsd.org/2015/05/lumina-desktop-status-updatefaq/ With the amount of changes to the Lumina desktop environment and the increasing number of...

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FreeBSD Mastery: ZFS

FreeBSD Mastery: ZFS

FreeBSD Mastery: ZFS author Michael W. Lucas has released volume 7 of his book, along with co-author Allan Jude. Data Storage for the 21st Century and Beyond! The first of two ZFS books, by critically acclaimed author Michael W Lucas and FreeBSD developer Allan Jude...

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PC-BSD 10.1.2: an Interview with Kris Moore

PC-BSD 10.1.2: an Interview with Kris Moore

Mark VonFange interviews developer Kris Moore about PC-BSD 10.1.2 and what's in store for future releases. Original: http://blog.pcbsd.org/2015/05/pc-bsd-10-1-2-an-interview-with-kris-moore/ PC-BSD 10.1.2 has been released, so we thought we’d talk to project lead,...

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BSDNow.TV Episode 092: BSD After Midnight

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Kris Moore and Allan Jude interview Lucas Holt, founder of MidnightBSD -- a fork of FreeBSD which focuses on easy desktop use. They discuss how it came about and what makes it different from FreeBSD. Hit the play button below to tune in:...

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A Repository with 44 Years of Unix Evolution

A Repository with 44 Years of Unix Evolution

Interested in a bit of some FreeBSD history? This article by, Diomidis Spinellis (Department of Management Science and Technology, Athens University of Economics and Business), details the history of Unix's evolution of the repository system all the way to its use in...

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BSDNow.TV Episode 091: Vox Populi

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Kris Moore attend a Linux convention, and they ask various users if they have used or have any knowledge about BSD. Hit play below to tune in: Original:...

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