Released: GhostBSD 1.0 (AMD64)

GhostBSD 1.0 (AMD64) has been released. It i's based on FreeBSD-8-amd64-stable and runs Gnome 2.28.2. I've not tried it yet. Has anyone else? What do you think? Links www.ghostbsd.org |...

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Released: FreeNAS 0.7.1 (Shere)

Released: FreeNAS 0.7.1 (Shere)

FreeNAS 0.7.1 (Shere) was released today. This version is a maintenance release of FreeNAS 0.7 and it improves the functions and the translations of WebGUI. It also introduces a few new features such as AIO (asynchronous I/O) support in CIFS/SMB - Samba ATAPI CAM with...

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FreeBSD Tech Talk @ Google

FreeBSD developer Luigi Rizzo from the University of Pisa gave a talk at Google last week about some of his work on link emulation and packet scheduling (via) Here's the video of the presentation: New Developments in Link Emulation and Packet Scheduling in FreeBSD,...

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BSD Magazine (April 2010): Hosting BSD

BSD Magazine (April 2010): Hosting BSD

The BSD Magazine editors have come out with a new issue of this free PDF magazine: Hosting BSD The Table of Contents is as follows: Modern FreeBSD Install All these years sysinstall(8) was helping us to install FreeBSD with most needed options. X11 without dbus/hald...

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FreeBSD supported branches update

The branches supported by the FreeBSD Security Officer have been updated to reflect the EoL (end-of-life) of FreeBSD 6.3. Users of FreeBSD 6.3 are advised to upgrade promptly to a newer release, either by downloading an updated source tree and building updates...

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FreeBSD related appointments

Erwin Lansing has joined the FreeBSD Foundation board of Directors (announcement) The FreeBSD Foundation is pleased to announce that Erwin Lansing has joined the Board of Directors. For those of you who haven't met Erwin, here is his bio: Erwin previously worked for...

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AsiaBSDCon 2010 Videos

Some AsiaBSDCon 2010 videos are available on ustream.com Hardware Performance Monitoring Counters on non-X86 Architectures (George V.Nevile-Neil) BSD in the routing industry (Massimiliano Stucchi) Keynote: Cosing the DNS Security Loopwith DNSSEC (Peter Losher)...

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iXsystems grows QAT

Josh Paetzel, Director of IT at iXsystems is looking for your input about FreeBSD's Quality Assurance Tinderbox (QAT). [ .. ] For some time now iXsystems has been hosting a small part of the FreeBSD ports infrastructure called QAT, the Quality Assurance Tinderbox. QAT...

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Moving on from Debian to FreeBSD

Steven Rosenberg has written up his experience with installing, tweaking and running FreeBSD 8.0: Dru Lavigne made me do it: I killed Debian, installed an unbootable Ubuntu, now I'm running FreeBSD 8.0 with GNOME I was listening to Dru Lavigne's talk on BSD for Linux...

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New Nvidia AMD64 Beta drivers

New Nvidia AMD64 Beta drivers

Nvidia has made new Beta drivers available for FreeBSD AMD64: "I am pleased to announce the release of updated NVIDIA FreeBSD beta graphics drivers that take advantage of kernel features (feature requests) added in FreeBSD 7.3 and 8.0 that enable improved NVIDIA...

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Google’s Go programming language

Google’s Go programming language

Google's Go is now supported under FreeBSD (source) "Go, Google's programming language, has now been with us for four months. Ridiculed at first, then named Programming Language of the Year 2009 by TIOBE for its rapid climb up its language index, Go has continued on...

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FreeBSD Ports unstable for the next 10 days

Ion-Mihai Tetcu writes on the FreeBSD ports Mailinglist: As announced before, a few big commits, that touch some thousands ports are being done: png, curl, x11, gnome, kde4. The target ETA is 6-7 April. The first one was done, update of graphics/png (including a...

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PC-BSD 8-Stable testing snapshots

PC-BSD 8-Stable testing snapshots

Kris Moore announced bi-weekly snapshots for PC-BSD 8-Stable Our first PC-BSD 8-Stable snapshot is now ready for testing / inspection on i386 & amd64: In the upcoming months I'm going to try and get out a stable snapshot on a bi-weekly basis or so. This will let us do...

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Monitoring your HDD using SMART and Nagios

"Monitoring of your computer systems is a good idea. There are many tools that let you verify that specified services are running, and available for clients. I use Nagios. You can check that Apache is still running, Postfix is still accepting mail, and various other...

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Clonezilla Live adds UFS support

Developer Steven Shiau has announced the release of version 1.2.4-28 of Clonezilla Live. Clonezilla is an open source clone system with features similar to Symantec Ghost Corporate Ed and Partimage. In addition to translation updates and several bug fixes, the latest...

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Released: FreeBSD 7.3

FreeBSD 7.3, the latest update of the project's older, legacy series, has been released: "The FreeBSD Release Engineering team is pleased to announce the availability of FreeBSD 7.3-RELEASE. This is the fourth release from the 7-STABLE branch which improves on the...

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bsdevents.net – the end?

It was my aim to fill bsdevents.net with information regarding the main 4 BSD operating systems: FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD and DragonFlyBSD, and in particular: major releases, bsd conferences, interviews, release dates etc. Welcome to bsdevents.net where where you can...

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