Interview with Adrian Chadd on 802.11n in FreeBSD

Adrian Chadd is the current FreeBSD net80211/ath driver maintainer and developer. He's been working with a few others to get usable 802.11n support into FreeBSD. OSNews did an interview with Adrian and the following was discussed. What's the state of 801.11n on...

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pfSense 2.0.1, load balancing and pfSense Cookbook

pfSense 2.0.1, load balancing and pfSense Cookbook

  pfSense is a powerful, open source, free and FreeBSD based firewall and security solution. The follwoing are three links you may be interested in if you use or would like to use pfSense. pfSense 2.0.1 announcement Chris Buechler has announced the release of pfSense...

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GhostBSD 2.5 RC2 available for testing

The second release candidate (RC) for the upcoming GhostBSD 2.5, which is based on FreeBSD 9.0-RC2, is now available for download. Notable changes from RC1 include: added WiFi Network Manager for easier wireless connection configuration; additionally, the WiFi card is...

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PC-BSD 9.0-RC3 available

Following the release of FreeBSD 9.0-RC3, PC-BSD 9.0-RC3, a Unix-like, desktop-oriented operating system based on FreeBSD, is ready for testing. This release contains numerous bug fixes and enhancements, and can also be downloaded as VMware and VirtualBox images. Some...

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Website down – issues solved

Thank you all for your patience with the website issues over the last couple of hours. The database and theming issues are solved now, but I had to repost two posts that weren't backed up. Apologies for that. Thank you all who emailed me regarding this problem.

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Integrating LLVM into FreeBSD (video)

Integrating LLVM into FreeBSD (video)

Some of you may be aware of the LLVM Developer Meeting 2011 that took place in mid-November in San Jose, CA. FreeBSD developer and FreeBSD Foundation member Brooks Davis was present and talked about about the path of getting LLVM/Clang integrated into FreeBSD base as...

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FreeBSD 9.0-RC3 available

FreeBSD 9.0-RC3 is now available for download. It is expected that this will be the last of the the test builds, and final release builds will be begun in about a week's time. The third and what should be final Release Candidate build for the 9.0-RELEASE release cycle...

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Rolling Your Own Kernel (BSD Magazine 2011-12)

December's issue of the BSD Magazine is available: Rolling Your Own Kernel. Free Issue to Download! BSD 12/2011 Google Code-In and FreeBSD’s Participation Installing PC-BSD on a Mac Keeping Your Configuration Files Shiny as New Using sysmerge(8) Rolling Your Own...

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PC-BSD 9.0-RC2 now Available

As most of you will be aware, PC-BSD 9.0-RC2 became available about a week ago. There is an issue with upgrading from RC1 to RC2, but it's easily fixed. This is due to some changes in KDE which also affects the look and feel. So if you have the bandwidth, it's...

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FreeBSD 9.0-RC2 Available (Official)

FreeBSD 9.0-RC2 Available (Official)

It is now official: FreeBSD 9.0-RC2 is available for download. The second of the Release Candidate builds for the 9.0-RELEASE release cycle is now available. Since this is the first release of a brand new branch I cross-post the announcements on both -current and...

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Heads up: FreeBSD 9.0-RC2 seeding

There's no official announcement yet, but for the fearless and those that can't wait: FreeBSD 9.0-RC2 is being uploaded to the different, international mirrors. One of the places where you can grab your copy,...

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Writing FreeBSD kernel modules

Writing a FreeBSD kernel module. Many may think this is a difficult task, but if you know the basics of programming and have some knowledge of and experience with FreeBSD, it may not be as difficult as it sounds. Jared Barneck has put together an easy to follow guide...

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pfSense private cloud, and pfSense jobs

Ray has been testing and playing around with pfSense for a month, and has decided he's going to set up a private cloud: pfSense + 1 Public IP = Home Cloud. Now that I’ve ben running pfSense for a problem-free month it’s time to start using it for more than cool charts...

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Some thoughts on UNIX and testing Opera on FreeBSD

Some thoughts on UNIX and testing Opera on FreeBSD

Ruarí Ødegaard, who works for Opera, has put a post up with some of his thoughts on FreeBSD and Opera on FreeBSD: Some thoughts on UNIX and testing Opera on FreeBSD. So I was actually quite excited last week when the new FreeBSD 9 RC 1 was released. Unlike with new...

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