Docker comes to FreeBSD

Docker comes to FreeBSD

Docker containers have been very popular in recent years on Linux. Docker containers provide services which "wrap up a piece of software in a complete filesystem that contains everything it needs to run: code, runtime, system tools, system libraries – anything you can...

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osquery

osquery

This short tutorial by the folks at osquery will show you how to get its port set up for FreeBSD. osquery is an operating system instrumentation framework for OS X and Linux. The tools make low-level operating system analytics and monitoring both performant and...

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FreeBSD 10.1 as a desktop OS: Configuration

User KENNETH ENZ has uploaded this video on how to get your FreeBSD 10.1 set up as a desktop OS. Check out their channel for more FreeBSD tutorials. A few desktop configuration and software installation options are looked at as the FreeBSD system is set up as a work...

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Running a Web Server – BSD Magazine

Running a Web Server – BSD Magazine

The June 2015 edition of BSD Magazine is out. Follow the link below to download the PDF/EPUB free. http://bsdmag.org/download/3050/ Dear Readers, You are going to read the "Web Server Security" issue from BSD magazine. You will have the chance to learn how to run an...

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BSDNow.TV Episode 096: Lost Technology

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Kris Moore and Allan Jude interview Jun Ebihara regarding lesser-known CPU architectures found in NetBSD. They discuss the interesting things about these older machines. Press play below to tune in: Original:...

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How to add swap file in FreeBSD 10.1

How to add swap file in FreeBSD 10.1

This tutorial by user Rudraraj shows us how to get swap file added to FreeBSD 10.1. In this post, we will see how to add swap file in FreeBSD 10.1. A swap area comes in handy if you are running a system with low memory. However, It is strongly recommended that you add...

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OctoPkg – A GUI for pkg-ng

OctoPkg – A GUI for pkg-ng

The pkg-ng package manager has proven to be an effective and easy to use command-line package manager. It's quick, it has simple syntax and it handles package dependencies well, so what's not to like? Well, some people have suggested it would be nice if FreeBSD's...

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Intel® System Studio 2016 for FreeBSD* Beta

Intel® System Studio 2016 for FreeBSD* Beta

Intel has released the beta version of their C++ compiler for FreeBSD. Thanks to Kittur Ganesh (Intel) for informing us about this software. Intel® System Studio (ISS) 2016 for FreeBSD* Beta provides a comprehensive embedded tool suite solution for developing,...

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FreeBSD Support for Leap Seconds

FreeBSD Support for Leap Seconds

FreeBSD has recently announced a "fix" for the recent leap second added to the Earth's time. The following has been pulled from their official documentation. Original: https://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/articles/leap-seconds/article.html 1. Introduction A...

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pfSense 2.2.3-RELEASE Now Available!

pfSense 2.2.3-RELEASE Now Available!

The developers of pfSense have made available version 2.2.3-RELEASE. Also, if you missed the update -- they have converted the webGUI to Bootstrap. Original: https://blog.pfsense.org/?p=1810 pfSense® software version 2.2.3 release is now available, bringing a number...

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Yes, You Can Virtualize FreeNAS

Yes, You Can Virtualize FreeNAS

This article by Josh Paetzel informs users on implementing FreeNAS in a virtualized environment. Original: http://www.freenas.org/whats-new/2015/05/yes-you-can-virtualize-freenas.html FreeNAS is the world’s most popular open source storage OS, and one of the more...

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Install Sonarr on FreeBSD

Install Sonarr on FreeBSD

This short tutorial will show you how to get Sonarr set up on FreeBSD. Installing Sonarr on FreeBSD isn't hard, but does require several commands. If you aren't familiar with Unix or Linux, this guide should hopefully be enough to get you up and running. This guide...

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