BSDNow.TV Episode 110 – Firmware Fights

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Kris Moore interview Benno Rice (Isilon) about the difficulties of major forklift upgrades, and why -CURRENT is recommended for your business. In addition, they wrap up EuroBSDCon. Hit play below to tune in:...

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OPNsense 15.7.15 Released

OPNsense 15.7.15 Released

The developers of OPNsense have made available version 15.7.15. Download it here. Here are the full patch notes: health: added feature to browse RRD data in a modern way notable ports updates: strongswan 5.3.3 logs: added proxy server access log and updated the layout...

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BSDNow.TV Episode 110 – Impish BSD

The super hosts Allan Jude and Kris Moore interview Mr. Warner Losh (FreeBSD Project) regarding automatic kernel module loading, IO scheduling, and NanoBSD. Press the play button to tune in: For more BSD content -...

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Report your bugs!

A dedicated BSD user highlights the importance of reporting bugs, an important aspect of contributing to the open source projects as a user. Check out their blog here: http://www.textplain.net/blog/2015/reporting-bugs-and-the-bsd-community/ Thanks to DragonFlyDigest...

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FreeNAS 10.2-ALPHA

FreeNAS 10.2-ALPHA

Jordan Hubbard has announced the release of FreeNAS 10.2 ALPHA. Read the announcement before making any major updates your system. Original: http://lists.freenas.org/pipermail/freenas-announce/2015-October/000027.html We are very pleased to announce the first public...

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FACES OF FREEBSD: ALLAN JUDE

FACES OF FREEBSD: ALLAN JUDE

Have you heard of Allan Jude? Check out the FreeBSD Foundation's "Faces of FreeBSD" series, this one featuring a professional FreeBSD sysadmin who is known to host the BSDNow.TV episodes with Kris Moore, and most recently a ZFS webinar with Michael Lucas. Check out...

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pfSense 2.3 alpha available

pfSense 2.3 alpha available

The developers of pfSense have made available the alpha version of version 2.3. Notable changes are the Bootstrap, rewrite of the front end, and many more. Be aware that it is not suitable in a production system yet. Link: https://blog.pfsense.org/?p=1854

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pkg 1.6.0

Baptiste Daroussin (bapt at FreeBSD.org) has announced that pkg 1.6.0 should be out anytime soon. Stay tuned List of changes: https://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/freebsd-stable/2015-September/083392.html

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How-To: OpenVPN on FreeBSD 10.2

How-To: OpenVPN on FreeBSD 10.2

Thanks to user Arul, we can set up OpenVPN on FreeBSD 10.2 through this tutorial. OpenVPN is an open source application, based on OpenSSL, which allows secure encryption connects through a virtual private network   Full tutorial:...

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FreeBSD Developer & Vendor Summit Nov 2015

For those interested in attending the FreeBSD Developer and Vendor Summit, you can find the details in the link below. Non-committers and guest attendees will need to email gnn@freebsd.org.  The deadline to register is October 17, 2015. The summit will be held on...

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FreeBSD Foundation September 2015 Update

Deb Goodkin, Executive Director of the FreeBSD Foundation, has released their September 2015 newsletter update. Follow the link to read more on development updates, conference recaps, and fundraising goals. Dear FreeBSD Community Member, September not only brings the...

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BSDCam 2015 Trip Report: Mariusz Zaborski

BSDCam 2015 Trip Report: Mariusz Zaborski

FreeBSD committer Mariusz Zaborski highlighted his recent trip to BSDCam 2015, sponsored by the FreeBSD Foundation. The conference was held at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom. I'm a fresh FreeBSD committer who is very interested in security things. I...

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BSDNow.TV Episode 108: ServeUp BSD

In this BSD Now episode, sir Allan Jude and Kris Moore interview Andrew Pantyukhin. They discuss his contributions to the FreeBSD project, including the best usage of technology in the datacenter, config management, etc. Click play below to tune in: Official page:...

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How-To: htop on FreeBSD 10

How-To: htop on FreeBSD 10

Thanks to user ali rafie for this guide on how to get htop working on FreeBSD 10. htop is an interactive system-monitor process-viewer written for Linux. It is designed as an alternative to the Unix program top. It shows a frequently updated list of the processes...

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How-To: Jailing CentOS 6 in FreeBSD 10.2

How-To: Jailing CentOS 6 in FreeBSD 10.2

Thanks to the Engineering Walden, you can now get CentOS 6 set up in a FreeBSD 10.2 jail. Follow the link for the full tutorial. CentOS 6!  In a jail on the FreeBSD 10.2 kernel!  THAT’S EFFING AWESOME. I just got this up and running after some hours spent cobbling...

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Intel® System Studio 2016 for FreeBSD

Intel® System Studio 2016 for FreeBSD

You can view the release notes for Intel System Studio 2016 on FreeBSD here. Inside the release notes are instructions on how to install it as well. Thanks to Kittur Ganesh (Intel) for the update. Original post:...

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BSDNow.TV Episode 107: In their midst

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Kris Moore interview Aaron Poffenberger about his experience in bringing BSD's presence to Linux conferences. Show Notes & Download: http://bit.ly/bsd107 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWTW-Xtb8ms Visit their page...

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