BSD Now Episode 35 – Heaven: OpenBSD 6.7

BSD Now Episode 35 – Heaven: OpenBSD 6.7

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling discuss NetBSD back up and restore, OpenBSD 6.7, WireGuard Jail with standard tools on FreeBSD, chown and quotas, TrueNAS CORE roadmap, and some others. Press play below to tune in:...

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BSD Link Roundup 5.29

BSD Link Roundup 5.29

Here's another May round up of BSD related posts from performance improvements, security issues, software recommendations, questions and discussions. Enjoy and BSD away! Install Netdata on FreeBSD via Netdata FreeBSD's Network Bridge Code Scores A 500% Performance...

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GhostBSD 20.04 is now available

GhostBSD 20.04 is now available

The developers of GhostBSD have made available version 20.04 (1). Notable changes are fixed ZFS forced 4k option on installation, fixed pool cleanup, fixed update manager, improved auto-create partition, fixed ntpd service, and more. For the full list of changes check...

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FreeBSD 11.4 BETA2 is now available

FreeBSD 11.4 BETA2 is now available

The developers of FreeBSD have made the second BETA of version 11.4. Notable changes are updates to llvm, clang, compiler-r, libc++, fixes to loader.lua, stand/i386, security fixes, procsfs(5) deprecated, potential system panics resolved, and more. For the full list...

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[How-To] Install Netdata on FreeBSD

[How-To] Install Netdata on FreeBSD

This short guide from Netdata Learn will show you how to set up Netdata, an open-source metrics visualization and system monitoring application. The steps are quick and easy to get it running from the FreeBSD ports repository, but the output is a robust performance...

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BSD Now Episode 350: Speedy Bridges

BSD Now Episode 350: Speedy Bridges

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling discuss 5x_if_bridge performance, UNIX winning, VLAN configuration on FreeBSD, OmniOS and bhyve PCI passthrough, TrueNAS 11.3-U2, and some more. Click play below to tune in: https://youtu.be/uAJGXEWBB0I...

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TrueOS has been discontinued

TrueOS has been discontinued

The developers of TrueOS have announced the end of TrueOS as we know it. TrueOS was originally called PC-BSD, and served as a desktop operating system based on FreeBSD. Thank you for the long and great run! For more information, check out the announcement post at the...

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BSD Now Episode 349: Entropy Overhaul

BSD Now Episode 349: Entropy Overhaul

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict Reuschling and Allan Jude discuss FreeBSD and Encrypted Crash Dumps, Unix Time, ZVOL sync write performance and taskq, syslog-ng and central log host, overhaul of NetBSD Entropy, NetBSD Kernel Dev Environment, and some others....

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FreeBSD Q1 2020 Status Report

FreeBSD Q1 2020 Status Report

The FreeBSD Team released their 1st quarter status report for 2020. This report contains projects and initiatives from the FreeBSD Foundation, FreeBSD Core Team, Release Engineering Team, Cluster Administration Team, Continuous Integration, Ports Collection, and...

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BSD Now Episode 348: BSD Community Collections

BSD Now Episode 348: BSD Community Collections

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling discuss FuryBSD 2020Q2, technical reasons for FreeBSD over GNU/Linux, Ars Technica GhostBSD review, "TLS Mastery" sponsorships, BSD community collections, tales of OpenBSD secure memory allocator,...

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FreeBSD Project @ Google Summer of Code

FreeBSD Project @ Google Summer of Code

The FreeBSD Project gears up for another Google Summer of Code, an annual global program designed to bring students around the world to develop for open-source projects. Prominent FreeBSD developers are mentoring students to develop for NetFPGA, Network Configuration...

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BSD Now Episode 347: New Directions

BSD Now Episode 347: New Directions

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict Reuschling and Allan Jude discuss OpenBSD security rethinking, FreeBSD Q1 2020 status report, progress and user interfaces, Thomas E Dickey and NetBSD curses, Unix more Plan9-like, FreeBSD review not-actually Linux distro, and...

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FreeBSD Office Hours – April 2020

FreeBSD Office Hours – April 2020

If you missed out on the Office Hours that FreeBSD has hosted last month, you can watch the reruns below. Long time contributor Allan Jude takes the helm along with FreeBSD developers and they answer various questions regarding pools, ports, ZFS, conferences, and so...

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BSD Now Episode 346: Core File Tales

BSD Now Episode 346: Core File Tales

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling discuss tales of a core file, OpenBSD and Lenovo X260 BIOS update, Unix iowait and multi-CPU machines, FreeBSD jails and Hugo workflow, NetBSD-7 branch support, tales of two hypervisor bugs, and more....

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