NYCBSDCon 2014 BSD Breaking Barriers

What makes the BSD operating systems special? Why should you deploy your applications on BSD? Why does the BSD community keep growing, and why do Linux sites like DistroWatch say that BSD is where the interesting development work is happening? We'll cover the...

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Multiple FreeBSD Jails with nullfs

Using nullfs, one can easily run multiple jails by reusing a base install. The FreeBSD Handbook has a page on this, but Scott Robins prefers an alternative method - "which I find far simpler". Multiple FreeBSD Jails with nullfs I have not tried it out yet, but it...

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PC-BSD 10.0.1 released

PC-BSD 10.0.1 released

The first PC-BSD 10.0 quarterly update has come out, and 10.0.1 is now available. This update includes a number of important bugfixes, as well as newer packages and desktops, such as KDE 4.12.2, Cinnamon 2.0 and more. For more details and updating instructions, refer...

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FreeBSD Participating in Google Summer of Code

FreeBSD is pleased to announce that once again we have been selected to participate in the Google Summer of Code program. This gives University students the opportunity to earn a $5,500 USD stipend in exchange for working on Open Source software over their Summer...

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FreeNAS Developers help build better FreeNAS boxes

FreeNAS is the most popular storage OS in the world, and makes it easy for anyone to build secure, robust network attached storage (NAS) to store files and share files. In this video Jordan Hubbard, the project lead for FreeNAS and the CTO at iXsystems, and James...

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freebsdnews.net looking for a new owner

This website is looking for a new owner. Since I'm not able to dedicate enough time to maintain this website anymore, I have decided to step back and let somebody else take over and run it. I loved building up this site and keeping it up to date for the last 7 years...

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Introduction to FreeNAS Development (video)

John Hixson of iXsystems did a presentation on FreeNAS development (ODP slides)last month at the SCALE expo. The goal of the presentation was to create a simple FreeNAS application to demonstrate some of the common methods used when dealing with FreeNAS development,...

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GhostBSD development update

GhostBSD development update

There's a post on the GhostBSD blog with an update on what the developers are currently working on: Support for all desktop environments will be dropped, apart from Mate More focus on tools and utilities such as the Network Manager, Update Manager, Package Manager,...

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BSD Now Episode 26: Port Authority (video)

BSD Now Episode 26: Port Authority (video)

The bsdnow.tv team has uploaded a new weekly episode, Port Authority, featuring an interview with Joe Marcus Clark and a FreeBSD ports tutorial. In this episode (see video below) the two hosts, Allan Jude and Kris Moore, chat about the following topics: Tailoring...

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FreeBSD 10.0: release.sh mapped

Rick Miller has put together a useful and visually easy to understand map of FreeBSD 10 release.sh. FreeBSD‘s release.sh is a shell script introduced in FreeBSD 9.x whose purpose is to automate FreeBSD release building from source.  This post maps the release.sh into...

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FreeBSD Google Summer of Code 2014

If you're interested in participating in the annual Google Summer of Code, these are some FreeBSD related ideas which FreeBSD community suggested to work on during the Summer: FreeBSD Google Summer of Code 2014 More information around GSoC 2014 can be found here and...

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Newcons coming to Debian GNU/kFreeBSD

Newcons coming to Debian GNU/kFreeBSD

FreeBSD vt(4) - commonly known as “Newcons”-, which is planned to replace Syscons as the default FreeBSD console, is now available on Debian GNU/kFreeBSD. Newcons provides many interesting new features, such as KMS support, Unicode, double-width CJK characters, etc....

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