FreeBSD devsummit: Ports & Packages

Michael W Lucas has summarized a recent FreeBSD devsummit regarding ports and packages. In this devsummit, it started with an overview of Debian packages and dependencies. Using qemu BSD user mode for cross-building packages was also in talks. Cross-building has seen...

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GhostBSD 4.0-ALPHA3 is released

GhostBSD 4.0-ALPHA3 is released

The third ALPHA build of GhostBSD 4.0-RELEASE has recently been made available on SourceForge. The following lists the most recent fixes in this ALPHA build: Network after install works on Virtualbox Added Wifimgr back for better wifi support until Networkmgr is...

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FreeNAS 9.2.1.5 Volumes & Snapshots Overview

The FreeNAS Team has just released a tutorial explaining the volumes and snapshots features in FreeNAS 9.2.1.5. Learn about setting up different types of volume layouts, datasets, permissions, and snapshots by watching below: Head on over to the official YouTube link...

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JabirOS now an independent fork of FreeBSD

JabirOS now an independent fork of FreeBSD

Muhammadreza Haghiri, leader of the JabirOS project, has just released version 2.0.0 of his distro. This version has become an independent BSD distribution separate of FreeBSD 10-RELEASE. We have managed to run all of FreeBSD packages for a minimalist and normal...

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Setting up your first NAS with FreeNAS

Benjamin Milman, of iXsystems, recently did a talk at Linux Fest Northwest 2014 showing users how to set up FreeNAS. Check out his informative session on setting up your first NAS below. To view the official post with slides, head on over to the following link:...

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PC-BSD new AppCafe updates

PC-BSD new AppCafe updates

The latest post on the PC-BSD blog has two photos of the upcoming, redesigned AppCafe, featuring the integration of pkgng (package management). Weekly Feature Digest 28: Photos of the new PC-BSD AppCafe...

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NanoBSD on RasberryPi

Felix Osgris runs his PC Engines DSL router on a stripped down version of nanoBSD and he's now also uploaded a config file to run nanobsd on the RaspberryPi. If this is something you want to try out, have a look at this RaspberryPi - nanoBSD...

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Let’s get RAID | BSD Now 36 (video)

BSD Now Episode 36 shows how to set up RAID arrays in FreeBSD and there’s also an interview with David Chisnall – of the FreeBSD core team – about the switch to Clang. Other subjects being discussed are: OpenBSD 5.5 released FreeBSD foundation funding highlights...

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FreeBSD News Contest Winners

FreeBSD News is proud to announce the winners of our first contest! Congratulations! Stephen Hilton Fred Gibbs Patrick Tracanelli Anthony VanWey The FreeBSD News staff would like to thank everyone who participated. We appreciate your efforts in spreading the word...

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pfSense 2.1.3 is released

pfSense 2.1.3 is released

The developers of pfSense have just released version 2.1.3. This version addresses security fixes seen in pfSense-SA-14_05.tcp and pfSense-SA-14_06.openssl. Other fixes include optimizations in the tools repository, and minor changes in OpenVPN, Correct Captive...

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GhostBSD focusing on MATE

GhostBSD focusing on MATE

The developers of GhostBSD have chosen to take a new direction with their desktop-oriented operating system. They have abandoned all desktop environments, including GNOME, to take on MATE. The desktop environment MATE is an offshoot of GNOME 2 featuring large...

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bsdtalk240 “About Time” with George Neville-Neil

bsdtalk240 “About Time” with George Neville-Neil

The folks at bsdtalk have uploaded their new talk with George Neville-Neil. In this 35 minute talk, they discuss network time protocol as well as the precision time protocol. You can listen to the ogg file here: http://cis01.uma.edu/~wbackman/bsdtalk/bsdtalk240.ogg...

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PC-BSD vs. Ubuntu

PC-BSD vs. Ubuntu

This article by Make Tech Easier discusses the pros and cons of both PC-BSD and Ubuntu as an open-source desktop operating system. The two operating systems are compared by the ease of use as a desktop, starting with the installation process, desktop environment, and...

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BSDNow.TV Episode 035: Puffy Firewall

BSD Now has released episode 35, titled "Puffy Firewall". Hosts Alan Jude and Kris Moore take a look at pf (Packet Filter), the removal of ALTQ from OpenBSD, FreeBSD's quarterly status report, updates to OpenBSD's OpenSSL rewrite, and the latest versions of NetBSD....

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OpenBSD 5.5 is released

OpenBSD 5.5 is released

The developers of OpenBSD have just released version 5.5. This release includes the feature time_t being made available for 64 bits on all platforms, improvements to the installer, improved hardware support, and various changes to the network stack. In addition, there...

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NetBSD 6.1.4 is released

NetBSD 6.1.4 is released

NetBSD has just released version 6.1.4, which addresses the recent Heartbleed vulnerability, as well as other security and stability issues. NetBSD is a free, secure, and highly portable UNIX-like Open Source operating system available for many platforms, from 64-bit...

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