GhostBSD 3.5 RC3 (Levi) available for testing

Eric Turgeon has announced release candidate 3 for GhostBSD 3.5, a FreeBSD-based operating system that supports Xfce LXDE, MATE, and OpenBox desktop environments out of the box. There is still a problem with the Bxpkg Update Manager causing it to not work properly....

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BSDNow TV Episode 009: CURRENT Events (video)

The BSDNow team, consisting of Kris Moore and Allan Jude (and TJ in the background), have uploaded another weekly video onto bsdnow.tv. The show is dedicated to spreading the word about the BSD family of operating systems, and keeping those who are already aware up to...

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FreeBSD-10.0-BETA2 available for testing

Earlier this week Glen Barber announced the second BETA build for the FreeBSD-10.0 release cycle. The second BETA build of the 10.0-RELEASE release cycle is now available on the FTP servers for the amd64, i386, ia64, powerpc, powerpc64 and sparc64...

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BSDNow TV 008: A Brief Intorduction (video)

BSDNow TV 008: A Brief Intorduction (video)

The BSDNow team, consisting of Kris Moore, Allan Jude and TJ, have uploaded another weekly video onto bsdnow.tv. The show is dedicated to spreading the word about the BSD family of operating systems, and keeping those who are already aware up to date with the latest...

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Miscelaneous FreeBSD links and updates

In this post I have a mix of news snippets, links to howto’s, projects, resources and software/package updates. Just a round-up of those FreeBSD related links you may find interesting.   FreeBSD 11 - HEAD FreeBSD-Current is now 'FreeBSD 11'. FreeBSD 10 is stable this...

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GhostBSD 3.5 RC2 is now available

GhostBSD 3.5 RC2 is now available

Eric Turgeon has announced release candidate 2 for GhostBSD 3.5, a FreeBSD-based operating system that supports Xfce LXDE, MATE, and OpenBox desktop environments out of the box. Some of the highlights are: FreeBSD 9.2 RC4 has been updated to FreeBSD 9.2 REALEASE i386...

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bsdnow.tv Episode 007: Go Directly to Jail(8)

bsdnow.tv Episode 007: Go Directly to Jail(8)

The BSDNow team, consisting of Kris Moore, Allan Jude and TJ, have uploaded another weekly video onto bsdnow.tv The show is dedicated to spreading the word about the BSD family of operating systems, and keeping those who are already aware up to date with the latest...

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FreeBSD Status Report (2013-Q3)

FreeBSD Status Report (2013-Q3)

The FreeBSD Project has released its quarterly status report: July-September, 2013 Status Report with 30 entries. Who said FreeBSD is dying...? From the table of contents: FreeBSD Team Reports FreeBSD Core Team FreeBSD Port Management Team FreeBSD Postmaster Team...

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FreeBSD 10.0-BETA1 available

The first BETA build for the FreeBSD-10.0 release cycle is now available. Some of the changes between -ALPHA5 and -BETA1 include: Introduce freebsd-version(1), which is intended to be used as an auditing tool, to determine the userland patch level when it differs from...

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OpenZFS Office Hours with Matt Ahrens (video)

OpenZFS Office Hours with Matt Ahrens (video)

Recently some open source projects utilisingZFS started working together in order to make the code (more) consistent and inter-exchangeable between the projects and start working toward one code repository. The Open-ZFS project was created to this end. Matt Ahrens who...

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bsdnow.tv Episode 5: Stacks of Cache

bsdnow.tv Episode 5: Stacks of Cache

Kris Moore and Allan Jude have uploaded another weekly video onto bsdnow.tv. The show is dedicated to spreading the word about the BSD family of operating systems, and keeping those who are already aware up to date with the latest news and developments. Episode...

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FreeBSD 10.0-ALPHA5 Available

FreeBSD developers have created a 5th alpha version for testing purposes of the upcoming FreeBSD 10 version. Changes between -ALPHA4 and -ALPHA5 include: Removal of BIND from the base system; replacements may be found within the Ports Collection. Bug fix introduced...

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PC-BSD 9.2-RELEASE now available

PC-BSD 9.2-RELEASE now available

The PC-BSD development team have announced the availability of PC-BSD 9.2-RELEASE Some of te 9.2-RELEASE Highlights are Based on FreeBSD 9.2-RELEASE. Bootable ZFS Boot Environments: using GRUB2, any new ZFS boot-environments created via the “beadm” command will be...

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FreeBSD Family Code Commits – Week 40

FreeBSD Family Code Commits – Week 40

This is a weekly post linking to interesting updates, additions or changes in the FreeBSD code or in the code of the following FreeBSD-based flavours: PC-BSD, FreeNAS, GhostBSD, m0n0wall or pfSense. If I have missed out any updates that you are excited about, please...

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BSDnow TV episodes 3 & 4

Kris Moore and Allan Jude have uploaded 2 more weekly videos onto bsdnow.tv. Episode 3: MX with TTX pfSense 2.1-RELEASE New kernel based iSCSI stack comes to FreeBSD MTier creates openup utility for OpenBSD OpenSSH in FreeBSD -CURRENT supports DNSSEC Interview -...

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pfSense 2.1, pfSense Gold Subscription and ESF

pfSense 2.1, pfSense Gold Subscription and ESF

Chris Buechler has announced pfSense 2.1, a free, powerful, open source firewall and security solution. Don't be deceived by the .1 version number as it comes with a whole slew of new features. pfSense 2.1 is based on FreeBSD 8.3, comes with support for PC-BSD's PBI...

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